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Chokoloskee Fishing Reports


2011-08-23
4:19 PM

Everglades/Chokoloskee Summer Fishing - /Chokoloskee Summer Fishing Report Date: August 18, 2011 With summer here your fishing patterns must change. Especially here in the Everglades with all the tanic, and hot water around. Fish the deeper spots aound the outer islands for all game fi more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2011-08-10
6:53 PM

August fishing in the Everglades National Park - August is for sure one of the warmest months of the year to fish here in Chokoloskee, Everglades City, and the Everglades National Park, however, if you time your day appropriately, is can also be one of your most productive fishing months. Day tim more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2011-07-15
5:16 AM

Fishing and the weather is hot in The Everglades - With the water temperature in the mid eighties, and the air temp in the mid nineties, he bite continues to be hot here in the southern region of the Everglades. The snook are biting over the oyster bars and in the bushes nearshore and we have fou more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2011-07-14
8:19 PM

Summer Time in Chokoloskee - Summer Time in Chokoloskee/Everglades national Park Report Date: July 15, 2011 What can you say but Get out early,and back home buy 1/2 day. Snook are around,but you gave to keep on the move. Reds are basically on the same pattern. Spotted sea t more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2011-07-11
8:50 PM

July report for Chokoloskee - Here in the Everglades National Park, the weather in July is fairly predictable, as are the fishing patterns. Day time air temperatures are now hovering around 92 degrees each day, bringing the water temperatures up to 87 degrees. Storms are beginni more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2011-06-02
6:51 AM

Big Snook bite still strong in The Everglades - If it is a trophy snook you are looking for, its time to visit the Everglades area. Those large females have migrated from the backcountry and from offshore to the rivers and passes of the area. Fattening up for their spawn, these fish are hitting more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2011-05-09
11:58 AM

Fishing Thew The Spring - Fishing threw the spring. Report Date: May 3, 2011 This past 2 months has been pretty tough. The wind is what is making it so. Their a few nice snook around as well as reds. When you can get offshore you should fish the rock holes or any structu more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2011-04-30
12:14 PM

SNOOK BITING IN THE EVERGLADES - It's April, and the Snook have started their pre-spawn feeding here in the Everglades. In spite of the major fish kill we had in 2010, there are still some big fish that survived. The past couple of weeks my parties have caught and released several n more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee


2011-01-19
9:49 AM

Winter Fishing Chokoloskee/Everglades City - It has started out just like last year. Red fishing is very good but must be fished on the outgoing because the water will be clear for site fishing. The Big Trout are here in numbers but the tarpon are so spotty it's not worth looking for them. A more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2010-10-23
2:47 PM

Tuff Fishing this week! - Tuff Fishing this week. Report Date: October 23, 2010 I have to say the past week has been probably the worse fishing I've had all year long. Hi pressure/low pressure/high pressure/low pressure,That along with the high winds,full moon,minus tides more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee

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