Florida's third largest city and the only one not dependent on tourism. Much of the natural habitat has been replaced by development and seawalls. But it didn't stop the snook, redfish, mangrove snapper and sheepshead from hanging around. Check the seagrass for spotted seatrout, redfish and flounder. The large artificial reef is home to cobia, jacks, mackerel, snapper, grouper and grunts.
Featured Species: Cobia, Crevalle Jack, Gag Grouper, Gray Snapper, King Mackerel, Red Drum, Sheepshead, Snook, Spanish Mackerel, Spotted Seatrout and Tarpon
Tips and Techniques for Featured Species
No Access Locations Indicated
61 Proven Fishing Areas Marked
Area Marina Information
Artificial Reefs Indicated with GPS (if applicable)
Covers coast surrounding the Tampa Bay
Size: 18 x 24 in. size. Folds to 6 x 9 in.
Features: shaded contours, boat accesses, and marked fishing areas on select maps