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Steady Action Fishing Charters is a Tampa fishing charter service that specializes in light tackle fishing charters in the Tampa FL and St. Petersburg area. We're just an hour drive from Disney World Resorts. We welcome all anglers from novice to expert, solo to corporate parties, to come out and enjoy a great day of Tampa FL fishing.


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The flats and backcountry waters in and around Tampa are some of the finest fishing grounds in the world for Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout and Cobia. There are shallow flats, and miles of peaceful backcountry which are the breeding grounds of most game fish. You can target schools of Redfish roaming the flats, Trout feeding in the miles of healthy sea grass, Tarpon Rolling along the bridges and passes throughout the bay, or Snook lying in the miles of undeveloped Mangroves lining Tampa Bay. There is also fantastic near shore fishing around many artificial wrecks, and reefs where you'll find Grouper, Mackerel, Mangrove Snapper and many other species that will make for a great day of fishing! Top that off with a breathtaking daily sunrise and sunset frequented with Dolphins and Manatees. It's all waiting for you here.

Take a moment to view our Tampa fishing photo gallery, where you'll see some of the many species of fish our fishing charter customers have recently caught. We've also included some Tampa area information, as well as fishing articles, and Tampa fishing regulations.

Tampa Fishing Charter - Tampa Fishing Guide, Tampa, FL

Steady Action Charters is owned and operated by Tampa fishing guide Captain Jason Prieto, a Florida Gulf Coast native who has been fishing the waters of Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg his entire life.

Tampa Fishing Special

August 14, 2014

Late Summer Fishing Offering up some great options on Tampa Bay

August is a busy month as people get ready to get there young ones back in school. This means people tend to put fishing on the back burner, but little do they know this is one of the best times of year to get out. Here are a few reasons why you should get out to do fishing in August.Weather is pretty consistent so you don’t have to worry too much about booking charter and having to reschedule or cancel due to bad weather. In Florida its nice in the morning and rainy in the afternoon this time of year. Second is crowds this time of year are down so you can enjoy a great day of fishing without boats running all over the place. (Even on weekends) Third is that bait is very easy to get in the summer. What this means for you is getting back to the dock by noon yet still have a great day on the water. Typically this time of year if your willing to get an early start we will be back by noon with plenty of fish caught and more than likely fresh lunch. Next I’m sure you wondering what exactly will we be catching?

August offers up  a variety of species from Reds on the flats,to Snook on the beaches,but I would have to say our best catch this year would have to be the Mangrove Snapper. Every year in July and August Mangrove Snapper move into Tampa Bay and use all of the artificial reefs, wrecks, bridges, and and other type of structure as their spawning grounds. Snapper range in size from 8 to 20 inches with the minimum size being 10 inches to harvest. They are also a great fish for the table and put up an awesome fight. We typically use the same light tackle spinning gear used on the flats so both novice and experienced anglers will not have a problem.Mangroves are one of the best fighting fish for their sizes since they hang together in big schools you typically catch a bunch of them. Since we are fishing areas in the bay with structure you will catch other species while Snapper fishing. Shark, Flounder, Cobia, and Grouper are just a few of other that will be hanging in these same areas. If Mangroves are not on your list well we are also catching plenty of Reds,Snook and Trout. as we head towards the fall. Remember your never to busy to go fishing. Tight lines.

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