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Fishing is getting better and better by the day right now. Redfish are starting to school up around the islands right now. So are the anglers. Being at the fishing grounds early can pay off. Too much boat traffic can result in finicky fish that can be tough to catch. We had one such school a couple of days ago that recieved a lot of pressure in the early hours and shut off in the afternoon. Snook are on the move out of the canals. The same fish that I’ve been stalking in the canals for 2 months have moved on and are targets on the areas close to the canals and even some flats areas. The seatrout action has remained steady. Drifting using jigs and shrimp with popping corks has produced plenty of trout. The sheepshead bite also remains good and a staple of winter fishing. The bait is getting thicker and thicker on the beaches and we’ve seen some free jumping spanish mackerel. This means we’re just about a week away from march madness! We’ll be anchoring on nearshore areas soon fishing for the spanish and king mackerel, cobia, sharks, and barracuda. And then we’ll take our adventure inside on the flats and islands and catch snook and redfish and seatrout. Right at about the beginning of April we’ll start fishing for early season tarpon around the bridge structures that Tampa Bay has many of.

I still have spring dates open. Please feel free to call or email if you have any questions about my Tampa Bay fishing charters. Thank you and tight lines!

Capt. Chris