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Fishing Reports by Capt. Fred Everson


2009-11-12
8:28 AM

Winds of November - November winds continue to make fishing a risky proposition for Tampa Bay anglers. Boat traffic has been minimal all week as wind and rains associated with the latest tropical storm pounded the bay all week. I did get out yesterday for a couple of more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-11-01
11:13 AM

Cold Fronts Mean Lower Water Temps -- Better Clarity - What a difference a couple of days make. Water temperature dropped from 89 to 76 degrees two days after the last cold front came through. Predictably, there was some good fishing ahead of the front, and lots of whitecaps behind it. I went trollin more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-10-21
10:07 AM

First Cold Fronts of the Season - After the first cold front of the season passed through the bay early in the month summer weather returned. It was in the low 90's for about a week in Mid October and that actually brought the water temperature back up to 89 degrees. It has been dry more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-10-09
10:27 AM

Water Clarity Improves - Water clarity has improved this week due to drier conditions, but the inshore fishing has been slow behind the full moon. I fished a lazy outgoing tide yesterday out of my canoe between the Simmons Park boat ramp and Apollo Beach, and I didn't see mu more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-09-30
9:15 AM

Good Start to Fall Fishing - The first week of fall fishing was a good one on the Southshore flats. Travis Akroyd reported hot fishing for snook and trout in the early evening using live bait. He told me he caught and released 10 short snook and a limit of trout. Bottom f more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-09-15
6:19 AM

A Career Day on Tampa Bay - After weeks of slow fishing in late August, things finally picked up the first week in September. The water condition still remains warm and murky, but the bite has certainly picked up. Keli Emery and I had a career day in the middle of the bay l more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-09-05
9:12 AM

Night Fishing A Cool Summer Alternative - Slow fishing continues to keep the catching at a minimum. Average water temperature in the Gulf of Mexico has stayed at 89 degrees for about a month and a half. That makes daytime fishing expectedly slow. Night fishing is a good option, particula more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-08-31
4:57 PM

Summer Conditions Continue - The latest new moon provided a great minus tide around sunset, which is probably my favorite time to fish on Tampa Bay. When the sandbars rise out of the water and you can see the swash channels, amazing things can happen. The problem has been t more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-08-22
10:59 AM

Summer Doldrums are Here - The near miss by a tropical storm shut the bite down pretty hard for a couple of days. Even the offshore fishing was reported to be slow, according to Capt. Larry Malinsoki. We did catch a few fish ahead of the storm. Last weekend we had great l more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2009-08-13
10:57 AM

Mid Summer Conditions - I don't think I have ever seen the water clarity on Southshore Tampa Bay as poor as it has been in recent weeks. It's due to all the rain we have had in the past few months and it's probably not going to improve any time soon. That's the bad news. Th more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

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