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Fishing Reports by Capt. Nick Angelo


2009-01-13
2:50 PM

Extreme Low Tides for Sight FIshing Redfish - The redfish in Tampa Bay were schooled up and feeding well this past week. Some redfish schools has fish over the slot. Fly fishing clients had plenty of shots at fish in clear, shallow water. The fly we've been using the most is a small black toad more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-12-17
3:15 PM

Trout and Redfish Fly Fishing - Tampa Bay and The Nature Coast - The redfish fly fishing action continues to be fantastic. The redfish were all caught sight fishing. It's an awesome sight to watch a red charge and grab your fly! . The past few weeks have provided some great days on the water. All of my redfish tri more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-11-22
2:56 AM

Cold Weather Brings Hot Fishing - Fishing this past week was great for redfish, trout, and snook, in North Tampa Bay and along the Nature Coast. The weather finally got chilly last Saturday. A cold front came through and ended our unseasonably warm weather. We also had super low tide more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-11-08
2:01 PM

Redfish and Trout on Fly - Tampa Bay and The Nature Coast Fishing for trout and redfish along Florida's Nature Coast has been great this past week. We carried only fly rods and left the spinning rods at the dock. The sight fishing for reds has been spot-on, when the tide is more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-10-15
4:08 AM

More afternoon redfish on fly - The afternoon lows have provided some great tailing redfish action. Although the tides were not real low last week, the steady north wind made them lower than predicted. I find when the tide is at a 0.5 or lower, the redfish must leave the flat. When more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-09-29
3:12 PM

Tampa bay tailing reds on fly - I enjoy finding redfish in skinny water. It's the hunt I like almost as much as catching the fish. I watch the reds for a bit as they tail or push water. Then quietly pole and stalk the fish, to get the angler in front, close enough to present a more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-09-26
7:07 PM

Reds under the lights - The west Coast is has some awesome night fishing for snook under the docks. From St. Pete on northward, there are great opportunities to catch redfish and seatout as well. This time of year can produce good numbers of reds and feisty seatrout on f more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-09-01
11:37 AM

Afternoon Tailing Redfish - The afternoon low tides brought tailing redfish in portions of upper Tampa Bay. The redfish were feeding in the sloughs, sand holes, and thick grass. Smaller fish were spread out along the flats, and some schools of bigger fish working the edges. more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2008-08-07
3:25 AM

A few Tarpon, when the weather cooperates. - The weather has been a constant battle this tarpon season. In between the storms, rain, and west winds, we had some good days on the water these past few weeks. Fly anglers had some good chances at glory, late in the season. The tarpon were not as p more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay

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