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Fishing Reports by Capt. Stewart Ames


2017-11-13
5:32 PM

Kingfish here. Snook Bite still good. - What's the best thing about fishing in Northern Pinellas County during the fall? Diversity. There are so many species available to be caught that a plan must be made the night before to know what tackle to have on board…snapper, grouper, kingfish, more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2017-07-10
6:18 PM

Hot Weather has Yet to Cool Action - June fisnished strong with snook generally outnumbering redfish on most charters. Setting up on time tested beach locations for snook was almost gauranteed to produce results if a little patience was employed. On some days, chumming with white bait more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Clearwater


2017-05-03
4:59 PM

Redfish and Snook Coming to Life - Over the last 30 days, summer arrived. In a typical year, as the large seatrout start to thin out, redfish move in and near shore fishing on the artificial reefs heats up with abundant catches of mackerel, snapper, kingfish, bonita and others. This more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2017-02-23
6:17 PM

Big Trout Remain Strong, Redfish Beginning to Show - Unseasonably warm weather remained the rule and large seatrout seem to appreciate it. Fishing for the larger winter spotted seatrout has ben as good this year as any in recent memory with limit catches continuing to be the norm. Whitebait has been a more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2017-01-11
9:35 AM

Inshore / Offshore Mixed Bag - Continued high water temperatures extended fall fishing through the month of December. The plan for most guides in Northern Pinellas County at this time of year is the following: Plan A - Target the bountiful large seatrout that invade St Joseph's So more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2016-12-16
11:26 AM

Winter is Here - As fall heads towards winter, fishing becomes a weather controlled event. First, based on overall water temperatures, some fish arrive and others leave. Second, cold fronts dictate when fishing will be good or bad. November provided great near sho more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2016-11-24
9:36 AM

Near Shore Fishing heats Up - Near Shore reefs have come alive with life. Quality sized Spanish mackerel have invaded inshore hard bottom areas with a vengeance, devouring any hapless whitebait thrown in their direction. For anglers interested in simply bending rods, there is n more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2016-09-27
4:35 PM

Tampa / Clearwater Fishing in September - Tampa Fishing Guides look forward to two times of year in West Central Florida...winter's transition to spring and summer's transition to fall. Both of these seasons trigger several species to gather and go on the feed. The cooling waters of Sept more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Clearwater

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