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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steven Markovich


2011-02-05
3:18 PM

Pea Soup Tampa Bay - Pea soup fog and a light drizzle greeted Captain Steven on today's scouting trip. I originally planned on running across Tampa Bay to Bishops Harbor but the fog ended that so I stayed close to O'Neill's Marina looking for new hot spots. Casting a more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-02-04
7:06 PM

Monster sheepshead, redfish, trout Tampa Bay - Captain Steven welcomed his anglers at O'Neill's Marina and immediately knew it would be a fun day. We then made the 15 mile run across a very smooth Tampa Bay to the Little Manatee river. We were greeted with Dolphins and Manatees upon arrival. A more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-30
6:03 PM

Redfish action remains hot Tampa Bay - The early morning fog made navigating tricky but catching redfish once again was easy! Captain Steven has the redfish dialed in working deep cuts along mangroves and oyster bars. Winter low tides have redfish in big schools packed tight in these area more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-29
7:52 PM

Large redfish action Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Redfish action remains red hot! Captain Steven departed O'Neill's Marina at 9 am with anglers Dan & Dave for a day of chasing redfish on Tampa Bays eastern shoreline. It took a few minutes then Dan had back to back redfish. Dave working more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-28
6:53 PM

Wind blown options Tampa Bay - Captain Steven shocked all my pals at O'Neill's Marina Sunday as I showed up wearing pants. It's only the second time the last 3-4 years I was not in my trademark shorts. With Dan onboard we headed to Tampa's eastern shoreline to catch 50-100 redf more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-16
6:01 PM

100 Redfish Sunday Tampa Bay - Amazing best describes this mornings redfish action. In 3 hours I took over 100 redfish with 2 other boats taking similar totals! What a difference a day makes! I felt so bad for my anglers from Saturdays they would have loved this action. The red more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-15
7:22 PM

Chilly Water Tampa Bay - Saturday started as a scouting trip to the Little Manatee River but that all changed at O'Neill's Marina. Captain Mark Thomas had a charter and when his group arrived with a party of 7 he needed a second boat. Captain Steven was the lucky recipient o more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-09
7:10 PM

Jan mix Tampa Bay - Captain Steven had the pleasure of welcoming 3 generations onboard Sundays Charter. John, son Jason, Joe and Dick were all onboard by 8 am and we made a short run to the Ft. Desoto area. The plan was to focus on docks and canals then transition t more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-08
7:18 PM

Counting Sheep Tampa Bay - Counting sheep was today's theme. Sheepshead better know as the Convict fish for both their stripes and their knack of stealing bait. Sheepies in Tampa Bay area average 1-3 pounds with a true monster 7-10 pounds. With an unusual west wind making more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay


2011-01-03
7:40 PM

Inshore Charters seeing RED Tampa Bay - Redfish are one of Tampa Bay's premiere inshore game fish. Spring and fall are prime seasons fishing skinny waters. Sight fishing schools on oyster bars tight to mangrove islands is common. Winter brings several different options and areas to targ more...
Capt. Steven Markovich - Tampa Bay

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