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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jared Simonetti


2019-03-06
12:21 AM

March Fishing Report Clearwater Beach - Inshore Fishing is heating up just like the weather! Spring is in the air and the fish have been feeding as the sardines have comeback to the area. Snook, Redfish, trout, Snapper, triple tail have been the main targets on inshore fishing trips over t more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2019-01-31
10:47 AM

January Fishing Report Clearwater Beach - January Fishing has been good for trout, sheepshead, redfish, pompano, and black drum. Live shrimp and artificial jigs have been producing most of the result fishing around spoil islands and residential docks. If you are looking to some inshore fishi more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Tampa Bay


2018-12-14
10:06 PM

December Fishing Report Clearwater Beach - Winter is here in West Central Florida, and the Fishing has been good in between the cold fronts we are getting. We have been targeting trout, redfish, and snook as we do in most months and there has been no shortage of action. Bait fish have just ab more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2018-11-28
3:54 PM

November Fishing Report Clearwater - Inshore Fishing has been excellent with lots of snook being caught while fishing live sardines near mangrove creeks. Trout fishing is getting better each day and the size has been outstanding. We at catching fish on both live and artificial baits. Re more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2018-07-19
9:08 PM

July Fishing Report Clearwater Beach - July Fishing report Fishing can be as hot as the weather! Inshore fishing this month can be good for anglers willing to go early to beat the heat. We have been catching trout, redfish, snook, jacks, ladyfish, mackerel, and lots of sharks. Shark f more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2018-03-22
1:24 PM

March Fishing Report - Fishing out of the Clearwater Beach and Dunedin area targeting trout, snook, and redfish. We have been seeing great results, catching large seatrout over 20″ and slot snook. Pinfish and shrimp fished near the edge of grass flats and drop offs h more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2018-02-13
11:46 PM

Clearwater Beach Fishing Charter Report Feb. 2018 - Clearwater Beach Fishing Charter Report The weather has been great in the 70's most days and the water temp has risen this week into the 70's as well. Spring is Here!! Fishing has been great with big catches of Trout along with a few redfish and a more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2018-01-17
11:18 PM

January 2018 Fishing Report for Clearwater beach - January 2018 Fishing Report for Clearwater beach January fishing has had consistent with catches of Sea Trout, Sheepshead, Black drum, Pompano, and a few Redfish. We have been fishing in between cold fronts, but when its not blowing we're fishing more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2017-12-30
9:56 PM

Kids Fishing Trips - Kids Fishing trips have been very popular lately! We enjoyed having the kids out, so if you're looking to get your kids hooked on fishing give me a call. 727-831-0111 - Capt.Jared more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater


2017-12-26
8:37 AM

Clearwate Beach Fishing Charter Report December - December Fishing Report for Clearwater beach Winter is here and we are catching the winter species which means trouts, sheepshead, blackdrum,redfish,and a few snook. Bait has still been around this winter and we are using sardines, shrimp, and more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Clearwater

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