Sea Hag Marina
SEA HAG MARINA 
Steinhatchee    352-498-3008
This Week 12-7-16 at Sea Hag Marina
Maddy Fletcher landed a whopper of a redfish using a Mirrolure 17MR18BG lure.
First timers, George and Patty Jones from Goffstown, New Hampshire, caught a big one off the dock within  minutes of settling in to the Sea Hag. "We have heard about this place for years and it is even better than we expected!  What a find."
Sea Hag's Brett Molzen assists George Jones with getting his fish cleaned and says, "Just take it up the road a half-mile to the restaurant and they'll cook it for you." PS. George's wife, Patty, thinks she may have very well have just checked into heaven here at the Sea Hag....
Claudia Sauls knows how to catch a redfish or two. I'm pretty sure she brings Steve along just to drive the boat!
 29' 48.99 W 083' 36.51
Open Everyday from 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Except during hurricanes!
Claudia's fishing buddy, Steve Bradford.
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Dillion Swager with a 27 inch redfish and 22 inch trout.
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Justin Tell is telling no lie. Caught this spotted seatrout on a fishing pole.
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Marcus Owen lands this flat flounder on a day with flat seas.
Sea Hag's Brett Molzen and Maddy Fletcher had a double hook-up of redfish.
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Grant Wilson scored this fine redfish
using a Slayer Sinister Swim Tail 3-1/2" Houdini color.
Charlie Walters living the life and landing this nice redfish.
Mike Winstead from Atlanta, GA, scored this perfect size kingfish.
Steve Graham caught this spectacular trout from his airboat.
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Claudia Sauls with a cold weather redfish.
Flat water trout.
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Dillon Swager landed this nice trout using Sea Hag Marina live shrimp.
Claudia Sauls with a nice afternoon redfish.
The Toyota crew from Gainesvile, Florida, had a fantastic inshore charter out of Sea Hag Marina.

Austin and Aiden Phillips got a limit of redfish.
Curtis Cribbs caught this 38 inch 30lb overslot caught on Berkley Gulp! South of the Steinhatchee River! He and his wife, Mrs. Jackie, are from Tifton, GA! They love coming to Sea Hag to go fish every time they get a chance!
Glen Gulledge's group from Headland, AL, caught redfish, pompano, trout, and flounder on a charter trip out of Sea Hag Marina.
Nicolas Mcnamara from Canton, GA, landed this nice kingfish while fishing with his dad.
SPOTLIGHT 
on Shack #1 the Sardine
#1 Sardine's living area.
#1 Sardine has 2 bedrooms, one with king bed and the other has a queen and a twin bed.
Billy and Sheila Rees with their friend Bill Griffith filled the board with redfish, trout, mullet and a sheepshead.
Alex Owens landed this flounder using a Berkley Gulp 5" GSJS5-CPN Jerk Bait and a 1/4oz jighead.
Lane and Steve Graham with a sweet redfish.
The United Rentals group had a great charter out of Sea Hag Marina.
"Great day with my dad fishing! Caught redfish, trout, and a flounder." -Robin Phillips
Steve Bradford with a cold-weather redfish .
Charlie Walters brought in this dinner size redfish.
Grant Wilson caught this trout using a Slayer Sinister Swimtail.
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Steve Graham, Cindy,  and Lane had a great day of fishing in Deadman's Bay.
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Here are some of the winners from the Steinhatchee Boat Parade held December 3, 2016.

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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 ($249.00 during scallop season) plus tax and fuel.  
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ABOVE Our largest unit the, Scallywag Shack, is 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!  
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BELOW Our smallest unit is the little pink Shrimp. This tiny shack was built in 1937 and still has jalousie windows. It has a bedroom with two twin beds and a full bed in the main living area. The bathroom is tiny too (see picture below). Amenities includes a coffee maker. Sleeps 4.
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