Coquina Key Islanders are an active bunch of people. Many of them are involved in activities; boating, fishing, car collecting and gardening are but to name a few.
To help promote an active lifestyle, the Island is home to many clubs listed below. If you are an Islander and would like to start a club, please contact Jim Gee at 727.599.9159
We need to get the party started! What kind of activities would you like to participate it? Share your suggestions: Please contact Jim Gee at 727.599.9159 or email us at CKNA.Feedback@gmail.com
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Anyone interested in forming a dive club contact Mike Kehoe: firstname.lastname@example.org.. Certifications, trips and refresher courses.
Taught by Master Shahram. Contact email@example.com
Fishing Florida OnLine MagazineTampa Bay Area Report
By Captain George Hastick: Redfish, Snook and trout can all be targeted right now and moving water is the key to a more successful trip. On a recent outing, we were able to catch the big three off the flats, with one of the trout being a very plump 21 inches on the first cast. It was a nice way to start the day. We had to work a few areas but once we found the redfish and chummed them up they were very cooperative. We were using scaled sardines in the 4-6 inch range on 10lb braid, 3 feet of 30lb fluorocarbon leader and a 2/0 circle hook.
Look for the redfish to congregate in grass flats with many sand holes and a lot of mullet activity. They will also work oyster bars and mangrove tree lines.
The trout will be out on the open grass flat sitting in the sand holes waiting for a bait to come past that it can ambush.
Snook can be found lying in the deeper sand holes on the grass flat, cuts in the mangroves, mangrove points and large and small passes where current will bring bait to them.
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