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Fishing Reports by Capt. Taylor Cowieson


2019-06-04
9:02 AM

Tarpon are here and hungry! - The last two weeks of May through the end of July is known as tarpon season here in the Bradenton/Anna Maria Island area. The fish migrate in large schools along our beaches forarging on carbs and baitfish like threadfin herring in preparation for th more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2019-05-15
4:35 PM

Inshore fishing remains strong! - On most of our fishing charters this month we have been fishing the waters of the Manatee river and the lower half of Tampa bay including Terra Cia bay. We have been targeting snook, tarpon, redfish, and mangrove snapper. We were also on a decent sea more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2019-04-14
9:27 AM

Snook fishing is Off the Chain! - The snook fishing throughout Tampa bay has been as good as it gets this spring. Lots of slot sized fish and an abundance of underslot 20-26 inch fish have been landed on our fishing charters latley. We have been using live pilchards mainly focusing o more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2019-03-06
6:00 PM

Fishing in Tampa Bay is on Fire - With spring like conditions settling in around the central west coast of Florida we have been experiencing some great fishing in the bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Today and tomorrow we are having a cold front pass over us bringing temperatures down int more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2019-01-15
4:37 PM

Wintertime Fishing Anna Maria Island - Here in Anna Maria Island there has been no shortage of cold fronts the last month, and the next two weeks are no different. Although it has been chilly we are still reeling the fish in. Suprisingly there has been a great snook bite in the dead en more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2018-12-11
1:02 PM

Shaping up to Be a Cooler Winter - Here on Anna Maria Island we have had a few more stronger cold fronts move through keeping the water temps in the low 60s. The next few nights will be in the 40s making for more of a temperature drop as we are in the middle of another front passing t more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2018-11-29
12:42 PM

November Fishing Report - The month started out with warmer than normal temperatures here in Southwest FL. Last week we had a cold front move through our area and the clearer water made the bait a little more skittish. The snook and seatrout were very cooperative all thanksgi more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2018-10-26
7:43 PM

The Weather is Turning for the Better - From the North end of Anna Maria Island and Egmont Key all the way up into Tampa Bay and the Manatee River is teaming with life right now. We are having stellar days of fishing on our inshore charters. The snook have been plentiful around the bay o more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2018-10-04
10:36 AM

Fall Fishing Has Begun - We are just a couple days into October and the fishing in Tampa Bay has been fantastic. Anglers that have fished with me lately have been experiencing great action with redfish and snook. There has been lots of whitebait around and we have been catch more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton


2018-09-18
5:15 PM

Great Fishing Happening Right Now! - With all the recent rain cooling the water off significantly a couple weeks ago the snook are starting to make the first couple stops on their way to the river and back bays to roam for the winter. They are usually willing to eat as they are prepping more...
Capt. Taylor Cowieson - Bradenton

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