Steinhatchee Fishing Charters

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Steinhatchee: 27 fishing charters available

Rocky Creek Charters
Rocky Creek Charters
 State licensed

Steinhatchee • 23 ft • 5 persons

Steinhatchee is famous for its prolific inshore waters, so why not come explore them alongside a captain who’s been fishing them for over 2 decades?

"Had an awesome day on the water with my 2 sons. My youngest fought and caught a good cobia." —⁠ Monty,
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trips fromUS $400
Salt Obsession Fishing Co.
Salt Obsession Fishing Co.
 State licensed

Steinhatchee • 20 ft • 4 persons

Welcome to the town of Steinhatchee and discover the fishing potential of their local flats and general area.

"Ray and I had a great time fishing with Isaac Leon. Isaac was knowledgeable, professional and helpful!" —⁠ Beth,
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trips fromUS $400
Saltwater Hitman Fishing Charter Steinhatchee
Saltwater Hitman Fishing Charter Steinhatchee
 State licensed

Steinhatchee • 24 ft • 6 persons

Hoping to catch some fish in Steinhatchee? Saltwater Hitman Fishing Charter Steinhatchee is here to make it happen!

"Bad weather night before , caught some fish but the limit because of it ." —⁠ Michael,
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trips fromUS $350
Silver Fish Inshore Charters and Lodging
Silver Fish Inshore Charters and Lodging
 State licensed

Steinhatchee • 27 ft • 6 persons

Welcome to Silver Fish Inshore Charters. Captain Stephen Washington has one goal in mind each day and that is to create memories for his guest by getting them fish and smiles.

"Captain Stephen was kind, attentive and entertaining. Even though water temps were high and the fish were not biting well, he still put us on a couple schools of reds and we landed one really nice trout." —⁠ William, GA
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trips fromUS $400
Good Time Charters
Good Time Charters
 Federally permitted

Steinhatchee • 35 ft • 6 persons

Good Time Charters is here to provide a fun and memorable day for the whole family!

"We had an amazing time with Good Time Charters! Captain Fain had us on fish right away!" —⁠ Trenton,
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trips fromUS $350
Breaking Nets Fishing Adventures Steinhatchee
Breaking Nets Fishing Adventures Steinhatchee
 State licensed

Steinhatchee • 18 ft • 4 persons

Book your next trip with Breaking Nets Fishing Adventures and find out what you’re missing in Steinhatchee.
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trips fromUS $250
Southern Fried Charters – Steinhatchee
Southern Fried Charters – Steinhatchee
 State licensed

Steinhatchee • 20 ft • 5 persons

If you're ready to start fishing in Steinhatchee, look no further than Southern Fried Charters.

"We had such a great time scalloping in Steinhatchee. It was a great morning out with family and the kids absolutely loved it." —⁠ Cassidy, Florida
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trips fromUS $375
Grass Flats Charters
Grass Flats Charters

Steinhatchee • 24 ft • 6 persons

If you’re going to cast a line in Steinhatchee, look no further than Grass Flats Charters.

"The morning started kind of slow but Capt. Conner was able to get us on fish throughout the morning." —⁠ Robert,
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trips fromUS $425
Walkin’ On Water Fishing Charters – Scallops
Walkin’ On Water Fishing Charters – Scallops

Steinhatchee • 21 ft • 6 persons

Excited to go scalloping in Steinhatchee? Walkin’ On Water Fishing Charters is your ticket!
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trips fromUS $450
Lfg Fishing Charters
Lfg Fishing Charters
 State licensed

Steinhatchee • 22 ft • 6 persons

Enjoy your day with fishing with family and friends. Enjoy the beautiful gulf coast waters.
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trips fromUS $450
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Fishing in Steinhatchee

Comfortably nestled in the heart of Florida’s Big Bend, you’ll find a small town called Steinhatchee that has gorgeous views, friendly people, and extraordinary angling options. Steinhatchee fishing charters provide anglers and outdoor enthusiasts looking to explore the waters of this rich fishery a great chance to do so.

Inshore, the plentiful flats serve as the perfect hideout for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Spanish Mackerel, and more. For all those fishers who prefer to prowl offshore grounds for fishing action, Steinhatchee’s got King Mackerel, Cobia, Amberjack, and Black Seabass. You can also head further out to explore Steinhatchee’s artificial reefs for Snapper and Grouper, as well as Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel, and Bluefish.

If you’re in a time-crunch, Steinhatchee has you covered. On half day trips, you’ll be able to test what’s biting while relaxing in the sun. If you’re looking to try your hand at trolling the Deadman Bay, having a few extra hours will help get more shots at your target. If you’d also like to add a visit to the offshore wrecks to your adventure, it’s best to plan on booking a full day.

Steinhatchee is a relatively small community, so finding a local charter shouldn’t be too hard. All along the Steinhatchee River, there are marinas and boat ramps where you can look for a captain or a guide that’s perfect for your adventure. From here, you’ll be only minutes away from the productive fishing grounds of Deadman Bay, maximizing your fishing time on the trip.
 

Rules & Regulations

Like anywhere in Florida, you don’t have to worry about getting a fishing license if you’re going saltwater fishing with a registered charter operation. However, if you plan to do some freshwater Steinhatchee fishing, you will require a recreational freshwater fishing license.

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Steinhatchee Fishing Seasons

January

This month’s cold weather makes the fish moody and a bit lazy. Trout fishing is good, and this is a great time for chasing Grouper and Flounder. Use smaller bait, and drop your line deeper for better chances of an excellent catch.

February

The beginning of February might be rough, but towards the end of the month the pace picks up. The Fiddler Crab Festival is coming up in mid-February, and the Redfish, Trout, and Flounder action is very good.

 
March
The weather is getting hotter, and so is the bite. You have a great chance to snatch Gator Trout in the flats on plugs, and Sheepshead fishing is excellent as the water gets warmer.
April
Several tournaments are happening this month, and fishing conditions are getting better every day. Redfish are still in the flats and around sandbars, the Trout bite is strong, and offshore you can target King and Spanish Mackerel.
May

Come in May with your family to experience superb Steinhatchee fishing. Stalk structures for Flounder, seagrass beds for Trout, and don’t miss out on the great Spanish Mackerel bite typical for this time of year.

June

So much is going on in June – Scallop season is finally open, and so is the time to go after Red Snapper and Gag Grouper. Don’t miss the Nauty Girls Tournament, where lady anglers get to show off their skills.

July
Offshore fishing is strong in July – and you can expect a healthy amount of Red Snapper, Gag Grouper, and Kingfish. Scalloping is still on, though you might have to go a bit further to find that perfect spot.
August
Stay inshore and go after Redfish, Trout, as well as an occasional huge Cobia and Amberjack toward the Deadman’s Bay, or head out further offshore to hook Gag Grouper, King Mackerel, and more.
September
As autumn comes to town, move to deeper waters to go after Speckled and Sand Trout. Make the most of scalloping while it’s still in season, and if you’re looking to go offshore, Grouper and Amberjack await.
October
This is a good month to reel in anything from sizeable Redfish and Speckled Trout to massive Black Drum inshore, as well as Black Seabass, and maybe even a Houndfish here and there. Offshore, Amberjack can get colossal.
November
A cold front is closing in, which means you will have to adapt your strategy to get that fish on your hook. Use topwater plugs, jigs, and lures to target anything from Redfish and Speckled Trout to Ladyfish, Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, and more.
December
You never know what to expect on the water during the winter months, but with a bit of preparation and fair weather, you can look forward to Flounder, impressive-sized Redfish, and Speckled Trout.

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