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Fort Myers Fishing Reports


2014-04-17
4:58 PM

Good bite. Seatrout, redfish, jacks and sharks in Estero Bay - Weather has been the key player in fishing over the past several weeks and will continue to be so for another week. It seems that Mother Nature doesn't want to let go of the continuing cold fronts that keep heading our way. Spring is in the air and more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-04-16
3:35 PM

Fort Myers Fishing Report 4-16-14 - Fishing this week in Fort Myers has been steady despite the bait being scarce. The good news is that the fish have been eating shrimp on circle hooks on recent trips. With the big full blood moon we had this week the tides have been very strong inc more...
Capt. Mark Yimin - Fort Myers


2014-04-14
12:52 PM

Permit have arrived.. First Tarpon spotted, Cobia bight good.. - Great wreck trip last week, Permit all over, bighting on shrimp and crabs. Also very large Whitebone Porgies and a nice keeper Cobia. Another Jumbo Permit caught yesterday on local reef. We saw our first pod of Tarpon rolling through the area moving more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2014-04-11
10:49 AM

Despite Wind Fort Myers - Fort Myers Beach Fishing Good - The latest series of fronts that pushed through Fort Myers - Fort Myers Beach the first part of the week (April 7th,8th,9th) brought strong winds first from the Southwest and then from the Northwest. Estero Bay and the backcountry waters south to Nap more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-04-04
7:14 PM

Great Fishing with the Warmer Temps! - The inshore fishing is heating up and I expect it to get better as the water temps rise. Fishing the oysters or mangrove shorelines with good moving water is productive for my anglers. Snook and redfish have been the target species while using l more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-04-04
5:03 PM

Warmer weather kicks the bite up a notch for reds and trout - March came in like a lion and went out like one too. It seems the lamb has finally shown up in early April. We'll take it! Sunny and warm weather should be the norm for the foreseeable future and that will give anglers a chance to head out in the more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-04-03
9:08 AM

Estero-Pine Island Redfishing - Backbay: Crews floundered around in the roiled up choppy waters much of the week but by Tuesday there was green water to be found on the strong incoming tides. Trout action picked up if you could hold a drift and there were mixed baggers around the c more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-04-01
1:04 PM

Exciting Ft Myers Fort Myers Beach Night Fishing For Snook - Perfect weather Monday with light winds and a slight overcast set the stage for some awesome fishing at night in Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach area. The key was the tide switching to incoming just when it got good and dark.(8:30pm) The snook were i more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-03-30
2:34 PM

Clearer Water Stable Weather Fires Up Ft Myers Spring Fishing - Now that we are finally done with this procession of cold fronts and the strong winds that come with them the fishing this coming week in Fort Myers and Ft Myers Beach (March 31st April 6th) will be outstanding. The Gulf has finally quieted down an more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-03-23
9:26 AM

Inshore and Shallow Water Wrecks Fishing Report! - The fishing all around has been hot and cold due to the fronts. When the water cleans up and settles down the shallow water wrecks are producing cobia, grouper and a few sheepshead are lingering around. This time of the year you'll see the cobia s more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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