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Fort Myers Fishing Reports

4:58 PM

Cooler water steps up the bite in southwest Florida - Water temperatures continue to fall thanks to overcast skies and off and on showers. Good tides and light winds have led to great catches. The best bet is to get out early to beat the rain and if showers hold off, stay a little longer and take adva more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

7:38 PM

Redfish in the Back Bays and Cobia on the Nearshore Wrecks! - The fishing at this time of the year is on fire. Water tempertures are dropping and plenty of bait around for the fish to fatten up. Redfish are schooling up on the first part of the incoming tides and as the tide gets high work the mangrove shorel more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

7:52 PM

Cooler Weather Heats Up Fishing - Well, the weather cooling down and that'll perk up our redfish, snook and tarpon action. Its pretty good with the return of masses of quality whitebait and pinfish. Better midmorning incoming tides will enhance the bite. My crews found redfish sprea more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

6:14 AM

Fort Myers Fishing Report Early Fall Bite Is On - The fishing from Estero Bay south is going strong for just about everything. The redfish are schooling up on the flats and are mixed in with schools of mullet. Even if you don't see them, keep trying and you will catch them on a variety of lures. We more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers

2:59 PM

Redfish are schooling up for Fall fishing near Ft. Myers Beach - The local fisherman like to call this time of the year quiet time. No, it's not because of slow fishing or the lack of a bite. It has more to do with the lack of fisherpeople! Labor Day has passed, school is back in session, our northern friends more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

8:51 AM

Good weather, good tides, plenty of bait= lots of bites - Capt. Ron Kowalyk: 239-267-9312 captronkow@aol.com Capt's Corner: We had scads of shiners some didn't make for low in the live well but they came is handy as chum and cut bait. A bucket or six pack cooler more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

9:24 AM

The Fish are Happy with these Cooler Mornings! - With these cooler mornings the fish are more active. If your targeting redfish look for a healthy grass flat and fish the first half of the incoming tide. Artificials like top dog jr and mirrodines are working good or live pinfish/pilchards freeli more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

7:10 AM

Fort Myers Fishing Report - Tarpon - Spanish Mackrel - We are seeing a steady increase in the number of Tarpon heading south as fall is just around the corner. The resident tarpon are as active as ever and that bite will continue into the late fall. If you're going to be heading out this weekend check th more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers

10:21 AM

Hot weather and hot water, the fish don't seem to mind - The heat of summer is upon us and the water temperatures are close to 90 degrees in both the Gulf and the back bays. I bit of rain has helped cool things off in the afternoon but an early start is a must. Seems like once mid-day arrives all bets ar more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

12:46 PM

Tarpon and Snook on the Gulf Beaches - There are plenty of tarpon off Sanibel, easy pickin's when they in the mood to eat. We'll have to spend some time Sabbiki rigging for big baits since the threads and pins are off the beaches in cooler haunts. Snook are plentiful as well in the more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

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