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Fishing Reports by Capt. John Rivers


2017-11-14
11:18 AM

Above Normal Temps Makes for Comfortable Tampa Bay Fishing Trips - Fall showed up for a short time in Tampa Bay; it was bizarre, it got cold for a few days, then it was like Spring showed up with temps in the lower 80's, which wasn't all bad. I like fishing in shorts in November, who doesn't? So with the above norm more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-11-04
10:31 AM

Trout, Snook & Reds you name it! They're biting in Tampa Bay! - Halloween has come and gone and the hunters are getting ready to go deer hunting, but how about us fishermen, what do we do? Well let me tell you: more fishing in Tampa Bay. The red fishing in Tampa Bay really picks up in November with the arrival of more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-10-25
10:55 AM

Fall Has Arrived In Tampa Bay - Cooler Temps Means Great Fishing - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Well, Halloween is not far off, and people are going to the store to get their costumes and candy for the little one's, but not me, I've been fishing a lot these past few weeks. Lots of charters with happy anglers, b more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-10-05
8:01 AM

The Bite is Getting Right In Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Charter Inshore Fishing Report: Oct 3rd October is known for many things, cooler temps up north and usually here as well, pumpkin spice on the menu, and of course, lots of Redfish!! October is a great month to target redfish and snook. T more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-09-17
8:34 AM

Fall Fishing Not Far Off -Tampa Bay Fishing Charters - September is half over, and although it is usually a great month to get out on the water, we had an unwelcome visitor to our area. Hurricane Irma was the largest hurricane on record; it stayed a Cat 5 for more than 3 days and hit the Keys as a Cat 4 more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-08-20
8:55 AM

Mangrove Snapper and Redfish Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Fishing Reports 8/20/2017 The dog days of summer are here. August is one of the hottest months in Tampa Bay, and that is an understatement. But don't fret, (can't say don't sweat), the fishing can still be very good; you just have to adj more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-08-04
9:52 AM

Inshore Bite Has Been Great In Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Inshore Charter Report Tropical Storm Emily came in with a lot of rain, but other than that it was not too bad. Let's talk Mangrove Snapper first; the bite has been red hot the past three weeks! Small white bait and chumming has been th more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-07-20
7:12 PM

Summer Fishing Patterns in full swing in Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Fishing Report July started out as hot one for sure, but that's typical summertime for Florida. Snook fishing has been satisfactory in Tampa Bay; the water temps are high making the fishing a little tough some days. Make sure you watch th more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-05-25
2:40 PM

Record Heat last week, and Even Hotter Inshore Bite! - With record-breaking temps, last week hot was and that's an understatement. Even though we broke heat records last week, it didn't affect the bite in a negative way. Let's talk Snook first. I've been catching quality fish in some of my honey hol more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-04-23
5:02 PM

Big Snook and Redfish in Tampa Bay - Big Snook and Redfish in Tampa Bay Over the past 10 days the inshore bite has been outstanding in Tampa Bay. Let's talk Big Snook for a minute. I've been on an excellent snook bite over the past 10 days, which means lots of smiles on my clients more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

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