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Fall Steinhatchee trip

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Went up to Steinhatchee to visit a good friend (Capt. Les with Hatch Snatch Charters) for a few days.  He moved up from South Florida to get away from the hustle and try his hand at guiding.  It was chilly but we found some quality fish...!

 

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11 hours ago, HoneyB said:

My guys want to or need to go mid March due to April schedules .. I’m hesitant about going that early . Thoughts anyone ?

 

If the winds don’t blow and you can plan a weekend with a springing tide, you might be ok. The trout like the moving water due to the higher tides (less than 3ft when springing). If you go to Suwannee and the winds are too bad to go out on the beachfront, you can always stay inside the Suwannee River and fish like you would here when fishing the Savannah River, Bradley Creek, McQueen’s, etc.

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