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Suncoast/Tampa Bay Fishing Report, Capt. Gary Burch, September/October 2012

by on Nov.05, 2012, under Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo, Old Tampa Bay--Above the Bridges, Uncategorized

September was pretty much a continuation of August as the fishing and catching action went.  All of the targeted species were available at any given time.  The water temps were slightly lower around 85 degrees and the air temperatures were around the middle 80’s. We did not cool down until later in the month and into October.

Most of my clients were catching trout, reds, snook, mackerel, sharks and a number of other species.  The key to September and October fishing was to keep moving around and chumming the spot with shrimp and white baits.  This created a very active area and drew in lots of hungry fish.

On into October, we had a few cool fronts that dropped the water temps below the 80 degree mark.  This seemed to turn on the bite and move the fish to different areas.  I checked the mangrove cuts and found redfish and trout had started to show up.  Also some larger trout were making their way into the bays.  I spotted a few snook in transition from the gulf passes to the bays.  These cold fronts should set up some great fall and early winter fishing.

Jim and company came out on a nice warm day and we fished in Clearwater Bay.  They caught a variety of fish on shrimp and white baits which included several nice redfish, a dozen nice trout, mackerel and lady fish.  We put in an effort for a snook but had no takers.

Richard and Joy joined me on a midweek trip to the shallows.  They caught redfish, trout and mackerel throughout the day.  Joy landed her first shark, a small Bonnet Head and had fun doing it.

Jordan and group picked a great day to go fishing.  Winds were calm and we had a great incoming tide.  They both started out catching some fighting redfish.  Nothing large but some great fighters.  Jordan’s biggest fish was 25 inches.  As we moved around the bay, they added several dozen trout, a few large mackerel and a shark or two.  At one of our stops, Jordan landed a 27 inch snook.  He did a great job catching the fish on light tackle.  This gave Jordan the slam of the day

Keith came out on a windy day.  We caught fish moving around to the cleanest water possible.  When the wind blows it dirties the water and scatters the bait fish and the fish that feed on them.  They usually migrate to the cleaner water around the bay.  Keith ended up with several nice redfish and trout.  He also added several mackerel and lady fish to the catch.

Kevin and family joined me for some fall fishing.  We moved around the bay fishing the areas that had the cleanest water.  Of course, the women struck first catching some nice trout, mackerel and a small shark.  It took a few more spots before the men finally showed up.  Kevin and dad caught some nice size trout with one measuring in over 20 inches.  They also added some mackerel and lady fish.  We put some time in for redfish but had no takers.

We had some great weather for Chase and Casey.  Moving around the bay paid off as we were able to cover more stops which resulted in more fish.  Both caught redfish up to 22 inches and trout up to 19 inches.  Several mackerel and lady fish were added to the pot as well.  Casey caught a small Bonnet Head shark and did a fantastic job boating the fish on light tackle.

Late October I could tell that fall was in the air.  Most of the fish caught at this time were very hungry and aggressive.  Even the smaller reds and trout took the bait like a freight train.  This is a great indication of things to come.

Watch for November to continue this trend of aggressive fish action.  Now if a strong cold front hits the area and drops the water temps 10 to 15 degrees, the fishing will disappear for a few days.  But give it a day or two and the sun will warm it back up.

Get out there and have some fun winter fishing.

Capt. Gary Burch
www.allcatchcharters.com

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Visit With Area Captains at Tampa Tribune Outdoors and Boat Show, March 2-4, 2012

by on Feb.27, 2012, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS

I’ll be in the Visit Natural North Florida booth on Saturday and Sunday.  Also, Captains Ray Markham (Terra Ceia and south Tampa Bay), William Toney (Crystal River and Homosassa) and Gary Burch (Clearwater) will also be making presentations on stage.

