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Fort Myers Fishing Reports

5:50 PM

Rain cool off delivers good redfish bite, Estero Bay - A little break from the rainy weather was on tap for the end of the week and it looks like we'll be sliding toward the usual afternoon storms as we move through the weekend. Fishing reports have been good, thanks to the cooler water temperatures and more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

8:56 AM

Redfish, Snook, Sea Trout on a chew - Guys: The recent rains have cooled the bays and turned on a nice bite on the flats. Livebait, cut stocks and scented plastics all scored. Tarpon are rolling off Point Ybel near Sanibel. Snook in the feeder creeks. Good bass and peacock bass action in more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

9:40 AM

Back Bays and Shallow Water Wrecks Fishing Report! - Fishing the back bays of Estero are giving up great catches of redfish and big trout. The key is fishing the mid ties and having the right bait. Pilchards and pinfish is the choice of bait and chum the areas up with the pilchards. Mangrove snapp more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

5:52 PM

Target Tarpon - Offshore: Lots of action throughout the region. Crews found grouper on the reefs at 9 plus miles. Grouper are active and pinfish, squirrelfish and threads are go to baits. Snapper area mainstay and limits of fish in the 1-3 plus lb. range are availab more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

11:35 AM

Back Bay and Shallow Water Wrecks fishing report! - Redfish and Snook have been the main targets fishing around deep shorelines and oyster bars. The water temps are in the upper 80's so look for spots near the passes and beaches. Shallow water wrecks off Ft. Myers beach are producing nice catches more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

12:08 PM

Redfish Top Target - Inshore: Action has been very good with redfish the top target. Simple patterns, cut bait, shrimp and scented softies are all working well. It's hot as Hades by midday so think like a fish and run for cover or the creek mouths, it's a matter of silk more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

9:47 AM

Tarpon Top Target - Offshore; Lots of wind last few days kept teams close to shore. Tarpon were the main target and there was a hard won battle at times with the chop a factor. Poons are just off the beaches all along our region, good action off Big Carlos Pass, the Shr more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

8:24 AM

Back Bays and Shallow Water Wrecks Fishing Report! - The back bays of Estero are very productive for my anglers. Redfish, snook and trout are the main targets. Look for moving water around oyster bars and flats on the lower stages of the tides and the mangrove shorelines on the higher stages of the ti more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

12:15 PM

Big Dogs, Huge Schools of Pelagic Species, Cobias - Very fortunate with our perfect weather. We ran into the biggest school of Bonita we have ever seen, lot's of fun. Cobia action has been super consistent. Many keepers. Permit has also been productive on larger structures. Huge sharks and Goliath Gr more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers

8:08 AM

Tarpon Time - Good action and picking up on the tarpon fishing front. Fish in the 80-100 lb. typical eating pinfish, threads and cutbait. Plenty of nice redfish to take up the remains of the day! Book now for the upcoming hot bite. Trips starting at $400 1/2 day p more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

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