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Fishing Reports by Capt. John Fischbach


2014-04-22
12:47 PM

Spring Weather Settling In - Tarpon Spring's fishing guide, Capt. Rich Knox of Absolute Florida Flats Fishing, reports the spring regular weather has or at least look's like it is going to level out, and get into it's normal pattern's. April is always a windy month but we've had more...
Capt. John Fischbach - New Port Richey


2014-03-13
12:42 PM

Spring has Sprung - Tarpon Springs, New Port Richey and Clearwater flats fishing guide, Capt. Rich Knox reports flats fishing charters have taken off for many species now that the first school's of migratory bait fish (pilchards) have begun to show up. Sardines or G more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs


2014-02-25
6:22 PM

Red Hot Trout, Redfish and Now Snook - Tarpon Springs, New Port Richey fishing guide, Capt. Rich Knox of the longtime well known fishing guide service Absolute Florida Flats Fishing reports excellent catch's of very nice Spotted Sea Trout, Red-fish on recent fishing charters, limiting ou more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs


2014-01-28
11:58 AM

Winter Fishing Techniques - Tarpon Springs fishing guide, Capt. Rich Knox of Absolute Florida Flats Fishing, a longtime fishing guide service 20 + years serving New Port Richey, Tarpon Springs and the Clearwater and surrounding area reports with the coldest temperatures (air a more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs


2014-01-04
1:11 PM

Spotted Sea Trout Season - Tarpon Spring's fishing guide, Capt. Rich Knox, of Absolute Florida Flats Fishing report's very good Spotted Sea Trout fishing, running fishing charters in the New Port Richey to Clearwater inshore fishing barrier island's and vast pothole laden gras more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs


2013-12-23
1:43 PM

Constant Changeing fishing Pattern's - Tarpon Spring's, New Port Richey Fl. Fishing guide service Absolute Florida Flat's Fishing report's,the cold fronts are starting to roll in so look for a change in fishing patterns. Try to plan your trips the day before or even the day of the front a more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs


2013-12-08
12:41 PM

Holiday Gify Certificate's - Holiday Gift Certificates Absolute Florida Flats Fishing, long time (20+ years) Tarpon Springs fishing guide service and tournament winning charter fishing serves the West Central Florida Gulf Coast with inshore fishing and nearshore fishing the more...
Capt. John Fischbach - New Port Richey


2013-11-14
5:27 PM

The Common Cold Front - Tarpon Spring's fishing guide, Capt. Rich Knox of Absolute Florida Flats Fishing, inshore fishing charters New Port Richey, Palm Harbor and Tarpon springs, with the cold fronts becoming more common (weekly) and the water temperature falling into t more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs


2013-10-22
8:39 PM

Late Summer October Redfish Run - Tarpon Spring's fishing guide service, Absolute Florida Flats Fishing reports very good breeder sized Redfish in and around area pass's and grass flats in the New Port Richey to Clearwater FL. Redfish from 27″ to 34″ and up to 17lb. more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs


2013-09-25
10:52 AM

Fall Fishing Report - Tarpon Springs fishing guide Capt.Rich Knox of longtime Gude Service Absolute Florida Flats Fishing reports with the shorter day's and the sun slowly moving to the south coupled with a few inch's of rain, water temperatures are now in the mid to l more...
Capt. John Fischbach - Tarpon Springs

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