inshore fishing charters in tampa bay fl,

Welcome to the fishing report for inshore fishing charters in tampa bay fl, on fridays nov 30, 2013 fishing charter early in the week we had a cold front that blew in. this dropped the water temp to 60 degrees in the back waters of tampa bay and pushed the bait we had been using out so we went to live shrimp we had a good incoming tide and did the fish bite! we caught trout, redfish, black drum, sheepshead, mangrove snapper, ladyfish, and snook, with some jacks also in the mix. the shimp were free lined tail hooked and some hooked under the horn this let the shrimp swim mid depth in the water! with a warming trend starting next week look for the fishing to stay good.

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fishing guide in tampa bay florida with captain tony frankland

tampa fl, fishing report by captain tony frankland on fridays charter we caught and released 4 snook over 34 inches with the largest on at 16 lbs. we caught redfish, trout, jacks, and flounder, the action has been great watch for this to stay the same if the cold fronts do not blow in. the snook bite has been best on sacaled sardines which are hard to find right now.
the trout fishing will stay good in the deep water flats and around docks shrimp for bait will also be a good option.
tight lines captain tony frankland
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tampa bay fl, fishing report

tampa fl, fishing report by captain tony frankland on fridays charter we caught and released 4s nook over 34 inches with the largest on at 16 lbs. we caught redfish, trout, jacks, and flounder, the action has been great watch for this to stay the same if the cold fronts do not blow in. the snook bite has been best on sacaled sardines which are hard to find right now.
the trout fishing will stay good in the deep water flats and around docks shrimp for bait will also be a good option.
tight lines captain tony frankland
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tampa bay fl, fishing report

the fishing charters have been great this week with large snook being caught on Friday we hooked 4 snook over 34 inches. all were released at the boat unharmed! the trout fishing had also been good with redfish being mixed in live scaled sardines were the bait of choice. look for the fishing to remain good in between cold fronts tight lines good fishing good luck on the water.

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fishing report for tampa bay fl,

fishing report for tampa bay fl, and ruskin fl, by captain tony frankland fish are moving around in tampa bay right now. with the cold fronts that are coming thru the colder weather will move the fish up the rivers and creeks in tampa bay  it will also make fishing around and under docks a good option with in the winter mode live shrimp will be a good option scaled sardines will be hard the find as the the water gets colder. right now before the cold front that came in today snook, refish, trout, and mackerel, were eating well fishing will pick up again in a few days when the weather warms up have fun on the water.

tight lines capt tony frankland

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with the latest cold front that has come thru it has moved the bait around alot! scaled sardines have been missing from there usual spots. the fishing remains good for mackerel and bluefish mixed in with some bonita most of these fish have been caught near the skyway bridge in tampa bay. trout remain a good option on the deep grass flats. also in the rivers and in backcountry we have been catching snook and redfish it is also a good spot to stay out of the wind magrove snapper have still been around in large numbers lets go fishing.
tight lines captain tony frankland

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tampa bay fl, fishing report

fishing report for tampa bay fl, with captain tony frankland last week the snook bite was fair with the cold front that pushed through. the best bite has been mid morning for snook! also the mackerel and bluefish remain a great angling option! with the weather warming up this week look for the fishing to get better as the water temp will move higher best fishing will be on the moving tides mangrove snapper still remain very hungry right now.

tight lines have fun on the water

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captain tony frankland

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fishing report tampa bay fl,

with the water cooling the fishing has been great on tamp bay with snook, trout,mackerel,bluefish,redfish and more. it is mid october right now look for the fishing to stay good in the tampa bay area until the water gets real cool with the winter  cold fronts. the snook have been biting best on the outgoing tide they are in the shade of the mangroves at this time. small scaled sardines still remain the best bait.

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fishing tampa bay

fishing tampa bay fishing report with captain tony frankland the fishing this week has  been good in tampa bay with trout being caught on the deep grass flats. snook have been caught at the high tide around the mangroves! also the fishing has been good around local docks. and around deep water access of the backcountry. redfish are also around and biting well on the higher tides. mangrove snapper still are very hungry and biting around the rocks of the shipping channel in tampa bay and around the bridges. bluefish and mackerel are also eating well right now.

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snook fishing charters in tampa bay

snook fishing has been good in tampa bay  the snook bite has been best in the morning time frame right now the mangrove snapper bite is super in tampa bay  right now. as the snapper have been in all areas of tampa bay with the big ones coming from the deep water areas of the bay also trout bite remains good. redfish are on the flats but are spread out and spook easy a quite approach is a must.

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