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Fishing Reports by Capt. George Hastick


2015-05-29
11:16 PM

Tampa bay Snook and Cobia - Tarpon and cobia have made their appearance from the mouth of Tampa Bay up to the Howard Franklin area. We have jumped a few tarpon while fishing for Redfish and snook on live scaled sardines. Also keep your eyes peeled for cobia around structu more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2012-11-09
11:29 AM

Cold Fronts Bring Hot Fishing St Pete FL Capt. George Hastick - Fishing between cold fronts can produce a variety of species. On a recent corporate event that I was hired for, the species available was amazing. With a very low tide for most of the morning I stayed off the flats and worked the deeper drop of more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2012-06-13
10:55 PM

Redfish / Tarpon St. Petersburg Report 6-13-12 - The Redfish action continues to be strong with slot to oversized fish being caught around the Tampa Bay area. They are being caught on everything from top water lures, jigs, spoons, live bait and cut bait. If you can get upwind from them and more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-10-27
9:56 PM

Slam Reds, Trout and Snook plus Flounder report Tampa Bay 10-27 - Fall has brought us cooler temperatures and with that the water temperature has dropped into the low 70's. This has brought us spanish and king mackerel that are keyed in on bait pods from just off the Pinellas beaches and around the mouth of Tampa B more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-10-13
1:14 AM

Cooler water equalls Hot Fishing in Tampa Bay - Snook have been actively feeding with good quantities of fish being caught during a moving tide, especially with the cooler water temperatures. The best lures to use are live whitebait but if you prefer lures the super spook jr (top water) and MirrOl more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-07-16
5:03 PM

Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Fishing Report July 15 - By Captain George Hastick July 15, 2011 Redfish are still schooling up in small schools of 5 to 10 fish and all the way up to 50-100 fish in a pack. Most of the schools lately have been in the 18- 24 inch range but there are still big bull reds more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-05-15
9:07 PM

Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Fishing Report Tarpon and Redfish - Tarpon are here and willing to eat especially on the good tide days around the new and full moons. There is a full moon coming up on Tuesday the 17th which will make for good tides and a strong falling tide in the late afternoon which will flush bait more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2011-01-05
8:59 PM

Tampa Bay /St. Petersburg Fishing Report Redfish and Trout - The speckled trout bite is in full force with quantities of 25 - 50 fish in a trip being common. I like to work the edges of drop offs along the grass flats and deep pot holes in the grass flats. A 1/4 oz jig head with a 3 Gulp shrimp or MirrOlure more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2010-12-22
11:08 PM

62 Fish and We Left Them Biting !!! 12-15-10 - I received an email from Gavin who said he would be coming in from England and would like to book a trip. So the plans were made. He had wanted to go early in the week on Monday but with the front I told him Tuesday afternoon but we ended up changing more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg


2010-12-19
7:38 PM

December St. Petersburg Fishing Report - During the winter months with the colder water temperatures look for fish to move into more tolerable areas such as deeper holes on the flats, protected areas from the wind, areas adjacent to power plant outflows,deeper canals, creeks and rivers and more...
Capt. George Hastick - St. Petersburg

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