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Fishing Reports by Capt. Brandon Henley


2016-09-20
5:18 PM

Great late season tarpon, snook and redfish - I just finished up a 4 day stretch with a fly fishing client of mine and we had a blast. The tarpon fishing is still good if you know where to look and they took our feathers with gusto. This fishery will remain good until cold weather hits. The r more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-09-09
9:50 AM

Post TS Tarpon in Tampa Bay - After Tropical Storm Hermine passed I was back on the water in short order. I had three fly fishing trips in a row and we set off in search of late season tarpon. We found the fish quickly and got to work. After dusting off the cobwebs we were soon t more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-08-25
7:58 AM

Late Summer Redfish and Tarpon - August is coming to a close and the kids are back in school. This means less boat traffic and great fishing. The redfish bite has really gotten fired up as of late. Fishing around high water seems to be the ticket. The water is still very warm in the more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-08-14
5:44 PM

Redfish and Snook Everywhere - Tampa Bay fishing is really excellent right now. Excellent tides have really had the redfish chewing. Fishing around the oyster bars and mangrove shorelines has been extremely productive. Hammered gold spoons, cutbait and live pilchards have all caug more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-07-20
4:33 PM

Summer Tides and Great Fishing! - It's mid summer and it's hot! I have been fishing early and trying to get off the water by noon. The bite has been great for summer snook, redfish, and late season tarpon. The top water plug fishing for snook is really improving, and I have been doin more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-06-09
8:25 PM

Tarpon and Snook! - The bite has been excellent for tarpon. It is in full swing and we have been putting up big numbers of fish everyday. I prefer to leave the crowds of Bean Point and Egmont to others. I have been doing very well on the beach as well as spots in the ba more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-06-01
6:34 PM

Pick your target species....It's all good! - I took a break from tarpon fishing to chase some snook and reds, and the fishing was great. The tarpon bite has been phenomenal as well. This is a special time of year when the weather is perfect and the fish are chewing. I still have some availabili more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-05-16
8:53 AM

It's Tarpon Time! - Tarpon are on the brain and the fishing is off the hook! This is the time of year I focus almost exclusively on the silver king. I don't do the crowd thing at Bean point or Egmont, I prefer to sight fish for them on the beaches. Sometimes I will hit more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-04-26
12:45 PM

Snook, Tarpon, and Great Weather! - It seems the weather has finally broken after a windy el nino winter. The daytime temps are in the mid 80's and nighttime lows are mild. This in turn means water pushing 78 degrees and tarpon will start to show up in force. I'm still catching a ton more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-04-14
10:13 AM

Snook fishing is going off! - What a great topwater snook bite we have going on right now. The numbers of snook on artificial's is outstanding on my recent Tampa fishing charters. I like to get an early start when fishing top waters this time of year. It allows you to usually fi more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay

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