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Fishing Reports by Capt. Stewart Ames


2019-03-28
6:00 PM

Big Trout, Snook and Redfish all available - March finished strong with quality fish being caught for all three major species. Big trout were readily available for the last two weeks of March and seemed to be keyed into eating larger whitebait. Baits that seemed almost too big were best. Pati more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-03-06
9:59 AM

Small Redfish Abundant / Early Snook Make an Appearance - Seatrout fishing in February remained pretty strong although fishing this winter has, overall, been a bit slower than previous years. That said, the last few years have been ridiculously good. So it may be well timed that the harvest of trout over 20 more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-02-13
2:06 PM

Big Trout and Redfish are Best Bet - January delivered what is generally expected. As our coldest month of the year, fronts dependably arrived and squashed the fishing each time. One stretch produced 8 straight nights of temperatues into the forties. On the bright side, warming trends more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2019-01-09
4:51 PM

Trout Action Strong / Redfish scattered - Is it January or September? Last week, water temperatures reached 71 degrees in St Joseph's Sound. The large seatrout got confused and seemed to move off of their more predictable locations. Large seatrout fishing is generally an easy proposition more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-12-04
6:26 PM

Redfishing Decent, Seatrout About to Show Up Strong - November proved to be wide open for kingfish within 2 miles off the beach. These fish provided great light tackle sport when targeted on 20 lbs spinning outfits. For fish in the 10 - 20 lbs class, this tackle could manage the fish. Fish upwards of more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-10-10
8:15 PM

Inshore Fishing Solid, Near Shore Fishing about to Heat Up - Thankfully, October has arrived. Bait will be bigger, waters will be cooler, fish will be more aggressive and there will be more species to choose from. Trips over the course of the last few weeks have produced decent numbers of both redfish and sn more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Clearwater


2018-08-20
6:01 PM

Dog Days - After stellar fishing from spring through mid summer, waters heat and fishing cools a bit. Strong tides still provide ample opportunity to hook redfish although, if it during the heat of the day, be prepared to search for them around and under cover more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Clearwater


2018-07-14
3:28 PM

Snook Fishing Still Excellent - July is an interesting month. With water temperatures closing in on summer time highs, certain fish start to bite less well during the heat of day. Large seatrout, for one, seem to be greatly reduced in number. Keeper trout are still catchable ou more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Clearwater


2018-06-16
7:40 PM

Big Snook on the Feed - Summer fishing is in full swing. Big snook have invaded the beaches and have provided some spectacular action. When east winds predominate and waters become clear, these large snook become more cautious as baits can be more closely scrutinized. On more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay


2018-05-10
4:32 PM

Snook and Redfish Bite Good and Getting Better - Walk outside in the early morning. If the whippoorwills are calling, it's probably the right time of year to start thinking about catching snook. These two events just seem to coincide. Snook have begun to return to the beaches and although there more...
Capt. Stewart Ames - Tampa Bay

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