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Fishing Reports by Capt. Stewart Ames


2018-05-10
4:32 PM

Snook and Redfish Bite Good and Getting Better - Walk outside in the early morning. If the whippoorwills are calling, it's probably the right time of year to start thinking about catching snook. These two events just seem to coincide. Snook have begun to return to the beaches and although there more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-04-06
12:57 PM

Everything is Biting - It's going off!! One of the most difficult decisions right now is what to fish for. Kingfish, large spanish mackerel and snapper are just a few miles off the beach. Locating large schools of threadfin herring is the key to locating the kings. Some s more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-03-07
2:24 PM

Big Trout Crazy Good. - January was cold, February was hot and March is starting off cool. The fish would have every right to be confused. Seatrout fishing has remained stellar nonetheless, with limits the norm. Cold fronts still put them off for a few days but then limi more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-02-13
8:51 AM

Trout Picking Up. Redfish returning. - Quite quickly, temperatures went from unseasonably cold to unseasonably warm. In just a few short weeks, inshore water temps have moved almost 15 degrees and are currently closing in on the 70 degree mark. Logic would say that fishing must be impro more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-01-16
9:26 AM

It's Frosty Out There - The first week in January confirmed that winter will come once again….5 - 6 nights straight with temperatures in the 30's and 40's….more than likely the coldest stretch of nights we'll see this year. From a fishing guide's perspective, that simply t more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


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

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