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Fishing Reports by Capt. Stewart Ames

4:57 PM

It's hot but there are fish to be caught - August and early September would definitely be considered the dog days of our local fishing. With that said, the beauty of living in Florida is that there is always something to catch. Inshore, redfish dominate the scene. Even high eighty degree more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

6:40 PM

The Heat of Summer is Upon Us - The crazy snook bite in Northern Pinellas County is starting to wind down. Large fish are still being caught but not nearly in the numbers of a few weeks ago. With that said, double digit snook days were happening right up until August…but smaller more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

10:22 AM

Snook Bite Remains on Fire - June snook fishing was excellent with numerous trips producing in excess of 20 snook. Although some of these were certainly the smaller males in the 24 to 28 inch class, most trips also had numerous large females sprinkled into the mix as well. Jum more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

12:47 PM

Action Strong on reds and Big Trout - After not fishing for the full month of April courtesy of the stay at home orders, fishing captains in Pinellas County are back to catching fish. Recent trips have provided strong action on redfish and sea trout. The large redfish of March seem to more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

4:38 PM

Inshore Fishing on Fire - Fishing through the end of March was nothing short of exceptional with snapper, kingfish, Spanish mackerel, snook, redfish and seatrout all being a part of the weekly mix of species. The highlights were kingfish within two miles of the beach. Fishi more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

4:35 PM

Snapper, Redfish and trout fishing all hot - Numerous customers over the last few weeks expressed an interest in catching a fish dinner so, with the primary three inshore species closed, trips were run to near shore hard bottom when weather allowed. Results were quite positive. Mangrove snapper more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

9:50 AM

Big Numbers of Trout / Small, Scattered Redfish - January was the expected mix of cold fronts and warming trends. Fortunately, the fronts didn't result in an excessive number of trip cancellations. Trout fishing has been wide open, possibly relating to the fact that these fish cannot be harveste more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

11:34 AM

Seatrout Rule - Large seatrout fishing has remained the primary attraction in St Joseph's Sound. Although many anglers are disappointed that fishing is all catch and release, it has certainly helped sustain the local volume of fish. On a bad day maybe 10 fish will more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

6:45 PM

Weather Patterns Dictate December Fishing - Fishing in December is best described as unpredictable. One day may provide outstanding fishing and then, a day or two later, a weather change just shuts things down. Tides and weather patterns play a major role in determining which days will ultim more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

3:11 PM

Kingfish Arriving Now - The first of fall's cool fronts has just worked it's way through the Tampa Bay Area. With scattered kingfish a few miles off the beach last week, the near shore bite for these speedy gamefish should be on once waters calm down and clear up over th more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

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