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Fishing Reports by Capt. Fred Everson


2008-11-12
10:12 AM

Low Tide Fishing - The weather was much better this week, cooler but with less wind. A drop in water temperature and lack of rain has improved water clarity, but it's still a little murky for this time of year. Despite that, the bait was still on the flats, and it was more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-10-31
1:02 PM

Water Cools Off -- Action Heats Up - The first serious cold fronts ripped across Tampa Bay this week, and for those who got out ahead of them the fishing was good. It was windy for most of the past week, so my fishing was confined to the Little Manatee River. Capt. Chet Jennings also more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-10-24
6:29 AM

Fall Fishing Arrives - Water temperature in the bay has begun to drop, and that's good news for fishermen. I went wading for the first time in a long while, and was surprised at how cool the water was, despite some recent high temperatures. The most recent reading from the more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-10-18
4:38 AM

Fall Run of Jacks Invade Little Manatee River - There has been little change in water temperature for the past two weeks, and that is restricting the best snook bite to its nocturnal norm. If you want to catch snook in hot weather, it's best to be on the water from the hours between sunset and sun more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-10-07
9:22 AM

Trout bite heats up - The abundance of scaled sardines on the Tampa Bay flats is the big story this week. Every where I have been on both sides of the bay, I have been seeing large schools of good sized white bait. With so much live bait available, it's hard to believe th more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-10-02
6:11 AM

Water Temperature Begins to Drop - September was unseasonably warm and that kept water temperature in the high 80's. Ivan and Gustav went elsewhere, and all we got was a little wind. Even so, water clarity improved somewhat with drier weather, and fishing has picked up. Spanish more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-09-24
12:08 PM

September Has Been Hot and Dusty - The wind calmed down and thunderstorms abated this past week, and local fishing picked up. Capt. Chet Jennings reported a great day on Bahia Beach reef where his clients hooked and landed a 50 pound tarpon, a bunch of big Spanish mackerel and a few more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-09-18
4:11 PM

Hot September Makes for Cold fishing - September has been the hottest month I can remember in 14 years of fishing Tampa Bay. Water temperature is still in the high 80's and the fishing has been so-so. When it has been dead flat calm, the heat has been nearly unbearable in my open skiff. more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-09-08
12:46 PM

Snook Season is On but Bite has been slow - Snook season is on, and good riddance to August. It was a wet month with lots of wind, and fishing was worse than slow. Even though we didn't get much weather out of Fay, it sure blew like crazy for nearly a week. Water temperature in the Gulf wa more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-09-02
12:25 PM

Mackerel Bite Heats Up - Light winds let me get out a couple of days this week, and the fishing was okay on Wednesday. I bottom fished with Capt. Rick Bollinger and it was slow, but we caught a few grunts, mangrove snapper, Spanish mackerel and a nice flounder. We caught the more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

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