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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bill Russell


2009-10-11
12:29 PM

HOT Days on the Water In Southwest Florida - You wouldn't think it was the second week of October, it was down right HOT all week on the water. Beautiful Days, just a little warm for this time of year. With the heat the inshore waters have also warmed back up into the low nineties, this coupled more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-10-04
12:39 PM

October brings a variety of fish inshore to Southwest Florida - October in Southwest Florida means fish are on the move. With lots of bait and predators all kinds of opportunities present themselves. This week we found success with redfish, mangrove snapper, gag grouper, sea trout and sharks. Everything ex more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-09-23
8:49 PM

In Southwest Florida Fall Fishing Has Begun - The fall run of redfish continues to gain momentum as we exit summer. Over the week we found schools in northern Pine Island Sound and on bars in open water on the south and eastern perimeter of Charlotte Harbor. They aren't real consistent where th more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-09-05
4:40 PM

Redfish Arriving Right On Schedule - As summer winds down the fall redfish schools are arriving right on schedule. We ran into a couple schools this week in northern Pine Island Sound and Charlotte Harbor. All the fish were big averaging about thirty inches and were schooled tight worki more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-08-09
12:28 PM

A Variety of fish to beat the heat in Southwest Florida - No doubt about it, August is one hot month in Southwest Florida. Many locals and old timers don't even bother to fish this month or if they do only venture out early or late or on overcast days. Like the air the water temperature is also very w more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-07-19
12:57 PM

Fishing has been "HOT" in Southwest Florida - In one word HOT was the best way to describe fishing over the week. And not so much the fish bite but the heat. Flat calm days with little or no breeze and the lack of our daily thunderstorms have really heated things up during the mid day. Fishi more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-07-11
12:15 PM

Look For Snapper And Sharks To Keep Busy - LOOK FOR SNAPPER AND SHARKS TO KEEP BUSY Now may be the best time to take advantage of the snapper fishing. Snapper up to sixteen inches were caught in and around the Passes and inshore under piers and under some off the deeper mangrove shore more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-06-14
1:38 PM

Fishing In Paradise - The week started with a couple stormy days but by mid week it was absolutely beautiful with bright blue skies and calm seas. Sometimes I forget what a unique and beautiful place the coast of southwest Florida is until I share days like the last few w more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-05-29
8:40 PM

Tarpon and Snook, Now Is The Time To Catch Both - Tarpon and snook dominated the fishing in the waters of Southwest Florida over the last week of the month. Snook were feeding heavy on bait schools that followed the extreme high tides onto the flats and under mangrove points. Tarpon were concentra more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound


2009-05-23
1:49 PM

Clearing Skies Should Improve Fishing Opportunities in Southwest - Finally the rain has stopped! We sure needed the rain and we got it. It was a difficult week for fishing as a low pressure system hung over Southwest Florida and created endless thunderstorms and rain that could occur at anytime. It was di more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound

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