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Clearwater Fishing Reports

8:42 PM

Wintertime Trout and Redfish - Hello everyone. February remained almost as cold as January. The best fishing days were the second or third day after a cold front had past through. We found the Spotted Sea Trout bite was best in the afternoon after the moon started to rise. Mik more...
Capt. Paul Hajash - Clearwater

3:25 PM

the hope fo change - Since the weather keeps fluctuating, fishing has been a challenge. Trout are still feeding, but the trend has been taking two days of east winds to gather these fish back into bunches. Most of the fish have been scattered, but are of good qua more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

2:16 PM

back to fishin - Now that it's been about 3 weeks since the arctic cold fronts, Redfish have finally started to feed. With extreme low water, the Reds have been tailing in potholes where the water is a few inches deeper. Live bait or soft plastic shrimp in dark more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

1:27 PM

backwater is slow flounder is hot - The return of the cold fronts as brought in our migratory fish. Schools of big Mackerel are thinning out. These Speedsters have been averaging 3 to 6 lbs. They are scatered. live chum such as scaledsardines has been the best bait. Their big broth more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

2:39 PM

coldfront= fish - After our recent cold front, water temperatures have dropped from 86 to 78 degrees. Fish are on the move and the chew. King Mackerel have just made their presence known in the clearwater area. Live Shad, Ladyfish, and Spanish Mackerel are just a fe more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

7:05 PM

fishing at it finest - Fishing has been awesome lately. There has been plenty of Mangrove Snapper from 2 to 4 Lbs. on the reefs and off our beaches. Catching the limit of these tasty fish has been fairly easy. Also, Grey Snapper, Cobia, and Spanish Mackerel have been more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

3:39 PM

it hot not just heat but fishing - Here we go! More 90 degree days with a few storms mixed in. We always say things like, 'I don't ever remember it being this hot!' or 'I've never seen this much rain!' even though it is the same every year. One thing I know is we make the same type of more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

3:23 PM

pure heat - Pure Heat (July 2007) With our recent hot temperatures and water temps hovering at 90* in the Gulf, and mid 90's in the backwaters, you'd think fishing would be slow. But on the contrary, fishing is just as hot as the weather. Tarpon have been m more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

4:32 PM

game on - june is almost gone and july is right around the conner. tarpon have been on the feed getting ready for the spawn on the full moon. wehave been averging 7 to 8 tarpon and boating 2or3 to the boat. these bad boys have been in the passes at night and i more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

9:34 AM

Getting Back to Normal - with the recent rain fall of 8 and lots of wind thing have got back to normal. tarpon have come back strong there are many schools to give you that shot of a life time with the silverking. snook fishing is awsome sightfishing the beach or fishing fr more...
Capt. Craig Lahr - Clearwater

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