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Fishing Reports by Capt. Andy Boyette


2007-03-16
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Not So Good Report Weather patterns have really affected the fishing this past week. High winds have chased the bait to different locations making it difficult to acquire bait for a trip, depending on location. With an approaching cold front today more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-02-27
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Spring Or Winter Winter keeps and coming and going all in the same week making things interesting for the most part. But as everyone knows spring starts happening here in March which is in just a few days. If you are like me and get up early befor more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-02-13
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Temps Drop Fishing Picks Up Trout fishing continues to very good with limits of trout in the keeper range and oversized fished in the mix. Deeper flats with scattered potholes are worth your attention. Drifting these flats while casting to the edg more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-01-31
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Winter Arrived Winter finally made it and it was cold, with temps into the thirties for two days and highs only in the fifties things might turn normal. Most of the schooled up redfish should have headed for deeper water and the trout may get into more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2007-01-07
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - New Year Looking Good Trout fishing has re-opened giving everyone another option for taking home fish dinner. Most of the deeper flats and potholes are holding keeper trout. The bite has been on the light side so a fast action sensitive tip will p more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-12-21
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Mild Winter Great Fishing Trout fishing has been outstanding with as many fish as you care to catch. Jerk baits cast to pot holes in the 3-5 water range is a can't miss proposition. I like 1/8 ounce jig heads, none painted with a natural colored 5 more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-12-07
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Almost Winter Wintertime is fast approaching and water temps are falling, which means its time to change your game plan. Florida winters no matter how mild they seem still affect fishing. The tides are at there lowest, which means some areas may b more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-11-16
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Fall Fishing Approaching fronts mean lower than normal water in the area, which translates to tails, red fish tails. This is the best time of year for sight fishing reds in shallow water, and to practice casting, stalking, and most importantly loc more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-10-31
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - King Fling King Fish are in full swing and large numbers of fish can be encountered as the head south for the winter. My favorite tactic is to catch a live well full of live bait anchor up on some near shore structure and chum the fish to you with more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-10-13
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Fall Approach Fall patterns are falling into place as fish get set for the approaching winter. Redfish schools can be found through out the harbor. Snook are all but done spawning and are starting to migrate back to the creeks, rivers and backcoun more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande

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