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Fishing Reports by Capt. John Rivers


2019-09-24
1:14 PM

October Reds showed up early - For some, October is known for Halloween,pumpkin patches, and falling leaves, but in the fishing world October means cooler water temps, shorter days, and pumpkin patches. However, our pumpkin patches consist of large schools of redfish throughout Ta more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-08-19
2:42 PM

Mangrove Snapper Madness _ Tampa Bay - Summertime Fishing in Tampa Bay August is usually a very warm month to say the least in Tampa, and I am usually done with my charters by 12:00 or 1pm at the latest to avoid the beating rays of the sun. However, for the last eight days, we've seen ve more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-07-24
9:35 AM

Still catching fish in the heat of July - July Tampa Bay Inshore Charter Fishing Report July has been a hot month for sure. I've been out a few times this month but not a whole lot due to the extreme heat. When I have been out I've done very well with the Mangrove Snapper; I'm catcing the more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-06-26
3:27 PM

Hot Temps in Tampa Bay and a lot of rain - Hot Temps in Tampa bay and a lot of Rain! Wow, we've had our fair share of rain the past three weeks. May was extremely hot, the hottest on record, so the rain was at least a break from the heat. Now we're up for the month of June for rain, but I'm more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-06-09
8:15 AM

Summer Time Tactics in Full Swing in Tampa Bay - It's summer time on Tampa Bay, and that means it's time to switch up my fishing tactics. I'll still be fishing for snook and reds, but the way we fish for them changes up a bit. One thing I'll be targeting more over the next few months are Mangrove S more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-05-23
12:11 PM

Snook, Trout, Jacks and more - Summer heat has shown up early, May is usually not in the low 90's this quick, but it's been hot the past couple of weeks. One good thing about the heat is the bait has shown up on the flats which is awesome, because I'm not throwing a heavy net on t more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-05-04
7:10 PM

May Starts Out Right, Reds, Snook and More - Tampa Bay / Tarpon Springs Fishing Report It's been a fantastic end to April with big snook and lots of bent rods. I wanted to let everyone know about a tournament I was in on Friday in Tarpon Springs out of the Crabs Restaurant. The day began wit more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-04-19
11:20 PM

April starts out with big Snook - Spring Fishing in Tampa Bay April fishing in Tampa Bay started out strong just as March ended strong. The Snook fishing has been the best I've ever experienced, and not only has it been very good, we have been hooking big fish over 30 on almost eve more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-04-01
5:30 PM

March ends with good snook fishing - Tampa Bay fishing report for 2019 March 31st The last 2 weeks the Snook fishing has been the best I've seen in years. Not only has the bite been excellent, the fish have been good size most of the fish are 18 to 25″, but so far on each trip more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2019-03-15
9:55 PM

Snook and Redfish Smackdown! - I'm going to tell you something that you're not going to believe because most fisherman stretch the truth on how big the fish was or fib where they caught the fish. But, this is no fish tale; we have been crushing the snook the past two weeks. We are more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

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