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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2018-10-20
8:41 AM

No Red Tide Here - No red tide here!! Water is clean and clear. Snook bite has been going off and on greenies and croakers; but grunts have been the go-to baits. A bucktail jig worked slow on the bottom can produce some bites in deeper areas when they're eating. No more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2018-10-10
8:12 PM

Tampa Bay Fishing Red Hot with Redfish - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Summer is over, the kids are back in school, but the fishing, like the weather, is still red hot! Yep, we've broken records the past few days in Tampa, with temps from 93 to 97 degrees. Only thing cool about this hot weathe more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-09-14
9:41 AM

Mangrove Snapper Bite Red Hot in Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Rivers to Bay Fishing Charters - R2B Fishing with Capt. John Summer is on its way out, and that means cooler weather, but not yet, it's still hot outside and the inshore bite is still RED HOT!. Let's talk about red tide f more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-09-12
8:12 AM

No Red Tide in Tampa Bay! - With all of the talk of red tide here on the West Coast of Florida, it is easy to get caught up in the news. Red tide has devastated SW Florida but thankfully it has not gotten inside of Tampa Bay! The water is safe and the fish are hungry. Please co more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay


2018-09-11
4:05 PM

Tampa Fly Fishing, Clearwater, st Pete beach, Sarasota - Fly fishing Tampa Bay has been great the past few weeks. Fall is approaching and fish will be feeding good for the next few months. Plenty of species are available right now to target on a fly rod. It's also a great time to get out and learn to fly f more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2018-08-26
7:45 PM

Outstanding Fishing In Tampa Bay - Snook, Snapper, & Redfish - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Rivers to Bay Fishing Charters - R2B Fishing with Capt. John Let's first talk about the Red Tide that's hit the gulf coast, I can to say that it has not hit Tampa Bay, St. Pete or Clearwater as of 8/26. I've been out a lot more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-07-19
9:45 PM

Plethora of Fish in Tampa Bay - The Bite's Been Great - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Rivers to Bay Fishing Charters - R2B Fishing with Capt. John The inshore bite has been very good for many species in Tampa Bay, so let's start with Spanish Mackerel; they can be found all over Tampa Bay around the markers more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-07-05
4:03 PM

Tampa Bay's August Fishing Report 2018 - Comfort is paramount to all species and water temperature is a major factor because of its governing effect on a fish's bodily functions. Have you ever questioned why fish congregate in one particular area one day and completely disappear, the nex more...
Capt. Woody Gore - Tampa Bay


2018-07-04
9:59 AM

Summertime Fishing in Full Swing -Rivers To Bay Fishing Charters - Summer fishing is in full swing in Tampa Bay and the surrounding areas. Let's talk Snook for a minute; a large majority of snook have made their way out to the beaches to spawn and the bite has been fantastic. Live baits have been the best choice (G more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-06-19
7:40 AM

Tarpon Bite is On! - As the tarpon work their way north during their seasonal migration, we are lucky enough to have them make a stop here in Tampa Bay. Use heavy 8 foot rods that are in the 30-60 lb line class. Bigger reels and 80 lb leader ensure you can get the fish t more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay

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