Kings? Spanish?

Wondering if any are still being caught out of Suwannee/Cedar Key or have they moved down. Have a short window Friday with the tides out of Suwannee to get back in so figured I would target the fast fish if they are still around since I cannot run too far offshore or stay too long.

Thanks! Happy and safe Thanksgiving to all.

CT

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  • gatorsaintgatorsaint Posts: 175 Deckhand
    I haven't heard any reports of Spanish or Kings being caught lately. I'm going to Suwannee Friday to fish the creeks for reds, trout and drum. I thought about running to Spotty Bottom, but decided to stay in the creeks.
  • Kids Ate My BaitKids Ate My Bait Posts: 1,038 Officer
    I think it may be too cold now...but that's an uneducated guess
    Don't blink - they grow up fast

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  • troutman57troutman57 Posts: 3,691 Captain
    They usually exit to southern waters as the temps reach the mid 60's....they do seem to show up out of nowhere when we get a few warm days in a row but nothing I would bet on.
    This place Rocks if yer a crabber
  • The BusinessThe Business Posts: 154 Deckhand
    They'll be some big ones offshore thru the winter, but i would imagine the chances of catching one inshore is pretty slim until Spring.
  • red010480red010480 Posts: 304 Deckhand
    You would have to work hard.. You would have to find warmer water off shore at least 65-68 degrees. Good luck
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