For complete information:  http://www.saltwateranglersguide.com/?p=3742

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2012 Winter Fishing Report, Clearwater/Tampa Bay, from Capt. Gary Burch

by on Jan.18, 2012, under Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo, Old Tampa Bay--Above the Bridges, St. Pete Beaches

Clearwater and Tampa Bay Area Winter Fishing Report

Fishing has been very good this winter in Clearwater and the Tampa Bay fishing area.  Our weather here on the west coast has held up for the most part with just a couple of cold snaps that sent the water temperature down below 60 degrees.  The sunshine prevailed and temps bounced right back to the normal range of 60 to 65.  The fish dislike a drastic change in temperature and will shut down for a few days after a cold front.

The bigger trout have moved into the bays of Clearwater and St. Joseph Sound and will hang around all winter till the water warms up in the spring.  Locating the bigger trout is fairly easy as they tend to congregate together in the grass flats that are adjacent to channels and along the spoil islands that dot the bays.  The big gator trout over 22 inches are a bit more difficult to find.  They can be mixed in with the smaller schools or off on their own in another part of the bay.  Searching different areas throughout the inland waters may pay off.

The redfish have been scattered around the shallow waters near the mangroves and are constantly moving.  Locating any consistent action has been a daily chore.  Cold fronts and extreme low tides keep moving the fish to different parts of the back waters.  There are a few areas that small reds can be found with hopes of larger fish moving in this winter.

My trips have been consistent with good numbers of big trout and small redfish taking main stage.  Dale, Pam, Jake and Zack joined up and landed lots of trout and a few redfish.  They caught the fish using live shrimp under a float type set up.  Moving around to different parts of the bay and back water was the ticket for success.

Bob, Christine and Robert had a cold day of catching up some big trout and a few reds.  Christine scored the biggest trout at 20 inches and Robert had close second with a 19 inch beauty.  We fished with live shrimp, mostly from the float set up around Clearwater and Dunedin bays.

We had a few days of sunshine to warm things up when John, Mike and Pat came out.  They caught several dozen trout from 15 to 20 inches with a couple of them at the 20 inch mark.  I don’t remember who caught the biggest trout because the competition was fierce.  Mike did catch the biggest redfish and enjoyed bragging rights.  A great time was had by all.

Brian was here in the US from Ireland on business and took a day off to test the waters of Clearwater and St. Joseph Sound.  We were on a few redfish in the morning but none were very active.  A cold front slide through a day earlier and the water temps dipped below 60 degrees.  We relocated and found trout in the north Dunedin waters.  Brian landed some 15 fish with the biggest around 19 inches.  Also he scored on a nice 18 inch pompano in which he took back for dinner.  There’s nothing better than a beautiful day of catching fish in 58 degree water.

As long as these cold fronts are not very strong, look for the fishing to continue at an increasing pace.  We have had some beautiful days of fishing this January and I’m looking forward to more.

Capt. Gary Burch
www.allcatchcharters.com

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Clearwater Fishing Repot, 12/7/11, from Capt. Gary Burch

by on Dec.07, 2011, under Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo

Hi all and Happy Holidays,

Tis the season to be thankful for all we have given and all of our
families.  I hope this Nov. fishing report finds you well.

November turned out to be an excellent fishing month.  The weather on the
most part was very seasonal and the fish loved it.

The gator trout and redfish action got a lot better with the cooler
temperatures and should continue and even get better as we head into
winter.

Nov. fishing report with photos is attached.

You can find out what we will be catching in December HERE:

http://www.examiner.com/tampa-fishing-in-tampa-bay/gary-burch

All reports, forecast and articles along with all the fishing photos will
be posted on my web page.  http://www.allcatchcharters.com

Stay in touch on FaceBook. “Like Us” or comment here.

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=logo#!/captgaryb

Thank you, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Capt. Gary Burch

http://www.allcatchcharters.com

captgary@allcatchcharters.com
727 458-6335

For more information on a charter with Capt. Gary, please visit web site
above or call.  Thank you

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Clearwater Fishing Report, Capt. Gary Burch, October 2011

by on Nov.07, 2011, under Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo

The October weather has finally cooled down to seasonal averages.  After a few cold fronts that passed through the area, the water temperatures settled down to around 70 degrees.  There have been a few days that were extremely windy and we searched out the lee side of the bay to find less choppy and cleaner water.  All in all, it has been a good fishing month.

