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Fishing Reports by Capt. Andy Boyette


2007-12-11
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Late Season Tarpon Tarpon in Charlotte Harbor, King Fish near the beach, Redfish tailing in Pine Island Sound, Snook moving up the rivers. The Florida weather as been picture perfect making fishing as hot as it gets this time of year with a variet more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-11-14
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Florida Tarpon Fishing Report Pine Island Sound With the first cold front that passed and the shorter days the water temps are climbing down and snook know to fatten up for the winter when during cold fronts they will lay up for days with out eat more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-10-25
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Charlotte Harbor Fishing Report A welcome weather change has came about with cooler weather you can stay warm with hot fishing. Snook fishing continues to be excellent with fish on the feed and fattening up for the winter. Slot size fish will read more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-10-02
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Fall Fishing Tarpon fishing is almost non-existent in our area now, as the fall patterns are beginning to immerge. Snook season reopened last month and have cooperated well, look for these fish to begin moving back to the creeks and rivers and de more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-08-25
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Tarpon Redfish Snook Tarpon are making a good showing in the harbor now with tarpon ranging from 50lbs to over a 150lbs. This action should continue into September. Redfish are begining to school up as top slot fish prepare to move offshore and more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-08-05
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Harbor Tarpon Tarpon fishing has been spotty in the harbor with the drought that was experienced in our area the harbor season will run late. The rains have finally settled into their usual patterns, so should the fishing pattern. It has been diff more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-05-17
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Tarpon Time Tarpon fishing is in full swing with Boca Grande Pass full of big tarpon. With the exception of some weather issues 120-150lb fish are in order all day long and into the evening. The bite has been awesome with an average of 5-6 hookups more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-05-15
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Tarpon Time Tarpon fishing is in full swing with Boca Grande Pass full of big tarpon. With the exception of some weather issues 120-150lb fish are in order all day long and into the evening. The bite has been awesome with an average of 5-6 hookups more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-04-23
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Almost Summer Tarpon fishing has been picking up in the area but the large numbers have still not arrived. With cold fronts still affecting the area fishing tarpon can be difficult with timing a critical issue. I expect this will soon pass and the more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-04-15
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Time For A Grand Slam Snook Redfish Trout and a Tarpon itís that time of the year when you can put together a grand slam and catch the big four all in one day. Snook fishing as been very good with good numbers of snook being caught, most are just more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande

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