Sea Hag Marina
Steinhatchee    352-498-3008
This Week 11-10-16 at Sea Hag Marina
Casey Raulerson from Eatonton, GA, caught this 33" redfish near Yates Creek.
Toby and Kristin Griffis easily caught over their limit of both redfish and trout.
Madison Cook caught her first keeper trout on October 30th.
 29' 48.99 W 083' 36.51
Open Everyday from 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Except during hurricanes!
Redfishing has been really good.
James Dechow caught a bullet of a redfish on our first cold Saturday morning.
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Toby Griffis caught this fantastic spotted seatrout using Sweetwater in a 6 pack.
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Hunter Barnhouse caught this whoppingly big pinfish on the grass flats north of the river.

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Bill Coughlin caught a monster redfish on the grass flats.
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Guss Combass of Eatonton, GA, caught this 19" spotted seatrout near Yates Creek.
Kristin Griffis caught this flats grouper in 3 foot of water.
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Mulkey Construction and Scott Peters filled the board with trout, redfish, black seabass, and Spanish mackerel.

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Cindy (in the middle) had a fantastic time fishing with Doug and Steve Graham. This group caught redfish, trout, and flounder.
Mulkey Enterprises brought some of their employees to Steinhatchee and the Sea Hag for a couple of days of fishing and had a great time.
Kristen Griffis caught this fat trout on Saturday morning.
Scott Peters had a great day fishing with Tennessee Roofing & Construction.

Oil Painters of America host
PAINT OUT in Steinhatchee
Mary O. Smith found an awesome place to paint near Sea Hag Marina. To look at additional artwork of Mary O. who organized this event, please click:
Marilyn Antram from Jacksonville, FL, found a spot in the shade to make a masterpiece.
Sandi Shaw from Thomasville, GA, painted a spot along the Steinhatchee River.
Paul Ladnier from Jacksonville, FL, painted a lovely landscape near the Sea Hag.
Donald and his bunch toughed it out Monday in the rain and caught some really good fish.
Toby Griffis with another fine trout.
Kyle Skipper help raise $1100 for cystic fibrosis.
Redfish on a calm day.
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.
Kristin Griffis landed this beautiful redfish on Saturday morning.
Photo of the Week
November 9, 2016 

The Free Kids' Fishing Clinic was a huge success! Thank you to all who donated and/or volunteered.
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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.  
Rental Boats 

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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