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Gag Grouper, Goliath Grouper, Pompano, Snapper, Shark

Capt. Brett Swenson
August 13, 2015
Fort Myers - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 herrings, which are super plentiful.
Great Pompano bite yesterday, what a great eating fish...
Cobia showed up the other day also, one keeper and one a hair shy that was released. So great to see them still around.
Permit action has been spotty, last week we caught 3 up to 25 lbs.

We caught 2 large Blacktip Sharks on Saturday.

We depart daily from Snook Bight Marina on Fort Myers Beach.

Up to 6 guests. Great family fun.

239-405-2986 Call today.....

Fort Myers Fishing Forecast:

Waters will start to cool of soon. Cobia fishing will stay constant. Goliath Groupers will continue to grab big baits.
Shark fishing will be on fire the next 4 months.
Cobia will pop up anytime....

Target Species:

Gag and Red Grouper, Goliath Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, Sharks

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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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