Thursday, March 30, 2017

Panhandle, Daniel Snapp

March has arrived and the fishing action is picking up! Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead, Cobia, and King Mackerel will be targeted this month especially as the water temperature continues to warm to that magical 75...

Captain Charlie, Indian River Lagoon

Inshore: March winds continue as usual along the Treasure Coast.  Winter also has made a visit to our area to cool things down a bit, but it's better than the blizzard conditions up north.  It...

Sarasota, Captain Rick 3/19/2017

Capt. Rick Grassett’s Sarasota , FL Fishing Report for 3/19/2017 Anglers fishing with me, out of CB's Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, caught and released trout in Sarasota Bay on flies, CAL jigs with shad...

John Kumiski, East Central

We had a cold front come through on Tuesday and the temperatures were like those typically associated with January. By mid-March Florida standards, it was COLD, baby! And so we have a cold front...

Small lakes, ponds holding hungry gamefish

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/outdoors/captains-corner-small-lakes-ponds-holding-hungry-gamefish/2316599 Conditions are perfect for family fun. Small freshwater lakes and ponds are everywhere, and all have panfish and bass. Developments and golf courses are a good example. Summer weeds to foul hooks are absent,...

Try bottom fishing as water clears

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/outdoors/captains-corner-try-bottom-fishing-as-water-clears/2316900 Cold blustery weather has hampered fishing this week. It will take few days for the water to clear due to the intense high winds. Anglers venturing out might want to try bottom fishing. If...

North Pinellas, Stewart Ames

Early March fishing picked up in a hurry.  Water temperatures soared to as high as a ridiculous 74 degrees and the fish responded.  Large seatrout remained an absolutely dependable catch with big limits being...

The Skyway Report, Paul Bristow

As what is most likely this Spring's last serious cold front pushed out of the Tampa Bay Region, many pelagic & resident species continued to push into the Skyway Fishing Piers.  Even the high winds...

North Pinellas, Stewart Ames

Early March fishing picked up in a hurry.  Water temperatures soared to as high as a ridiculous 74 degrees and the fish responded.  Large seatrout remained an absolutely dependable catch with big limits being...

Nature Coast, Capt William Toney

With this weeks unusual late cold front it will put my fish finding wheels back into motion when the winds die down. The water temps were up around 73 on Sunday but with this...