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Fort Myers Fishing Reports

9:12 AM

Rain cooled water steps up the bite in Estero Bay - Well, we managed to miss another potential tropical weather event, but we did get quite a bit of rain. The local Gulf water temperature dropped from 90 degrees to 84. That ought to help quite a bit with the bite. Capt. Alex Dolinski of Spot On Cha more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

3:27 PM

Redfish Good and Snook Opens - Inshore: Good redfish action across the board with very high tides in the morning and a nice window on the outgoing. The waters have cleared up and bait has returned to the bays. Trout are rebounding well with scented plastics the top offerings and f more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

6:57 PM

Spectacular Fishing in the Back Bays! - The fish are happy with the amount of bait around the flats. It's that time of the year where the redfish school up on the flats. Look for potholes and oysters that have bait moving along with the tides. Snook fishing is picking up with a few trout more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

4:14 PM

Rain cooled Estero Bay gives up great bite - By early in the week we may be in a rainy situation thanks to an approaching tropical storm and the fact that we are still right in the middle of rainy season. The good news is these storms tend to really put the fish on the feed as they approach, so more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

6:32 AM

Captains report top notch Estero Bay redfish bite - Warm weather with afternoon thundershowers will continue to be the norm for the next week or so. Early morning is best for the catch, so get out there and wet a line as soon as possible. Once the heat of the day sets in, all bets are off. Capt. Ne more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

1:40 PM

Gag Grouper, Goliath Grouper, Pompano, Snapper, Shark - After a solid week of rain, Gulf has started to settle back to normal and the fishing has picked up as well. Goliath Grouper bite has not stopped. Bending rods like pretzels daily. Nice Gag Grouper bite in close on structures. Hitting thread herr more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers

7:13 AM

Good Redfish, Snook Action in Pine Island Sound - 4Cast SwFL 12/08/15 Capt. Ron Kowalyk Offshore: It was a dream come true, finally some decent weather for crews wanting to hit the way out marks. Some crazy kids here in San Carlos Park ran out 60 plus miles and found Dorado, snapper and more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

8:34 AM

Redfish bite best in the early morning on live and cut bait - As the hot weather bores down us the fish tend to move to cooler haunts. Early in the morning they can be found hanging out on the open flats looking for schooling bait fish and working in schools of mullet. As the sun rises they will push toward the more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

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

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