Things to do in St. Pete Beach, Florida.
St. Pete Beach Fishing Charters
Looking for fun things to do in St. Pete Beach? You found it! Do what the locals do and go fishing! Florida is considered the fishing capital of the world and we have excellent fishing year round in St. Pete Beach!
Your best bet for catching fish while you are on vacation is to book a full service fishing charter with Capt. Zack from White Pearl Fishing Charter’s. Whether you have never fished before or are an experienced angler, Capt. Zack will take good care of you on your fishing charter.
Spring things to do in St. Pete Beach (Mar- May)
Spring fishing in St Pete Beach is one of the absolute best times to go fishing because the water is warming up and the fish are hungry. Species we commonly catch during spring are redfish, snook, trout, mackerel, tarpon, and more. Most of the fishing will be inshore on the flats of Tampa Bay with some of our tarpon and mackerel fishing charters taking us away from the flats out into the waters off of St. Pete Beach and into the deeper passes of Tampa Bay.
Summer things to do in St. Pete Beach (June- Aug)
Summer fishing in St. Pete Beach is just as hot as the Florida air. The water temps are warm and the snook have begun their summer spawn. This is the time you want to book a fishing charter if you’re looking to catch a trophy snook! During summer we also target tarpon frequently as they are in the middle of their migration. One of Capt. Zack’s absolute favorite ways to target tarpon during the summer months is bright and early right off St. Pete Beach. Getting on the water early allows you to beat the heat and go experience the real beauty this area has to offer!
Fall things to do in St. Pete Beach (Sept- Nov)
Fall fishing in St. Pete Beach is very much like our spring fishing minus the tarpon. The pelagic species like mackerel are back in full force and are ready to give you a drag screaming fight that will have you smiling from ear to ear! The redfish start schooling up again and the snook start making their way from their summer spawning spots to their winter safe havens. This is also a great time to book a fishing charter and get out on the water if you don’t like the summer heat.
Winter things to do in St. Pete Beach (Dec-Feb)
Winter fishing in St. Pete Beach can be just as action packed as spring if you know where to find the fish. Species we commonly catch on our winter fishing charters are redfish, trout, sheepshead, blackdrum, bluefish, snook, and more. The trout bite is usually non-stop during winter with most people catching trout on every cast. During this time we fish a lot of docks near St. Pete Beach and this is where we find a lot of redfish as well as many other species. On calm days we will head offshore on our St. Pete Beach fishing charters to catch hogfish, snapper, sheepshead, and more.