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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Markovich


2011-12-29
7:20 PM

Challenging Day Tampa Bay - The picture perfect weather that has adorned Tampa Bay came to an abrupt end. Wednesday morning was 10 degrees cooler plus factor in North winds pushing 20 mph and you get the picture. It became very clear early the water was very dirty and churned u more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-12-26
6:16 PM

Gator Trout Tampa Bay - Merry Christmas Tampa Bay shined on inshore fishing charters the week prior to Christmas. Clients from cool and much colder climates were treated with sunny days with temperatures in the low 80's! Gator Trout to 27.5 was last weeks highlight. more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-12-20
6:54 PM

Bonita Action Tampa Bay - Saturday was every bit as beautiful as Friday now the burning question will the action be the same. Slick, calm waters made gathering bait on a local pier a snap. I'm loving life with water temps near 70 and tons of bait readily available. Making more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-12-18
3:17 PM

Winter Slams Tampa Bay - The Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce could not have asked Mother Nature for a better day Friday. Winds under 5 knots, sunny and a high near 80. This winter is starting oh so different from last years record cold winter. The snow birds are loving life. more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-12-10
2:23 PM

Trout Unlimted Tampa Bay - Trout, trout and more trout was Fridays theme. Ultra clear grass flats on Tampa Bay yielded good numbers of spotted sea trout. With the water temperatures still in the mid 60's bait is still abundant and was easy to net. Scaled sardines averaging 3-4 more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-12-06
6:56 PM

Winter Slam Tampa Bay - Early winter is loaded with inshore fishing options on Tampa Bay. Bait remains easy to gather with water temperatures a mild 65. Snook, Redfish and Trout along with a mix of Mackerel, Bluefish, Flounder tossed in for good measure. Monday we starte more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-11-28
6:58 PM

Redfish Bonanza Tampa Bay - Sunday was one of the days when all goes exactly as planned! From the very start the sun, moon, stars apparently were all in alignment. Gathering bait in the wind around bridges can be dangerous so I ran to one of my favorite grass flats and set up i more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-10-21
7:37 PM

BBI Grand Slam Tournament Tampa Bay 2011 - The 2011 BBI Grand Slam Fishing Tournament was held Thursday. The proceeds from this great event are for Sheridan House Ministries. A great organization that benefits kids, what could be better. Giving back is more important than ever. Check out Sher more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-10-08
6:00 PM

Great Fall action Tampa Bay - There are days where charters start with high expectations. Perfect weather, light winds and perfect tides then the fish wont chew! Fridays charter started with stiff NE winds, no sun and not much tide so expectations were not huge. At the end of the more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-09-25
8:33 AM

Amazing Tarpon Kingfish action Tampa Bay - Awesome, amazing, Holly crap Batman only begins to describe Saturdays action. The day started quickly on St. Petersburg beach. My angler Max tossed a white bait of the stern while I pull out the chum bag. Before I deployed it Max's reel began to sing more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay

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