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Clearwater FL Redfish

Capt. Paul Hajash
October 16, 2010
Clearwater - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 were not schooled up but scattered about the edge waiting for the incoming water. All three anglers today caught Redfish: the largest at 29 inches. Mike, from Tampa, got the Inshore Slam consisting of a large Snook, Redfish and several Speckled Trout. With the lower water temps. the Snook have been migrating further inshore away from the beaches. A few Spanish Mackerel were also mixed in with today's catch. This month and through November should bring excellent catches of these fast swimmers.

Capt. Paul Hajash (727) 251-2623
www.tampa-florida-fishing.com
www.flyfishingflorida.com

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Target Species:

Redfish, Spotted Sea Trout

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Saltwater inshore fishing the shallow waters of Clearwater/St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay. Live bait, artificial and fly fishing the flats and mangrove Islands from Clearwater north to Tarpon Springs. Our most common species are Redfish, Trout, Snook and Tarpon during the Spring and Summer. Everything is included.

Contact Info:

Reel Florida Adventures
190 Seminole Street
Clearwater, FL 33755
Phone: 727-251-2623
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