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Tarpon Season Is Upon Us

Early Season We are in the midst of early tarpon season, and it looks like a good one so far.  Our local fish that show up to feed in April and May are right on cue, taking up residence over structure and under bridges in deep water.  The tarpon will feed best during the strongest …


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Spring Fishing is Wide Open

Late April into May The successes of early spring have now given way to water temperatures on the rise.  This has been an interesting season for a couple reasons.  One, the water temperature stayed right around 70 degrees for much longer than usual.  This led to a prolonged early spring bite, but it also prevented …


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What Makes A Captain Effective

What Makes A Captain Effective Here on the west coast of Florida, there is no shortage of charter captains to choose from.  These days it seems everyone wants to take a crack at this business, mostly because they are really passionate about fishing.  But what makes a captain effective versus someone who is just a …


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Spring Break

Spring Break Our weather seems to be granting us an extended Spring season. So if you are here for Spring Break, you have chosen a great place to maximize your time.  Water temps have hovered around 70 for several weeks and that looks to continue with a cold front arriving this weekend. That will secure …


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All About the Snook

Spring Snook Spring arrived early this year, with water temps hitting the low 70s in mid-February, almost a month ahead of a typical year.  These past few weeks have seen the fish spread out between many spring staging areas.  Each spot is worthy of a few casts, with some adult fish mixed in and ready …


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Springtime Return to the Flats

What’s Biting We are experiencing a very warm February, and water temps have hit the magic mark early this year.  That means a return of gamefish to the shallow flats.  Snook, Redfish, Trout and others have invaded our grass flats in search of food.  The fish are hungry from a long cool winter season.  Their …


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Escape the Cold, Enjoy Our Warmth

Escape the Cold I often shake my head when I see the national weather map and see the low numbers everywhere.  Except here, and maybe SoCal.  January and February in North America means very cold temps and often snow for most people.  I talk with many clients about ice fishing, which I guess is fun.  …


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Variety for the Holidays

Variety of Species Over the past couple weeks the number one question I get is, ‘what’s biting?’.  The answer is variety, and that is a good thing.  For those looking to put fresh fish on the table, we have been on a hot snapper bite inside Tampa Bay.  Mixed in with the snapper have been …


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Trout Fishing on Fire

Winter Trout on Point Our local waters chilled down to the low 60’s about a month earlier than normal.  The cooler waters will send the trout off the shallow flats and into the deeper canals and basins.  They follow the glass minnows as they seek slightly warmer waters for the next couple of months. Catching …


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Why Cooler Temps Help

Cooler Temps Relatively Speaking Cooler Temps are here, and this is shaping up to be a chilly fall season for the Tampa Bay area.  For all of you visiting this season from anywhere other than Florida, it will probably feel quite warm.  The daytime highs in the 70s is cool for us.  However, big changes …


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