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Fishing Reports by Capt. Nick Angelo


2009-11-24
3:05 PM

Fly Fishing Tampa Bay November Report - Fly fishing the Bay area is continuing to get better and better. The cooler water temps are starting to settle in and the tides are getting lower and lower. What does this mean for the fly fishing enthusiast? It means sight fishing for schools or sin more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-10-27
1:08 PM

Tampa Bay Fly Fishing October Report - The temperature is finally stating to drop a little and the fishing is getting the way it should be this time of year. Fly fishing for redfish is really starting to heat up in areas inside of Tampa Bay. The water clarity is good and we've been having more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-10-05
2:21 AM

Fall Fly Fishing Tampa Bay - Fall fishing has arrived in Tampa Bay! The Bay is becoming full of game fish gorging themselves before the coming of winter. The tide is getting real low during the day and the waters are starting to become cool and clear. These are ideal conditions more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-08-27
11:16 PM

August Fly FIshing Tampa Bay - Fly fishing Tampa Bay is great even in August. By far the best way to beat the heat and catch a bunch of fish on fly was to go night fishing. I like to start my trips around 9pm and go till 1 or 2am. But it all depends on the tide. Having good moving more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-08-03
8:23 PM

Late Season Tarpon Fly Fishing Tampa Bay - The Late season tarpon action on fly has been great the past few weeks! We've been getting a good amount of shots each day, seeing between 20-50 fish. Most are singles and doubles, but I have seen a few larger groups between 8-15 fish. It is not the more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-07-07
1:53 AM

Fly Fishing for Tarpon by Day and Snook at Night - Tarpon Fishing has been put on hold for a few days due to the unseasonable weather. We Managed a few days of tarpon fishing in between the storms and blistering west winds. There are still plenty of poons around to through a fly at. We should have so more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-05-30
3:10 AM

Tampa Bay Tarpon on Fly - Tarpon fishing got off to a slow start this week. We saw more and more fish as the week progressed. Fish were showing well on the beach, but conditions were not favorable for fishing out there. Stan from St. Pete boated his first tarpon on fly o more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-05-14
9:35 PM

Fly Fishing for Tarpon in Tampa Bay - There is no need to travel far from the waters around Tampa Bay to catch tarpon on fly. This past week has proven Tampa Bay's worthiness as a top tarpon fishing destination. We had poons going into the air on every trip! All the tarpon were sight fi more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-03-28
5:16 PM

Make The Wind Stop! - Will this wind ever stop? The 20-30mph winds we've been having over the last few days has made fly fishing difficult. The forecast for next week is calling for sunny skies with lighter winds. I hope it holds true! Prior to these extreme winds, we' more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2009-02-05
1:11 AM

Chilly weather Redfish on fly - Fly fishing for redfish continues to be the thing to do on these winter low tides. Schools and single big fish are easy to spot with the blue bird sky conditions. The fish were spooky on the calmer days, but seemed to bite better with a little bre more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay

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