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We fished the mid-day high tide using the higher tide and warmer water as our friend.
Silver trout continue to be an easy target for anglers.
The cold weather should move cobia, pompano, reds and other fish into the warm water outflows of local power plants.
While fishing the south shore of Tampa Bay and the Little Manatee River with Capt. Jason Prieto, we found plenty of snook on the flats and mangrove edges, like spring time.
The zip line, or outrodder, technique gets your bait out away from the pier and holds it in one position just below the surface.
Trout, redfish, snook, grouper, sheepshead, flounder and lots of bait stealers can be the expected catch around docks.
Report from Tampa Bay fishing captains: Big kings came over the railings at the Redington Pier. Mackerel are biting at the Skyway Fishing Pier.
Big schools of thrashing false albacore are in the ship channel near Egmont Key. Capt. Bill Miller shares some brief fishing reports from our Gulf Coast beaches
This week's fishing report includes information on mackerel, jack crevalle and lady fish between the Gandy and Frankland bridges.
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