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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2002-04-09
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - I can?t believe it?s already April, where did March go to? It was an awesome month and I would have to say we closed it off with a bang and opened April with an even bigger one. Here is a description of the past few days. At 7:30 we left the dock, more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2002-03-27
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Snook, snook, and more snook pretty much sums it up. There is really little reason for us to fish for anything else when the areas most popular fish is biting this good. This past week has been very similar to the last few except that we are now ca more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2002-03-17
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Well, it seems spring has finally arrived in a big way! Blue skies, warm weather, and most importantly for fishing, warm water temperatures. It is amazing what a few degrees in water temperature can do for fishing. The middle of last week we were more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2002-03-01
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Sorry for the delay in my fishing report. I haven?t had much news to report, so that leaves me waiting for things to change weather wise. We just can?t seem to get rid of these cold fronts. It?s not like we are in a deep freeze or anything, we jus more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2002-02-09
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Well, I hate to claim that I?m a fortuneteller but I said in my last report that things are fixing to explode. I think it would be fair to say they have. Snook season has opened with a bang, just in time for them too really go on the feed. Unseaso more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2002-01-27
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - I?m sorry for the delay of the fishing report, I wanted to wait and see what this week would bring. I guess the big question I?ve been asking myself was how warm could the water possibly get. Could water on the flats approach 75 degree in January? more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2002-01-09
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Well, we finally had a real cold snap move in. The day before yesterday and the day before that we saw low nighttime temps plummet into the mid-thirties. This has chilled the water considerably but sure hasn?t cooled the fishing a bit. This is wh more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2001-12-29
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Happy New Years all, I hope you had a nice Christmas. Well the last few days the weather has been much more the seasonal norm. For me a relief from the heat, for others perhaps a bite chilly. Today could not have been any more beautiful, flat, calm more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2001-12-19
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Well, I can honestly say that after 200 plus days on the water I?m ready for some cool weather, although I know all of the snowbirds out there are loving it. Eighty-five degrees and approaching Christmas, come on now that?s just plain ridiculous. more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay


2001-12-04
12:00 AM

Tampa Bay - Saltwater - Well who knows, maybe we won't have any kind of winter down here in the sunshine state at all this year. I think it was two years ago that winter only lasted two weeks. With air temps in the eighties and water temps on the flats in the mid seventi more...
Capt. Matt Ercoli - Tampa Bay

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