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Fishing Reports by Capt. Cliff Simer


2014-03-13
3:14 PM

Good times with the Hoffmans - March 11th 2014 proved to be a good day on the water for the Hoffmans Angling Adventure. We started out on the open water grass in 7 foot depth for some trout. It wasn't long and the boys Bryce and Mason were showing off dad Dan and grandpa Dave. Wit more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2013-02-01
6:02 PM

Tammy, Brandon and George from Illinois getting it done - January 30th I got the pleasure with taking out Tammy, Brandon and George from Illinois. This was their first time fishing in our Southwest Florida waters. With a little joking around at the dock I believe I put a little jinks on Tammy. The guys told more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Matlacha


2012-05-10
6:01 PM

Good bites and Great Company - The last week turned out to be great fishing after a hard blow of wind the week before. We had great mid-afternoon tides that worked well with my charters. Fishing continues to improve as every type of fish are moving in from snook,redfish, trout, ma more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2012-04-28
1:45 PM

Big snook and beautiful weather - Big snook are showing up all over. Although our snook are still closed for taking home here on the west coast of Florida, they are a blast to catch. Anglers ask me all the time, what do they fight like? It is a simple answer for me. Snook fight like more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2012-04-22
2:47 PM

Change in Florida weather ( Matlacha Pass ) - Southwest Florida weather met us the last couple trips from sunny days to overcast and strong winds. The trips went well with good bites for most spots and a few that had me scratching my head thinking where did the fish go Grass bottom in the 6- more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2012-04-11
8:06 PM

The gang from Syracruse came and conquered - Today started out with beautiful weather. Dan, Katie and Jack met me at the dock at 1:00 P.M. We headed out for some fast action spanish mackeral and trout. After a short time and a pretty good bite we took off to get some snook. Fist up was Jack wit more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2012-03-30
6:02 PM

The Minnesota Gang.... - John, Laura, Katie and little John met me at the dock at 10:00 this morning. We made a short idle to a nearby grass flat to try for some trout and spanish macks. The trout were popping all over the chum I threw out but only two keepers. We headed to more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2012-03-28
10:03 PM

Spring air and sunshine - Today started out at 9 A.M. and a slow outgoing tide. the first couple spots left the guys with a couple underslot trout. Finally some nice trout wanting to eat. First nice fish of the day was a just under 20 trout followed by a 23. You have heard t more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2012-03-23
9:53 PM

The wait for a bite - Today started out with getting bait with Ron and John before picking up Sandy at their dock. We made a run over to Pine Island sound to try for some redfish. Right off the bat we had a fish on but it was a flounder. We worked a shoreline making cast more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound


2012-03-19
8:50 PM

Bryce Teaching his Dad - Matt and his son Bryce met me at the dock at 9 A.M. With bait already in the livewell we headed out for snook. The bite was slower than expected but it was worth the short wait. Matts drag took off and being a good Father handed it to his son Bryce. more...
Capt. Cliff Simer - Pine Island Sound

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