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Fishing Reports by Capt. Fred Everson


2008-06-09
9:27 AM

Wind Finally Dies Down - Finally, a few days of light winds. This certainly improved local fishing opportunities as smaller boats were able to range farther on flat water. We also had great tides this past week, particularly the falling tides of late afternoon. There was more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-05-30
9:50 AM

Calm Days Ahead -- Probably in July - The wind continued to blow throughout much of the month making it very tough to get out in anything but an offshore boat. Every year the winds of March seem to extend deeper into spring, and blow a little harder. I guess we will have a dead flat cal more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-05-27
12:34 PM

Wind and Rain finally Subside - Tough weather conditions kept most anglers off the water much of this week. The wind blew Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, and it was interspersed with rain, and we are scheduled for yet another cold front at the end of May no less. It finally calme more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-05-19
8:44 AM

Wind and Cold Fronts in May? - The wind finally died down to manageable mid week, and the fishing was pretty good. I had my canoe out early one morning in front of Sand Key, just south of the Little Manatee River and I saw quite a few snook and redfish, but they didn't want anythi more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-05-14
9:51 AM

Tampa Bay Kingfish - The winds were down earlier this week, but the tides were slow, and so was fishing on Southshore Tampa Bay by most accounts. Capt. Tom Rinehart of Apollo Beach reported finding some kingfish well inside the bay. He said he saw some bait skipping out more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-05-05
9:12 AM

Summer Like Fishing Last Week - Snook season ended Wednesday and I failed to put a keeper in the box, despite seeing quite a few fish along the mangrove in front of Sand Key. I did catch a 22-inch redfish on the flats in front of the island, and that fish went home for dinner. It h more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-04-28
6:49 AM

Action Heats up on Southshore Tampa Bay - As winds moderated to less than gale force for much of the week and water temperatures rose into the mid 70s action on southshore Tampa Bay heated up. Early last week Terry Akroyd of Ruskin and I decided to take a trip across the bay to Pinellas P more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-04-22
6:21 AM

More Wind and Another Cold Front - Howling winds ruled the Bay early in the week. They roiled the water and lowered the temperature in the Gulf to 66 degrees. That's nearly a ten degree drop from what it was a week ago, and that shut the snook bite down hard. There was very little more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-04-15
9:19 AM

Snook Bite Remains Steady - I have been seeing some very big jack crevalle in the Little Manatee River this week. After fishing 3 days in a row with company and catching very little, I hooked five fish off my dock the afternoon after they left, but landed only one of them. The more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-04-07
12:35 PM

April Begins Much Like March - I am hearing reports of Spanish mackerel from all points on the bay this week. Capt. Danny Guarino said he got cut off several times by mackerel inside Bishop Harbor, and I caught some small fish on the Bahia Beach Reef. Wind was up for most of th more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

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