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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bert Barkus


2012-11-08
5:57 PM

Snook Snook and More Snook - Had a great 2 days of fishing with david. On the 1st day,We were in the backcountry all day and caught too many snook too count. On the 2nd. day,We started in Big Cypress and did really well with the smaller snook and the moved to the outside,offsh more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2011-08-23
4:19 PM

Everglades/Chokoloskee Summer Fishing - /Chokoloskee Summer Fishing Report Date: August 18, 2011 With summer here your fishing patterns must change. Especially here in the Everglades with all the tanic, and hot water around. Fish the deeper spots aound the outer islands for all game fi more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2011-07-14
8:19 PM

Summer Time in Chokoloskee - Summer Time in Chokoloskee/Everglades national Park Report Date: July 15, 2011 What can you say but Get out early,and back home buy 1/2 day. Snook are around,but you gave to keep on the move. Reds are basically on the same pattern. Spotted sea t more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2011-05-09
11:58 AM

Fishing Thew The Spring - Fishing threw the spring. Report Date: May 3, 2011 This past 2 months has been pretty tough. The wind is what is making it so. Their a few nice snook around as well as reds. When you can get offshore you should fish the rock holes or any structu more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2011-01-19
9:49 AM

Winter Fishing Chokoloskee/Everglades City - It has started out just like last year. Red fishing is very good but must be fished on the outgoing because the water will be clear for site fishing. The Big Trout are here in numbers but the tarpon are so spotty it's not worth looking for them. A more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2010-10-23
2:47 PM

Tuff Fishing this week! - Tuff Fishing this week. Report Date: October 23, 2010 I have to say the past week has been probably the worse fishing I've had all year long. Hi pressure/low pressure/high pressure/low pressure,That along with the high winds,full moon,minus tides more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2010-10-20
12:31 PM

October Fishing the 11th threw the17th. - Fishing 11 threw the 17th Report Date: October 17, 2010 We've had great weather this past week,not surprising for this time of year. Their pleanty of Trout, Reds when you can find them in the stained water,Tarpon are free jumping all around the Gu more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2010-10-09
7:32 PM

October Fishing in Chokoloskee/Everglades National Park - October fishing in Chokoloskee/Everglades National Park Report Date: October 9, 2010 This week has been a success fishing the gulfside. Considering the minus 3 and 4 tides, the snook were around in numbers. Once the mullett leave,and the colder w more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2010-09-28
12:25 PM

Fall Fishing Chokoloskee/Everglades National Park - Fall Fishing Chokoloskee Report Date: September 28, 2010 Well you wouldn't know fall is here,but they say it is. Yesterday with the humidity,and little rain, it felt like the middle of summer with 100 plus temp. Our fishing has been good these la more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2010-09-08
4:35 PM

Summer Time Fishing - Sunmmer Time Fishing Report Date: September 8, 2010 I just love the summertime fishing. It may be hot,It just might rain and blow in the afternoon,but with so few people out their in their boats blasting around spooking the fish,it's the time of y more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee

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