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Wintertime Trout and Redfish

Capt. Paul Hajash
March 5, 2010
Clearwater - Saltwater Fishing Report

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. Mike and Stacey, visiting from up north, caught several nice fish on artificial jigs near the small Islands lining the coast of Clearwater and Dunedin. Clear, clean water was the key to finding trout as the cloudy water near the passes did not produce fish. On February 23rd, Scott W. went fishing for his 60th Birthday. Although, weather was not idea - we managed to keep eight nice trout for a family fish fry. Residential canals have been productive this month offering some protection from the cold windy days. Steve's friend caught a large 34 inch Redfish under a boat dock in Clearwater. He was using shrimp for bait. March should offer warmer days and water temperatures that make fishing more pleasant. Come on Spring!

Capt. Paul Hajash (727) 251-2623

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Saltwater inshore fishing the shallow waters of Clearwater/St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay. Live bait, artificial and fly fishing the flats and mangrove Islands from Clearwater north to Tarpon Springs. Our most common species are Redfish, Trout, Snook and Tarpon during the Spring and Summer. Everything is included.

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Reel Florida Adventures
190 Seminole Street
Clearwater, FL 33755
Phone: 727-251-2623
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