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Estero bays doing good

Capt. Greg Stamper
December 8, 2017
Estero Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

Well winter time is now upon us, as we watch the first of hopefully few major cold fronts work through Southwest Florida. However the fishing's been good overall in both the bay and nearshore waters. The last two weeks have been fun most off the days. We've had lots of opportunistic tides and winds. We did see a hint of red-tide offshore but thankfully it didn't find its way into the bay. The bays been a great place for redfish, snook, trout, and the beginning of the sheepshead push. Nearshore its been tripletail, tarpon, macks, and pompano. There's been alot of different pelagics including kingfish just off our beaches following schools of bait fish that's slowly moving South. With a bit of luck that bait will stick around for a few more weeks. This cold front will make things tough the next 4 or 5 days but we'll start warming up again soon so no worries. Tight lines

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Captain Greg Stamper guides clients from Bonita Springs through Sanibel, Captiva, Pine Island Sound, Matlacha and the Caloosahatchee River. Whether you’re a fishing pro or a first timer, he can personalize your charter experience. Also available for shelling, manatee trips, or eco tours. Let Captain Greg show you a great time on the water in Southwest Florida!

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Snook Stamp Charters
20301 Estero Gardens Circle
Unit 103
Estero, FL 33928
Phone: 239-313-1764
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