Sea Hag Marina
Steinhatchee    352-498-3008
This Week 10-27-16 at Sea Hag Marina

Ryan Whittingham's son was stoked to catch the 2nd redfish of the day!
Derek Simpson had a double hook up on catch and release gag grouper.
Debra Colwell spent the day reeling in Spannish mackerel.

 29' 48.99 W 083' 36.51
Open Everyday from 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Except during hurricanes!

Ira Carter Mason Fishing Tournament on October 15, 2016 had a great turn out. Shown here is Jay Dee, Brent Woodard, and Whitney Hines with their winning fish. 
Daniel Colwell from Murphy, NC, caught this fine little tunny.
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Sea Hag's Derek Snyder took time out to fish with his grandfather, Ron Moreland.
They caught a boat load of trout and redfish over multiple days.

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Daniel Colwell from Murphy, NC, had a large shark straighten his hook.

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Debra Colwell from Blairsville, GA, caught and released this redfish.
Toby Griffis caught this pompano during the Ira Carter Mason Fishing Tournament on October 15th. He also won some prize money with his trout and redfish!
Sea Hag's hardest little worker was picking out the big ones for "the hag". Stone Crab Season opned October 15th. Get you some today!
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Nico Deese and his friend had a good day on the water landing these redfish.
They also caught these fish as well.
Jason Boan landed this giant flounder 22 miles offshore.
Sunrise on the Steinhatchee River.
This energenic youngster had a great time catching fish the entire day aboard the "Catchin' Zzzzzs".
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Father-daughter combo had this redfish double hookup (Jim and Morgan Carnes) by sight casting in 18 inches of crystal clear water north of the Steinhatchee River.
Steve Rassel had a great day catching trout and redfish with the Ernest Concrete Group.
Tim Colwell from Blairsville, Georgia, caught and released this nice redfish.
Sea Hag Marina had a visit from Coast Guard Vise, a 143' rigs who was seeking shelter from the wind, while fixing the Steinhatchee River channel markers.
Ben Bailey, Carlos Yu, Brian Soukup, Sean Mcauley, John Hear, Bryan Blair, Aaron Gresham, and Mike Duttenhaver filled the Sea Hag board with spotted seatrout while fishing with charter captains.
More than 170 showed up for the Gheenoe Rally
held October 21st and 22nd
47 boats lined up in hope to win the "Best in Show" during the Gheenoe Rally.
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Fun was had by all at the Gheenoe Rally (except that guy that tore up is motor when he went too far upriver).
Ryan Whittingham's son caught his first ever keeper fish. His dad had an awesome time watching him fight this little trout!
Looking down the Steinhatchee River.
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.
Mack Thomas and Taylor Thomas caught these large redfish using Pink Shine Gulp.
"Mama Hag", Danita Deacon, enjoyed a day visiting Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado.
Ryan Whittingham and son landed a nice redfish.
Spanish mackerel have been hanging out at Nine Mile Bank. Use shiny silver lures such as a Johnson or Clark Spoon or a rig with tinsel specifically designed for these mackerel.
Photo of the Week
October 27, 2016 
Mack Thomas and his daughter, Taylor,  had a fantastic day out on the water.
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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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