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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2017-08-03
5:49 PM

Dog Days of Summer - The dog days of summer are here! It's hot and so are the water temps which can slow the bite down a bit making some days real tough to catch a lot of fish. Fishing at night can be a great way to beat the heat and catch more fish. During the day fo more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2017-07-27
4:49 PM

Fly Fishing Tampa Bay, St Pete Beach, Anna Maria Florida - Fly fishing Tampa has been great this summer. We had lots of great fly fishing opportunities for big tarpon. Baitfish are plentiful right now so we look for migrating species like false albacore, mackerel, and tarpon to continue to be primary target more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2017-07-27
2:34 PM

Tampa Bay Fishing Hot Bite! - The weather is not the only thing that is hot in Tampa Bay. The bite is on fire. We have been catching great snook, snapper, trout, redfish, grouper, and tarpon. Small bait is aplenty, but some of it is a bit too small. The fish wi more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay


2017-07-22
12:24 PM

Mid Summer fishing is producing some nice fish - Sumertime fishing in Tampa Bay can be a challenge due to extremely hot days and daily thunder showers. However, with a little planning and proper timing fishing can be productive. Snook have been eager to feed early in the morning and later in more...
Capt. Sean Goddard - Tampa Bay


2017-07-20
7:12 PM

Summer Fishing Patterns in full swing in Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Fishing Report July started out as hot one for sure, but that's typical summertime for Florida. Snook fishing has been satisfactory in Tampa Bay; the water temps are high making the fishing a little tough some days. Make sure you watch th more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-07-01
2:12 PM

Redfish, Tarpon and Snook - The redfish bite has been good on high to outgoing tides. I love using pilchards and live shrimp on a float, running down the shadow line of the mangroves. Tarpon are still here. Look for the cleanest water to sight fish for these guys. Lighten more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2017-06-25
12:34 PM

Tarpon and Snook Fishing is Excellent - With the warm weather of summer comes big snook on the beaches and passes, and the tarpon migration. It has been a slow year as compared to others for tarpon this season due to high winds and lots of rain, but there is plenty of fish around. Fish more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay


2017-06-13
3:19 PM

Tarpon Fishing explodes in Tampa Bay - It's June and tarpon are the target on Tampa fishing charters. The action has been great and the weather has kept the crowds down. We have been targeting tarpon on the beach as well as resident tarpon on the beach. I offer Tampa fly fishing for ta more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-06-13
1:27 AM

Tarpon Time! - It is rainy season in Tampa Bay. Rainy season typically runs from mid May to mid October, resulting in frequent summer rainfall. Certain fish prefer certain weather over others and different fish react differently to certain kinds of weather or air more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay


2017-06-01
3:44 PM

Night Time/Residential Dock Fishing Tampa Bay - This time of the year is an awesome time to get out and explore residential docks, especially ones with lights on them. Here is a prime example of what you could expect to find if you find the right dock. Also, if you're looking for dock lights, plan more...
Capt. Phil Sassano - Tampa Bay

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