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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2019-12-04
6:45 PM

Weather Patterns Dictate December Fishing - Fishing in December is best described as unpredictable. One day may provide outstanding fishing and then, a day or two later, a weather change just shuts things down. Tides and weather patterns play a major role in determining which days will ultim more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-11-04
3:11 PM

Kingfish Arriving Now - The first of fall's cool fronts has just worked it's way through the Tampa Bay Area. With scattered kingfish a few miles off the beach last week, the near shore bite for these speedy gamefish should be on once waters calm down and clear up over th more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-11-03
1:53 PM

Tampa Bay Fly Fishing Report - October - We had some absolutely incredible weather throughout October which led to some of the best fishing we have all year. Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Big Seatrout, Tripletail, and Permit all joined the party this month but now we have received a couple minor more...
Capt. Ethan Kiburz - Tampa Bay


2019-10-03
11:32 AM

October Offers a Mixed Bag of Opportunties - Redfish have been the primary target of most Tampa Fishing Charters over the last month. Not only have these fish been fairly abundant, many over-slot fish have been around as well. These fish responded to a wide range of baits and, as always, when more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-10-02
12:03 PM

Tampa Bay Fly Fishing Report - This month has provided us with some awesome fishing as our days have started to get shorter and the fish know fall is approaching! Our tides switched this past new moon on 9/28 and our big low tides will happen in mornings through winter and into sp more...
Capt. Ethan Kiburz - Tampa Bay


2019-09-24
1:14 PM

October Reds showed up early - For some, October is known for Halloween,pumpkin patches, and falling leaves, but in the fishing world October means cooler water temps, shorter days, and pumpkin patches. However, our pumpkin patches consist of large schools of redfish throughout Ta more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-09-09
7:03 PM

Big Redfish on the Prowl - The variety of species that are caught inshore in the August / September time frame can be quite limited. In a nutshell, redfish dominate the scene, with a very occasional decent snook showing up now and then. With that said, the last few charters more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-08-19
2:42 PM

Mangrove Snapper Madness _ Tampa Bay - Summertime Fishing in Tampa Bay August is usually a very warm month to say the least in Tampa, and I am usually done with my charters by 12:00 or 1pm at the latest to avoid the beating rays of the sun. However, for the last eight days, we've seen ve more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-08-08
1:36 PM

Snook Cooling Off, Redfish still Eating - The last two weeks of July signaled the departure of many snook from our local beaches. With spawning activity over, these fish have spread back outů.some larger fish probably moving a little bit offshore while many other fish have taken up reside more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-07-24
9:35 AM

Still catching fish in the heat of July - July Tampa Bay Inshore Charter Fishing Report July has been a hot month for sure. I've been out a few times this month but not a whole lot due to the extreme heat. When I have been out I've done very well with the Mangrove Snapper; I'm catcing the more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

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