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Fishing Reports by Capt. Brad Brown


2017-07-07
2:11 PM

Summer Fishing Estero Bay For Snook and Redfish - Fished with Jim Toothman, his grandson Jarrett and friend Gave Wolverton, all from West VA, this past week. Seems like we fished from one end of Estero Bay to the other. Got a well full of white bait and then started at the south end of the Bay using more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2017-06-22
9:08 AM

Sharks And Seatrout Make For An Interesting Day - Made it out on the water this past week despite the latest round of storms. On a recent trip we headed out early with Pennsylvanians Madison Walsh, Dave Alexander, Kate Sprague and Ryleigh Sprague and headed to the nearshore reefs off of Fort Myers B more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2017-04-06
8:53 AM

Spring has sprung in Southwest Florida. Time to fish! - The resent weather has been difficult to adjust to. Even the weatherman has been surprised by the quick changes. First is cool, then it's hot. The winds don't blow, then they blow at gale force. But through it all the fishing has been pretty good wit more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2017-03-05
12:08 PM

Windy weather made things tough but bite still on in Estero Bay - The wind is the story over the next few days and fishing in the blow is a problem. No worries. It will hopefully calm down on Tuesday or Wednesday and we can get back at it. This past week has been interesting with a variety of species. Fishing w more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2017-02-08
11:18 AM

Seatrout are biting again in Estero Bay - Fishing has gotten a whole lot better over the past week. That big front caused a lot of problems in the backcountry, but things have settled down and the fish are biting. On a recent trip with my son Brad-the-3rd and his friend Jake, we caught seven more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2017-02-01
12:02 PM

Improving SW Florida weather should improve the bite - The past couple of weeks proved tough for catching. Duel weather systems delivered a one-two punch with cold temps and windy conditions. The nearshore reefs did produce some pompano and sheepshead and we caught a few seatrout on the flats of Estero B more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2017-01-03
11:36 AM

No winter here! The bite is on in Estero Bay with reds and snook - Ok. The Holidays are over and it's time to get serious. Just because it says it's winter on the calendar doesn't mean we stop fishing here in Southwest Florida. As a matter of fact we are having a beautiful winter with lows in the 60's and highs in t more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2016-11-16
9:02 AM

Cool, beautiful weather turns the bite up a notch - Have had some great days on the water over the past week thanks to a let down in the persistent winds. Bait gathering has been good around the beaches with some nice pilchards in the mix. Redfish and snook have been the main targets but jacks keep ge more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2016-10-28
10:10 AM

Great fishing in Estero Bay despite winds - It's been a busy week or two on the water despite the winds. There's no shortage of fish in the backcountry to make up for what can't be caught right now in the Gulf. Weather forecasters say the winds are suppose to let down by this weekend, so that more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2016-10-11
9:10 AM

Bite is on in Estero Bay, snook, redfish - Fishing in and around Estero Bay, its tributaries and passes has been very good over the past couple of weeks. The only downside was the recent passing of Hurricane Matthew on the other coast. The storm was large enough to cause some windy days over more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers

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