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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Markovich


2010-10-05
8:21 PM

Sunday Sunday Tampa Bay - Sunday Sunday can't trust that day, do you remember that song by the Mamas and the Papas? Today's reports starts with a weather report which is never a good sign. The winds were out of the North a solid 15 mph which turned the redfish flats into a s more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-10-02
5:25 PM

Big trout Tampa Bay - Well redfish were not to be found Saturday morning. This Captain perched up in my tower saw only a couple singles no schools. The winds 10-15 mph out of the North East made sighting a big challenge. Spotted sea trout were abundant along sandy pot more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-09-30
8:43 PM

Fall action Tampa Bay - Fall is slowly descending on Tampa Bay. Mornings are noticeably cooler with less humidity. Waters temperatures in Tampa Bay are in the low 80's ands soon will edge into the magical 70's. The Redfish action should remain outstanding for over the s more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-09-25
9:02 PM

Bonita Action Tampa Bay - Bait on the flats was really tuff this morning. A bucket of chum along with 10 tosses of the cast net resulted in maybe 20 decent white baits. Captain Steven got wise and quickly ran to the Skyway Bridge and was greeted by tons of white bait. No chu more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-09-19
3:37 PM

Tampa Bay redfish action remains hot - Captain Steven eased out of the marina under the cover of darkness Sunday morning. Low humidity combined with the NE breeze made the run to gather bait a true joy. It took some patience to find the redfish candy aka white bait. Choppy water condi more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-09-18
7:17 PM

Mega redfish day Tampa Bay - Blitzing is common for Mackerel, Bluefish, Bonita but not Redfish. Today was one of those phenomenal days that happens once in awhile. More in a minute. Today I had the distinct pleasure of having to super redfish anglers onboard. Dave & Jim are n more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-09-04
7:22 PM

Solid snook day Tampa Bay - Amazing best describes Captain Steven's morning. Slick, calm conditions made for a beautiful run up Tampa Bay. Today was a snook scouting day. The freeze from last winter dealt our snook population a serious blow but some fish survived. I targeted ar more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-09-03
6:22 PM

Big Reds - The winds that followed heavy rains are a distant memory on departed Tampa Bay. The forecast for the next 5 days looks very encouraging. Combine good early morning hides tides, cooler water temperatures and improved water clarity means its back to ga more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-08-29
2:08 PM

Jacks and more Jacks - Saturday morning the plan was simple, find one of several big schools of large redfish roaming the Ft. Desoto area. The east winds blowing 15 mph made sight fishing a nightmare so I abandoned that plan and looked to get out of the wind. A quick run more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2010-08-25
7:06 PM

Tampa Bay bite remains hot - Captain Steven was back on the water Wednesday after the sudden passing of my Mother. Mom was so proud of the charter business I've built. Today's trip started on the flats adjacent to the Skyway Bridge gathering bait. It was an exciting adventure more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay

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