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Nice Tampa Snook and redfish

Fishing Tampa Bay has been great lately. Weather has been on and off with some windy days and showers but we’ve had back up plans in effect to make sure that we could find fish in a chewing mood each day. Redfish have been actively feeding at every island I can think of during the higher tidal stages. Snook have been eating for me on the lower tide phases in the potholes and back in the bushes on high tide. The live bait has been more than plentiful with most of my bait coming from a flat near the marina so a long ride is not necessary. If we’re looking for some monster bait I’ve had to travel a couple of miles but it’s been worth it. The trout bite has slowed a little from what it was last month but it’s still consistent and putting keepers in the box. The beach fishing has been dictated by the mother nature. If the wind has came from northeast, southeast, or just plain east, we’re able to get out and fish for the beach fish. These fish consist of spanish and king mackerel, shark, cobia, barracuda, and whatever else gets in the chum line! The action is constant and is usually the best in the morning hours up until about 11am. The jack crevalle have started to show in they’re spring time locations and have many a time made our drags scream and have even broken a rod last week. They’ve ranged from 5-15 pounds. Tarpon are showing in better numbers daily. As the water warms it only gets better. If you have any questions about the reports or would like to discuss Tampa Bay fishing information please feel free to call or email.

Tight lines!

Capt. Chris