Our half day Tampa bay fishing charter in search of redfish, snook, snapper and other inshore species.
A five hour Tampa bay fishing trip for the price of four for active and retired military.
This affordable Tampa bay fishing trip offers the best amount of time for a day of stalking our local gamefish.
A day of inshore action in the morning and nearshore Tampa bay reef fishing in the after noon.
Stalk the Silver King on one of our Tampa bay tarpon fishing trips. Limit two angler per trip.
Inshore 2 Offshore Fishing Adventures is a local family owned and operated business serving the greater Tampa Bay area. We strive to offer the best in customer service by providing Tampa Bay fishing trips that are tailored to the needs of our customers. It is Important to me not only as a Captain but as an avid fisherman that my clients and passengers have not only a great time while out with me but leave with a lifetime of memories.
Our day begins with a journey to the areas we fish, Cockroach Bay, Piney Point, Bishops Harbor or the near shore reefs of Tampa Bay. Depending on time, tide and nautical conditions we may start the day with speckled sea trout, redfish and snook and finish on a near shore reef catching snapper, cobia, shark or even tarpon.
You may see dolphin, manatee or even various rays prowling the flats, I love the estuary I call home and am always amazed at the diversity of life the bay provides. I have spent a good portion of my life fishing and boating these waters and know that the only expectation I have is to have no expectations of the sights and sounds that fishing Tampa Bay provides. Everyday is a new adventure filled with the promise that a trophy fish is out there somewhere waiting for you to cast your bait to it.
Join us for your next fishing adventure and see why Tampa Bay Fishing is the best fishing in Florida.
Captain Sean Goddard
Tampa Fishing Charter Late Summer Report Inshore Tampa fishing can be challenging with water temperatures in the 90’s. Thunderstorms and heat can make for a long day on the water. But there still are plenty of fish to catch and relief from the weather and heat is right around the corner. The snook are moving backRead More
Hot weather is a reason stay hydrated Tampa Bay inshore fishing has been good to slow due to hot weather. The lack of thunderstorms is causing high water temps and high salinity in the bay. The fish have been sluggish and slow to bite in the later part of the day. The best time to fish isRead More
Summer Inshore Fishing is Firing Up Inshore fishing charter Captain Sean Goddard reports that the redfish in Tampa Bay have turned on are cruising the deeper mangrove shorelines and showing up on the flats. They are feeding aggressively and eating larger pilchards on a rising tide. It seems like the fish are all in the upper end of the slot andRead More