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St. Petersburg Fishing Reports

6:21 AM

Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Fishing Report 11-17-10 - If you are looking for some easy fun fishing in Tampa Bay right now just follow the birds. Pelicans and seagulls are diving on the many bait pods that are scattered throughout the Bay from Egmont Key Island to well north of the Gandy Bridge. The bai more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg

11:41 AM

Tampa Bay /St. Petersburg Fishing is Hot!!! - The time is right to get out there and fish. There is bait on the flats, the weather is great, and most of all the fish are very active with the favorable water temperatures hovering around 80 degrees. A slam of Snook, Redfish and Trout are ju more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg

12:42 AM

Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Fishing Report - Redfish are roaming the flats in small packs to large concentrations of 100-200 plus fish in a school. Look for these schools to be around oyster bars, small islands and mangrove shorelines. These fish will move up onto the flats to feed as the tide more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg

11:51 PM

He slams Again St. petersburg/Tampa Bay Reds and more - Every April Grant hires me to take Jarrett and him out fishing along with other trips during the year but April is a tradition for the past 5 years. I taught Jarrett to cast and fish at 5yrs old and he has loved it ever since, except for a bad experi more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg

10:32 PM

Father & Son Slamma Jamma Snook Fest Tampa Bay Pics - I got a call from Bill wanting to know if I could put his son Jason on some snook because he had never caught one before and they would be down from north Florida for Thanksgiving.The plans were made for the only day they could go, the day after Than more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg

6:53 PM

Great fishing for amberjack!! - Fishing on someone else's boat as a customer! What a blast from my perspective. It's good for me to see fishing from the customer's view every once in a while. Matt was with me as was my cousin Jim, from Netwise Technologies. He's hosted my website f more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - St. Petersburg

7:19 PM

Seeing Spots in Tampa Bay - Last month Tampa Bay earned her stripes (sheepshead stripes) and this month she is seeing spots, seatrout spots that is. January first marks the reopening of spotted seatrout fishing in the southern region of our state. During the closed months of more...
Capt. Dan Bumgarner - St. Petersburg

9:07 PM

Tampa Bay earns her Stripes - This is the season when Tampa Bay starts to earn her stripes, sheepshead stripes that is. Starting in December and running through February sheepshead gather around almost any structure that has good tidal flow around it. They gather for the spawni more...
Capt. Dan Bumgarner - St. Petersburg

9:20 AM

ST Petersburg Fishing - The cold fronts this year are frequent and harsh unlike the past few years. It has been a cold November for the most part and fish have definitely made the switch to their winter time patterns. The keys things I like to watch are water temperatur more...
Capt. Jason Prieto - St. Petersburg

7:49 AM

Inshore Fsihing at its best! - more...
Capt. Jason Prieto - St. Petersburg

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