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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2016-11-30
1:14 PM

Vary your Retrieve - Still some snook to get shots at before it gets too cold. Pinfish and shrimp have been my go to on outgoing tides! Also, letting the sun warm them up a little can increase the bite, especially on colder days! The redfish bite has been best on high more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2016-11-29
12:11 PM

So many Species so little Time in Tampa Bay - Variety is the spice of life and that is certainly case here at Tampa Fishing Charters. We have an abundance of different species to target depending on the weather and tide. I have been spending a lot of time targeting snook before it gets to chilly more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-11-24
9:36 AM

Near Shore Fishing heats Up - Near Shore reefs have come alive with life. Quality sized Spanish mackerel have invaded inshore hard bottom areas with a vengeance, devouring any hapless whitebait thrown in their direction. For anglers interested in simply bending rods, there is n more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2016-11-16
10:31 AM

Change is in the air! - Tis the season for change here at Tampa fishing charters. Its hot one day and the following morning I have to bundle up like the Michelin man. On the water this translates to the fish being on the open flats when it's warm, and hiding in the creeks more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-10-31
4:10 PM

Fly Fishing Tampa Bay Florida, St Pete Beach, Crystal River - Fly fishing Tampa Florida has been great over the past month. Fall has finally settled in and the fish are feeling it. Fly anglers fishing the Tampa Bay area are catching a good variety of species right now. Snook, big jacks, big mackerel, and late s more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2016-10-30
5:49 PM

Reel Till U Feel Charters, Tampa Bay Fishing Report - This October has been one of the windiest I can remember. With the first cold front and shorter days has dropped the water temperatures down, pushing some of the fish to towards their winter homes. Now the days have been warm some of the fish have mo more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay


2016-10-30
11:03 AM

The Winds Don't Keep Us Off Tampa Bay! - The winds are blowing in Tampa Bay, but that hasn't kept us from catching fish. Despite the wind, fishing has been good. We are catching snook, redfish, and trout on the flats and a few tarpon and snapper in the Bay. Snapper are always a goo more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay


2016-10-28
10:29 AM

Cold Front Shakes Things Up and Fishing Goes Off! - We just had our first cold snap and the fish definitely responded. Almost overnight the snook retreated into the creeks and canals and hunkered down. This is a curse and a blessing. I prefer to fish the open flats but if you know which creeks to look more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-10-22
9:48 AM

First Major Cold Front - Tampa Bay Fishing Report - Tampa Bay Inshore Fishing Report Our first major cold front hit us and I'm excited because it will definitely fire off the trout and other species. Since it dropped to the middle 50's overnight it will drop the water temp just a bit, so it will take more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2016-10-17
10:22 AM

New Boats and My Favorite Time in Tampa Bay - It has been a whirlwind few weeks here at Tampa Fishing Charters. Not only do I guide in Tampa Bay , I also guide in the Florida Keys mostly fly fishing for permit, bonefish and tarpon. I have been going back and forth alot recently and in the proces more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay

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