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Clearwater Fishing Reports

4:32 PM

Christmas to New Years - ABSOLUTE FLORIDA FLATS FISHING,@ 727-376-8809, reported water temperatures falling 10* F from 70-72* F, to 60-61* F , on the west central Florida gulf coast flats, this week with some very cool morning days, after a cold front blew through more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Clearwater

2:39 PM

October Fishing report for Clearwater Fl - The October weather has finally cooled down to seasonal averages. After a few cold fronts that passed through the area, the water temperatures settled down to around 70 degrees. There have been a few days that were extremely windy and we searched o more...
Capt. Gary Burch - Clearwater

10:58 AM

Catching redfish, and trout with Capt. Gary in Clearwater - AllCatchCharters Capt. Gary Burch The first part of September was a continuation of August and late summer. Water temperatures were still in the middle 80's and the air temps reached the 90's. Fishing remained very consistent in the Clearwater more...
Capt. Gary Burch - Clearwater

11:27 AM

Clearwater FL fishing report - August 4, 2011 - Hello Everyone. This summer has been very hot with water temperatures as high as 89 degrees. Redfish has been my most targeted fish with a few Snook mixed in. Tarpon have been busting bait all along the beach from Clearwater to In more...
Capt. Paul Hajash - Clearwater

8:23 PM

Clearwater FL Trout fishing - February 27, 2011 Hello Everyone. Spotted Sea Trout remains my main target fish throughout February. The shallow grass flats from Clearwater north to Tarpon Springs have been abundant with Speckled Trout this month. My favorite artificial bait more...
Capt. Paul Hajash - Clearwater

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

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

7:42 PM

Clearwater FL Redfish - Oct. 15, 2010 was a great day for fishing the shallow waters of Clearwater FL. Bait was plentiful on the grass flats just inside of the barrier islands passes. I was targeting Redfish on the edges of the flats in 1 to 2 feet of water. The fish wer more...
Capt. Paul Hajash - Clearwater

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

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

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