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Estero Bay Fishing Reports

1:13 PM

Estero Bay Report - The fishing this past week in and around Estero Bay provided anglers with plenty of options. The redfish are starting to school up and patience is the key. Cut bait, free lined pinfish, or even shrimp on jig heads will work fine. Oyster bars and m more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

9:48 AM

Estero Bay Report - This past week's poor tides made it difficult for anglers in the mornings. The best bite was later in the morning as the water levels increased allowing fishing around the oyster bars and mangrove islands. The water was also pretty muddy so cut bai more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

1:22 PM

Great fishing for weeks! - We'll fishings been absolutely great for the last two weeks now. Tarpon of all sizes can be found both in the backcountry of Estero bay and along our beaches from redfish pass to North Naples. Red fishing has been excellent regardless of tides, with more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

11:05 AM

Estero Bay Report - this past week the fishing really started to heat up. The water temps have cooled due to the afternoon rains and evening temps and the fish are responding. The tarpon are returning from their summer stints in the northern waters and can be found off more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

11:20 AM

The Hunt for Red October - The time is fast approaching, and as we catch more and more silver redfish, it tells anglers there coming in from their offshore haunts ready to fatten up. Although I haven't seen any big schools of fish just yet, it will not be long. The tropical st more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

8:42 PM

Estero Bay Report - The fishing conditions have changed quite a bit following tropical storm Hermine. The water was really churned up and the fish somewhat shut down. Anglers seemed to have better luck on outgoing tide because there was cleaner water coming out of the more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

4:54 PM

Estero Bay Evenings - Beat the heat and catch a lot of fish during the evening hours in Estero Bay. Tarpon, snook, Goliath grouper, and redfish have been caught in the bay on the right tides before dark. Pilchards, pinfish, and mullet are all great baits to use. A 4/0 more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

4:01 PM

The bite continues!! - It just depends on what your after as of late. Snook, tarpon, redfish, pompano, or trout are just a few of the species readily available the past week and a half. There has been a few slow days mixed in due to weather, poor tides, or winds, but overa more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

10:15 AM

Estero Bay Report - The bite in and around Estero Bay has picked up. The redfish are starting to move around the oyster bars and mangrove islands in the mornings due to the cooler water. Cut bait like ladyfish and cut pinfish seem to work best on 2/0 circle hooks soak more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

1:56 PM

Estero Bay: Tarpon-Snook-Redfish - The tarpon bite in Estero Bay continues to stay strong. Locating the fish isn't the problem though. Half of the battle is getting a fish to bite and not shake the hook. These fish are feeding on mullet, crabs, shrimp, pilchards, soft plastics, and ha more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

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