352 Inshore Charters, owned and operated by Capt. Matthew Cowart, has its focus on fishing and enjoying the time spent on the water. Through his commitment and hard work, this fourth generation local not only utilizes his knowledge about the inshore species to serve tourists and locals in Cedar Key, but also devotes his time to deliver an unforgettable fishing experience. Working out of Cedar Key, FL, 352 Inshore is known for its big catches, including cobia, redfish, tripletail, snook among many more fish species.

352 Inshore offers several fishing experiences to all clients despite their skill levels. They can accommodate both experienced fishermen and first-timers. The best thing about 352 Inshore is our no catch, no pay policy. We offer technical poling skiffs and flat boats. The charter also provides only top-of-the-line fishing equipment. You do have the option of bringing your own equipment or amenities if you choose to do so.

Because of the prime location and unspoiled nature, 352 Inshore fishing in Cedar Key is a tourist destination with good quality water, which is effective for shellfish harvesting. The need to protect the community’s fishing industry and aquaculture has led to the training and education of visitors and new residents on the island. On the charter, you can expect to see Florida at its best and in its original state. The area is still very untouched and you will get to experience the back country creeks and natural preserves. The professionals at 352 Inshore can make sure that you get the most in-depth fishing experience possible. Their knowledge of the local water and fish patterns makes them the most knowledgeable in the business.

83 West

83 West restaurant offers an exceptional bar and casual island dining. This unique restaurant, located on Dock Street in Cedar Key, provides both open-air and indoor seating with panoramic gulf views, pool tables, several televisions for game-day viewing and deck seating beside the amazing full-bar experience. 83 West restaurant is endowed with local cuisine, delicious seafood, and many vegetarian options. Occasionally there will be live music performances and the best part is that no reservation is required.

Cedar Cove

Just a 6-minute walk to the Cedar Key Historical Museum is the modern seaside Cedar Cove hotel. These rooms come with a kitchen, balconies, cable television, and fully furnished condominiums that directly face the Gulf of Mexico. The condominiums come with upgraded studios and loft bedrooms. Enjoy fresh breakfast every morning when you stay at Cedar Cove.