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Marco Island Fishing Reports


2000-07-27
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Sauna Summer It has been a long time since I remember it being much hotter than it has been in the last few weeks. Some of the guys have complained about the wind that we had last week but it really kept things bearable on the water. Slow inco more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-07-20
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Whatever Goes It was hot and breezy this past week. Winds were strong out of the west-southwest. That made catching bait along the beaches next to impossible. It didn’t really matter for the bait fisherman because there are finger mulle more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-07-13
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Slow Tides We are in between a new and a full moon. It is called a neep or nip tide. These types of tides are week and move slow. Certain times of the year will produce slower tides. If the tide moved any slower this past week, it would have more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-07-05
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Summer Blast This past week, mornings have been a hot and humid veil of tranquility. The throng of boat traffic is down considerably and you can actually get into the Ten Thousand Islands and here virtually nothing that is man made. It seems t more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-06-28
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Hot Means Hot If you spent much time on the water or out of doors, you found out why our region is considered subtropical. Hot and humid has been the recipe for hot fishing. This week was another repeat performance for our backcountry stars. S more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-06-21
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Summer Heat, Summer Rains This past year has dealt us some very erratic weather. We had warmth when it was unusual, cold that was unbearable, and winds that would scalp your mane. Summer is upon us and the heat and afternoon rains are predict more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-06-11
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Dick's Hatband It has been hotter than Dick’s hatband. That hatband has to be hot because every time my grandfather said that it was ninety in the shade. It has been hot but so has the fishing. We are still catching a few tarpon. Snook, more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-06-07
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Dick's Hatband It has been hotter than Dick’s hatband. That hatband has to be hot because every time my grandfather said that it was ninety in the shade. It has been hot but so has the fishing. We are still catching a few tarpon. Snook, more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-05-31
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Premonition Fishin' It has been like a steam bath almost every morning this past week. A lot of people don’t like it because it’s “too hot”. Well fish love it. The tarpon are very fond of a sticky breathless morning. Th more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2000-05-24
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Summer Brew It’s hard to believe that summer is around the corner. The weather shows every indication that it is true. The mornings this past week have been steamy and the afternoons have been hot. The convection has been building over t more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

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