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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports

9:17 PM

Summer Time Bite Is On In Tampa Bay! - August in Tampa Bay means that it is pretty darn hot and humid. Fortunately, the weather is not the only thing that is hot. The bite is too. Indeed, the bite of a few species has cooled off a bit, but it has also heated up with others. We more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay

9:07 AM

Great late summer fishing - The snook are chewing har, on two recent trips we caught over 30 snook the first day and never left the spot we pulled up to, I returned the next day with a different client and we brought 62 snook to the boat all of them in the 25 inch range and ver more...
Capt. Sean Goddard - Tampa Bay

11:53 AM

Late Summertime - Summer might be winding down but the fishing is picking up. Mangrove Snapper have been great all summer and the fish are getting bigger! Structure is key in this fishery from wrecks and reefs to bridges and docks. Just about every piece has snapper o more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Tampa Bay

6:15 PM

Beat the Heat Early - Wow, it's hot outside! Getting started early always helps you from melting and the fish have been more active early. As the sun comes up in the sky and as the tides begin to rise, everything starts to hide under the mangroves in the shade. Getting more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay

5:16 PM

Fly fishing Tampa, St Pete Beach, Crystal River - Another great tarpon season has come to a close! We has a great season catching lots of giant tarpon on fly. The highlight would be an absolute giant, well over 200 pounds a first time tarpon angler landed on an 11wt Sage Method. Although the real b more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay

9:34 AM

Rain Rain Go Away--Fish On Tampa Bay! - The bite in Tampa Bay has been great despite all the rain we have had. The water temperature did decrease as a result of the amount of rain we received, but it helped turn the bite on. We have definitely been able to catch snook, redfish, and trout more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay

11:07 AM

Fishing is Hot - Early Starts and Late Tides Work! - Snook are big! every year the same thing happens and these fish amaze me with their antics. Eating bait and running at the boat, running under the mangroves, using oysterbars and points to run around, arial antics etc.. These fish can fight! I lo more...
Capt. David Beede - Tampa Bay

1:18 PM

August fishing is outstanding! - After all the rain we have had recently it sure is good to see some sunshine. The fishing has responded well and the lack of fishing pressure shows. The redfish bite has cranked up and will continue through the fall. There are also plenty of tarpon a more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay

11:50 AM

Rains Change Salinity & Clarity - Crazy rainy weather we have had last week or so. It's changing the salinity especially around where the rivers run out into the ocean some of the areas like Anclote River and Cotter River where the rivers come out the water is black making it imposs more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay

10:03 AM

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 5/29/15 - Reel Till U Feel Charters fishing report for Tampa Bay. For almost 3 weeks now the rain has made getting out on the water tuff. The only bright side of all the rain is it has drop water temp a few degrees. On day's we were able to get out the Redfis more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay

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