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Fishing Reports by Capt. Andy Boyette


2006-07-21
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Hot Summer Bite Summer Tarpon Fishing is continuing in the upper harbor with good numbers of fish to be caught, early in the morning is best. Live threadfins under a float drifted through the area will produce. Avoid running through the area with more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-05-08
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Tarpon Tarpon Tarpon!!!! Tarpon Fishing is in full swing. The Harbor is stacked with good numbers of fish easily caught with threadfin hearing under a float. Drift through the area then move slowly back up wind or current. Make wide swings when mo more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-03-08
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Spoing Fishing With the exception of a few cool mornings March is ringing in spring and the water temps are on the rise. There is a good amount of bait showing up and the snook are moving out of the rivers and will be in full force on the flats. S more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-02-06
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Trout fishing continues to be good with plenty of 20+ inch fish to be had. Most of the trout we have found have been grouped together in pot holes on low tides. Jerk baits have gotten more fish to the boat than shrimp. 1/8 ounce jig bounced will get more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2006-01-09
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Low Tide Affair Fishing over the past few weeks in our area has been a low tide affair. With negetive tides for the morning start it will give you an opportunity to locate productive pot holes as well as productive bars. Where water flow and deep more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2005-11-28
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Winter Already 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 eating. Snook are being taken in good more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2005-10-15
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Fall Approach With the first hint of fall arriving this weekend in Southwest Florida fishing should be about as good as it gets. Water temps are falling and fish are becoming more aggressive. Schools of redfish are scattered through out the area. more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2005-09-12
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Fall Approach Snook season reopened on the 1st and the bite is hot. Big snook are still in the passes and can be found moving back in to the rivers and back county. Look at the points of islands and at the mouths of the rivers. Most structure with more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2005-08-10
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Hot Summer Red fishing is heating up with groups of fish being found though out the harbor. The action should be steady for the next few months as these fish school up prior to mature fish moving offshore. There should also be schools of bull red more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2005-06-26
12:00 AM

Boca Grande, Florida Fishing Report - Summer Tarpon Tarpon fishing continues to the best in Boca Grande has seen in the last 10 years with seven solid weeks of chewing. Most all of these tarpon have been over the hundred pound mark. I expect they will stay longer this year due to the more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande

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