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Marco Island Fishing Reports


2009-11-04
9:53 AM

Fall snook and redfish - Fishing these past few weeks has been very good. Snook and redfish are at just about every turn. I have been catching them in the front, middle islands, and even in the back bays. Live bait, lures, jigs, and flies have all been taking their fair more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-09-29
8:47 AM

Fall Snook Action - Fishing this past week was fair to excellent. The morning hours and late afternoons were the best. Temperatures soared during the mid day and there were places that I found where the water temperature reached 92 degrees. The beaches are slam cover more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-09-13
11:31 AM

Beach snook and tarpon - It feels good to be home. I have been to New Mexico for the last month. We then drove back to Florida and made a stop in the New Smyrna Beach area. The Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon area are beautiful. I got back on the water and have seen that more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-07-20
12:14 PM

Hot Snook - It doesn't get any hotter than it has been in the last couple of weeks. I found some water temperatures in the islands as high as 92 degrees. Still, slick calm conditions in the morning can produce some excellent fishing. Live bait, jigs, and top wat more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-07-01
12:02 PM

rough weather - Winds with gust up to thirty out of the west southwest have been nonstop for almost two weeks. That makes catching live bait in our area all but impossible. Needless to say, fishing has been difficult in the last two weeks. Most of us have been th more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-06-07
1:22 PM

Snook,redfish,tarpon - The winds have finally tamed down these past few weeks and the snook fishing has definitely heated up. Redfish, trout, and the occasional tarpon will round out the day. It has been a blustery spring and we are happy to see the dog days of summer a more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-05-10
1:30 AM

Tarpon, snook, and redfish - These past few weeks have been a challenge. The Bermuda High that has stalled and remained out in the Atlantic has made for some steady breezy winds. Although not uncommon this time of year, it can force you to put on your thinking cap. Still, we more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-04-08
12:56 PM

Snook and Tarpon - Fishing this past week has been excellent. Snook, redfish, trout, and tarpon have made the Gran Slam possible. The off and on winds of Spring have made it touch and go, but all things were possible this week. I had a super half day fly fishing more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-03-23
8:36 PM

Snook,Redfish,Tarpon - Fishing has been excellent these past few weeks. Snook, redfish, and tarpon are on the prowl. I have been catching all three on live bait. Tarpon have been coming into the Marco area and the Ten Thousand Islands. I have been catching them on live ba more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2009-02-14
8:47 AM

Snook Rebound - Water temperatures started to approach the seventy degree mark. This comes after a week of below sixty degree water temperatures and a struggle to catch quality fish. This is not unusual for mid February, but it does make the job harder. Most of us a more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

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