The trout fishing has been on fire in the shallows of Clearwater Bay.  Most of my trips have targeted trout and redfish.  Mackerel and lady fish have also been added to the catch.  Grassy areas in about three to four feet of water throughout the bay have been holding the most fish.  We used the incoming and the outgoing tides to catch the majority of our fish.

Red fishing has been scattered around the flats and back waters.  We caught small reds on some days and large fish on others.  As we move further into winter, hopefully the bigger fish will school in a more consistent matter.

Here are some typical trips I had throughout October.

Mark, Bill and Andy came out and started in on the trout on their first cast.  All anglers caught over 30 trout from 14 to 18 inches and a couple small redfish.  They added lots of high flying lady fish and some nice size mackerel to the catch.  Andy is showing us his biggest mackerel.

The trout continued their attack on our baits as Mike, Adam and Tomas came aboard.  They caught over 40 trout moving around Clearwater bay while dropping their baits on the surrounding grass flats.  We used both white baits and shrimp under a float to attract our action.  Tomas caught the biggest trout and Mike caught the smallest.  They said there was no completion going on, but I’m just saying!  Lots of lady fish and some small redfish were caught as well.  Adam ended the day with the big fish award, a beautiful 31 inch redfish.

Don brought his grandson, Taylor along for a day of fishing.  Both caught several dozen trout and lady fish.  Taylor landed his biggest fish ever, a 29 inch redfish.  He did a great job fighting and landing the fish but had a little trouble holding it up for pictures.  Don helped out then released the red to fight another day.

Margo and friends picked a great day to be fishing.  A little over cast and slightly windy but the fishing was off the charts.  Together they caught 14 different species including, 20 trout, 2 black drum, 3 redfish, 2 flounder, 2 sharks and lots of others.  It was nonstop from start to finish.

So far we haven’t had any strong cold fronts to really mess up the fishing action.  Fishing in October ended up very consistent for this time of year.  We’ll get cooler in November and that will bring in bigger and better schools of trout and redfish.  Can’t wait.

Capt. Gary Burch
www.allcatchcharters.com

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Clearwater and Upper Tampa Bay April 2011 Fishing Report and May Forecast from Capt. Gary Burch

by on May.04, 2011, under Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo, Old Tampa Bay--Above the Bridges

April fishing has been off the charts.  The month started out good and
ended up being one of the best catching months in years.

I am attaching the April report because the photo’s are in the report. The
report is also on my web site.  All clients mentioned in the report, your
photo’s have been uploaded to my site.

Please note that the May forecast can be viewed on my web site at:

http://www.allcatchcharters.com/reports/may-fishing-forecast-for-the-clearwater-area-38.php

All indications are pointing to May turning out to be a great fishing
month as well.

Take care.

Capt Gary Burch

http://www.allcatchcharters.com

captgary@allcatchcharters.com
727 458-6335

For more information on a charter with Capt. Gary, please visit web site
above or call.  Thank you

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Results from the 2011 TAMCO Fishing Tournament

by on May.01, 2011, under TAMPA BAY AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

The 5th Annual 2011 TAMCO Charity Grand Slam Fishing Tournament was a big success.

Let me start off by thanking all of America’s heroes for serving our country.

TAMCO Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, non-partisan charity which provides direct support to military veterans from Florida who have been severely wounded and disabled while serving our country.

The overarching aim is to embrace these American Heroes and their families throughout their recovery and their return home as they rebuild their lives and endure associated challenges from their disabilities.

The Greater Tampa Bay community currently is home to 330,000 veterans and will be the home to a “new” generation of disabled veterans that have survived devastating injuries left from the war in Iraq and Afghanistan.

They are proud to announce that with your support TAMCO raised over $120,000 to help fund our “Embracing Florida’s Wounded Heroes” Program.

