All Florida Flats Fishing Species on Parade!!!
Capt. John Fischbach
April 27, 2017
Tarpon Springs - Saltwater Fishing Report
Captain John Fischbach of Absolute Florida Flats fishing a long time Guide Service running fishing charters on West Central Florida's Gulf Coast providing inshore fishing, Flats fishing and Nearshore fishing, Capt. John is a born and raised fishing guide for a broad area of the
Florida Gulf Coast Tarpon Springs, New Port Richey, Clearwater, Palm Harbor and Dunedin ! This week's Fishing reports that snook fishing is great. Live bait fishing with pilchards and threadfin herring has been producing great catches. Red fishing is very good and Trout fishing is the best that it is been in years with the
healthiest numbers that I have seen in three years. Tarpon Springs Tarpon fishing has been spotty, it is still early as the season is really about to begin when water temperatures hit the 78*F mark, yet productive with mid-spring cool Downs and a couple of cold fronts late in the spring. After today's last Windy cool morning there will be an extreme warm up into the nineties in air temperature with water temperature in the mid-seventies in the morning reaching
low eighties in the afternoon. Fishing is great it really fires the fish up with cool downs and warm ups. The lack of rain that we have had will soon come to an end. Other catches includes Spanish mackerel inshore kingfish flounder and jack crevalle. If we do not see the Tarpon in their usual hangouts first thing in the morning we move on to inshore snook fishing, red-fishing, trout fishing and many more preda
John with his first snook a whopping 32"!! great job !!!
tors looking for a tasty pilchard ! though always keeping an eye peeled for a giant Tarpon to roll and catch the sunlight, it looks like the flash of a mirror, there's no mistaking them.
Tarpon Springs Fishing Forecast:
Tarpon will show in good numbers on this coming full moon as the wind and cold has gone on vacation! snook will be on the beach spawning and redfish and trout will be feeding consistently.
SNOOK, REDFISH, TARPON, COBIA, TROUT
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