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Fishing Reports by Capt. Darrin Covert

10:56 AM

Big Schools of Redfish - October is a great month to get out fishing. This time of year, you will find big schools of redfish are cruising along the beaches. Oversized fish are being caught in the 30-plus range, but there are also numerous schools of slot-sized fish to be more...
Capt. Darrin Covert - Sanibel

12:49 PM

Snook Season Opens - With Snook season opening March 1st, we have caught several already with some in the upper slot. The bait I have been using has been shiners/white bait. There has been a lot of fish in the mangroves and around the oyster bars. It will take another more...
Capt. Darrin Covert - Pine Island Sound

5:46 PM

Sheepshead Fishing Outstanding - With the cold weather, sheepshead fishing will be on fire. Sea trout up to 24 inches have been caught in the area. Sea trout can be caught all day long on light tackle they are very fun and kids have fun with them. I have been doing very good on pom more...
Capt. Darrin Covert - Pine Island Sound

9:25 AM

Warm Water Keeps Tarpon Biting - The warm weather has helped the tarpon make a good showing. We are seeing fish up to 150 pounds with several 100 pounders landed. As the weather continues to transition with the change of season, sheepshead will begin showing up around the docks wi more...
Capt. Darrin Covert - Sanibel

12:20 PM

Lots of Quality Fish - The month of November has seen lots of mackerel and bonita schooling up in the Gulf waters. Kingfish have also made a showing up to 25 pounds. Cobia in the 25 to 40 pound range of have also been landed near rays and structure. This next cold front more...
Capt. Darrin Covert - Pine Island Sound

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