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Tampa Bay Fishing at its best!
Tampa Bay Inshore Charters, a premier Tampa Bay Fishing service in Tampa Bay offers several different duration fishing trips to suit your needs. All ages and skill levels are welcome as we traverse the waters and experience Tampa Bay Fishing in search of snook, redfish, trout, tarpon, cobia, and sharks. It’s the best Tampa Bay inshore fishing on light tackle you will find. Capt. Scott Keith will work tirelessly to ensure your success. You don’t want to miss out by choosing a less-experienced captain. They’re not all equal, and there’s a lot more to a successful charter than a guy who can drive a boat. Be sure to check out our Charter Information Page for complete details and cost for our Tampa Bay Fishing trips.
Prices for Tampa Bay Fishing charters are all-inclusive, meaning there are no hidden fees or extra charges. Each trip includes:
- 21′ center console fishing boat with latest technology
- Fishing for up to two (2) anglers. 3rd and 4th anglers are $50 each.
- Saltwater fishing licenses and game fish stamps
- Premium fishing gear featuring Shimano Stradic spinning reels
- Live and artificial bait
Why choose Tampa Bay Inshore Charters?
Experience: Over 30 years of Tampa Bay Fishing experience – 13 years as a professional guide
Commitment to success: Fishing isn’t always easy – I’ll work hard to ensure success
Respect: Each client is treated with the utmost respect and appreciation – I take nothing for granted and appreciate each opportunity to serve
Community: Tampa Bay Inshore Fishing Charters gives back to the community. Capt. Scott Keith works with local Veteran’s groups, Children’s Foundations, hospitals, and other organizations to bring attention to various causes and introduce Tampa Bay Fishing to a wide variety of groups.
Tampa Bay Fishing Report
Last Update: 12/12/2017 Tampa Bay Fishing is in winter-ish mode right now. The cold fronts have finally made it to Florida. It had to happen eventually. We will have a few days of cool weather here and there, but, hopefully, it won’t persist. Given the cool conditions in December, I would expect the major pattern to shift back to something warmer for January. You can generally expect a 3 to 4 week cycle. The same thing happened last year, and late winter turned out to be fantastic. It was more like spring. Let’s hope for those same conditions this year. In the meantime, we will fish around the cold fronts and the strong winds they typically bring. Tactics will change, and species like snook will be less of a target. They don’t tolerate cold water very well. Sea trout and redfish should continue to be strong. We target just the right tide and environmental conditions to provide the best opportunity. Give me a call and let’s get something booked for winter or even spring. It’s never too early to plan that spring outing. We appreciate your business and are thankful for each outing. Call or text me at (813) 760-6735 and let’s get something booked. Don’t miss out on a great fall Tampa Bay Fishing Trip. We appreciate the support and you will have a fabulous day of fishing.
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