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Anna Maria Fishing Reports

4:19 PM

Bay waters fishing is superb - Redfish are very active over the last few weeks. All oyster bars and sandbars should be targeted. Most trips are averaging 20-40 reds on the better tides. We have to move around for nice trout. There are pockets of nice keeper sized trout in grassy a more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

10:42 AM

9/7/2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report - 9/7/2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report The bite is on snook are hitting well now and on artificials too. Now is a great time to throw artificials, snook are pounding them and redfish have been on as well. I am currently running specials on all artific more...
Capt. Brady Nelson - Anna Maria

9:16 AM

Early Fall Fishing - It is hard to tell by the temperature outside but fall is coming. The days are getting shorter and there are defiant signs that things are changing. One of the biggest signs on the water are the schools of redfish gathering together. I am seeing more more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

11:46 AM

Florida Fishing Report - Inshore Report : Inshore fishing has been typical for the hot summer months of August, bait is a little small but easy to catch and the fishing on most days has been very good. The mangrove snapper in the 10-17 range are everywhere and filling limit more...
Capt. Brady Nelson - Anna Maria

1:00 PM

Mangrove Snapper Frenzy - As usual July bring a feeding frenzy of mango on just about any structure. Offshore reefs have the bigger ones in the 15 plus inch range. Small shiners or sardines are the best bet. Large shrimp are also excellent but many other species will eat up y more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

1:10 PM

Tarpon in big numbers - Plenty of Tarpon on the areas beaches. Crabs and threadfins were the bait of choice on the strong moving tides. Best action was in the choppier water. Snapper are on the area reefs and hard bottom offshore and inshore. Small sardines and shrimp are w more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

6:20 PM

Anna Maria Fishing Charters - March Fishing Action - Spring time fishing has been great around the cool fronts. We are targeting many species at this time of year. This is the best time of year to hook up on big snook. They are hungry and a bit less wary as the water warms. Bob Hammond and family had more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

1:11 PM

Make way for the gators. - Large Gator trout have shown up. Lots of 24 inch plus trout have hit the areas spoil islands and sandbar edges. Do not overlook the beaches for some of the big ones. more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

9:06 AM

2/25//2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report - 2/25//2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report Inshore bite : The bait is starting to come into the bay and with that brings the snook out of the canals, rivers and backwater. Reds and snook are starting to hit live shiners on the flats, sheeps heads are st more...
Capt. Brady Nelson - Anna Maria

12:12 PM

Springtime in Anna Maria - The bite is getting better each and every day as we go into spring in southwest florida. This past week fishing was good to great for my charters. We had some serious fog to deal with but the fish don't seem to mind in fact I think it is better when more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

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