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Fishing the Sunshine State’s “first key” – Cedar Key, Florida

Jimmy JacobsAtlanta Saltwater Fishing Examiner – interviews Captain Jim Keith about catching reds and trout in Cedar Key, Florida. Read the article: Fishing the Sunshine State’s “first key” – Cedar Key, Florida

Coastal Angler Magazine

by Captain Jimbo Keith

Saltwater Angler’s Guides

Captain Jimbo writes a regular column about fishing in Cedar Key.

Florida Game and Fish Magazine

by Captain Jimmy Keith

  • June 2007 | Waccassassa Bay RedFish
  • July 2005 | The Sun Coast Mackerel Run
  • March 2005 | North Florida’s March Bassin’
  • January 2005 | Winter Sea Trout
  • May 2002 | Florida’s Top Seatrout Prospects
  • August 2002 | Two ways for North Florida SeaTrout
  • October 2003 | Two Coast Redfish: Cedar Key & St. Augustine
  • January 2003 | Winter Large Mouths in the Sunshine State
  • August 2003 | Panhandling For Summer Trout

 by Captain Jimbo Keith

  • May 2005 | Sunshine State Trout Hotspots
  • March 2012 | Florida’s Best Spring Bassin’
  • June 2012 | Sampling The Florida Brine

Check out this great Redfish!

Shallow Water Angler Magazine

by Captain Jimmy Keith

  • Spring 2004 | Second Chance Trout
  • Fall 2004 | Bob and Jig

by Captain Jimbo Keith

  • June/July 2008 |  A Whale of A’Tail

Florida Sportsman Magazine

by Captain Jimmy Keith

  • October 2007 | Seeing Red at Cedar Key
  • May 2001 | The Lure of Cedar Key
  • August 2001 | New Look for Rousseau
  • March 2002 | Lake Rousseau ‘s Weedless Bass
  • January 2003 | Winter Large Mouths in the Sunshine State
  • March 2003 | Minners are Winners
  • February 2004 | Crank Up for Reds!
  • April 2004 | Big Bend Dream
  • May 2004 | The Ins and Outs of Big Bend Trout

 by Captain Jimbo Keith

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