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Flounder Time In Tampa Bay!

Capt. Sean Hagen
March 8, 2011
Tampa Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

The Tampa Bay flounder bites keeps getting better and better! Shamrock Fishing Charters are staying on the flounder.

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Captain Sean Hagen reports good numbers of flounder being caught along St Petersburg's sand bars and pot holes. "We are averaging 10 to 20 flounder a day. Must of the flatties are comming up short,but we are managing at least 4 to 6 keepers a trip!"

Most of the smaller size flounder are taking jigs tipped with shrimp. The bigger size flounder are hitting larger size white bait and pinfish. Slow dragging a weighted bait is essential when targeting Tampa Bay Flounder.

Flounder fishing should continue to be good. The 11 1/2 inchers you were throwing back in January & Febuary should be keeper size between now and April.

Look for a good flounder bite and larger flatties during March and April. The bite will slow as down as we experience warmer May waters. So, get out there,and get-ur-done or call Captain Sean Hagen to show you how! 1877 357-HOOK!"Fishing Like A Pro" with Eupro!

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flounder

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Inshore charter service. Fishing Tampa Bay targeting: the tarpon, snook, redfish trout, snapper and more. Live bait and artificals on flats, backwaters, rivers and bay.

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Shamrock Inshore Charters
12536 Mc Intosh Rd
Thonotosassa, FL 33592
Phone: 813-545-5639
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