Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Steinhatchee, FL
Steinhatchee is a community located in Taylor County, FL. The name Steinhatchee derives from the Native American “esteen hatchee” which means river of man, the Steinhatchee River being a key geological feature in the area. One of Steinhatchee’s most prominent industries is foresting, in particular pencil making with cedar trees. Fishing, crabbing and scalloping are also prevalent.
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