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Fort Myers Fishing Reports


2015-04-07
12:04 PM

Big Sharks, Goliath Grouper, Cobia, Clear and Calm waters - The awesome weather continues... Captain John Glenn caught the biggest Goliath Grouper he has ever seen. Hugest schools of Barracuda have been hanging around all structures. Best months for Cobia and we have been catching them on most trips. First Ta more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2015-03-25
2:06 PM

More Cobia, Hammerhead Sharks, Permit.... - Another great week of fishing out of Fort Myers Beach. Captain John, hooked into what appeared to be a Great White Shark and it proceeded to spool our Goliath Grouper rig with 400 lb. test line. 12 foot Hammerhead shark brought to boat on Monday alo more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2015-03-22
9:15 AM

Snook season is in full swing! - Snook fishing is good since the season has opened. All sizes are being caught all around the mangrove shorelines and beaches. Live freelined thread herring or pilchards is a must for bait. You can castnet or sabiki these baits around bridges and mar more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-03-18
12:53 PM

Huge Hammerhead Shark, Keeper Cobia, Permit - What a week fishing and weather wise... Captain John Glenn brought an estimated 12 foot Hammerhead Shark to the boat. Also caught nice 35' cobia, unfortunately lost a monster one.. It's Permit time and we hooked into two this week. Spotted Eagle R more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2015-03-13
12:22 PM

Clearest water of the year, Tons of Cobia, Permit, Sharks - Certain times of the year you can see the structures that we fish daily. Exciting to see Cobia and Permit cruising by. We landed two Cobia yesterday, one approx. 45 lbs. Goliath Grouper still crunching our big rods rigged with 400 lb. test... We hav more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2015-03-12
7:40 AM

Best Bite and Conitions in Weeks - Backbay: Relief at last with a few really nice days, with warm air and water temps, perked up the flats action. My crews found reds, trout, sheepies all willing chewers with plenty of fat shrimp to satisfy their taste buds, I like It ! Snook we more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2015-03-08
9:55 AM

Snook and Redfish are happy with the warmer water temperatures! - Fishing has picked up with the warmer temps. Snook and redfish are feeding well around the oyster beds and shorelines. Good moving water is the key with the right baits. Cast netting pilchards and herring is the way to go and get enough of them to ch more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-02-25
1:43 PM

Fantastic Weather, cobia, red grouper, black drum, sheepshead - Finally our great weather is here to stay. Caught nice keeper cobia, perfect size black drum, snapper and a bucketful of breeder sized sheepshead on half day trip on Tuesday. Trip in afternoon was similar but we hauled up an estimated 300 lb. Goliath more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2015-02-13
10:30 AM

Cold fronts continue but the fish are still biting - The good news is, its not snowing. Other than that, the weather has been very unFlorida like for the past couple of weeks. The bite has been tough with the best catches coming in the middle of the day under sunny skies. More cool weather is on the wa more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2015-02-12
10:38 PM

Cold Mornings turn into beautiful fishy warm afternoons! - The mornings have been a little chilly so no need to get an early start. The past couple of weeks the tides were best late morning into the early afternoons. Redfish and snook are biting well before the fronts using whitebait on a 2/0 circle hook more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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