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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Markovich


2011-03-25
7:46 PM

Lots of options Tampa Bay - Captain Steven had the pleasure of spending a day on the water with Jan Maizler article and travel editor for CyberAngler. With beautiful weather I wanted to show off Tampa Bay and all she has offer. The day started targeting spotted sea trout on more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-03-18
7:33 PM

Big Macks are back Tampa Bay - The Big Macks are back! Our day started at low tide on a grass flat targeting spotted sea trout. The red hot bite the last few weeks was sluggish this morning. Tossing live shrimp under a popping cork and DOA CAL jerk baits took trout to 15. After a more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-03-14
7:20 PM

Redfish and more Redfish Tampa Bay - Redfish redfish and more redfish best describes Tampa Bay's action. Captain Steven has the redfish 17-22 dialed in with most days yielding 20-40 redfish some days more! Sundays action started in 4-6' of 65 degree water chasing trout. DOA CAL 3 more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-03-12
6:40 PM

Non stop redfish Tampa Bay - The most recent cold front is history and a rapid warm up is at hand. Cold fronts in March are more about winds on Tampa Bay. I was not hugely optimistic as the water temperature dropped 6 degrees and was still stirred up from recent winds. Add in a more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-03-06
9:00 AM

Spring 2011 Tampa Bay 3/6 - Tampa Bay is ready to explode! Captain Steven's heart is racing knowing what the next 90 day brings. First Sunday is the last day of the The Tampa Tribune's Outdoors Expo and Boat Show. A great place to spend the day with the kids. The seminar lin more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-02-27
4:41 PM

Hot action Tampa Bay 2/26 - Spring is in the air with warm sunny days pushing 80 and water temperatures reaching 70 on Tampa Bay. At Sunrise we were looking for Drum along with 10 other boats. After 45 minutes of looking we changed gears and ran to the Port Manatee area in sea more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-02-20
4:45 PM

Giant Drum Redfish Trout Mackerel Bonanza Tampa Bay - Amazing best describes today's trip. The morning was like a painting as the sun was rising while the moon was setting. Captain Steven was first on the giant Drum Flats at 7 am and while sipping coffee the Drum appeared like magic not 100 feet away fr more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-02-19
7:50 PM

More Giant Drum Tampa Bay 2/19 - Captain Steven's anglers all want a shot at catching a 50 pound Drum on light tackle. Sight casting to hundreds of Drum tailing in 3' feet of water is an amazing sight. The Tower on my Pathfinder is an ideal platform watching for the giant tails of t more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-02-12
4:56 PM

Winter returned to Tampa Bay - Let's not forget it's still winter as evidenced with this mornings 40 degrees temps combined with a stiff north wind. Remember dressing in layers is key as once the boat gets on plane the wind chill kicks in. I put curtains on my tower last winter a more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-02-06
4:32 PM

Big trout skinny water Tampa Bay - Rain gear was today's fashion statement. The day started with light rain no wind and mild temps. I put the Pathfinder on auto-pilot and sat back drinking coffee and listening to the Reel Animals radio show. It was a very enjoyable ride to the Little more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay

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