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Kingfish fever

Kingfish  Kingfish can be found offshore in the Gulf of Mexico, on our beaches, and in Tampa Bay during Spring and Fall. In Tampa Bay Kingfish can be found around the pilings of bridges and large...

Big Fish Tampa Bay

Big fish in Tampa Bay It’s about that time of year again when you see a ton of boats following big fish in Tampa Bay. The Big school of black drum should be making their appearance at the Clam...

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 2-21-16

  Welcome to Tampa Bay Fishing report. Your go to place before you hit the water. The last 2 weeks in Tampa Bay started off with strong winds and a few storms keeping most boaters home or close...

TAMCO Foundation Grand Slam Charity Fishing Tournament

TAMCO Foundation Grand Slam Charity Fishing Tournament Support a great cause! TAMCO FOUNDATION CAPTAIN’S PARTY | APRIL 7, 2016 | Tickets $50  Come enjoy the Captain’s Party on Thursday,...

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 2-12-16

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 2-12-16 Tampa Bay Fishing Report 2-12-16 report from Capt. Lee blick at O’Niell’s marina. Strong winds early in the week have made it near impossible to leave the...

Weedon Island Snapper

E. Baldwin showing off his skills catching Mangrove Snapper from the ramp and while wade fishing.  

Trout fishing in Boca Ciega Bay with Capt. Glen Taylor 2-2-16

  Tampa Bay fishing report Trout fishing with Capt. Glen Taylor in Boca Ciega Bay.

Tampa Bay Fishing Report 1-27-16

Tampa Bay Fishing Reports first video report. If you would like to submit video, reports, Pictures, or Reviews just simply click the link on the bottom of the page. Inshore offshore. Fishing the...

Hubbard’s Inshore Report 1-21-16

Paul Matthews, a St. Petersburg local who works for Don’s Dock was slamming the sheepshead and mangrove snapper the past few days from their dock at the east end of the boardwalk. He was using live...

25″ Snook

Todd Foucher- “Sorry just have to brag and tell everyone that this is my grandson and his biggest snook at 25″ and he caught it all by himself!!” Photo:Todd Foucher