The Nature Coast is the area from St. Joseph
Sound in Pasco county, up the gulf coast to
Ochlockonee Bay in Wakulla county. Along this
stretch of coastline, crystal clear spring fed rivers
flow into beautiful salt marshes dotted with
mangroves. The coast is also dotted with many
wildlife refuges that hold an abundance of fish and
bird species. The southern parts of this pristine
unspoiled coast, including Tarpon Springs,
Chassahowitzka, and Homosassa,are only about a 40
minute drive from the bustling city of Tampa. The
Northern area can be accessed from Gainsville or Ocala.
This area is a wonderful place to escape the busy, urban
areas and visit old Florida. A shallow draft skiff is needed
to reach much of the area's best fishing. Fly fishing
redfish, trout, and the occasional monster snook is the
way to go. Tarpon also Migrate through the waters along
the Nature Coast during the spring and summer months.
Let us create a custom fly fishing charter for you today.
Tampa Bay has become a fantastic fishery thanks to extreme
conservation measures and fish stocking programs. There are
great opportunities to sight cast for redfish and tarpon in clear
water. Fly fishing Tampa bay is a great way to experience it. You
can pluck away at the mangroves and small creeks while fly fishing
for snook, or work the grass flats for trout and other species with
jigs. The variety of fish is unbelievable, and ways to catch them
are almost limitless. Tampa Bay has a great fishery year round.
Fly fishing Tarpon happens March - August, the best time to sight
cast and fly fish for redfish, is fall and winter.
Shallowwaterflyfishing.com hosted by Nick Angelo
|Fly Fishing Tampa Bay, Sarasota, St Pete, Homosassa, and the Nature Coast.
Guided fly fishing charters and light tackle fishing charters.
Welcome to ShallowWaterFlyFishing.com
Your Tampa Bay fly fishing charter is easily reached from the
cities of Sarasota, St Pete Beach, Clearwater Beach, and
downtown Tampa. Tampa Bay is the largest open-water estuary in
Florida. There are over 200 species of fish found in or around the
bay area and its crystal clear gulf beaches. Amongst those are
the popular fish we love to pursue on fly and light tackle like
redfish, tarpon, snook, sea trout, spanish mackerel, cobia,
mangrove snapper, and grouper to name a few. Other marine
animals like manatees, dolphins, and sea turtles will highlight your
trip. There is a wide variety of well known bird species such as
pelicans, sandpipers, and roseate spoonbills for viewing or
photographing. We offer photography tours in addtion to the light
tackle fishing charters and fly fishing charters.
Captain Nick Angelo specializes in fly fishing and light tackle fishing on Florida's Gulf Coast. He is a patient, full-time, Florida
native fishing guide. Fishing is not just his career, but a life long passion. Capt. Nick welcomes both novice and experienced
anglers. Teaching is a major part of his job, and he enjoys sharing his knowledge of fly and light tackle fishing with his
anglers. So if you're a seasoned tarpon fly angler, or someone looking to learn more about the sport of fly fishing, come
share a day on the water with him.
. Based out of Tampa Bay Florida, Capt. Nick practices sight fishing on the shallow waters from Sarasota northward along the
Nature coast. This area offers a wonderfully diverse fishery. One day an angler might find themselves fly fishing for tailing
redfish, with dowtown Tampa as the backdrop. Another day could be spent fishing giant tarpon along the Gulf's white sandy
beaches. Or one can take a few days sight fishing tarpon or redfish in one of Florida's "last frontiers". Using customized flats
skiffs, Capt. Nick can traverse this unique stretch of coastline offering his clients a truly personalized fishing trip.
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 813-230-8473
for more information on fishing seasons, charters and packages.
The Nature Coast