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Fishing Reports by Capt. Fred Everson


2008-01-21
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - Lots of wind and cooler weather kept most anglers off the water this week, and the forecast for the next few days is little better. Winter weather in January – go figure. I am seeing plenty of sheepshead around the mouth of the Little Manatee Rive more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-01-15
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - A return to warmer than usual weather made good things happen for fishermen on Tampa Bay’s Southshore this week. With light winds out of the east for much of the week, sight-fishing opportunities abounded between the mouth of the Alafia River and Joe more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-01-07
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - The New Year started with a severe cold front that brought high winds and lowered water temperature 12 degrees overnight. On Wednesday morning I took a walk along the banks of the Little Manatee River and saw some jack crevalle floundering about on t more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2008-01-01
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - Outside of one serious cold front a week before Christmas, our Florida weather has been angler friendly. Of course, the better the weather, the poorer the fishing – but not quite. Water and air temperature both remain unseasonably warm, meaning snook more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2007-12-26
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - The first major cold front of the season has come and gone, and it pushed water temperatures back into the 60s. That should send snook scurrying for deeper, warmer water, but I’m still finding a few on the flats. My buddy Gabe Krakowski of Brooklyn h more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2007-12-21
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - It doesn’t feel much like Christmas, but for local anglers that’s a good thing. Temperatures continue to reach highs in the 80s and water temps hover around 70 degrees – about 10 degrees above normal on both counts. Capt. Tom Rinehart of Apollo Bea more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2007-12-10
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - Despite great weather this week, there was light traffic around the mouth of the Little Manatee River. Attribute that to the closure of snook season last Saturday, though some of the guides kept after them as a catch and release proposition. Capt. Da more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2007-12-06
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - Great weather dominated the local fishing scene early in the month. Light winds, blue skies, and clear water made for great sight casting opportunities on the flats. I continued to target redfish and bonnethead sharks with success. Early in the morni more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2007-12-03
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - Unseasonably warm weather forced me to fish nearly every day this week. A little early morning fog on Thursday and Friday were slight impediments, but the water temperature is still hovering in the upper 60’s, and that makes for plenty of action on t more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay


2007-11-26
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - South Shore - Good weather again this week, though it got windy Thanksgiving night. There was a big school of 12 to 15 pound jacks terrorizing baitfish in the Little Manatee River earlier this week, but they have since disappeared. Probably has something to do wit more...
Capt. Fred Everson - Tampa Bay

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