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Fishing Reports by Capt. Craig Lahr


2012-11-08
1:53 PM

Fall Fishing - What's Hot! The King Mackerel bite has been off the hook. The big ones are closer to the beach with all the bait and Mackerel. Ladyfish and schools of Bluerunners have brought these Kings (aka smokers) just outside of the swim buoys. Temps are more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2012-01-20
10:31 PM

from flats to structures - The flats have been on fire with big trout and lots of 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 of more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2012-01-10
7:15 PM

decmeber and january - December has been very mild this year.water temps have stayed in the mid 60s.if this continuses we shuold get another bunch of king fish along the beachs.with plenty of bait and little tuny or falas albicore. this tuna spieces is a great fish for the more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2011-02-02
1:55 PM

warm weather = fish - Since the weather keeps fluctuating, fishing has been a challenge. Trout are still feeding, but the trend has been taking two days of east winds to gather these fish back into bunches. Most of the fish have been scattered, but are of good quali more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2010-11-04
7:23 PM

Finaly Fall - The water has cooled down with the recent fronts. Bait has been plentiful, with scaled sardines, threadfin, shad, ladyfish and blue runners. This has started the nearshore to explode with Spanish Mackerel, and their big brother, the King Mackerel. more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2010-10-05
9:02 PM

the first taste of fall - After our recent cold front, water temperatures have dropped from 86 to 78 degrees. Fish are on the move and the chew. King Mackerel have just made their presence known in the clearwater area. Live Shad, Ladyfish, and Spanish Mackerel are just a few more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2010-07-27
10:36 AM

no oil plenty of fish - The Tarpon bite has been slowing on the beaches. look for fish to move into the back water after the fullmoon From Clearwater to Tampa Bay,these area are often overlooked. look to find fish early in the morning near flats with good dropoff or the more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2010-06-13
11:41 AM

se if tou got what it takes - The Tarpon bite has been the best I've seen in years. From Clearwater to Tampa Bay, this area is often overlooked, and is as productive as Boca Grande, without the boat traffic. My clients have been averaging 2 to 3 fish, on half day trips, with more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2010-05-09
3:28 PM

tarpon,tarpon,tarpon - The Tarpon have shown up in the passes from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs. These fish arejust showing up. The best time to target these brawlers is on moveing water in the passes. For the backwater enthusiast, there are poons in quit areas on the more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater


2010-04-12
1:50 PM

warm weather hot fishig - Weather is heating up, and fishing is even hotter. With the massive amounts of bait that has recently shown up, fishing is in high gear. Spanish Mackerel are everywhere. Big Kingfish have made their way into the nearshore wrecks, as well as Co more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

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