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Fishing Reports by Capt. Tom Chaya


2017-09-16
6:13 AM

hot fishing - fishing has returned to normal after hurricane Irma. Water temps lowered and reds and snook have been on a good bite more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2017-08-10
7:18 AM

Anna Maria mangroves - After a summer lull the mangrove snapper fishing has picked up. Small shiners and shrimp are good baits around deep grass in the bay or all structures in the bay and gulf. Lots of trout have moved in over the deeper grass edges. Spanish mackerel are more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2017-02-02
6:31 AM

anna maria winter fishing - Water temps are staying in the 64 degree range. Winter trout fishing has been excellent. Plenty of trout between 18 and 24 inches. Pompano and permit have been spotty but we are catching a few each trip. Sheepshead will be peaking the next couple o more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2017-01-07
6:45 AM

anna maria still hot in January - Unusual warm temps \\ kept the fish bite off the charts. plenty of snook on the flats and deeper holes. Catching around 40 a day. Big trout in there wintering holes have been busting shiners and jigs. A big school of reds is roaming on Sarasota bay more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2016-08-19
2:50 PM

Mangroves on Anna Maria - Mangrove snapper has been excellent over hardscape throughout the bay and shallow gulf. Early morning hours combined with the strong tide provided the best action. Spanish Majority mackerel have been working the upper water column in the same area more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2016-06-30
4:23 PM

Anna maria fishing Summer species - After a few months of excellent permit fishing they continue to be a good target. The permit have moved to deeper areas from 60 -80 feet over wrecks. A summer staple is mangrove snapper. They are hitting shiners around every structure throughout the more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2015-12-27
2:50 PM

Warm December leads to good snooking - Water temps on the flats are still over 70 degrees. We are still catching plenty of snook on the open flats and still using shiners. A few trout are showing and are a bit late due to the temps. Winter species are creeping in with sheepshead, pompano more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2015-10-15
4:10 PM

weather cools fishing stays hot - A drop in water temps have given the kings their first good push. Big shiners fished from 30 to 60 feet have been productive. Large mackerel are hitting around bait schools in the shipping channel and artificial reefs. Flounder have been on the move more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2015-07-03
11:18 AM

Anna Maria Summer Fishing 2015 - Best bets for summer are: Permit on wrecks 12 miles out Reds- few schools beginning to work areas bars. Snook are in passes and a few trophies on near shore reefs. Mangrove snapper on all structure, reefs and bridges. Trout in clean water ove more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2015-04-08
6:47 PM

Warm water = Hot fishing - We are enjoying some of the best fishing. Weather is warming and cooperating. Kingfish have moved in over the areas reefs from 20 feet on out. A mix of Spanish mackerel and kings are in the chumlines. A few big cobia have been boated. I fished on an more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

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