Sea Hag Marina
Steinhatchee   352-498-3008
SEA HAG Keaton Beach Marina   
This Week 10-14-2015 at Sea Hag Marina
Ken Harbour from Alachua landed this sweet rredfish while fishing with friends, Toby and Kisten Griffis.
Samuel Speir caught this 23 inch Gator trout!
Pompanooooooyeah!  Nico Deese shows off a nice pampano!
Taylor Hardee picked up a few redfish while fishing 
out of Keaton Beach.
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 N 29' 48.99 W 083' 36.51
Open Everyday from 6:30 am - 6:00 pm
Fishing Nuts & Bolts Fish'N'Fest and having fun are Al Amelly from Beaufort, SC, Ovid Ivey from Mississippi, and John Wooten from Wisconsin.

NFGFC Tournament Pictures:

Here is a picture of some of winning fish from the NFGFC Tournament October 3, 2015.

Keelhaul Shack
With a maximum capacity of 15 people, this house boasts four bedrooms, two baths and a sizable kitchen for frying up your fresh catch! Relax on the screened-in porch and tell your best fishing stories. Call us today before slots fill up!
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Rick Speir procured this redfish fishing the flats off Steinhatchee.

Micah Speir and Steve Rassel racked up when Micah landed this 26 and 3/4 inch redfish!
Clay Hoyt got a hold of some redfish fishing with the Speir Heat & Air crew.
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1988 150hp Mercury Mariner 2.0 LT

Offshore Rebuilt in 2014.
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Used Garmin: GPSMAP-441s
Price: $199.99
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Laura is all smiles after getting hold of 
this fine redfish.
Trout Chowder
Try this delicious recipe for your freshly-caught fish!
Lance Mills also landed a beautiful redfish.
Branden McMahnon caught this redfish along the shoreline.

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 The New
S/W Paddle Tail Baby Bass Stinky Fingers have been doing great with trout and redfish!
Beth Harper is holding up a legal size trout she reeled in!
Cynthia Caucci shows off a nice redfish.
Check out our NEW weatherproof, redfish iphone cases!
Grant Wilson got a hold of some really large size trout and redfish.
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Mark and Scott caught these two nice redfish on popping cork B-52 and jig heads!
Mike Farmer caught his limit of redfish while hanging with the Nuts & Bolts Crew.
Toby Griffis snagged this cobia while fishing the flats.
Throwback! Randy Hewitt is holding up a HUGE a king mackerel he caught October 7th of 2012!
Two redfish at a time by Brent Dinatelo.
New Buckeye Artificial Reefs Coordinates 
by: Geoff Wallat, UF / Taylor County Marine 
and Natural Resources Agent 

During this past summer and fall, Taylor County deployed 2 new artificial reefs on the permitted Buckeye Reef site. This site is approximately 26 nautical miles off Keaton Beach. The first reef deployment consisted of 120 constructed concrete cubes. The cubes were placed in patches of 4 cubes per patch, for a total of 30 patch reefs. The center coordinates for this deployment are 29o 38.879 North, and 83o 54.767 West. The additional patch reefs were spaced at approximately 200 feet between each patch, in a cross pattern. The cubes extend out North and South, and East and West from the center coordinates. The second deployment consisted of concrete culvert pipe and concrete material, donated by the local Florida Department of Transportation. Total weight of this deployment was 75 tons. The coordinates for this reef is 29o 38.441 North, and 83o 54.748 West. Taylor County Reef and Research Team member Jody Courtney and Geoff Wallat oversaw the deployment of the reef materials. Here is the deployment:
Artificial reef systems have shown to have positive impacts on natural fish populations by providing additional habitat for marine life. The artificial reefs support new reef communities of marine life, which serves to promote the conservation and management of several recreationally important fish species such as gag grouper and red snapper. The artificial reefs also provide increased angling and diving opportunities, which have positive economic impacts for local businesses in Taylor County.
Wooty and Troy Charles landed the largest redfish they have ever seen on the Steinhatchee flats!
Tom Pearson of Gainesville, FL, corralled these redfish, trout, and flounder fishing with Rick Davidson.
October is Breast Cancer awareness month and Steinhatchee is hosting the 3rd Annual Jogging for Jugs 5K walk/run. Includes the Pink Pancake breakfast!  Last year there was over 100 registered
walkers and many children. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society! Sign up with the registration form by clicking here!
Mike Farmer is interviewed while fishing the 
Fish'N'Fest put on by Nuts & Bolts.
Here are some other pictures taken during
Nuts & Bolts Fish'N'Fest:
Ovid Ivey from Mississippi shows off a multi-spotted redfish!
Rick Davidson brought in this nice size redfish.
Wondering where and what the fish are biting? Come in and check out our "What's Hot Board" for each month!
Gene Frazier and Tommy Ballard's crew had a great offshore trip bringing in gag grouper, Florida snapper, hogfish, flounder, and scamp grouper.
Another throwback of Adam and Sam Jackanicz with a nice trout caught last October!

New redfish t-shirt arrivals! Comes in long and short sleeve!
Get them while they last!
Tom is holding up a big ole' redfish he caught last weekend!
Randall Dasher enjoyed landing this gag grouper.
Newly added to our selection of lures is the 
Mirrolure C36MR! Give it a try!
Larry Pfannkuche grabbed this redfish while working the shoreline grass.
The Harbour family of Alachua, Ken, Heather, Cole and Cameron, had a fantastic day on the water and landed some really nice fish!
Adam Brewer is smiling over this beautiful redfish!
Justin Yandle from Gainesville, FL, landed this 25 inch redfish.
Phil Mullis attained a nice bluefish.
Cynthia Caucci happily displays her and her husband's limit of redfish.
Lester Skinner made a new friend with a homing pigeon who never found his way home. That bird must just love the Sea Hag Marina!
Photos of the Week
October 14, 2015  
Mark and Paul caught all these trout and redfish on popping cork B-52 and jig heads!

The Speir Heating and Air crew show off an awesome day on the water fishing with captains out of Sea Hag Marina Steinhatchee.

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Roll into fall with our newest selection of Gulp! that is sure to hook you up on trout and redfish!

Come in and check out our rig information board!




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 Roomy and comfortable 24' Sea Hag fishing vessels powered by fuel efficient 90 HP Mercury Outboards. Equipped with a Garmin GPS/Depth finder, VHF radio and Bimini Top for shade. Full day rental $199.00 plus tax and fuel.   


Rental Boats 

Our newly renovated Scallywag Shack. 6 Bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. Granite counter tops, ceramic tile flooring, 4 bedrooms 2 bath downstairs with outside hot water shower, 1/2 bath in the laundry. Upstairs has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, full kitchen and living area and a large covered and screened deck. Sleeps maximum of 15.  Great for groups, meetings or events!  Click here for more details.