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Fishing Reports by Capt. Nick Angelo


2011-11-01
8:43 AM

Fly Fishing Tampa, Sarasota, St Pete Beach - Fly fishing Sarasota to Tampa has been great the past few weeks! Fly fishing redfish is really picking up. On my recent trips we have had plenty of shots at, and caught, a good amount of tailing and cruising redfish. I have also been seeing and catch more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2011-10-05
1:13 AM

Fly Fishing Tampa - Fly fishing Tampa has been great the past few weeks. It finally feels like fall. Migratory fish have been feeding heavily on bait schools up and down the coast. We've had some great fly fishing action on the Little tunny and mackerel with a few poon more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2011-09-06
5:34 PM

Fly Fishing Tampa, Sarasota, St Pete Beach - Fly fishing the Tampa Bay area has been great this summer! I spent most of the season chasing big tarpon on fly. I already cant wait for next summer! I am gearing up towards the fall season and a nice cool down in the weather. Fall brings some migrat more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2011-06-15
1:33 AM

Fly Fishing Tampa Bay and St Petersburg Florida - Tarpon season has been great so far!! The poon fishing will continue for the next few months. There is really nothing like it! get out there and wet a line! Capt Nick www.shallowwaterflyfishing.com more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2011-03-02
12:36 PM

Fly Fishing Tampa Bay and St Petersburg Florida - Water Temps are on the rise! Fly fishing for redfish has been great the past few weeks. It should continue to get better as we move into spring. The fish that is really on my mind with this warmer weather is tarpon! It wont be long before tarpon seas more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2010-12-31
11:24 AM

Fly Fishing St. Petersburg, Tampa Florida - Fly fishing the Tampa Bay area has been great around the holiday. Fishing around the bad weather we have been catching some nice redfish. All the fish have been sight fished over clear sandy bottom. We have also been spanking quality size trout from more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2010-10-27
7:25 AM

Fly Fishing St. Petersburg, Tampa Florida - Fly fishing the gulf coast around St. Pete and in Tampa Bay has anglers catching a wide variety of fish. The Temps are cooling down and we are looking forward to some great fishing the next few months. Right now we have good fishing for false albicor more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2010-09-02
12:29 PM

Fly Fishing St. Petersburg, Tampa Florida - Fly Fishing Tampa and St Pete is great right now! The weather is almost looking like fall. The daily obsession with tarpon is finally slowing down. There are still a few fish here and there but it's very inconsistent. I have switched gears and I'm ha more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2010-06-24
8:23 PM

Fly Fishing Tarpon Tampa - Tarpon fly fishing Tampa and Sarasota is in full swing! Lots of fish around and we are getting consistent hook-ups on fly. Thanks to all who have fished with me so far this tarpon season. Expect the fly fishing to be good into August. So there's stil more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay


2010-04-17
2:17 AM

Fly Fishing Tampa Bay Spring Fever - Spring is finally here! I have retired my Jacket for a while and its about time. The fishing for redfish was great in the Upper part of the Bay, but it has tapered off. The water clarity isn't great and the fish have move on. The low tides that offer more...
Capt. Nick Angelo - Tampa Bay

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