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Anna Maria Fishing Reports

9:30 AM

Welcome the doormats - Went for a change of pace this week. Headed out to the nearshore reefs to check out the spanish and mangrove bite. On wednesday we caught nice mangrove snapper while bottom fishing the one mile reef. When that bite slowed I started moving around and more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

2:01 PM

Anna Maria Reds - Redfish are starting to show and will continue in more numbers as the summer moves on. Expect more spanish mackerel and bigger trout. more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

8:00 AM

Reds on incoming snook on outgoing - Fishing around the bay was mostly good this week as long as you could dodge the thunder storms. The redfish bite is getting better by the day. We stayed in one spot last friday all morning and caught reds the whole time. Most fish where in the twenty more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

3:09 PM

Mango's and Reds moving in - Mangrove Snapper are making there way into the bay following the summer time hatch of sardines. Almost every piece of structure will have its share of fish. For whatever reason some pieces hold more and better quality of snapper. The seven mile reef more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

4:05 PM

Mixed Bag - Bending rods is the name of the game. We are catching a mixed bag of fish. Depending on the day and the charter I have each day has been different. One day I will have a tarpon trip and the next I will have a family with young kids that just want som more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

5:47 AM

Redfish showing up - Tarpon are still the buzz around Anna Maria. You do not have to travel far to get on fish. Shinners, crabs and threadfins are all working great. Most fish are running from eighty pounds to one hundred and twenty with a few over one fifty crashing the more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

6:59 PM

Anna Maria Tarpon teaming - It is the middle of Tarpon season and they are cooperating very well. Schools of a hundred tarpon are in the passes and beaches. Hookups of 10 or more a day are not uncommon more...
Capt. Tom Chaya - Anna Maria

2:32 PM

Last week of May name your fish. - Started the week tarpon fishing in the pass off the north end of Anna Maria with Shane from Eustis florida. We landed three fish in the eighty to hundred and twenty pound range. All on a morning incoming tide, while fishing with crabs for bait. more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

9:44 AM

Tarpon have moved in - This past full moon in May has really brought the Tarpon migration in. Lots of fish both in the bay and on the beaches. Threadfins, shiners, pinfish, mullet, and pass crabs are all working. The trout bite is still good in water from six to eight more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

4:13 PM

Tarpon time - If you are into tarpon fishing now is the time.The bite at the Sunshine Skyway is going off. Some boats are reporting as many as fourteen bites in a mornings fishing! I have not got back out to the reefs in the last week because of high winds. Tu more...
Capt. Rick Gross - Anna Maria

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