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Shell Island February 2014 Update

Hey fellow fisherman, Hope this little note finds you warm and dry.  This winter has been one of the wettest and coldest I have ever seen.  All this rain and cold has not helped the fishing or business.  But on a brighter note , hardy fisherman have taken some trout in the St. Marks and sheephead in both the Wakulla …

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Saltwater Fishing from the Shores of Wakulla County

Springtime and summer are the best times to fish for both families and novices.  Once the water temperature reaches 68 to 70 degrees flats fishing starts.  Trout is our most popular target fish and they move onto the shallow flats along the shores.  Drifting over these grass beds with a gulp or live shrimp on a 1/16 ounce jig head …

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Welcome

Welcome to Shell Island Fish Camp, a family owned and operated piece of old Florida located in the quaint fishing village of St. Marks, Florida. The camp overlooks the pristine Wakulla River, which features a well-marked, easy to run channel. Just 18 miles south of Tallahassee on State Road 363, Shell Island has been in Hobbs/Bevis family since 1962.

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Spring 2012 Fishing Report

OK everybody we are having an early spring and even better early fishing. The fish have begun biting on the flats already. With the continued warm weather, the water temperatures are rising toward the mid to upper 60's. As the temps rise, the fishing gets better and better. So if you haven't booked for the spring, you might want to …

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Update

September 2010 Hello again from Shell Island. Sorry it's been such a long time but lots has been going on. Allen and Ruthie have retired and Jimmy and Sherie have taken over. Kenneth has retired as well. Sounds like a lot of change but all the other faces are still the same. For those who don't know, Jimmy was raised …

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Late Summer Fishing News

Late Summer Fishing News Hello everyone, Sorry it's been so long since the last newsletter but we promise to do better. Fishing is in the summer pattern which means early in the morning and late afternoon is the best. You can still catch 'em in the middle of the day in deeper water, 10 to 15 feet, bouncing a gulp …

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