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Marco Island Fishing Reports

10:50 AM

More Redfish - Fishing has remained fair to excellent this past week. There is still plenty of bait along the beaches and fish are willing to take it. I have been catching redfish and small to medium snook along the outside points in south Marco and the Ten Thousa more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

7:58 AM

Cooler Weather Hot for Sea Trout - Cold weather means hot fishing for spotted sea trout. Cold nights have dropped water temps into the low 60s. Trout are good cold water targets because they develop patterns that you can predict and prepare for. Trout instinctively look for places more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island

10:18 AM

Ten Thousand Islands Backcountry Snook Redfish - Fishing this past week has continued to be excellent. Despite breezy conditions, I have been having very successful trips with great numbers. Live bait is almost everywhere in the front of the islands throughout the Ten Thousand Islands. Jigs and f more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

6:50 AM

Spotted Sea Trout Earn Fish of the Week - A windy start to November kept the fishing confined to the back bays and protected islands, but that is not all bad. Trout have been the fish of choice for most anglers here in the 10,000 Islands. Plentiful and tasty, these voracious hunters can more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island

12:40 PM

More Redfish! - Fishing this past week has once again been excellent. Post Sandy winds have died down and bait is sizzling on every point. Some of the fish have moved to the back bays. My charters have been catching plenty of small to medium snook on live bait unde more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

4:31 PM

Fall Redfish and Snook - Fishing has been excellent and consistent so far. Live bait, jigs, soft plastics, and flies are all taking their fair share this past week. Snook, redfish, and trout have all been cooperating. I have mainly been using live bait under a popping cork more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

3:35 PM

Snook and Redfish Inshore, Grouper and Mackerel Offshore - Fishing Report Late September in the 10,000 Islands is one of the reasons we love our job. The air becomes a little crisp in the morning with thunderstorms in the afternoon. The seas offshore have calmed a bit allowing for an occasional offsho more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island

12:22 PM

Schooling Redfish - The fall migration is on. Baitfish are everywhere. They along the beaches and smaller varieties are sizzling on the points of islands. Mackerel and bonito are near shore and are a blast if you get on them. Small, medium , and a few larger snook can more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

11:05 AM

Redfish Good, Grouper Hot! - September fishing in the 10,000 islands can be rewarding, and frustrating at the same time. Afternoon rainstorms have kept the water temps down, but at the same time it has been difficult at times to find clean water resulting in an abundance of more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island

10:28 AM

Post Isaac Snook and Redfish - After Isaac, bait had all but disappeared. That didn't stop us from throwing popping corks with live shrimp. I took Steve Sprechman and his daughter Lindsey out for a morning trip. We caught all the players in the ten thousand islands on a slow movi more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

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