Last Updated on January 29, 2020 by Capt. Jason
This January we have seen some of the most consistent fishing that I can remember.
We have been fortunate to have a moderate winter with a few days of cold weather followed by periods of time with average temperatures.
With the Temps staying fairly consistent it has kept the Snook fishing at peak fishing levels if you have greenbacks. Which we have been able to locate easily on days the wind is not blowing.
Trout fishing has been extremely good on most trips we have been catching 30+ fish. Keep in mind all Spotted Seatrout are all catch and release.
Pompano fishing has also started to pickup, we have been able to successfully target this species almost every trip this month.
Redfish have been caught prowling the flats and outside edges on the big moons negative tides, and always prove to be a willing species to eat even on the coldest days in Tampa Bay.
We still are waiting to see the big push of Cobia into our power plants. Look for A big cold front to help make Water temps plunge to below the 58 degree mark to see a big push of Cobia into the bay.
We’re also running low tide trips in my poling skiff with all artificial if you’re looking for a truly unique experience.
Capt. Jason Dozier