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Some jacks, a black sea bass and a bluefish were caught as well. Red tide has showed up again and measured at a medium level. Kingfish have shown up as close to the beach as 3. Check the artificial reefs and look for the bait and the birds. Plenty of Spanish mackerel are also in the mix, reports Capt.

Redfish: The redfish bite continues for Tampa Bay area anglers. Good size fish and plenty of schools have been reported again this week. Reds were also biting inside the back bays along with speckled trout. Snook were biting at night around the lights. Mangrove snapper and sheepshead were on the structure and the pilings. Spanish mackerel, whiting and some pompano were biting around the jetty. Pompano are biting around the bridge. Snook are biting around the keys and mangroves islands.

Jackass Key has been especially good. Some snapper are also biting on structure on the flats. The piers are producing Spanish mackerel, snapper and sheepshead.

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Pompano, whiting and jacks are biting in Bunces Pass, reports Capt. The gag grouper bite has really ramped up with more keeper size fish being caught. Most of the gags right now are resident fish, but around the end of the month, there should be a big push of spawning fish moving in from the gulf into the bay.

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Some big snook are staging up and preparing to move into the backwaters and up the river, reports Capt. John Gunter of Palmetto Mangrove snapper are all over the inshore reefs, bridges or any other structure in the water.

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Spanish mackerel are also showing up in the bay with various size fish schooling together, reports Capt. Redfish are biting on the docks and along the mangroves on the high tides.

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Palma Sola Bay is also producing good redfish action and some snook. Kingfish are also in the shipping channel around the Whistler Buoy. Gag grouper and mangrove snapper are biting along the channel, the reefs in the lower bay and around structure. Pompano are biting at the Misner and Bunces Pass bridges, along with some of the other area bridges. More schools and larger s of redfish have shown up chasing mullet around the area. The flats bite for snook, redfish and speckled trout is good around the Fourth Street flats as well as both the Picnic and Weedon Island areas.

More cobia have shown up on the flats this week and the trout bite is also better on artificials. More sheepshead have moved in around the bridge along with some pompano and black drum. The same rocks are producing keeper size mangrove snapper, grunts and some flounder.

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Redfish, snook and trout action remains good on the flats. Cast gold spoons to locate the redfish, reports Toney. The mahi bite is good, but deep, about 25 miles out. At the inlet, the north side of the jetty is producing snook, tarpon and sharks chasing mullet in the surf. The surf to the south has been dirty with weeds this week. Inside the inlet, the snook bite is good on the outgoing tides around the bridges and at night on mullet.

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Some tarpon are also in the mix. The channel ledges are producing mangrove and lane snapper on small mojarra, reports Clint Walker at the Fishing Center of St. Lucie Facebook Twitter .

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Looking for Redfish? Anglers continue to find them with good size in Tampa Bay. Michael Wilson Ledger correspondent.

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