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Fishing Reports by Capt. Stewart Ames


2022-08-10
2:16 PM

It's Hot - Predictably, snook fishing has begun to slow…typical for early August. Between warming waters and the spawn concluding, large congregations of fish that have been seen on the beach are beginning to diminish. That said, snook fishing can still be pro more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2022-07-08
2:10 PM

Snook and Redfish Still Viable Targets - Snook fishing has just started to slow after 3 - 4 weeks of excellent fishing. From mid May to Mid June, many large fish were caught…mostly on larger whitebaits, grass grunts and slippery dicks. As is common this time of year, waters are heating up more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2022-06-06
1:23 PM

Big snook are here - As June arrived, so did the very large breeder female snook of summer. Fish exceeding 40 inches are now in the neighborhood so tackle up a bit to be prepared. These fish will take blistering initial runs, usually followed by a strong secondary run more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2022-05-13
11:43 AM

Great Time to Fish - With winds finally settling down to some degree, spring fishing is heating up fast. Snook still remain in three different environments…in the backwaters, inside the intercostal waterway and out on the beach. With strong tides approaching in the nex more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2022-03-25
12:29 PM

Redfish and Snook Action Steadily Improving - Although sea trout fishing has not been as exceptional as it usually is in St Joseph's Sound, the redfish and snook bite has begun to pick up noticeably. Redfish action over the last week has been excellent with 6 to 12 fish being caught on recent ch more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Clearwater


2022-02-18
4:17 PM

It's Still Winter - Fishing in Northern Pinellas County has been nothing short of strange this year. The big seatout of winter have still failed to show up in their normal numbers. Some days, 4-5 fish will be caught and then the next day these trout are absent. In a more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2021-12-23
11:42 AM

Trout Heating up Soon - As of mid-December, water temperatures were still in the low seventies…pretty much unheard of for this time of year. These abnormally high temperatures affected several fisheries. Large seatrout, a primary target in early winter for those fishing S more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2021-11-15
4:17 PM

Fall Fishing Bonanza - November can be an exciting month for inshore and near shore fisherman off the Northern Pinellas County Coast. During warming trends, redfish, and even snook can be reliably caught. Granted, the snook average significantly smaller than those found o more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2021-10-13
3:32 PM

Cooler Waters Equal Improving fishing - It's official. October 12th is the day that redfish, snook and trout are open. For those wanting to get dinner before the 12th, and for those who like to eat mangrove snapper, it has been a banner year. Trips to near shore reefs are almost always p more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2021-08-08
11:15 AM

Red Tide Going Away? - After the arrival of red tide in Mid-June off of Northern Pinellas County, fishing has been hit and miss. Red tide's first push into the area seemed to drive the redfish out and do significant damage to local baitfish populations, especially the gra more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

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