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Bottom Fishing to Find Cooler Waters

Finding Cooler Waters The waters in and around Tampa Bay will continue to hover between 85 and 90 degrees for the next 6 weeks.  If you are in an area that receives more sunshine than rain for a week then the temps will climb.  Only when we have a tropical system or a period of …


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Family Vacation Fishing

Fishing with the Whole Family So you have 2, 3, 4 kids whatever and want to spend a day fishing with the whole family.  It may seem like it’s going to be more of a hassle, or that you will compromise your fishing fantasies to appease the group.  Well have no fear.  We are experts …


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Post Spawn Tarpon Return Hungry

The Tarpon spawn is winding down which means the bite is heating up.  Gone are the days of throwing a bait into schools of fish and watching as they ignore it over and over.  I have seen my last “daisy chain” of fish, and I don’t miss it a bit.  The fish that return from …


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Book Now for the Biggest Fish of a Lifetime

What is your Biggest fish?  I am asked that almost every day on the way out of the marina.  There are a few different big fish that we encounter on a regular basis.  In our waters of Tampa Bay giant tarpon are abundant.  They range from “small”, but are commonly 6 feet long and over …


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Sharks Always Biting in the Heat

One of the beautiful things about fishing with Native Sportfishing in the waters of Florida is the variety of available species.  Often we land 10+ species on a trip including several kinds of sharks.  Many days we know exactly what fish we will encounter which is referred to as “targeted species”.  However, some areas and …


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Tarpon Fishing Season 2018

Tarpon season 2018 is in full swing.  We start our daily routine on the gulf coast beaches sightfishing small schools of silver kings.  Effective techniques range from a floated crab, to small fly patterns, to lively baits such as herring or sardines.  The fish have ranged anywhere from 50 lbs to 200lbs.  That’s a big …


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Summertime

We are now in full summertime mode, which means chasing giant Tarpon and sightcasting giant Snook.  On a recent outing we landed several trophy snook.  One thing I love about this time of year is the ability to catch large fish in the middle of the day, with no particularly “good tide”.   The Tarpon …


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Tarpon are in the Air (and water)

Of course it’s tarpon time.  Our daily routine is to start at first light and position our baits in front of rolling fish.  Sometimes that entails working the tarpon highway off the beaches, sometimes it’s a spot that is holding lots of feeding fish.  In the Tampa Bay region, our fish probably average around 100 …


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May brings variety

This week we have been targeting different species each day.  One day it’s Tarpon, one day snook, redfish, grouper, sharks, king mackerel, etc etc.  In a week’s worth of fishing we probably see 20 plus different fish caught.  One thing is for sure, with the warming waters we are seeing bigger fish.  Check out the …


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Tailored Fishing

Recently we have tailored each trip to meet the client’s specific needs and skill sets.  Some spot are producing high numbers of fish with a steady bite all around the boat.  For some more experienced anglers, we have worked areas with higher quality fish.  Often times these areas require the angler to make longer, more …


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