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9/5/2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report

Capt. Brady Nelson
September 5, 2014
Tampa Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

9/5/2014 Tampa Bay Fishing Report

Inshore fishing report: The mangrove snapper are still steady and eating well. Redfish schools are showing up all over with a good bite both on high and low tides. Snook are starting to feed well again catching quite a few on every trip. Big tarpon have been chasing mullet in sarasota bay trout , jacks and ladyfish have all been a part of our days on the water.

Offshore fishing report: Spanish mackeral and larde mangrove snapper are on almost every spot from 3 miles out to 9 miles. Blacktip sharks are all over the beaches with a few tarpon. Big red grouper are out further but the bite is good.

Florida Largemouth Bass Fishing Report: Lake Okeechobee is still going strong with over 20 bass on most mornings. The fish are getting out of thier summertime patterns and chasing shad schools around and getting fatter. You can look me up at http://www.bassnbaycharters.com/joomla/

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Bass N Bay charters is located near Anna Maria Island, and Longboat Key. We offer light tackle inshore fishing, offshore fishing, bass fishing, gator hunting and gigging trips after dark, all with a family friendly environment, and top of the line equipment. Capt. Brady is a Florida native, holds three consecutive state champion titles in the IFA Redfish Tour and has been fishing these waters for 42 years now. Rest assured that it is our goal to put you on the fish ever time we get on the water.

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Bass N Bay Charters
1217 6th ST W
Palmetto, FL 34221
Phone: 941-722-2033
Alt. Phone: 941-685-4491
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