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Tampa Bay Tarpon, Jacks, and Redfish

Capt. Brandon Henley
August 28, 2017
Tampa Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 just need to know where to find our resident fish in the fall.

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The redfish bite has really picked up for me as of late. I have been catching a lot of over slot fish on high water. Fall typically produces the best redfish action and it kicks off the season when they eat artificials and flies best.

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Fall is also a great time to target jack crevalle in Tampa Bay. Hordes of hungry jacks will push around in search of bait. These fish are great fun on light tackle and a blast on fly.

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To book a Tampa fishing charter visit www.tampaflatsfishingcharter.com or give me a call at 305-340-9863.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Brandon Henley

Target Species:

tarpon, redfish, snook, jacks

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Florida Keys fly fishing with Capt. Brandon Henley. I specialize in fly fishing and sight fishing for tarpon, permit, and bonefish. I also offer fly fishing charters for barracuda and sharks in the Key West area. I utilize the finest rods and reels and fish out of a brand new Maverick HPX 18.

Contact Info:

Epic Tides Charters
218 Pelican Lane
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Phone: 305-340-9863
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