23 Feb Springtime fishing charters Tampa Bay
The time for a Springtime fishing charters Tampa Bay is now! Its almost as if someone flipped a switch and we went from full blown winter to spring in a matter of a few days. January 2018 one one of the coldest months we have had here in the Tampa Bay area since January 2010 when we had record lows that dropped our water temps so low it caused a massive fish kill. I was getting a bit concerned this year it could be a repeat of that scenario but we got very lucky and God wiling we pulled through with a very good survival rate for our fish.
As a matter of fact February started of great with our water temps climbing into the 70s. The perfect temps for our live bait to show up in force and for our fish to start feeding. We have been having some banner days of Snook, Trout and Redfishing. Its just been amazing!
I have had some great customers this month who were a lot of fun to have out on a fishing charters Tampa Bay.
Matt an Aubrey are newlyweds. They traveled to Florida to spend some time honeymooning. They couldn’t of picked a better time. They caught a variety of fish that day.
I also had a group of ladies out this month that I really enjoyed having on the boat. What a fun group! They spent the morning catching Snook and Trout. They took some Trout home for dinner.
Now is the time to book your Tampa Flats and Bay Fishing Charter. Prime dates are filling fast. If I am not available I can usually recommend a full time fishing guide that is. Keep in mind that unlike some of these booking agency’s and even other guides in the area that the guides I recommend are Full Time, have Years of Tampa Bay guiding experience, I have either personally fished with them or have fished side by side with them out on Tampa Bay. It is very important to me that you have a great memorable experience while you are here in Tampa. I put my name and reputation on every Fishing Charters Tampa Bay that I personally do or refer to another great captain.
I hope to book your next fishing adventure soon!
Capt. Steve Betz