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Clearwater Fishing Reports

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

10:40 AM

KING ARE COMING TO CLEARWATER AND TARPON SPRING! - November 2013; Today hosted the one of the many cold fronts that will move through Tarpon Springs, Florida. These fronts will bring in our beloved KINGFISH. Within the next thirty day's we will see the migration from the northern waters of the Gul more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater

2:01 PM

Clearwater Fishing Charters - Clearwater Fishing Charter Report Had a great week of fishing charters out of Clearwater this week. The Grouper bite seemed better after the recent cold front, with large Gag Grouper caught consistently. The Kingfish have also turned on with the coo more...
Capt. Brandon Fraley - Clearwater

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

8:57 AM

Snook Opens September 1 - The Snook bite has been Great to good most of the month of August. As we enter the opening of the season Snook will become a little more elusive. The limit is 1, but we prefer catch and release. Join us for a Snook trip. more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater

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

9:47 AM

RED SNAPPER - June 19th we fished in approximately 130 foot of water, some 50 miles west of Palm Harbor. 3 POB with a strong Red Snapper bite still holding we limited out quickly. We also had a bi-catch of Red Grouper. Yesterday's bite was mainly on cut bait, the more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater

7:37 AM

Sharks on the Flats - We have been catching Blacktip and Spinner Sharks on the flats while Trout fishing in Northern Pinellas County. Also larger Sharks on our near shore adventures. more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater

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

6:41 PM

Clearwater FL April report - April 2013 Fishing Report: Large female Spotted Sea Trout were schooling up in the shallows a few weeks ago in March. We were using Scaled Sardines tossed into two feet of water with great results. I think the larger sea trout have learned to stay more...
Capt. Paul Hajash - Clearwater

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