Inshore Snook, Redfish, and Trout have all been caught on recent fishing charters. Snook season is open and we have been catching slot fish. Snook slot size is 28″-33″. Redfish are getting caught on most charter. We have been free lining live sardines around oyster beds, and cut baiting around docks with good success. Trout fishing is also getting better by the day, and the size of the fish are increasing as they come in from offshore gather in shallows.

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Come Enjoy A Wonderful Day Fishing Charters Tampa For Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Trout, Sharks, Cobia, Spanish Mackerel As Well As Others Aboard Capt. Chet Jennings Sport Fishing Charters Boat. Capt. Chet Will Work Hard To Ensure That You And Your Guests Have A Memorable  Day Enjoying The Wonderful Gamefish That Tampa Bay Has To offer.

Vincent, Great question. I did do one charter where I had two customers that wanted to split a charter. I went ahead and made the arrangements for them to fish together with me. Unfortunately for them personality’s clashed between them. It made for a uncomfortable trip for both of them and me. Since that incident I do not any longer mix charters. If you would like to call me maybe I could work something out to accommodate you doing a charter with me or possibly another captain in my net work. Thank you, Capt. Steve 813-727-8843 P.S. I apologize for the delay in response. I just noticed I had the notification for a question this morning.

Captain Greg Doherty is a full time fishing guide, and has been fishing the waters of the Tampa Bay area for over 11 years. Capt Greg has caught everything from Snook, Redfish, Trout, Flounder, Black Drum, and Cobia, to Snapper, Grouper, Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, and Tarpon in the nearshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico. He was featured on Reel Time with Florida Sportsman, and you can check out the full show here http://www.floridasportsman.com/rtfs/episode-guide-page-two/episode-nineteen/.

 From targeting specific species to the tall tales of Tampa Bay fishing folklore, we sit down with local Captains and others within the fishing world to discuss pertinent topics, techniques, instruction and many other areas of interest that can give you the edge out on the water. Check here frequently for new additions or feel free to email us with topics you’d like us to cover.

Snook, Red Fish, Trout, Tarpon (When in Season – See Tarpon Rates), Drum and anything else that’s chewing depending on the time of year. The Flats Fishing around Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg, FL is Legendary!

• At Homosassa, the best fishing has been in the rivers on live shrimp. Most of the keeper fish are sheepshead and black drum. A few redfish are in the slot, but most are undersized. The tide change has seen the best bite. “The near shore rocks are holding sheepshead, but wind and weather has kept most anglers inshore,” reports Capt. William Toney of Homosassa Inshore Fishing Charters (352-621-9284).

My husband and I went out on a morning trip with Capt Anthony and had an absolute blast! He was incredibly nice and super knowledgeable of what we were looking to catch. We will definitely be calling… him again for a return trip. See More

Raising Seatrout is made easy with greenback or shrimp, although they’ll typically jump on any well-presented bait. According to the FWC, keepers must be more than 15 and less than 20 inches in total length. There is a daily bag limit of 6 per harvester.

Personally, I believe that definition of inshore fishing needs to be slightly altered as fishing “inshore” has changed and evolved drastically over the years since these definitions were created (many years ago).

Captain Greg Doherty is a USCG licensed captain who has a passion for all things fishing. There is nothing that will get your blood pumping than watching a 20 lb snook push “A-Wake” in the shape of a V behind your top water lure, and then hearing the “Drag” start screaming as the fish bolts for the nearest cover…

Tampa Bay fishing hotspots don’t end with saltwater. The Tampa area has some of the most productive inland lakes and rivers. Whenever you are done with fighting Tarpon on the bay, head to a local lake for Largemouth Bass. Or just explore the Tampa fishing piers!

Are you tired of seeing costal waterways cluttered with trash and debris? Join us as we participate in trash cleanup events around the state that will clean up Florida’s bluest fishing spots to preserve the natural beauty for generations to come.

1 Comment on “Corporate Fishing Charter Indian Rocks Beach _Inshore Fishing Trip Palm Harbor”

  1. Morris says:

    Welcome to Tampa Bay, Florida, home of some the best light tackle inshore fishing in the world! I’m a native of the Tampa Bay area and have been fishing Tampa Bay area waters all of my life. This gives me the unique advantage of knowing when and where the fish are biting year round. Born in St. Petersburg and never lived outside of the county, I’ve called Tampa Bay waters my “back yard” for a long time.  I’m a local Tampa fishing guide and have been charter fishing Tampa Bay area since 1997. All my Tampa Bay area fishing charters are family friendly with an emphasis on being easy going and having a great time on the water! I invite you to take a look at my website, look through the photo galleries and fishing reports, and browse the pages to learn more about the fish species we target and when and where we target them.
    Tampa Bay Inshore Fishing Charters is a Tampa fishing guide service, providing people in the area with inshore fishing experiences. Captain Scott Keith is a licensed charter captain and a member of the Florida Guides Association. With passengers of all ages and skill levels, Mr. Keith can lead expeditions on Tampa Bay’s waters to catch snook, redfish, trout, tarpon, cobia, and even sharks.
    Welcome to our section on saltwater fishing tips. In this section you’ll learn how to fish in saltwater like a professional by learning everything you need to know about saltwater fishing. You don’t just get tips here, you get educated on the complete basics of saltwater fishing. You will start off by learning exactly what saltwater fishing is, followed up by some of the best saltwater fishing tips currently available to us. In addition, you’ll also get access to our list of recommended saltwater fishing tackle and additional resources of information. We hope you find everything you need in this section to become a successful saltwater angler.
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    It’s worth noting that the open season for some of the Gulf species tends to be very limited. It’s always a good idea to check with your captain or the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission before making the charter arrangements.

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