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Fishing Reports by Capt. Brad Brown

12:25 PM

Estero River fishing pays off after rains - Fishing with Carl and Cindy Werner from Garfield Heights, Ohio this past week yielded some really nice fish and photos. It's nice when the two come together! The day started with cast netting live pilchards along the beach. Once we had a nice hau more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers

7:10 AM

Estero Bay bite is rebounding after storm - It was all about sunset fishing before the storm arrived last week. It was a bit cooler once the afternoon showers breezed through. Luck and a giant snook showed up at about the same time, but alas, no photo. This turned out to be a wily snook and he more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers

9:06 AM

Fort Myers pompano bite is on in the passes - The pompano action was at the top of the list this past week near the passes of Estero Bay. Incoming tide was best. Just drop a small jig with a piece of shrimp to the bottom on a drift and you should hook up. There were also quite a few nice mangrov more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers

9:59 AM

Estero Bay, snook and redfish are biting - Here in Southwest Florida we are coming up on the full moon in just a few days. We are also getting closer and closer to the Fall equinox. The fishing doesn't get much better during this time frame. It's all about the tides and the water will be movi more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers

1:36 PM

Estero Bay redfish and snook were leading the way - Lasts week's low tides were good for scouting. Worked the back bay of Estero Bay looking for bait and gamefish on the move. There is a ton of live bait available to anglers with a cast net. Look for the pods along the beaches and in the backcountry o more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers

1:33 PM

Estero Bay Producing Good Catches: Pompano, Snook & Reds - Southwest Florida is in the midst of summer and the bite is on. Early mornings are best for catches of snook and redfish in the backcountry with quite a few big ones mixed in. There have also been a lot of small tarpon cruising with the snook. Live p more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers

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