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Fishing Reports by Capt. Fred Everson

6:54 AM

Cold and Windy -- Again - I just looked at the thermometer on my porch that overlooks the mouth of the Little Manatee River. It's 33.5 degrees. That might do for a nice day of ice fishing in northern Vermont, but is totally unacceptable for West Central Florida, so I will lea more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

4:47 PM

Cold Fronts and Wind Dominate - A precipitous drop in water temperature at the end of last month shut most fishing down for a few days. It was clear and cold for nearly a week, but not cold enough to kill any fish. At least I heard no such reports. The water temperature got as low more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

5:47 PM

Coldest Week of the Year - Water temperature has dropped more than 10 degrees in the last five days. However, the wind is going to lay down tomorrow, but then again, the air temp will be in the high 30s at daybreak. If this pushes the water temp down into the mid 50s, expect more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

4:11 PM

Winter Fishing is Herel - Water temperature continues to hold in the high 60s and low 70s, and that's much warmer than usual. In general, it makes for good fishing and that's been the case so far this year. On my latest trip with Mike Strickland and Marc Glass we went across more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

6:34 AM

Trout Season Back On - Trout season is on again in Tampa Bay, starting today. The catch and release action in December would seem to indicate that it will be a banner year for trout; never have I seen so many fish over 20 inches. All my most recent trout were caught more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

9:01 AM

Big Trout Await - Winter fishing conditions have been in effect for the past few weeks with lots of wind, some rain, and fickle temperatures. It will be hard to plan a fishing trip in advance for the next few months because of regular cold fronts. Wind is the culpr more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

7:11 AM

Cold and Windy - The weatherman isn't always right. When he forecasts the wind and says it will blow 10 to 15 knots, I usually ad 'em both together and that comes closer to actual conditions, and that's what fishermen have been dealing with for the past few weeks. more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

4:04 AM

Mid Winter Fishing Arrives Early - A series of cold fronts has made for some difficult fishing on the Southshore flats of Tampa Bay. Water temperature is now at 65 degrees, the point where snook stop actively feeding, and other species slow down. There are some opportunities on t more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

9:16 AM

Cold Fronts Rule November - Water temperature in the Gulf has dropped into the low 70s and that's a magic number. It usually triggers some fine fall fishing. Cold weather might make it less than comfortable, but the fishing usually gets pretty good when the wind lies down. Unfo more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

7:57 AM

Slow Fishing Behind Cold Fronts - Fair weather made for some great fishing this past week, but the catching wasn't all that hot. I tried redfish and snook on the flats between Apollo Beach and Big Pass, and we caught a few fish, but worked for each and every one. Mike Strickland cau more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

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