The best games are the ones that go into extra innings …
Captain Adam Lambert is a South Florida native who has taken up residence in Tampa, Florida. With all of the many saltwater species he caught growing up, it is the one he did not that eventually caught him – redfish. Now Captain Adam spends his days taking clients out in Tampa Bay to chase after his favorite fish. But he also loves when lots of different kinds of fish come over the rail in addition to redfish. In this episode, Captain Adam shares a trip where the redfish action was hot. What followed during the “extra inning” of fishing was even hotter, some black drum magic.
Captain Adam grew up in South Florida where he got to experience offshore fishing at its finest. In college at Florida State, he would fish the Florida Panhandle region whenever he could, which is where his love for redfish began. Now as a Tampa Bay guide, he fishes for reds and numerous other species. These include snook, sea trout, and the occasional shark. And let’s forget black drum, which are the guest stars of this episode.
Captain Adam (left) and two happy clients (center, right) with some serious bridge donkeys – the black drum from this episode
This episode takes place in northern Tampa Bay, Florida.
Catch of the Day
Red drum, black drum, bull shark
This episode is about a cool multi-species day in the awesome Tampa Bay fishery.
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