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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Markovich


2010-11-20
6:37 PM

More Macks Tampa Bay - Saturday started like a typical November trip with Kingfish and Spanish Mackerel our target. What was not typical was Potters Pier void of bait! Live white baits for both fishing and chumming are key. With a brisk NE wind I did not want to battle cr more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-11-19
7:32 PM

Godzilla Mackerel Tampa Bay - Captain Steven is back on the water after a quick Las Vegas vacation with the Admiral (aka my wife). Stayed at Aria Hotel in a word amazing, when in Las Vegas check it out. Its prime King Fish season and that was our primary target on Saturdays t more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-11-10
8:16 PM

Solid snook day Tampa Bay - Friday's NW winds were brutal and kept most anglers at home. Captain Steven targeted an area protected from the winds and was amazed by what I found. First let me give Maui Jim sunglasses Kudos'. Friday was my first day wearing my new Maui Jim prescr more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-28
8:18 PM

BBI Hooked on Kids Tournament - I had the distinct pleasure of being an invited Captain for The BBI (Burdette Beckmann, Inc.) 2010 Hooked on Kids Charity Fishing Tournament. 100% of the proceeds derived from this event are generously donated to Sheridan House Family Ministries. more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-27
6:43 PM

Big Macks Spanish and King - Big Macks and screaming Kings were our targets Wednesday morning. Before heading to the beaches off St. Petersburg we needed to (you guessed it) get bait. Motoring along the Skyway Bridge at sunrise is as good as it gets. I could see bait flipping ev more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-24
6:39 PM

Children friendly Tampa Bay - West Central Florida's salt water options are many. Monster breeder redfish, 50 pound Kingfish, Mackerel by the thousands and Little Tunny until your arms fall off. The bite is awesome with water temps in the mid 70's. But often trips target smaller more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-16
5:06 PM

Big Bonita Blitz Tampa Bay - Football season is in full swing! Little Tunny aka Bonita or 10-15 pound footballs are thick in lower Tampa Bay. Its no secret local reefs, wrecks and inshore shipping channels are holding big numbers of these amazing speedsters. Saturdays trip w more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-11
7:36 PM

Mack attack continues Tampa Bay - Pelagic species are show showing up in lower Tampa Bay. With the water temperatures in the 70's and bait everywhere conditions are ripe for the fall season. Sunday was another pelagic day for Captain Steven targeting Mackerel, Bonita and Kingfish (I more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-10
3:02 PM

Fast action Tampa Bay - Saturday morning was absolutely gorgeous. Calm winds with the temperature in the lows 70 is as good as it gets. Its nice not being a sweaty mess after catching bait. Bait is good at the Skyway Bridge or flats so pick your spot and load up. My angl more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-09
5:59 PM

Fishing for Hearts Tampa Bay - Friday was all about giving back at the Fishing for Hearts tournament. This was the first event for Fishing for Hearts and Captain Steven was very impressed. Check out Honorary Chairman Joe Madden of the Tampa Bay Rays. Loggerhead Marina in St. Pete more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay

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