Sea Hag Marina
Steinhatchee   352-498-3008
SEA HAG Keaton Beach Marina   
This Week 10-21-2015 at Sea Hag Marina
Charlie Walters caught his limit of redfish while fishing out of Steinhatchee!
Sick of towing your boat on your trailer every fishing trip? Store it with us!
 N 29' 48.99 W 083' 36.51
Open Everyday from 6:30 am - 6:00 pm

Kristin Griffis landed this sweeeeet trout while fishing off Steinhatchee this last weekend.
The Pink Octopus
 This 4 bedroom 2 bath house sleeps up to eleven people. The house is equipped with a washer and dryer, new kitchen appliances and multiple flat screen TVs to make your stay a breeze. It also has a large screened-in porch and a fire pit for fresh s'mores and spooky stories! Call us today before slots fill up! (Click for more info)
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Have you got fishing or boating items you 
want to sell? List them in the 
1988 150hp Mercury Mariner 2.0 LT
Offshore Rebuilt in 2014.
Runs great! Starting at $2,900.00
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Used Garmin: GPSMAP-441s
Price: $199.99
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Joel, Joey, and Gary from J&J Heating and Air out of Warner Robins, GA, had a great day on a charter 
out of Sea Hag Marina Steinhatchee.
Try this delicious trout recipe for your freshly-caught fish!
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 The New

Check out our NEW weatherproof, redfish iphone cases!
Wondering where and what the fish are biting? Come in and check out our "What's Hot Board" for each month!
Connie Ledbetter from Valdosta, GA, caught a juvenile gag grouper while fishing inshore out of Keaton Beach!
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Brady Shaw caught this nice redfish out of Keaton Beach!
Corey Horner is holding up two gator trout he reeled in while fishing the creeks.
Luke Matthews is showing off a huge trout he caught fishing out of Steinhatchee Sunday!
Brett Molzen limited out on trout and brought back a couple redfish and flounder as well!
Charles and Deborah Edwards used pinfish to catch these 
trout off Keaton Beach.
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.
The 3rd Annual Jogging for Jugs 5K walk/run was a huge turnout! Over 100 signed up and supported the American Cancer Society!
Luke Matthews and Corey Horner, from Gainesville, FL, also caught their limits in trout!
John Wooten from Minnesota, made friends with our homing pigeon! Help us give him a name!

Newly added to our selection of lures is the 
Mirrolure C36MR! Give it a try!
Captain Scott Peters donated a half day fishing trip to a charity and thus the Michael Lynn Construction crew
had a great morning on the water.
The Griffis crew caught a wide variety of fish this last weekend. The Spanish mackerel have been schooling up the bait pods. Also in the sink to be cleaned are black seabass, redfish, and trout.

Photo of the Week
October 21, 2015  

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This month is dedicated to breast cancer awareness! Below is our selection of pink Gulp! and fishing supplies that is sure to hook you up on trout and redfish and show your off 
your support of the cause!




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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.