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Regional Fishing Reports for:
West Florida (Englewood to Cedar Key)

8:32 PM

WOW! just unbelievable fish! Giants! Great fishing Period! - Fishing has been the best ever! Giant Snook over 42 inches opportunity ever single trip. Last trip 3 opportunities!!!! Giant Redfish to 33+ with limits of redfish almost every single trip! The Size of the trout!!! up to 28 and none below 23 more...
Capt. David Beede - Tampa Bay

1:11 PM

Good Flats Action in Tampa Bay - Anglers fishing with me on my Action Craft flats skiff the Snook Fin-Addict, out of CB's Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, caught and released trout, jacks, Spanish mackerel, bluefish and cobia in Sarasota Bay on flies, CAL jigs with shad tails, DO more...
Capt. Rick Grassett - Sarasota

1:53 PM

Sarasota fishing report Capt Jim klopfer 4/11/2015 - Fishing varied from good to excellent on the deep grass flats this week. Flats in 6' to 8' of water provided steady action for clients using Bass Assassin jigs (Red Gold Shiner) and live shrimp, with shrimp producing the best. Both free lining and more...
Capt. Jim Klopfer - Sarasota

9:19 AM

Winter/Summer fishing - Winter / Summer Time Fishing It seems like we went straight from winter to summer and skipped spring. As we move into May, the fishing should continue to get better and better. The fish will begin to get into their summer patterns. On recent ch more...
Capt. Joel Gant - Hernando Beach

6:47 PM

Warm water = Hot fishing - We are enjoying some of the best fishing. Weather is warming and cooperating. Kingfish have moved in over the areas reefs from 20 feet on out. A mix of Spanish mackerel and kings are in the chumlines. A few big cobia have been boated. I fished on an more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

5:35 PM

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 4/8/15 - Reel Till U Feel Charters fishing report for Tampa Bay. April is one of my favorite months to fish Tampa Bay. The bait is just about everywhere and the fish are eating well. With the arrival of the bait has the Spanish Mackerel willing to eat it al more...
Capt. Mark Magni - Tampa Bay

7:30 AM

Abundence of Species Chewing Hard - Tampa Bay is full of whitebait right now and following closely behind are the predatory fish. Snook and redfish have flooded the flats and their spring /summer hangouts and are actively feeding. Spanish Mackerel can be found anywhere from deeper gra more...
Capt. Sean Goddard - Tampa Bay

6:55 PM

Snook, Trout and Cobia - April's one of my favorite months to fish, weathers not too hot, but the fishing is. Snook are moving out in droves to area bridges, passes and beaches. These fish are ready to eat and white bait has been the go-to bait on a 2/0 circle hooks, with more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay

7:55 AM

Spring Has Sprung! - Everything is biting! Trout, Redfish and Snook. The spoils have been active with the transition of fish moving to the beaches. We have landed some nice Gator Trout in the last few weeks on or near spoils. The redfish bite has been good on the incomi more...
Capt. John O'Hanlon - Clearwater

6:37 AM

Crystal River Fishing Action - Say goodbye to the March Madness and hello to two of America's favorite past times. It's ironic how most Nature Coast anglers coincide the start of the Major League Baseball season with the beginning of what usually is the start of the best fishing more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River

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Other Florida Fishing Reports by Region:

1. Florida Keys and Florida Bay (2294)

2. Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) (4493)

3. East Florida (Jupiter to Canaveral) (3274)

4. Northeast Florida (New Smyrna Beach to Jacksonville) (1050)

5. Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) (3888)

6. West Florida (Englewood to Cedar Key) (3595)

7. Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola) (2162)

8. Freshwater (803)

Florida Regional Map Florida Keys and Florida Bay Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) East Florida (Jupiter to Cape Canaveral) Northeast Florida (Cape Canaveral to Jacksonville) Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) West Florida (Boca Grande to Cedar Key) Panhandle and Big Bend (Cedar Key to Pensacola) Freshwater (Gainesville, Orlando, Okeechobee, South FL)

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Amelia Island (9)

Anna Maria (157)

Apalachicola (6)

Banana River (1)

Big Pine Key (7)

Biscayne Bay (126)

Boca Grande (379)

Bonita Beach (189)

Butler Chain (1)

Carrabelle (203)

Charlotte Harbor (19)

Chokoloskee (64)

Clearwater (86)

Cocoa Beach (77)

Crystal River (102)

Daytona Beach (41)

Destin (572)

Englewood (5)

Estero Bay (123)

Everglades City (110)

Fernandina Beach (1)

Flagler Beach (14)

Flamingo (974)

Fort Lauderdale (1961)

Fort Myers (1165)

Fort Pierce (451)

Government Cut (4)

Grayton Beach (7)

Haulover Inlet (51)

Hernando Beach (368)

Homosassa (361)

Indian River Lagoon (685)

Islamorada (493)

Jacksonville (748)

Jupiter (189)

Key Biscayne (487)

Key Largo (114)

Key West (439)

Kissimmee Chain (33)

Lake Jackson (3)

Lake Okeechobee (11)

Lake Panasoffkee (4)

Lake Tohopekaliga (44)

Lake Walk-in-Water (1)

Little Torch Key (32)

Marathon (230)

Marco Island (283)

Matlacha (26)

Melbourne (30)

Miami (1733)

Mosquito Lagoon (653)

Naples (412)

Navarre (7)

New Port Richey (7)

New Smyrna Beach (64)

Orlando (290)

Osbourne Chain (4)

Oyster Bay (1)

Palm Beach (127)

Palm Coast (2)

Palm Harbor (6)

Panama City (886)

Pensacola (465)

Pine Island Sound (864)

Pompano Beach (2)

Ponce Inlet (4)

Port Canaveral (60)

Port St. Joe (14)

Port St. Lucie (465)

Sanibel (127)

Sarasota (782)

Sebastian (165)

Singer Island (2)

St. Augustine (21)

St. Petersburg (26)

Steinhatchee (1)

Stick Marsh-Farm 13 (412)

Stuart (360)

Sugarloaf Key (5)

Tampa Bay (1459)

Tarpon Springs (76)

Ten Thousand Islands (127)

Titusville (284)

Venice (160)

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