Light Tackle Inshore Fishing, Flats Fishing, Offshore Deep Sea Fishing Charters, Tarpon Springs Fishing Charters With  Tarpon Springs Fishing Guide, Captain John Fischbach of Absolute Florida Flats Fishing a Pasco/Pinellas County premier top notch Tarpon Springs Fishing Guide. While visiting the tarpon springs sponge docks in town, theres always availability for you to jump on one of our two boats to do some of the best Inshore light tackle flats fishing or offshore deep sea fishing for Redfish, Snook, Trout, Grouper, Snappers, sharks and the migratory pelagics that use our highway either heading north or south as part of their migration. Kingfish, Spanish mackerel, bonita, cobia, juvenile tarpon,sea bass, flounder, Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna and Sailfish!!!Speaking of snapper…Snappers on the reefs and wrecks spawn there in warm waters usually near shore in the warmer months, like now. Absolute Florida Flats Fishing likes 20160914_141400to fish for these hard fighting great tasting fish on light tackle. They are very leader shy and we must use small hooks like a #1.  As they grow, they become more difficult to fool especially in daylight.  Best bait are the pilchard hatch, scaled sardines, live chumming and cut bait chumming with them is best.  Sometimes you can bring the school right to the surface with heavy chumming techniques. When hooked mangrove snappers make strong runs, the wage a bull dogging battle all the way to boat side.  They are gray or pinkish above 20160912_101510and light on the underside, usually with an overall reddish hue that can range from coppery to brick red. They have a black line from snout over the eye which darkens when they’re in the mood. They are great tasting white filets, cooked your way. THESE SNAPPER TRIPS ARE FUN FAMILY TRIPS.. YOU CAN STILL SEE LAND WHILE FISHING 9-12 MILES OFFSHORE 🙂 All ages and from novice to experts can have fun with light tackle reef fishing!!! FUN FAMILY FISHING TRIPS! Angler’s of all ages and experiences levels welcome! Providing Quality Fishing Charters since March 2001!

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