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Big Dogs, Huge Schools of Pelagic Species, Cobias

Capt. Brett Swenson
May 19, 2015
Fort Myers - Saltwater Fishing Report

Very fortunate with our perfect weather. We ran into the biggest school of Bonita we have ever seen, lot's of fun. Cobia action has been super consistent. Many keepers. Permit has also been productive on larger structures.
Huge sharks and Goliath Groupers on every trip.
Snapper action good, limited out on mangrove snapper on a couple of 6 hour trips.
Lot's of big King Mackerel.
Catching our limit of Red Grouper on our full day trips.

Call today, very busy this month and booking June already. Have dates available, but call today.

239-405-2986

www.fortmyersbeachcharterfishing.com

Departing daily from Fort Myers Beach, Fl

Fort Myers Fishing Forecast:

Best time of the year for many species.

Target Species:

Shark, Cobia, Permit, King Mackerel, Goliath Grouper

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Offering fishing charters for the family and serious angler. Fish wrecks, reefs and ledges in the Gulf of Mexico. Comfortable center console with twin outboards. Plenty of fishing room for up to 6 guests. Target grouper, snapper, kingfish, permit, cobia, red drum and many others. Bring what you want to drink and eat and Island Fever Fishing Charters will take care of the rest. Bring the family or business associates for a day they will talk about for years to come.

Contact Info:

Island Fever Fishing Charters
27317 Dortch Ave
Bonita Springs, FL 34135
Phone: 239-405-2986
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