They kicked off the event with the famous Captain’s Party Crawfish Boil at the Westshore Yacht Club Thursday, April 14th. Over 350 guests enjoyed

crawfish, crab races, and more!   Lester Freeman and ‘D’ Band performed

flawlessly with a special performance by Belinda Womack.  Guest speaker and wounded hero, Kathy Champion spoke powerfully touching on the difficulties heroes often face, and how the foundation is here to help.

Coast guard helicopters led more than 60 boats and 250 anglers and captains out on the bay Friday morning.  Anglers had an opportunity to meet and thank our wounded heroes for their service.  After a long day on the water anglers waited patiently over dinner and drinks as the 2011 Grand Slam Winners were announced.  Congratulations tournament winners!

Grand Slam – Snookaholics Anonymous – 84” – Captain Aaron Taylor

Joseph Grimes, Jolene Lastinger, Mathew Lastinger

Snook – Kalle Wilwant – 36” – Captain John Griffith

Redfish – Drew Robertson – 32.5” – Captain Rob Gorta

Trout  – Dylan McCordless – 27” – Captain Jeff Hagaman

Mark Your Calendars for next year’s Tournament April 19-20, 2012!

I WILL BE THERE!

Visit TAMCO’s web site for more pictures of the event.

http://www.tamcofoundation.org

813.472.1574

Capt Gary Burch

http://www.allcatchcharters.com

727 458-6335

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March and April 2011 fishing reports for Clearwater and Dunedin from Capt. Gary Burch

by on Apr.10, 2011, under Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo

You can tell spring time is here.  I’ve been extremely busy in March and April and a little slow in getting out the fishing action for this area.

The action has been nonstop with tons of trout, many redfish and lots of speedy mackerel and high flying ladyfish.

We had a 25 1/4 inch trout, an 18 inch, 4 lb. pompano, many 24 inch mackerel and several 27 inch redfish

Also here is the April forecast for the Clearwater and Dunedin fishing areas.

http://www.allcatchcharters.com/reports/april-fishing-forecast-clearwater-tampa-bay-34.php

Everybody have a great summer!

Capt Gary Burch

http://www.allcatchcharters.com

captgary@allcatchcharters.com

727 458-6335

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TAMCO Slam Tourney, Tampa Bay, April 14 and 15, 2011

by on Mar.03, 2011, under Old Tampa Bay--Above the Bridges, Tampa Bay, East and South Shore, Tampa Bay, West Shore and St. Petersburg

From Capt. Gary Burch:

I wanted to share this info about the TAMCO Slam Tourney Thursday and
Friday the 14th and 15th of April.

This tournament raises money to directly support our Florida’s wounded
military veterans.

There are different levels of participation if interested.  Go to their
web site to get all the info.  Even if you just want to attend the
Captains Crawfish Boil Feast for the evening, please check it out at www.tamcofoundation.org

Attached is a flyer with additional details.

I will be one of the Pro Captains taking out our wounded veterans to
participate in the tourney.

Capt Gary Burch
http://www.allcatchcharters.com
captgary@allcatchcharters.com
727 458-6335

For more information on a charter with Capt. Gary, please logon to web
site above.  Thank you

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St. Petersburg Fishing Report from Capt. Gary Burch, January 13, 2011

by on Jan.13, 2011, under Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo, Old Tampa Bay--Above the Bridges, St. Pete Beaches

Hope all are warm.

Finally got this Dec. fishing report out.  Full report on web site here:

http://www.allcatchcharters.com/reports/december-frigid-fishing-report-29.php

Fishing in December was at best spotty.  The usual residents, trout and redfish, were in cold water mode.  They took off to find the warmest water possible.

There were some days I had clients out searching and catching the willing fish.

As soon as the weather can settle into average conditions, the trout and redfish will start coming alive.  I look for the fish to gather in their seasonal areas for the rest of the winter.

Check out the reports and forecast on my web site.  Take care and stay warm.

Capt Gary Burch

http://www.allcatchcharters.com

captgary@allcatchcharters.com

727 458-6335

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