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Fort Myers Fishing Reports


2014-08-31
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


2014-08-28
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


2014-08-24
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


2014-08-21
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


2014-08-15
1:23 PM

Fort Myers Fishing Report Goliath Grouper Adventure - When you set out to catch a Big Fish you need some large live bait. I had some Clients who wanted to tangle with a big Goliath so off we went to catch some ladyfish. Live ladyfish are great for Grouper not to mention Snook and Tarpon. As soon as I more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-08-14
10:40 AM

Fort Myers Fishing Report 8-14-14 - Fort Myers Fishing Report 8-14-14 The full moon this week has been great for fishing. Whenever fishing around a full moon it can be tricky to get a bite because the moon is so bright the fish tend to eat better throughout the night and relax durin more...
Capt. Mark Yimin - Fort Myers


2014-08-11
10:13 AM

Fort Myers Fishing Report 8-11-14 - Fort Myers Fishing Report 8-11-14 Fishing this week has been very good in Estero Bay and Fort Myers. The Snook have really been eating well with summer time starting to come to a close. They will take a pinfish or a pilchard but as always when ava more...
Capt. Mark Yimin - Fort Myers


2014-08-10
12:23 PM

Big Ft Myers Snook Moving Into The Estero Bay Backcountry - Typical summer passing thunderstorms have had a positive effect on the Snook fishing. In areas that get good runoff, the decreased salinity always attracts Snook and Tarpon. They love brackish water and will stay in those areas until the salinity goe more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2014-08-08
4:28 PM

Southwest Florida rains bring cooler water, better bite - Hot, wet weather has been the norm for the past week and that led to dodging rain and storms. Things are pretty quiet on the water, boat traffic wise, so we've been taking advantage of the lull and some close in reef spots as well as back country ho more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-08-07
6:04 PM

The Back Bay Fishing is Heating Up! - The water temps still remain high so get out there and catch the early morning tides before it heats up. Redfish are sitting around the oyster bars and grass flats on the lower stages of the tide. As the tide rises start fishing the shorelines. Yo more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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