Friday, May 26, 2017

Neil Taylor: Upper Tampa Bay

What’s happenin’ in the upper stretches of the Bay? It’s getting to be summertime.   The action is still pretty good up the Bay but we are seeing more and more algae every day.   Redfish are...

Mosquito Lagoon, John Kumiski

Our featured fish this week is the Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus. Because it’s pretty much all we caught this week, and we only fished the Mosquito Lagoon, we have the spotted seatrout Mosquito Lagoon...

The Skyway, Paul Bristow

Mangrove snapper action continued to improve for visitors to the Sunshine Skyway Fishing Piers this past week.  One of Tampa Bay's favorite summer fish species and dinner selections continued to make pier anglers happy...

Nature Coast, William Toney

Looking at the warm week ahead after the much needed rain this past Saturday fishing patterns will be shifting to a new gear. Tarpon are showing up south of Homosassa and on the outer...

John Kumiski, Alaska

This Week's Fishing (and more) Report from Spotted Tail! Pink salmon fill the 108 Creek on Prince of Wales Island. My Favorite Alaska Photos This Alaska Photo Essay contains my favorite photos from the ten summers...

The Keys

Florida Keys Fishing Report week of 5/15/2017 Provided by: http://www.IslamoradaSportFishing.com (this report may be reproduced in any media format as long as credit is given to:www.islamoradasportfishing.com) Reminder: The Ask the Captain and fishing forums are open for new...

Mild water temperatures bringing plenty of surprises offshore

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/outdoors/captains-corner-mild-water-temperatures-bringing-plenty-of-surprises/2324141 May can be one of the best months to fish offshore. The water is still mild, allowing spring and early summer migrations to mix. We landing numerous kingfish during our past few trips, along...

Dirty water leads to offshore adventures

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/outdoors/captains-corner-dirty-water-leads-to-offshore-adventures/2323780 Once the high winds died down and we were able to venture into the gulf, we encountered dirty water caused by the wave action and had to run at least 15 miles offshore to...

Flat water makes seeing tarpon easier

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/outdoors/captains-corner-flat-water-makes-seeing-tarpon-easier/2323898 Easterly morning winds will have the gulf waters flat close to shore and make seeing tarpon a lot easier. Get out at daybreak and stay close to shore with the sun behind you, which...

Mosquito Lagoon, John Kumiski

Happy Mother’s Day to all those who have given birth. What a miracle, to be able to bring another being into the world, to nurture and teach it until adulthood! This is the Mother’s...