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Anna Maria Fishing Reports

2:07 PM

Happy Thanksgiving - Went grouper fishing last tuesday just before the closing. We limited out on gags to fifteen pounds by ten in the morning. Almost every drop was a fish. Never made it to the number I was heading for After we had our limit of gags we started to fish f more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

5:37 PM

Anna Maria Island Fishing is Hot - We had good catches of gag grouper in the shallow gulf and bay. There were also a few keeper red grouper in the hard bottom areas. In the chum line we also got some school sized kingfish and big spanish mackerel. Some large flounder over 20 inches we more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

12:55 PM

Timing is everything! - Last week started slow after a front blew in then got better and better as the week went on. Monday's half day trip was tough fishing. We managed to catch a few nice fish by days end but had to really work for a bite. Tuesday I fished the beaches and more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

9:49 AM

Fall Fishing - Fishing before the weather this past week was very good. Reds where scattered but with a little moving around we found plenty. Most fish are slot fish in the twenty to twenty four inch class. Flounder fishing was also good while fishing the outside p more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

6:20 PM

Mack Attack - Spanish Mackerl and kingfish made a good showing off Anna Maria beaches this past week. All you have to do is find the flocks of birds over the bait schools and the predators are not far behind. Put a chum bag out and a few live baits and your in bus more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

6:24 AM

The fall migration has begun! - The days are getting shorter and just a little cooler. If we notice the difference you can bet the fish do. Bait is stacking up at the mouth of Tampa bay as well as just of the beaches. I went on a busmen's holiday on Friday with a group of frien more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

8:27 AM

Seeing Red - Red fishing has really picked up the past couple of weeks. The big schools of breeders have invaded the flats. Most of these fish are over size between twenty nine inches and thirty four inches. I am having better luck on the last of the outgoing t more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

5:30 PM

Reds showing in anna maria - With the rec ent rains there has been big schools entering all flats from Skyway to Ringling bridges. Big reds in the 28-34 inch range more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

4:13 PM

Anna Maria Bay fishing - We are starting to see a few more reds on the flats. Shiners or gold spoons have been working. Trout are still cooperating in early morning. Kingfish should be here shortly. more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

7:54 AM

Changes are coming - The west wind we have had for the last couple of weeks finally changed to the east. Anytime we are in a westerly pattern it seems it just makes fishing in are area harder. We still caught fish, you just had to work for every bite. It is still la more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

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