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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports

12:24 PM

Bait is Thick and the Fish are Hungry - As the water temps started to slightly cool down from the rains, the redfish have been stacked and are starting to work towards their fall patterns. We have been consistently finding schools of the big overslot redfish on the grass flats of Tampa Bay more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay

7:21 PM

Late Summer Early Fall Fishing - Here's what you can expect to catch in the Gulf of Mexico for the next few months, if you go fishing offshore. From 5-15 miles out gray snapper, porgy, Spanish mackerel, shark, barracuda and some red and gag grouper. But remember, a lot of the grou more...
Capt. Pedro Borrego - Tampa Bay

7:27 PM

Tampa Bay Tarpon, Jacks, and Redfish - It was an incredibly busy tarpon season for me so this is my first report in months. The tarpon fishing was fantastic when the weather would cooperate. The good news is the winds have died, and the tarpon will be chewing until December at least. You more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay

8:55 AM

Mangrove Snapper and Redfish Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Fishing Reports 8/20/2017 The dog days of summer are here. August is one of the hottest months in Tampa Bay, and that is an understatement. But don't fret, (can't say don't sweat), the fishing can still be very good; you just have to adj more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

9:52 AM

Inshore Bite Has Been Great In Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Inshore Charter Report Tropical Storm Emily came in with a lot of rain, but other than that it was not too bad. Let's talk Mangrove Snapper first; the bite has been red hot the past three weeks! Small white bait and chumming has been th more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

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

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

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

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

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

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