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Sharks And Seatrout Make For An Interesting Day

Capt. Brad Brown
June 22, 2017
Fort Myers - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Made it out on the water this past week despite the latest round of storms. On a recent trip we headed out early with Pennsylvanians Madison Walsh, Dave Alexander, Kate Sprague and Ryleigh Sprague and headed to the nearshore reefs off of Fort Myers Beach. Used shrimp to catch grunts (pigfish) and turned those into shark bait. The group caught 5 hammerheads up to about 5-feet in length. Moved to another rock pile and landed lots of jacks and more seatrout than the group could count, also on live shrimp on jigs. Ten slots went in the cooler for dinner and then outran the storms back to the dock!

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In the photo of the hammerhead is Madison along with the Captain. Group photo with seatrout… left to right… Madison Walsh, Dave Alexander, Kate Sprague and Ryleigh Sprague.

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Captain Brad Brown, fishing Estero Bay & Pine Island Sound. He has a wealth of experience, and a passion for being on the water, and sharing that with his clients. In-shore and near-shore fishing is Captain Brad's specialty. Estero Bay and Pine Island Sound offer a wide range of species, including shark and tarpon action. Dolphin and Manatee sightings, turtles, eagles, spoonbills, egrets and more. You never know what a day on the water will bring.

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Moonlite Charters, LLC
20643 Porthole Ct.
Estero, FL 33928
Phone: 239-777-7786
Alt. Phone: 239-450-1476
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