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Fort Myers Fishing Reports


2016-08-26
12:33 PM

Great Grouper Action - Offshore: Too good to be true, Nah!! Same old same old good bites at 60 plus feet. Crews reporting great grouper action with live baits top picks, cut-stuff will do. Trollers are again all over the kings, bonito and big Spanish. Cobia are cruising th more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2016-08-22
9:06 AM

Fort Myers pompano bite is on in the passes - The pompano action was at the top of the list this past week near the passes of Estero Bay. Incoming tide was best. Just drop a small jig with a piece of shrimp to the bottom on a drift and you should hook up. There were also quite a few nice mangrov more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2016-08-12
12:56 PM

Work'n Hard, Hardly Working - Good results 20-45 miles out, weather permitting. Lousy rain cycle made for rough sledding but soon crews braved the monsoon and reported good grouper, cobia kings and snapper action outa Boca. Livebait was the easy way to go, as usual, pins, blue ru more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2016-08-12
9:59 AM

Estero Bay, snook and redfish are biting - Here in Southwest Florida we are coming up on the full moon in just a few days. We are also getting closer and closer to the Fall equinox. The fishing doesn't get much better during this time frame. It's all about the tides and the water will be movi more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2016-08-02
1:36 PM

Estero Bay redfish and snook were leading the way - Lasts week's low tides were good for scouting. Worked the back bay of Estero Bay looking for bait and gamefish on the move. There is a ton of live bait available to anglers with a cast net. Look for the pods along the beaches and in the backcountry o more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2016-07-25
1:33 PM

Estero Bay Producing Good Catches: Pompano, Snook & Reds - Southwest Florida is in the midst of summer and the bite is on. Early mornings are best for catches of snook and redfish in the backcountry with quite a few big ones mixed in. There have also been a lot of small tarpon cruising with the snook. Live p more...
Capt. Brad Brown - Fort Myers


2016-07-11
12:25 PM

Nice Cobia Catches, Permit Still Around!!! Lot's of Sharks - Yes, it's hot.. But so Is the fishing. Beautiful keeper cobia this week and saw another in the 40 lb. class that just would not eat.. Saw the biggest school of monster Permit ever. Lot's of Sharks. 30 plus inch Gag Grouper on the wrecks. Nic more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2016-06-25
10:46 AM

It's Good, Not Easy - Offshore: It was a little windy the past few days but the bravehearts made bit out to the marks from 3-20 plus miles out. Grouper, snapper, cobia and permit were the targets and from what I hear results were good if not easy. The close marks were fis more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2016-06-09
12:51 PM

Hot Tarpon Bite - Offshore: If you're up for it the tarpon bite is as hot as the weather. Crews fished at first light and came up with bruiser poons to 180lbs. Threads, pins and cutbait all worked. Bite started at the twin Towers off Ft. Myers beach and extended to more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2016-05-22
11:18 AM

Plenty of Tarpon - Offshore: Plenty of action, tarpon, cobia, snook, permit, snapper from 5-20 plus miles out. Crews gathered up pass crabs and small blue crabs from the permit and tarpon bash and even hooked up a few fat and sassy cobia around Knapp's Point. Other rep more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

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