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Estero Bay Fishing Reports

10:11 AM

Estero Bay Report - The wind combined with the low water this past week made the fishing a little tougher in and around Estero Bay. The best chances for redfish were up around the oyster bars and mangroves on higher water using shrimp tipped jig heads. Cut ladyfish on more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

9:08 AM

November continues to be great - Even with some cool fronts and certainly a day or two of strong winds, the fish are still biting. Near shore there's lots of options to get a tug. Mackerel schools can be found in 20 feet of water chasing minnow schools around just about everywhere. more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

9:13 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Snook - Mackerel - The day before a front comes through, the fishing is typically the best. My three clients and I had the chance to experience this amazing bite during their half day charter. Bait was easy, plentiful, and BIG. Pilchards can be found along the beach more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

8:25 AM

Great first half of November - Redfishing continues to take top billing this week with a great bite continuing. Redfish were caught in every manner this week from artificial lures, cut baits, and of course live shrimp. Snook continue to fill up the docks as they push into their w more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

9:32 AM

The Redfish Bite Is On In Estero Bay - Another week of good fishing both inshore and nearshore brought October to an end. Redfish continued to bite along shorelines and transition areas where flats dumped off to deeper waters. All sorts of fish are moving in and down our shores. Snook fis more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

8:18 AM

Estero Bay report - The fishing this past week offered anglers plenty of options. The backbay bite was pretty good with redfish, seatrout, sheepshead, and snook. Shrimp tipped jig heads worked best for the sheep's and redfish around the oyster bars and mangrove island more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

8:25 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - The redfish bite in Estero has been amazing this past week. Schools of fish can still be found on the right tide. They have been eating shrimp, crabs, and small bait fish. My go-to setup is a long 25lb or 30lb Fluorocarbon leader with a 3/0 Owner hoo more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

4:11 PM

Wind didn't keep away the redfish, snook and flounder - A drastic change in the wind and the temperature mixed things up this week. As two cold fronts pushed their way through, prefrontal redfish could be found chewing on incoming tides along mangrove shorelines with an occasional flounder in the mix. Vic more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

4:31 PM

Estero Bay Report week of October 19th - This past week the fishing in and around Estero Bay was very good with both size and variety. The redfish bite is steady around the oyster bars and mangrove islands on moving water. Shrimp tipped jig heads and shrimp under floats seemed to work bes more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

7:15 PM

It's been good - As Red October continues, redfish are just about everywhere, as fishing continues to be great. Redfishing was amazing this week with 5 of the last 7 days being awesome and the other 2 days still good. Fish up to 35 inches could be caught as schools o more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

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