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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2016-09-21
4:25 PM

Cooler Weather will Heat Up Fishing - Well soon the water temperature will start cooling down and the fishing will start heating up in the Gulf of Mexico. Red grouper, gray snapper, mangrove snapper, lane snapper and porgies have been great this year. Gag grouper, on the other hand, are more...
Capt. Pedro Borrego - Tampa Bay


2016-09-20
5:18 PM

Great late season tarpon, snook and redfish - I just finished up a 4 day stretch with a fly fishing client of mine and we had a blast. The tarpon fishing is still good if you know where to look and they took our feathers with gusto. This fishery will remain good until cold weather hits. The r more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-09-09
9:50 AM

Post TS Tarpon in Tampa Bay - After Tropical Storm Hermine passed I was back on the water in short order. I had three fly fishing trips in a row and we set off in search of late season tarpon. We found the fish quickly and got to work. After dusting off the cobwebs we were soon t more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-09-08
1:00 PM

Reel Till U Feel Charters, Tampa Bay Fishing Report - Reel Till U Feel Charters, Tampa Bay Fishing Report The Mangrove Snapper bite still remains hot post Hermine. The storm brought a lot of fresh water to the area, along with no sun for a few days helped lower the water temp. While Snapper fishing a more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay


2016-08-27
1:26 AM

End of August Fishing Report - August was a good month for fishing in the Tampa bay! Redfish, Snook, Snapper, Tarpon, and mackerel were all targets on recent charters. The Redfish have really moved into Tampa bay over the last two weeks, and they fish are big! The Redfish are more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Tampa Bay


2016-08-25
7:58 AM

Late Summer Redfish and Tarpon - August is coming to a close and the kids are back in school. This means less boat traffic and great fishing. The redfish bite has really gotten fired up as of late. Fishing around high water seems to be the ticket. The water is still very warm in the more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2016-08-21
10:08 AM

Ready For Some More Weather Change Tampa Bay! - Tampa Bay is scorching. August has been hotter and wetter this year than years in the past, but the hot and soggy weather hasn't seemed to slow the fishing down. Bait is aplenty. It is all over the flats and around bridges. Having plenty of bai more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay


2016-08-18
4:54 PM

Reel Till U Feel Charters, Tampa Bay Fishing Report - Reel Till U Feel Charters, Tampa Bay Fishing Report The Mangrove Snapper bite remains just about as hot as the weather. Anywhere there is structure your will find them. Schools of Jacks, Bluefish & Spanish Mackerel are tearing up the fry bait, a lot more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay


2016-08-18
3:53 PM

Fly Fishing Tampa Bay and Gulf Coast of Florida - Fall fall fishing is off to an early start with an arrival of loads of baitfish and the typical fall species. Large baitfish schools are showing up and down Tampa Bay and along Florida's Gulf Coast. Feeding on them is a plethora of species to tar more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2016-08-18
9:36 AM

Seeing Red - The rains have brought down the water temps a little bit but it is still hot out there. The redfish are starting to fall into their fall patterns and are schooling up all over the bay. Many of these schools consist of over slot reds and over 300 fish more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay

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