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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bill Russell


2012-04-28
10:26 PM

Fishing Southwest Florida for Redfish, Snook & Trout - For the past week or so we have fished just about any kind of weather you could throw at us; there were days of strong winds, days with no wind, sunny days, rainy days, and a late season cold front. Through it all the bite varied each day around P more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2012-04-10
9:59 PM

Redfish, Trout and Snook in Southwest Florida - As the waters continue to warm around Pine Island huge bait schools are invading the inshore waters and flats. A combination of warm water and oily baitfish, plus spring tides can really get the bite going. April holds some of the best t more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2012-03-20
7:21 PM

Spring Action Begins in Southwest Florida - Winter closed out with a whimper as we found near picture perfect weather leading up to the arrival of spring in southwest Florida. With blue skies and shirt sleeve temperature fishing continues to get better each day. Spring sea trout fishing is more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2012-02-16
7:55 PM

Early Spring in Southwest Florida - It may be February in southwest Florida but Spring is in the air. And in the water, with each passing warm week, set back by a cool day here and there, you can already feel the transition of the seasons on the water Trout fishing is really good, more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2011-12-21
7:35 AM

Holiday Fishing in Southwest Florida - With the exception of an occasional day or two of cool weather it has remained warm in southwest Florida with warm weather forecasted through the Christmas Holiday. Visitors from the north are loving the warm sunshine and some pretty good fishing. more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2011-11-24
6:18 PM

Warm Weather Keeps the Fish Biting in Southwest Florida - So far November has remained a month with mild weather, a few slight cool fronts but nothing more. With no reason for baitfish or predators to head for warmer water good fishing continues around southwest Florida. Its Thanksgiving week and we are more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2011-11-12
9:50 PM

Redfish, Snook and Mackerel in Southwest Florida - Fishing in southwest Florida around Pine Island we are catching a variety of fish including snook, redfish, trout, mackerel and flounder. We are still primarily fishing with live bait including shiners (pilchards) and pinfish. We carry live shrimp more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2011-10-04
9:49 PM

Plenty of Action in Southwest Florida - The beginning of October greeted southwest Florida with a pleasant change. Our first touch of cooler weather and lower humidity after a long hot summer made for perfect fishing conditions. The winds were a little breezy at times, but overall the fis more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2011-09-21
8:14 PM

Change of Season sparks action in Southwest Florida - After a hot summer things are coming to life on the waters around Pine Island and Southwest Florida. The fall migration has begun with hordes of bait moving south for the upcoming cooler months and plenty of hungry predator's right on their t more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2011-08-11
10:37 PM

Fishing is HOT in southwest Florida - Summer in southwest Florida means hot temperatures and plenty of rain and often thunderstorms. If you don't mind working around the weather the fishing around Pine Island is often pretty good and competition from other boats is scarce. Redfish hav more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound

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