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Marco Island Fishing Reports


2010-08-18
12:01 PM

Snook, Mackerel, Redfish - Fishing this past month has been sporadic. Prior to the tropical depression that passed through Florida, the fishing was red hot. Small schools of redfish came into the area an d provided some good action. The snook were very happy and all was well. more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2010-06-22
9:50 AM

Snook and Tarpon - Fishing these past weeks has been excellent. We are starting to see much improved snook activity around Marco Island. With redfish in the mix and plenty of straggler tarpon, anything is possible. I have been throwing mainly live bait with a few fl more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2010-05-12
11:34 AM

Tarpon and Permit action - The past few weeks have been touch and go. Snook are still spotty around the Ten Thousand Islands. I have been catching more snook around the rural areas of Marco Island. We have been catching jacks and a few redfish too. We have had a week of mild w more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2010-04-08
11:19 AM

Excellent fishing - With water temperature finally in the seventies, Fishing has gotten much better. While the snook fishing has still been spotty, Other fish have been off the hook. The pompano bite has been outstanding. Double digit catches have not been uncommon. S more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2010-04-05
10:40 AM

Things are changing! - While in the Marco area I did notice some Snook in the dock lights at night and saw a few on the oyser bars. The is plenty of bait, this is all good for the lower Everglades, (Flamingo) because everything trickles down 040210 I am fishing o more...
Capt. Jim Hobales - Marco Island


2010-03-10
12:15 PM

Trout Fest - Temperatures are on the rise. I am down to one layer instead of three in the morning. Fishing this past week improved. I had some good days with sheepshead and black drum. It is still a little cool to slam snook but they are out there if you want to more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2010-03-01
11:17 AM

Winter Fishing - Fishing these past few weeks has been tricky to say the least. I have been getting a few trips in between back to back cold fronts. These cold fronts have kept the water temperature hovering around sixty degrees which is just a bit too cool for the g more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2010-02-01
11:16 AM

Winter Fishing Good Inspite Of Cold Spell - Fishing the aftermath of the worst cold spell in my 34 years here has not been as bad as I expected. It will take some time to determine how bad the snook kill really was. I have been seeing pods of snook and there are lots of them under the lights h more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-12-21
2:51 PM

Late Snook Action - This past week, fishing was excellent. Catching live bait was easy. With the water temperatures reaching as high as eighty degrees, all the backcountry players were ready and willing. Of course, a major cold front has almost all but passed through more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-11-30
4:14 PM

Macks,Jacks,and Hookin Snook - These past few weeks we have been dodging our first serious cold fronts. We have a new one bearing down on us as I type. With water temperatures bouncing like a yo yo, there have been good days and slow days. But the overall picture has been pretty g more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

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