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Chokoloskee Fishing Reports


2009-06-15
10:59 AM

Tarpon and Snook - Well tarpon seem to be what have been the species most of my anglers are searching for at the present time.Their pleanty on the gulf side as well in the back country. It isn't easy catching,but you just hsve to catch them at the right time for it to more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-05-29
7:52 PM

Tarpon and Snook - Considering the wind,my anglers did very well the last 4 days on the Snook and Tarpon. We landed probably 125 snook in the 1525 range. The tarpon have been from about 30lbs. to 130 lbs. Despite the seasonal change we felt we did really well. So more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-05-27
5:59 PM

Spring means Change in Everglades National Park - With the coming of spring, the water in the backcountry has come up probably by 12 inches. This means the fish are way back under the mangroves with the bait. It's a must that you find water where their is structure,and banks that the snook can't g more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-05-17
12:52 PM

Rain improving the Snook and Tarpon Bite - With the recent change in weather the fishing has improved somewhat. You need to get out early befor the thunder storms start in the afternoon. With the tides this past week it has been hard to find the big laid up tarpon due to the clouds by mid-m more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-04-30
4:05 PM

Snook on the loose. - Summer is almost here and the water temp. is in the upper 70s which is perfect for the snook bite. We've been doing well on the gulfside (as long as theirs no wind)and also in the backcountry. Those large snook are becoming somewhat easier to take more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-04-22
9:39 AM

Largest snook of the year. - All threw March and up to this point in April,I've been sighting some of the largest snook of the year. Sighting them, and getting them to eat a fly or soft jerk bait is a different story. These fish are in the 12 to 20 plus pound range in the Back more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-04-19
11:26 AM

Tarpon Are a Changing - more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-04-08
9:37 AM

Chokoloskee Tarpon, Reds and The Snook Bite - Well what can you say but wind and cold. When we have calm weather for a few days all 3 species will be on the bite. You really have to know the backcountry,and what sides of the shores produce on a regular basis, especially in the up and comming m more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-03-22
11:59 AM

Tarpon Rising - The tarpon have been pretty spread out,but their here in numbers if you have the conditions to spot them ,or blow one out when your searching. By searching I DONT mean running threw a bay and blow one out. What i'm refering to is to pole around an more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee


2009-03-02
1:14 PM

Cold and Winds - The cold water has somewhat put the bite off as far as the snook fishing goes until later in the day as the water slightly worms up. The reds have been quiet the opposit,drop in a jig about 2 feet in front and Wham,you have him on. The Tarpon are s more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee

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