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Estero Bay Fishing Reports

2:13 PM

Back From Vacation - Week ending 9-06-14........... I have two trips to report on this week of returning from vacation. One is a trip I ran on Friday, the 5th, and the other is a submission from a friend and customer of mine, Capt. Larry Ulmer. Read on. I'd just more...
Capt. Butch Rickey - Estero Bay

11:12 AM

Estero Bay Report - Capt. Jon Fetter of Catching The Cure Charters is back in town after a visit to Montana, and is ready to go after snook and other saltwater gamefish. This past week he had the pleasure of fly fishing the Flathead and Bitteroot rivers in Missoula and more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

9:17 AM

Estero Bay Report - The best opportunity for anglers in Estero bay is early in the morning. Fish the mangrove island edges for redfish using shrimp tipped jig heads or cut bait. Once the water and the sun heat up they move way back into the bushes for shade and won't more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

9:37 AM

Estero Bay Report - The fishing this past week in and around Estero Bay was very slow. The bite was best the first few hours of the day, but as the water and air temps heated up the fish moved deep into cover areas and were not feeding. Redfish were taking cut pin fi more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

7:28 PM

Estero Bay Report - Those anglers looking for redfish action need to work the higher tides along the mangroves and oyster bars. Shrimp tipped jig heads or cut ladyfish on 2/0 circle hooks seem to work best. They are hunkered down way back in the mangroves to avoid the more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

1:25 PM

Estero Bay Report - This past week provided anglers with some options both in the backbay's and nearshore reefs. Fishing the flats produced redfish around the oyster bars and mangrove islands on high water. The best bite was the last part of incoming tide and the firs more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

5:00 PM

Estero Bay Report - If action is what you are looking for then the nearhsore waters is the place to be. Anglers can choose either the reefs or off the beaches depending on what they are after, Spanish mackerel, silver trout, small grouper, and ladyfish are daily catch more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

9:20 AM

Estero Bay report - Fishing the shallow waters of Estero Bay has been tough, but persistent anglers can still manage a few redfish and snook. Cut ladyfish or shrimp tipped jig heads thrown around the mangrove islands and oyster bars on high tides is your best bet. Mov more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

4:14 PM

Inshore Tarpon Action In Estero Bay /Ft Myers Area Is Great - It's been way too long since my last fishing report and I do apologize. The Tarpon fishing has been occupying most my time day and night. As is usually the case with the inshore back country Tarpon, they tend to arrive in one big bunch and the fishi more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Estero Bay

9:40 PM

Estero Bay Report - With anglers chasing the elusive silver king in the nearshore waters the backbay has been wide open for those wanting redfish. The high water is the best time to catch them around the mangrove islands and oyster bars. Shrimp on jig heads under f more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

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