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St. Petersburg Fishing Reports


2013-03-21
8:26 AM

Red Grouper season opens APRIL 1ST...Book trip (727) 614-6104 - If you love to fish and want to get Grouper on your plate .... your time is coming! Red Grouper season opens April 1st and we guarantee keepers on fullday trips. Deep sea fishing with Bent Charters Fishing out of Madeira Beach/Treasure Island in more...
Capt. Lance Brooks - St. Petersburg


2013-03-03
2:05 PM

Amberjack..Grouper..Goliath Oh MY! Offshore Treasure Island Fl - Fishing with Capt Lance of Bent Charters has been producing great fish, great times and great memories! This report is for customers that were looking for a fight. So we decided what better fight than Amberjack. The known monster Goliath were ever pr more...
Capt. Lance Brooks - St. Petersburg


2012-11-09
11:29 AM

Cold Fronts Bring Hot Fishing St Pete FL Capt. George Hastick - Fishing between cold fronts can produce a variety of species. On a recent corporate event that I was hired for, the species available was amazing. With a very low tide for most of the morning I stayed off the flats and worked the deeper drop of more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2012-06-21
4:53 PM

American Red Snapper - Season opened June 1st and the bite has been great! Getting 40 miles offshore to our secret spots has limited out the boat. Customers on a fullday can look forward to taking home lots of great SNAPPER AND GROUPER fillets! We have even been gettin more...
Capt. Lance Brooks - St. Petersburg


2012-06-13
10:55 PM

Redfish / Tarpon St. Petersburg Report 6-13-12 - The Redfish action continues to be strong with slot to oversized fish being caught around the Tampa Bay area. They are being caught on everything from top water lures, jigs, spoons, live bait and cut bait. If you can get upwind from them and more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2012-05-24
8:10 AM

Amberjack and 80 lb Cobia slam! - Bent Charters was running a fullday offshore for the family who Chartered them on a beautiful Tuesday 5/15. The water looked great and the weather was warm but no wind. Capt Lance decided to run to an Amberjack spot 25 miles off our west coast. The more...
Capt. Lance Brooks - St. Petersburg


2011-10-27
9:56 PM

Slam Reds, Trout and Snook plus Flounder report Tampa Bay 10-27 - Fall has brought us cooler temperatures and with that the water temperature has dropped into the low 70's. This has brought us spanish and king mackerel that are keyed in on bait pods from just off the Pinellas beaches and around the mouth of Tampa B more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-10-13
1:14 AM

Cooler water equalls Hot Fishing in Tampa Bay - Snook have been actively feeding with good quantities of fish being caught during a moving tide, especially with the cooler water temperatures. The best lures to use are live whitebait but if you prefer lures the super spook jr (top water) and MirrOl more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-07-16
5:03 PM

Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Fishing Report July 15 - By Captain George Hastick July 15, 2011 Redfish are still schooling up in small schools of 5 to 10 fish and all the way up to 50-100 fish in a pack. Most of the schools lately have been in the 18- 24 inch range but there are still big bull reds more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-05-15
9:07 PM

Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Fishing Report Tarpon and Redfish - Tarpon are here and willing to eat especially on the good tide days around the new and full moons. There is a full moon coming up on Tuesday the 17th which will make for good tides and a strong falling tide in the late afternoon which will flush bait more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg

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