Swamp Head Invades Steinhatchee

On the water is where we like to be. Come have a beer with us at Roy's Restaurant in the beautiful fishing village of Steinhatchee, FL. 

A gang of the Swamp Head crew will be in town for the night talking about the brewery and handing out goodies. We'll also have a tap lineup of your year-round go-to beers and some super limited treats that Steinhatchee has probably never seen before! 

We'll be in town for the entire weekend for CCA's Trash Tour - Steinhatcheestop. So get off your tuckus and come hang out with us ALL WEEKEND LONG!

Check out the Facebook Event Page for all the details.

Volunteer Opportunities- Trap Clean Up

State waters from Wakulla to Hernando Counties are closed to blue crab harvest using standard traps from July 20-29, 2017. This closure occurs every odd year and is meant to help with removal of lost or derelict fishing gear. Derelict fishing gear can cause harm in several ways, including "ghost fishing", creating navigational hazards, and becoming eyesores. If you want to help remove lost or derelict traps during this closed period, see: http://myfwc.com/f…/saltwater/trap-debris/volunteer-program/to obtain a permit and more information.

Whale beached at Hagen's Cove

Whale beached at Hagen's Cove

http://www.wctv.tv/content/news/Crews-working-to-free-beached-whale-in-Taylor-County-431557783.html

"TAYLOR COUNTY, Fla. (WCTV) – Crews are working to help a beached whale in Taylor County.

FWC officials says the beached whale was reported just before 10 Thursday morning at Hagens Cove, about 15 miles northwest of Steinhatchee.

The whale, believed to be a pilot whale, is 10 feet long. The University of Florida Marine Mammal stranding team is responding.

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The Taylor County sheriff’s office says the beached whale was spotted by a local fisherman." this morning.

 

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