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Fishing is Hot - Early Starts and Late Tides Work!

Capt. David Beede
August 13, 2015
Tampa Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

Snook are big!

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every year the same thing happens and these fish amaze me with their antics. Eating bait and running at the boat, running under the mangroves, using oysterbars and points to run around, arial antics etc.. These fish can fight! I love them! So do my clients!

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Redfish are tasty and some are so big you can not keep them.

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I have some top slot spots that have been producing and doing real well!

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Visually speaking you can not get anything more adrenaline pumping then large schools hovering around the boat!

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Pretty cool indeed! Trout, Snapper, limits are pretty easy to come by! Shark are coming back and they are big! Some real big ones in real shallow water too!

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Kind of scary to be honest as I swim where these fish are so be ultra vigilant. No need to create a problem when you have the information. Just know these 8-9 foot fish over 400lbs fit in 3 feet at dead low tide.

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And can disappear in really shallow flats.

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Tarpon here and there but no guarantees. Mackerel cobia and all sorts of varieties like flounder fill in the days. Go out and make a memory! Get a video and some pictures and have fun!

Tampa Bay Fishing Forecast:

More large schools of redfish will be coming in. They are sketchy but if you listen and do the right things on the boat you will catch fish! Lots of them! Big ones and slot fish too! Snook are big! Season is coming up! Get ready because it will be real good!

Target Species:

Redfish, Snook, Trout, Shark, Cobia, Snapper

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Capt. Dave loves fishing for a living and in his personal time. He has been running fishing charters and exploring Tampa Bay’s 450 square miles of waterways since 1998. He has fished the multitude of the tournaments here in Tampa and Clearwater and has won first place multiple times. When Capt. Dave runs a 26.7 foot Gause Built Boat that will fish 6 comfortably. 26 feet of open fishing space, a 9 foot of beam, wide, high gunnels, custom 14 foot tower with 16 rod holders, twin 10 foot PowerPole s

Contact Info:

Shallow Point Fishing Charters
864 Severn Ave.
Tampa, FL 33606
Phone: 813-758-3406
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