Winter Fishing at it’s Finest!

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Winter Fishing at it’s Finest!

Last Updated on January 22, 2021 by SteamWorks

This winter has been nothing but spectacular. When the water temperatures drop, the water in the bay becomes crystal clear, and the opportunities for sight fishing are at its best. Combine the negative low tides and the clear water and you have some amazing chances to sight fish redfish and big trout. Redfish on low tides have been tailing and it is not uncommon to see dozen of tailing fish at a time. Redfish are cruising the super skinny water in search for crustaceans and tiny bait fish. I recently fished the power-pole redfish tournament and placed 11th out of 41 boats with some of the best redfish anglers in the state. Trout are making their way onto the flats in preparation for the upcoming spawning season. Pretty soon there will be big trout all over the shallow flats. Today we caught 4 nice trout between 20 and 22 inches. For Tampa Bay those are some amazing trout. This amazing sight fishing will continue all the way through the spring. Once the white bait starts invading the flats I will start to make the transition back to live baiting. Another amazing thing happening is that I have a new 22″ boat being built. I will soon be the proud owner of a Bonefish Hilltide 22. This boat will allow me to fish up to 4 angler and still float in very skinny water. If you are interested in a fishing charter please call me or fill out the contact form on the website. I look forward to hearing from you. 813-358-6046. @bagemfishingcharters

“Our group had a blast with Capt. Casey. The boat was comfortable and had plenty of room to accommodate our group of 5. Very knowedgable, very friendly and great fisherman. The redfish and trout where great for dinner.”
Richard P. from PA.
Happy Customer

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