Fishing started out a little slow after another cold front passed through the area late last week here in Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. As we went through the week, the temperatures rebounded and the fishing did as well! The bait has not moved from previous reports and is plentiful at all the piers in Tampa Bay, Florida.
Full Moon Fishing In Florida on the Gulf of Mexico…
This week we managed to get some nice Trout in waters up to 6 ft near the deeper grass edges. While out chasing Trout this week, we also picked up Flounder and Mackerel in some of the areas that the Trout were hanging around.
The Snook bite is still on fire with most trips catching all the fish they want. Most of the Snook we are catching are in the 2 ft of water range. Look for the large sand areas or holes and there will most likely be Snook sitting in them.
We managed to catch a good amount of Redfish this week on the top end of the tide and the first part of the outgoing. We are catching the Redfish right along the mangrove trees using live Pilchards. The largest Redfish this week was 30″ and it put up a monster fight.
If you are looking to book a fishing charter trip and are near Anna Maria Island, Bradenton, Longboat Key, Sarasota, or Tampa Bay, Florida, book with Anna Maria Inshore Fishing LLC. call or text fishing guide Captain Kyle Taylor (941) 345-7182 AnnaMariaInshoreFishing.com