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Fishing Reports by Capt. Tom Chaya


2013-03-24
5:44 PM

Anna Maria Fishing Charters - Fishing Update - Fishing has been excellent on the calmer days. Kingfish started showing up even though the water temperatures are in the mid sixties. We hooked a few to 15 pounds in 30 feet. Plenty of spanish mackerel were around the reefs and hard bottom. Big shine more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2013-03-01
11:10 AM

Anna Maria Fishing Charters - Mild water temperatures pushed a lot of fish on to grass areas around the areas bars. Snook and reds were hitting on shiners on the higher tides. Nice trout in the 18-22 inch range were on the deeper grass and feeding on shiners and soft plastics. Th more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2013-02-07
10:38 AM

Anna Maria Fishing Charters - Feb. 7, 2013 - We had great days of snook fishing in the last couple weeks with warmer bay temperatures. Larry and Carol Vifquan of Boston caught and released over two dozen with the largest at 32 inches. They were caught on large shiners. They also had a good run more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2013-01-14
8:20 AM

Pompano Make Good Showing, Also Blues and Mackerel - Pompano Make a Good Showing, Along with Blues and Mackerel Pompano made a nice showing throughout are area. Dick McNabb and crew from Longboat Key jigged up a couple dozen using potgut jigs. Best numbers are around structure in all the passes and more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2013-01-03
10:16 AM

Dropping Water Temps Pushing Trout Deeper - Water temperatues have dropped into the low sixties. This has pushed the trout into the deeper channels. Rod Elwanger and family had an excellent day on monster trout up to 28 inches and a dozen snook up to 32 inches. They were hitting on floated shi more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2012-11-28
9:36 AM

November 2012 - AMI Fishing Update - Fishing Report - Nov. 27, 2012 - Plenty of strong cool north winds kept most of our fishing in the bay and shallow gulf. Large trout have moved into shallow pockets in Sarasota Bay. Good numbers of trout over 22 inches were caught on live shiners and more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2012-11-08
4:19 PM

Cooler Temperatures Keep Fish Closer to Shore - Cooler water temperatures will keep kingfish, spanish mackerel, and grouper closer to shore. The kingfish bite was off last week due to rough north winds but are expected to get better as the water conditions improve. Target large bait schools or wor more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2012-10-29
9:18 AM

October 29, 2012 - Fishing Update - Anna Maria Fishing Charters - Fishing Report Oct. 29, 2012 - There are a lot of kingfish that migrated into our area. They were following large bait schools a few miles outside all the areas passes. Chumming or slow trolling big sardines were product more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2012-10-08
8:23 AM

Fishing Update - Oct. 8, 2012 - The nearshore waters are loaded with big spanish mackerel. The macks are following large bait schools over most hard bottom from 30 feet on out. The King mackerel run has not developed yet. I think we need a drop in water temperature to push the big more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria


2012-09-17
1:31 PM

Redfish - Sharks - Mackerel !! - Spanish mackerel and kingfish made a good showing . Plenty of schools in 30 -40 feet were crashing on bait schools. The macks were big mostly in the 4 - 5 pound range and the kings were schoolers. I expect this action to continue right through Decemb more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

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