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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2017-04-14
6:52 PM

Bite Improving after Cold Front - Fishing after this last cold front, slowed the bite down a bit. The water temperatures dropped about 8 degrees, creating dirty water in some areas. As the water temps and clarity continues to get back to normal, look for the bite to increase! more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2017-04-14
2:32 PM

Tarpon are Back! - The silver kings are back in Tampa Bay. We started the season off by landing a huge fish, one over 200 pounds. The tarpon bite is not yet on fire, but it keeps getting better every day as the water temperature rises. From the looks of things, this more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay


2017-04-06
2:02 PM

Snook Extravaganza in Tampa Bay - Snook extravaganza in Tampa Bay Spring fishing has been outstanding the past two to three weeks. March was a great month for snook and redfish and April has started out just as spectacular. It looks like the second week of April is going to be perfe more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-04-06
7:28 AM

Get it while it's hot! Tampa Bay fishing is on fire!!! - Tampa Fishing Charters Fishing Report Spring is off to a great start here in Tampa Bay. The weather is fantastic and the fishing is off the charts. Water temperatures are in the mid 70's and snook, redfish, trout and tarpon are all available. This more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-04-03
9:35 AM

March Fishing is Red Hot! - Over the past couple of weeks the bite has been on fire. Everything is eating in all parts of the bay. White bait seemed to move off the bridges this past week but can still be easily caught on the flats where it usually holds for most months of the more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay


2017-03-30
6:23 PM

Spring is Here! - Spring fishing is here and keeps getting better every week. Snook continue to push out of the rivers, creeks and back country winter areas as they get ready to move on to the beaches for their summer spawn. Their appetite has still been a little slo more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2017-03-26
10:34 PM

Tampa Bay Fishing Charter Report Late March - March has had outstanding weather besides the few days of wind we experienced the first couple of days of the month. Snook have been the main target, but redfish, and trout were still caught on most trips this month. April is halfway booked, so if yo more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Tampa Bay


2017-03-26
11:44 AM

Snook Bite Red Hot, Sprinig Has Arrived in Tampa Bay - It is officially Spring in the Tampa Bay area. Snook are all over the place and they are feeding well. Live bait is the best choice, but if you like tossing artificials, no worries, you'll catch your fair share as well. Schools of redfish are also sh more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-03-14
7:01 PM

Spring is Almost Here - Spring is almost here and fishing is starting to heat up right along with the weather. Well, I have to say that this has been one of the warmest winters I can remember, with temperatures already in the 70s. In February, some of the fish that normal more...
Capt. Pedro Borrego - Tampa Bay


2017-03-13
11:54 AM

Spring is Here! - Despite strong winds over the past week, the bite was great all over different parts of the bay. The bait never seemed to leave this winter and can still be found on the bridges and flats all over the bay. The threadfin schools are started to show up more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay

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