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Redfish Good and Snook Opens

Capt. Ron Kowalyk
September 1, 2015
Fort Myers - Saltwater Fishing Report

Inshore: Good redfish action across the board with very high tides in the morning and a nice window on the outgoing. The waters have cleared up and bait has returned to the bays. Trout are rebounding well with scented plastics the top offerings and flies useful.

Snook Opens today, 1st of September, so gear up and hose down your cast net for those primo baits that liners love. The passes have given up some bigger snook for catch and release time so we'll see if they run and hide on opening day!

Smallish tarpon are in the rivers and around the pass bridges and I'm sure they've got liners for company, a win-win scenario. Crews reported overslot reds in the passes, New Pass, Redfish, Captiva and Boca , drifted a big pin on a head knocker rig and hold on! All the usual suspects are in the passes as well, snook, poons, sharks, black drum, grouper; need a 20lb. plus rig for the tug of war.

Capt. Ron Kowalyk

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Back bay and flats fishing for redfish, snook, sea trout, tarpon and others aboard our 23' Fish Master Flats and Bay or our 16' Mud Skipper Poling Skiff. Fly fishing, live bait and plug casting the flats, passes and salt creeks of Southwest Florida is our specialty. Fish the shallow, clear flats of Charlotte Harbor, Pine Island Sound, The Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Goodland, Everglades, 10,000 Islands and Estero Bay. We provide all fishing support, licenses, bait and tackle.

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19225 Murcott Dr. West
Ft. Myers, FL 33967
Phone: 239-267-9312
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