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Clearwater Fishing Reports

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

8:01 PM

Summer time trout fishing in Clearwater FL. - July 18, 2010 Hello Everyone. Spotted Sea Trout remains a decent catch throughout June and July with several large fish being landed. Miss Lydia, visiting with her father, from Alabama caught this 25 inch fish using a Scaled Sardine for bait. Ly more...
Capt. Paul Hajash - Clearwater

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

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

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

12:56 PM

finaly - With the warming weather, we have finally had quite a bit of bait showing up. This includes scaled sardines, threadfin herring and shad. This is a definite sign that our migratory fish are on their way. April 1st, Grouper season opens. These pri more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

8:57 PM

get ready for hot action - with sring and summer right around the conerit time to starte booking your charters.for redfish trout and taponext. guoper will start to feed on shallow ledges as well as snapper as well as taste other specises thing will be here be for you now it s more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

8:42 PM

Wintertime Trout and Redfish - Hello everyone. February remained almost as cold as January. The best fishing days were the second or third day after a cold front had past through. We found the Spotted Sea Trout bite was best in the afternoon after the moon started to rise. Mik more...
Capt. Paul Hajash - Clearwater

3:25 PM

the hope fo change - 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 qua more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

2:16 PM

back to fishin - Now that it's been about 3 weeks since the arctic cold fronts, Redfish have finally started to feed. With extreme low water, the Reds have been tailing in potholes where the water is a few inches deeper. Live bait or soft plastic shrimp in dark more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

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