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Fishing Reports by Capt. John Rivers


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


2018-08-26
7:45 PM

Outstanding Fishing In Tampa Bay - Snook, Snapper, & Redfish - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Rivers to Bay Fishing Charters - R2B Fishing with Capt. John Let's first talk about the Red Tide that's hit the gulf coast, I can to say that it has not hit Tampa Bay, St. Pete or Clearwater as of 8/26. I've been out a lot more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-07-19
9:45 PM

Plethora of Fish in Tampa Bay - The Bite's Been Great - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Rivers to Bay Fishing Charters - R2B Fishing with Capt. John The inshore bite has been very good for many species in Tampa Bay, so let's start with Spanish Mackerel; they can be found all over Tampa Bay around the markers more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-07-04
9:59 AM

Summertime Fishing in Full Swing -Rivers To Bay Fishing Charters - Summer fishing is in full swing in Tampa Bay and the surrounding areas. Let's talk Snook for a minute; a large majority of snook have made their way out to the beaches to spawn and the bite has been fantastic. Live baits have been the best choice (G more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-06-05
11:59 AM

Spansih Macekerel, Trout, Snook, the bites on fire! - April showers brought May, well, more showers, actually. It had been raining off and on for nearly 12 days straight and the ground was saturated, and the rivers were about swollen to near max, and then came Alberto. Luckily, for our area, the rain wa more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-05-07
12:23 PM

Drags are Singing and Rods are Bending in Tampa Bay - Drags are singing, and Rods are bending in Tampa Bay! The water temps are right, and the inshore bite has fired off in Tampa Bay and in St. Joseph Sound around Clearwater Beach. Snook fishing has been off the charts these past three weeks. The Snook more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-04-05
7:29 PM

Spring Fishing Red Hot In Tampa Bay - Spring is definitely here in Tampa; the temps are just right. Although it's been a bit windy the past couple weeks, the Tampa Bay inshore bite has been outstanding. Lots of Snook being caught in the 22-26 inch range, with a few keepers coming over th more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-03-18
11:26 AM

Spring Break Fishing in Tampa Bay - Spring Break Fishing is here in Tampa Bay and along Clearwater Beach. February was a very warm month in Tampa Bay with much warmer temps than normal which caused the fishing to be very good for Snook and all the other species swimming around Tampa Ba more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2018-02-26
1:08 PM

Warm Temps has fired off the bite in Tampa Bay - Welcome, fellow anglers to Rivers to Bay's Fishing Report Page. It's been unusually warm for February even breaking some records. The fish are already in their Spring patterns, and that means the fishing is red hot. Snook fishing has been very good more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

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