Welcome to our Cedar Key, FL Fishing Home Page

Cedar Key is located on Way Key, which is the largest island in the Cedar Keys.  This area has over 100 islands which make up the Cedar Keys.  Cedar Key is a great place to get away from your busy work schedules.  This small town island community is all about relaxing and enjoying the outdoors.

If you like inshore fishing, Cedar Key is an excellent destination for you.  There are so many inshore areas to fish with all of the islands.  The offshore fishing is also very good for a variety of fish and anglers can fish from the fishing pier as well.


Inshore Fishing


This area is home to so much shallow water, it’s like basically having a monster flat with a maze of islands and bays that will keep you busy for as long as you have the time to fish.   Moving water is key for most species of fish and the slack tide usually provides the worst fishing conditions for most fish.  Redfish and sea trout are the primary species targeted here, but there are other fish you can catch here too.


Nearshore Fishing


Cedar Key does have several charters available that will go fish offshore here.  Run out to the offshore waters to target many different fish such as grouper, snapper, cobia, king mackerel, permit, amberjack, mahi mahi, tuna, barracuda and other fish too.  Depending on the time of year will dictate what species are in the offshore waters in this area.


Deep Sea / Offshore Fishing


The Cedar Key Fishing Pier gives anglers an opportunity to do some pier fishing in the Cedar Key area. Anglers usually target redfish, sea trout and many other species of fish can be caught from the pier. This isn’t a beach destination so you won’t be able to roam the beaches here and fish the miles of the surf like other destinations in Florida. However, the pier may be all you need if you are just looking to do some shore fishing while on a trip here.