Red Fishing

Redfish are plentiful most times of the year in Clearwater, Fl all way down through Indian Rocks Beach as well as North and South of these areas along the Gulf Coast. Skinny Water Charters knows the bait, stops and tips to get you on these beautiful fish winter, spring, summer and fall.

Below is a list of all Skinny Water Charters articles and fishing reports related to Red Fishing.

Early starts can pay big

From Indian Rocks to Clearwater, August and September can be challenging months to fish. Snook spread out in the the backwaters, passes, and spill ways. The early morning and late afternoon have produced fish from 5 to 12lb but there is always that chance of a 40in....

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The Inshore Charter Fishing Trifecta is upon us – Redfish, Snook and Tarpon are all in full swing.

The Inshore Charter Fishing Trifecta is upon us – Redfish, Snook and Tarpon are all in full swing.

Summer is here and with it the main three targets of anglers coming to this area are all here.  Tarpon, Redfish, and Snook are all actively feeding in the region.  Now is the time to catch all of these trophies. The Tarpon have shown up as is the norm for this time of...

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Variety, Variety, Variety.

With the massive amounts of bait that has recently shown up, fishing is in high gear. Spanish Mackerel are everywhere. Big Kingfish and sharks have made their way into the nearshore wrecks, as well as ledges just off Clearwater beach. The flats have finally gotten...

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Cooler Weather Brings the King, Reds & More | Late Oct Fishing Report

Cooler Weather Brings the King, Reds & More | Late Oct Fishing Report

The water has cooled down with the recent front. Bait has been plentiful, but on the small side with scaled sardines, threadfin, shad, ladyfish in abundance. With the cooler water, the nearshore has exploded with Spanish Mackerel, and we are seeing the start of their...

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Where to Hook Snook, Reds, Tarpon & Sharks in Clearwater Right Now

Where to Hook Snook, Reds, Tarpon & Sharks in Clearwater Right Now

Late August and September can be great months for Clearwater fishing fun! Here's a few tips for getting the most out of your time on the water right now. Snook finding tips Snook are in the passes mouths of creeks flits and the rivers in full force. Fish from 25" to...

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Escape into Clearwater fishing.   The August 2020 Report by Capt’ Craig

Escape into Clearwater fishing. The August 2020 Report by Capt’ Craig

Are you ready to get out on the Clearwater water-ways and away from all the chaos in the media and everywhere you look? As we kick off August 2020, fishing has been really good even though we are in the dog days of summer. Tarpon, Snook, Redfish and Trout have thinned...

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Coronavirus spreads causing businesses like Disney to close while fishing charters plan to remain open

Coronavirus spreads causing businesses like Disney to close while fishing charters plan to remain open

Even though Coronavirus is all over the media and places like Disney and other attractions are closing to help minimize the spread, charter boat fishing are a great alternative. Clearwater Flats Fishing Update for Mid March 2020 With the warmer weather moving in,...

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Targeting Redfish, Trout and Snook on the Clearwater flats & shallows in the New 2020 Decade

Targeting Redfish, Trout and Snook on the Clearwater flats & shallows in the New 2020 Decade

Redfish Where to find em' Redfish action has been steady lately around the Clearwater Flats back bay waters as well as the mangrove shorelines, oyster bars, residential docks and canals. How to hook em' These fish love to feed on the smaller pinfish, grass grunts...

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Clearwater Inshore fishing has been steady with an extremely warm December

Clearwater Inshore fishing has been steady with an extremely warm December

Skinny Water Charter's Capt' Craig Lahr breaks down the what, where and how to get on the fish this December and January on Clearwater's inshore. Trout: Trout fishing has been hit or miss. Speckled Trout have not made a big push to our area. Until we start cooling...

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Cool water Kingfish will test your tackle

Cool water Kingfish will test your tackle

Fishing is starting to get more diverse with the cold fronts bringing in cooler water. Among the species are Kingfish, Redfish and Speckled Trout. Kingfish Kingfish are here in big numbers right off the beach and will test your light tackle. If you want to get out and...

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