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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


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


2018-06-16
7:40 PM

Big Snook on the Feed - Summer fishing is in full swing. Big snook have invaded the beaches and have provided some spectacular action. When east winds predominate and waters become clear, these large snook become more cautious as baits can be more closely scrutinized. On more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-06-14
11:20 AM

July Fishing Report Tampa Bay 2018 - Captain Woody Gore www.ca - After Alberto we should have plenty of water, but It's July and already hot and humid. But keep in mind that after any extended rainy period, we usually have plenty of dark water, on the other hand remember if you're fishing low water. Especially the more...
Capt. Woody Gore - Tampa Bay


2018-06-05
11:59 AM

Spansih Macekerel, Trout, Snook, the bites on fire! - April showers brought May, well, more showers, actually. It had been raining off and on for nearly 12 days straight and the ground was saturated, and the rivers were about swollen to near max, and then came Alberto. Luckily, for our area, the rain wa more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-05-18
8:50 AM

It's Tarpon Time! - Its that time of year when the silver king begins to make its way into the passes of Tampa Bay. As the fish continue their migration, they will visit us here in Tampa Bay for a few months. The best way to target the silver king is with pass crabs or more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay


2018-05-17
8:58 AM

Tampa Bay Fishing Report May 2018 - Expect good things this month especially as the winds lighten up. Fishing will keep getting better and better. Looks like the best days will be the first and third weeks of May, so make sure to check your tide charts for moving water. more...
Capt. Woody Gore - Tampa Bay


2018-05-10
4:32 PM

Snook and Redfish Bite Good and Getting Better - Walk outside in the early morning. If the whippoorwills are calling, it's probably the right time of year to start thinking about catching snook. These two events just seem to coincide. Snook have begun to return to the beaches and although there more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

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