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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2019-01-08
12:49 PM

Happy New Year! - Cold fronts are here causing wind, rain, and what we hate the most - dirty water! In between fronts, the trout bite has really turned on with almost all of the trout being solid fish. Quarter once jigs with mirror lure little Johns worked slowly on more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2019-01-07
9:05 AM

Tampa Bay Fly Fishing Report - December - December has been the bearer of cold weather for us in the sunshine state. We have been greeted with some abnormally cold nights and some somewhat chilly days that have made the fish push back into their winter haunts. Around the moon phases we get more...
Capt. Ethan Kiburz - Tampa Bay


2019-01-04
10:15 AM

Tampa Bay and Tarpon Springs Fishing Report - The warm new year has me changing up how I would normally fish this time of year. Thankfully, we are getting a cold front today and it should put the fish back in a winter pattern for the rest of the January and February. The trout fishing has bee more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-12-14
12:54 PM

Cooler weather with a Strong Bite - This is a great time of year to fish! The fish are congregated together and staying warm. With winter around the corner, they are getting filled up before it hits! Snook will be stacked in the creek and river mouths. The trout will be in the cree more...
Capt. Trajan Rodriguez - Tampa Bay


2018-12-05
4:33 AM

Cooler Weater has the fish biting - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Rivers to Bay Fishing Charters - R2B Fishing with Capt. John Thanksgiving has come and gone; our bellies are full and it's time to burn some calories, but we're not going to the gym; we're going to hook into some cobia, bi more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-12-04
6:26 PM

Redfishing Decent, Seatrout About to Show Up Strong - November proved to be wide open for kingfish within 2 miles off the beach. These fish provided great light tackle sport when targeted on 20 lbs spinning outfits. For fish in the 10 - 20 lbs class, this tackle could manage the fish. Fish upwards of more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-12-03
11:12 AM

Tampa Bay Fly Fishing Report - November - The cold fronts have begun and the temperatures are dropping which helps with water clarity, making sight fishing the next few months some of the best times to go fishing! Redfish absolutely love the cooler temperatures and will begin to feed primari more...
Capt. Ethan Kiburz - Tampa Bay


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

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