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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2019-05-14
11:18 AM

Reds Big, Snook Fishing about to heat up - The beauty of fishing is that nothing is ever for sure. It's May, water temps are 80 degrees and snook are all over the beach. Right? That is the expectation this time of year however snook fishing over the last week has not been on fire. It appear more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-05-04
7:10 PM

May Starts Out Right, Reds, Snook and More - Tampa Bay / Tarpon Springs Fishing Report It's been a fantastic end to April with big snook and lots of bent rods. I wanted to let everyone know about a tournament I was in on Friday in Tarpon Springs out of the Crabs Restaurant. The day began wit more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-04-19
11:20 PM

April starts out with big Snook - Spring Fishing in Tampa Bay April fishing in Tampa Bay started out strong just as March ended strong. The Snook fishing has been the best I've ever experienced, and not only has it been very good, we have been hooking big fish over 30 on almost eve more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-04-09
8:10 AM

Spring Snook Fishing is Fantastic - Snook seem to be at every spot we have been hitting for the couple weeks. They are on just about every flat with a good mixture of sand holes and grass. Some redfish are mixed in, but it has been hard to get through the snook to get a red. Bait h more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay


2019-04-01
5:30 PM

March ends with good snook fishing - Tampa Bay fishing report for 2019 March 31st The last 2 weeks the Snook fishing has been the best I've seen in years. Not only has the bite been excellent, the fish have been good size most of the fish are 18 to 25″, but so far on each trip more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-03-28
6:00 PM

Big Trout, Snook and Redfish all available - March finished strong with quality fish being caught for all three major species. Big trout were readily available for the last two weeks of March and seemed to be keyed into eating larger whitebait. Baits that seemed almost too big were best. Pati more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-03-15
9:55 PM

Snook and Redfish Smackdown! - I'm going to tell you something that you're not going to believe because most fisherman stretch the truth on how big the fish was or fib where they caught the fish. But, this is no fish tale; we have been crushing the snook the past two weeks. We are more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-03-07
8:39 PM

March Snook Madness - March Madness usually means Basketball, but here in Tampa Bay it means the snook bite is on. This week we're hopefully having our last cold front, and it's going to drop down into the lower 40's, but that's ok, because it's going to keep the water te more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-03-06
9:59 AM

Small Redfish Abundant / Early Snook Make an Appearance - Seatrout fishing in February remained pretty strong although fishing this winter has, overall, been a bit slower than previous years. That said, the last few years have been ridiculously good. So it may be well timed that the harvest of trout over 20 more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-02-13
2:06 PM

Big Trout and Redfish are Best Bet - January delivered what is generally expected. As our coldest month of the year, fronts dependably arrived and squashed the fishing each time. One stretch produced 8 straight nights of temperatues into the forties. On the bright side, warming trends more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

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