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Fishing Reports by Capt. Craig Lahr


2014-03-27
8:53 PM

sping is stated of with a bang - KINGFISH: Kings have arrived at numerous locations and are eager to eat. Spring is here. Reports have been coming in from close to shore all the way out to 10 miles more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2014-01-31
6:44 PM

hope for warmer feb - january has been very cold this year hopefuly february will be a little warmer.water temps have stayed in the mid 50s.if this continuses fish will be moveing around alot. Redfish and Trout,have been on the shallow flats. with water temps more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2013-12-06
4:00 PM

fishing is awsome - The flats have been on fire with big trout and lots of Florida redfish of all sizes. With the water temps staying consistant, fish have moved to the shallower flats with broken bottoms and potholes. What has kept these predators on the flats is lots more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2013-10-08
11:51 AM

hot fishing - Front a difference! Since the cold front, fishing has picked up. Redfish have started to school in bigger numbers, from the backwaters to off the beaches of Clearwater. In the backwater, we have found them around docks, oysterbars, and points of s more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2013-08-23
6:47 PM

hot fishing - Since the water temps are in the low to mid 90s, fish have changed their patterns. Tarpon, snook, redfish, trout and sharks have made their presence known from Tampa Bay to Tarpon Springs. The bridges, backwater jetties as well as near shore reefs a more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2013-04-15
4:43 PM

things are fired up - With summer just around the corner, fishing is getting ready to pop. As the bait starts to show up, expect Mackerel and King Fish, as well Cobia to follow them into the nearshore reefs and hard bottom off Clearwater. Mackerel, Kingfish, Cobia, R more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2013-03-16
10:18 PM

from winter to spring back to winter and spring - Clearwater Fishing Report for March and April 2013 With the recent cold fronts coming through every 3 to 5 days, our inshore fish have scattered and have been pushed to deeper water and structures. Redfish really don't get affected by the colder more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2013-01-20
3:07 PM

here come the fronts - The recent warm weather has made fish think it spring with water tempsin the mid 60s. With this latest front look for fishing to get back to normal with the persistent north winds,will have the redfish scattered on flats. This will have the re more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2012-12-30
11:07 AM

front after front - The recent winds and cold fronts has been droping water temps in the mid 50s to low 60s. Inshore fish are moveing to deeper flats as well as canals and around docks with good water flow. With the tides being lower than normal with the persistent more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2012-11-27
3:44 PM

Cooler water - The recent winds and cooler days and nights has been chilling the water temps. Inshore fish are on the move to deeper flats as well as canals and around docks with good water flow. With the tides being lower than normal with the persistent north more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

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