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Fishing Reports by Capt. John Rivers


2018-04-05
7:29 PM

Spring Fishing Red Hot In Tampa Bay - Spring is definitely here in Tampa; the temps are just right. Although it's been a bit windy the past couple weeks, the Tampa Bay inshore bite has been outstanding. Lots of Snook being caught in the 22-26 inch range, with a few keepers coming over th more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-03-18
11:26 AM

Spring Break Fishing in Tampa Bay - Spring Break Fishing is here in Tampa Bay and along Clearwater Beach. February was a very warm month in Tampa Bay with much warmer temps than normal which caused the fishing to be very good for Snook and all the other species swimming around Tampa Ba more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-02-26
1:08 PM

Warm Temps has fired off the bite in Tampa Bay - Welcome, fellow anglers to Rivers to Bay's Fishing Report Page. It's been unusually warm for February even breaking some records. The fish are already in their Spring patterns, and that means the fishing is red hot. Snook fishing has been very good more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-02-01
11:14 AM

Cold water Fishing in Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Fishing Report What a weird weather pattern we've dealt with these past few weeks; one week it's really cold like we're in the North pole and then it's back to normal with temps in the mid 60's to lower 70's. A lot of people asked what more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-12-14
8:26 PM

Major Cold Front puts fish in winter mode - Tampa Bay Fishing Re - We had a major cold front on Monday and it was about time. Since this cold weather is supposed to stick around for the next two weeks, it's going to finally put the fish in their winter patterns and fire off the sheepshead bite. Right now the bait more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-11-27
4:47 PM

Fall Brings Cooler Temps and Fishing Heats Up! - Back to normal temps this time of year has the fish biting! The bite has been outstanding the past 10 days and it should stay like this for a while. Let's talk Trout fishing; my clients are enjoying some nice trout to take home this time of year a more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-11-14
11:18 AM

Above Normal Temps Makes for Comfortable Tampa Bay Fishing Trips - Fall showed up for a short time in Tampa Bay; it was bizarre, it got cold for a few days, then it was like Spring showed up with temps in the lower 80's, which wasn't all bad. I like fishing in shorts in November, who doesn't? So with the above norm more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-11-04
10:31 AM

Trout, Snook & Reds you name it! They're biting in Tampa Bay! - Halloween has come and gone and the hunters are getting ready to go deer hunting, but how about us fishermen, what do we do? Well let me tell you: more fishing in Tampa Bay. The red fishing in Tampa Bay really picks up in November with the arrival of more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-10-25
10:55 AM

Fall Has Arrived In Tampa Bay - Cooler Temps Means Great Fishing - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Well, Halloween is not far off, and people are going to the store to get their costumes and candy for the little one's, but not me, I've been fishing a lot these past few weeks. Lots of charters with happy anglers, b more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-10-05
8:01 AM

The Bite is Getting Right In Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Charter Inshore Fishing Report: Oct 3rd October is known for many things, cooler temps up north and usually here as well, pumpkin spice on the menu, and of course, lots of Redfish!! October is a great month to target redfish and snook. T more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

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