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Fort Myers Fishing Reports


2014-12-18
11:26 AM

When its Cold, Dredge the Deeper Spots - Backbay: The bite was a little tougher on the flats with sluggish winter neap tides very low in the morning but it was really chilly so it was no big loss. You however, dredge the creeks, river and docks on the deeper channels for snapper, sheepies, more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-12-18
8:13 AM

Warming Trend sets Stage for a Great Bite! - Cooler water temperatures proved to be a bit of a problem for fishing in southwest Florida over the past couple of weeks but things are improving with a recent warming trend. The weather pattern is suppose to slide toward the 80 degree mark this comi more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-12-16
5:58 PM

Fishing is good despite the cooler water temps! - The fish hasn't mind the drop in the water temps. Redfish and snook are the main targets around the creek mouths using live pilchards. Chumming the water will get the fish motivated to feed with the cooler water temps. There's been a lot of small re more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-11-27
9:10 AM

Ft Myers to Boca Grande winter fishing report - Happy Thanksgiving everyone. I just got a reminder that its been over a year since my last fishing report. Sorry for the lack of reports. Its mostly due to the fact that I only target tarpon from April through the end of October and during that time more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2014-11-27
7:53 AM

Winterover Patterns In Fill Swing - Backbay: My crews had a world tour of Estero Bay and San Carlos Bay on the hunt fro red November. We used fat winter shrimp and cut ladies and hooked a bunch of rat reds and a very few slot fish. Other crews reported better luck but i didn't see m more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-11-27
7:13 AM

Crazy weatherin southwest FL; wait 5 minutes, it will change - The weather has been all over the place the past week but it looks like cool, sunny days are what's ahead. Redfish are biting well along mangrove shorelines in Estero Bay. Most have been on the small side with an occasional slot fish thrown in. L more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-11-24
2:54 PM

Gag grouper Galore - Gag Grouper have invaded our close in structures, hitting shrimp and pinfish. Big breeding Sheepshead are also starting to show, one more cold front and we will be catching buckets full. Goliath Grouper are still active. Lot's of Spanish Mackerel. Sn more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers


2014-11-15
7:50 AM

Cold Fronts are passing through but the Fish don't seem to mind! - You have so many options at this time of the year. Redfish and snook are in the backwaters and trout, sheepshead and pompano are hanging around grass flats and oyster bars. Live pilchards and shrimp work the best for bait. Fish the higher stages o more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-11-13
8:47 AM

BackbayBite Heats Up as the Weather Cools Down - Tripltail Bite is On! Backbay: The boys are back in town, scads of bait, a new population of upper slot trout, plenty of mixed size reds and snook in the canals and creeks. There were reports of smallish poons in the wayback creeks in the brown w more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-11-11
7:45 AM

Fish are still biting in Estero Bay despite recent cold fronts - Cooler weather with a bit of rain mixed in put the bite off a bit over the weekend but things picked back up on Monday. The winter pattern is in full swing with water temperatures down in the upper 60's to low 70's. It's a bit early, by southwest more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

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