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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


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


2017-05-25
2:40 PM

Record Heat last week, and Even Hotter Inshore Bite! - With record-breaking temps, last week hot was and that's an understatement. Even though we broke heat records last week, it didn't affect the bite in a negative way. Let's talk Snook first. I've been catching quality fish in some of my honey hol more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-05-25
8:25 AM

Everything is Chewing! - The bite in Tampa Bay right now is absolutely on fire. We have been consistently catching snook, reds, cobia, and trout. White bait is on the majority of the flats and has been easiest to get during low light. Schools of redfish are still around a more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay


2017-05-22
11:37 AM

Hot Summer Fishing - Fishing in Tampa Bay is incredible right now. Although it has been very hot out there and water temperatures are in the mid 80s the fish are still actively feeding. Bait is abundant and easy to find most days. We have been seeing good numbers of fish more...
Capt. Sean Goddard - Tampa Bay


2017-05-12
10:12 PM

Be Stealthy for Snook - Late cold front dirtied up the water a bit but didn't drop the water temperature too much. The redfish bite has been consistent on the incoming to high tide and the high to outgoing. White bait and shrimp has been working under a cork along the sho more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2017-05-03
4:59 PM

Redfish and Snook Coming to Life - Over the last 30 days, summer arrived. In a typical year, as the large seatrout start to thin out, redfish move in and near shore fishing on the artificial reefs heats up with abundant catches of mackerel, snapper, kingfish, bonita and others. This more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2017-04-24
8:38 AM

It's Tarpon Time In Tampa Bay - My favorite time of the year is finally here. Tarpon are here in numbers inside Tampa Bay and very soon the migratory fish will be cruising the beaches. We have been doing very well fly fishing for tarpon lately with daily hookups. If you are interes more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-04-23
5:02 PM

Big Snook and Redfish in Tampa Bay - Big Snook and Redfish in Tampa Bay Over the past 10 days the inshore bite has been outstanding in Tampa Bay. Let's talk Big Snook for a minute. I've been on an excellent snook bite over the past 10 days, which means lots of smiles on my clients more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-04-20
9:07 AM

Fly fishing Tampa bay, Anna Maria Island, Saint Pete Beach Flori - Fly fishing Tampa has been great this past week. We had lots of action on fly. Snook fishing and night fishing are great options right now if you are heading this way. get out there and wet a line! Capt Nick Angelo www.shallowwaterflyfishing.com more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2017-04-19
2:55 PM

Warming Trend - Upper Tampa Bay is full of all the inshore favorites, such as redfish, snook, tarpon and cobia. I find that while fishing for a particular fish such as redfish this time of the year, you will usually hook several species in one location. The variety more...
Capt. Phil Sassano - Tampa Bay

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