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Fort Myers Fishing Reports


2014-11-15
7:50 AM

Cold Fronts are passing through but the Fish don't seem to mind! - You have so many options at this time of the year. Redfish and snook are in the backwaters and trout, sheepshead and pompano are hanging around grass flats and oyster bars. Live pilchards and shrimp work the best for bait. Fish the higher stages o more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-11-13
8:47 AM

BackbayBite Heats Up as the Weather Cools Down - Tripltail Bite is On! Backbay: The boys are back in town, scads of bait, a new population of upper slot trout, plenty of mixed size reds and snook in the canals and creeks. There were reports of smallish poons in the wayback creeks in the brown w more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-11-11
7:45 AM

Fish are still biting in Estero Bay despite recent cold fronts - Cooler weather with a bit of rain mixed in put the bite off a bit over the weekend but things picked back up on Monday. The winter pattern is in full swing with water temperatures down in the upper 60's to low 70's. It's a bit early, by southwest more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-11-08
6:08 AM

Outstanding Early November Fort Myers Tarpon Action - That early cold snap really dropped the water temps on the flats and back country. It went from the low 80's to around 70 degrees in a short period of time. Now that the water temps have stabilized the fishing is really picking up. The trout have mov more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-10-30
8:13 AM

Cool Weather Means Hot Bites - Guys: Now the time to get on the water, with the cooler weather the fish are on a winter over bait binge. We had great trout and redfish action throughout the region. First of the pompano blitzes seems to be on it's way. Crews found snook in their wi more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-10-29
7:31 PM

Inshore and Nearshore Wrecks Report! - Fishing the backwaters of Estero Bay for redfish and snook has been very successful. The higher stages of the tide along the shorelines using live or cut pinfish is the way to go. On the lower stages work the edges of grass flats with artificials or more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-10-26
7:19 AM

Cooler Weather, Better Bite for Redfish, Seatrout and Pompano - The previous week held a mix of sunny and cloudy weather but the fish didn't seem to care. Both the early morning and late day bites were good and it looks like more of the same is in store for anglers this coming week. We had our first real cold f more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-10-23
1:13 PM

Cold Front Passage Didn't Affect Great Fort Myers Fishing - After 2 days of cloudy skies, light winds, and awesome fishing a cold front rolled through the Fort Myers area last night. It brought a nice drop in humidity and pleasant early morning temperatures in the high 60's. The most noticeable change was th more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-10-21
4:14 PM

Calm wind and cloud cover made for an amazing day - Calm wind and cloud cover made for an amazing day Every once in a while you have a fishing trip you will always remember, when it seems like the planets line up just right, the weather is perfect, and Murphy's Law took the day off. Today was one o more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-10-21
1:35 PM

Cobias, Goliath Grouper, Spanish Mackerel, Permit - What a month for the Cobia bite,,, Largest one about 60 lbs. Many others on the 20 to 30 lb. class. Best bite we have seen in years. Had to replace our broomstick rod after is was shattered by an estimated 500 lb. Goliath Grouper. We also had 4 permi more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers

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