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Fishing Reports by Capt. Little Jim Fesperman

9:40 PM

Tampa Bay Redfish Dreams - I had a dream that came true recently. One in which the redfish were so big that we would end the day with no keepers on ice. That dream came true last month. In 14 charters in May we had the grand total of one keeper redfish. We had two charte more...
Capt. Little Jim Fesperman - Tampa Bay

8:43 PM

Over the slot Tampa Bay Reds - Well Captain Little Jim Fesperman is back on the water and fishing at 100% after a back and shoulder injury in April. It sure feels great to be on the water and catching fish once again. For the last three weeks the reds and snook have been turned more...
Capt. Little Jim Fesperman - Tampa Bay

9:15 PM

End of January Tampa Bay Fishing - This past week has been very tough fishing. I was on the water both Monday and Tuesday but had to cancel charters on Wednesday and Thursday due to weather. I had a couple of great guys Larry and his dad Bill out on Tuesday in the South Pinellas are more...
Capt. Little Jim Fesperman - Tampa Bay

3:19 PM

Where have all the Tampa Bay fishies gone? - The weeks prior to and following the New Year fishing was at its absolute best. The best I'd seen in the winter for many years. Big Trout, Snook, Red's, along with inshore docks holding tons of Gag's and Snapper all ready and willing to bite our ba more...
Capt. Little Jim Fesperman - Tampa Bay

8:26 PM

Snook not fooled by the Tampa Bay "Weather Forecast"! - Just like many of you I too was fooled by weather forecasts twice this week. The weather prediction for the Tampa Bay both print, TV, NOAA and my trusty radio was spewing doom and gloom on fishing this week. On Monday the front was to roll through… more...
Capt. Little Jim Fesperman - Tampa Bay

9:33 PM

Hot winter time Tampa Bay Snook and Trout action - Well the tides are playing havoc with our Red's fishing last couple of weeks. Not only are they scattered across the flats on high tides in small two to ten fish schools but with the negative tides many of the traditional flats that some of the Red' more...
Capt. Little Jim Fesperman - Tampa Bay

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