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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports

5:07 PM

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 9/22/14 - Reel Till U Feel Charters Fishing Report for Tampa Bay. Big schools of Redfish have made there way into the bay. Some of the schools are all over slot fish. Feeding on Greenbacks, cut Ladyfish and Pinfish. On the high water fish tight to the mangrov more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay

12:02 PM

fishing report for ruskin florida - the mangrove snapper bite is still strong right now! they are feeding on the flats in the mangroves and alot of places in between. snook fishing also has been great as the water temp has cooled a little bit they are biting great in the backcountry a more...
Capt. Tony Frankland - Tampa Bay

9:12 PM

Fly Fishing Tampa, St Pete Beach, Anna Maria "Fall Fly Fishing" - Fall fly fishing tampa bay is creeping up on us. We are able to target almost any inshore or nearshore species we have with a fly. Many of these fish will be feeding heavily on bait schools or migrating through the area during the next few months. Wi more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay

1:44 PM

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 9/16/14 - Reel Till U Feel Charters Fishing Report for Tampa Bay. The Mangrove Snapper bite remains on fire around the bridges, eating the smaller Greenbacks. The bite should continue through till the end of October and maybe a little longer. Weedon Island more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay

5:20 PM

Catching Dinner In Tampa Bay! - Snapper is what's for dinner in Tampa Bay! The snapper and redfish bite has been great lately. We haven't had any trouble catching our limit of snapper, which are pretty darn tasty. The redfish have been a little more work, but only because the more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay

12:23 PM

Hot Weather Hot Fishing - The hot weather and thunderstorms still a factor in September, relief should be close around the last two weeks of the month. The bite has been as hot as the weather inshore with an abundance of redfish roaming the flats, most fish over slot. They ar more...
Capt. Sean Goddard - Tampa Bay

11:34 AM

Early Fall Fishing - If you like Redfish now is the time. Big schools of Reds have moved into the Tampa Bay Area. Each trip is different with one day all of the fish are in the slot and the next every fish is over the 27 mark. This fishing should remain good until the f more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Tampa Bay

8:39 PM

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 9/8/14 - Reel Till U Feel Charters Fishing Report for Tampa Bay (Gandy Area) The Redfish and Snook bite is getting better around the Gandy area. Some of the groups of Reds are very skittish, Biting on Live Greenbacks, Shrimp and cut bait. Snook are hitting more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay

1:10 PM

9/5/2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report - 9/5/2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report Inshore fishing report: The mangrove snapper are still steady and eating well. Redfish schools are showing up all over with a good bite both on high and low tides. Snook are starting to feed well again catching q more...
Capt. Brady Nelson - Tampa Bay

9:14 PM

Catching Keeps Coming Tampa Bay! - The snook bite in Tampa Bay has slowed a bit, but the redfish bite has picked up. The snook bite is certainly still there, it's just not quite as good as it was. The big schools of redfish are showing up like they ordinarily do this time of year, more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay

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