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Tampa Bay, New Port Richey, Clearwater, St. Petersberg, Tarpon Springs
The day will usually start around daybreak, depending on what will be used for bait you will either start fishing right away throwing artificials to redfish, speckled trout, and snook or you will glide across the flats to the area where you will help the captain cast net bait fish for the days fishing. Once this is decided the fishing will start.
You will catch glimpses of many of the fish you are going to catch as you move through the area’s maze of mangrove shorelines. You will spot many targets to present your bait to. Now the fun begins, you must stop the hard-charging snook from getting to the shoreline where he will likely break your line off in the oyster-encrusted roots of the mangroves. This exhilaration often happens within the first hour and you still have the rest of the day to try and get even.
Whether you are after Snook more under mangroves, tailing Reds on the flats, or trophy Sea Trout, this is the trip for you.
Capt. Greg fishes all over the west coast of Florida from world Famous Charlotte Harbor to the south and north to the beautiful waters of Crystal River, and all points in between including Tampa Bay, Clearwater, St.Petersberg, Tarpon Springs, New Port Richey, and Port Richey.
A combination of live and artificial baits is sure to produce everything from drag scorching runs to heart-stopping topwater action. Great for everyone from the seasoned tournament angler to the first time fisherman, and even the entire family. Peace, serenity, and the finest light tackle action available all can be found in the pristine waters of West Florida.
You will arrive at your charter and find all livewells fully stocked with frisky live baits ranging from whitebait, threadfins, crabs, shrimp, pinfish, mullet and ladyfish — as well as a wide array of the most productive artificial baits.