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Matlacha Fishing Reports


2017-11-08
5:06 PM

8 Nov 2017 - 8 Nov 2017 November fishing Red fish have been biting well since my last report. I've been catching them on the flats as well as mangrove lines in Matlacha and Pine Island sound. When the water was warm (above 80) live pins and cut pins were the tr more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-10-10
5:29 PM

10 Oct 17 Reds, Trout and Nurse Sharks - Reds, Trout and Nurse Sharks October starting with a bang with Reds galore out on the flats in Pine Island sound and Matlacha. In the sound if the reds weren't in their usual spots the Nurse sharks were and they put up a nice fight when you're expec more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-09-29
8:37 AM

Post Irma - 28 September 2017 Post Hurricane Irma Fishing after my first Hurricane has been good. Tides changed and stayed high for quite a while but the reds stayed in their general areas. It's been a month since my last report and fishing has been good when more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-08-26
2:20 PM

July and August has been a great months of fishing - 26 Aug 2017 Sorry I haven't written a report for a month besides being busier than normal this time of year I can only attribute it to being lazy. I will try and do better. July and August has been a great months of fishing especially if you're more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-07-24
10:30 AM

24 July 2017 Enough rain already and let's try Conserving our re - Fishing has been very good this last month when you dodge all the rain we've had. This last two weeks has been tough trying to keep my clients dry and catching quality fish. I do try and keep them dry and have been successful on both dryness and fish more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-06-24
4:56 PM

24 June 24, 2017 Rain, 93deg water and quick cool off - 24 June 24, 2017 Rain, 93deg water and quick cool off Since my last report I have been on a week vacation from 7-14 June and missed all the rain we had, well most of it. I hit the water after two days of being back and was quick to realize a coup more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-06-06
11:03 AM

6 June 2017 IT'S HOT! - 6 June 2017 IT'S HOT! How do you fish when the water is 93 degrees in the middle of the day? Easy, fish early or late. But if you absolutely must fish in the heat you need a couple things. Water movement, cover and depth close by. The last coupl more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-05-25
10:30 AM

25 May 2017 Windy days and a short report - 25 May 2017 Windy days and a short report This has been one heck of a windy month! Lost track of how many offshore trips I had to turn into inshore trips and the onshore trips into backwater trips just to hide from the wind. With that being said, more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-05-02
12:33 PM

2 May 2017 Bite continues to be great! - Since my last report two weeks ago all my clients have had very successful trips. Catching all inshore species when they presented their selves depending on weather conditions. From Redfish, which has been caught on every trip, and I was hired to ta more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-04-16
4:44 PM

16 April 2017 Everything is biting from punta rassa to charlotte - 16 April 2017 Everything is biting from punta rassa to charlotte harbor and Pine island sound. The inshore bite has been on fire! Cobia, Tarpon, Snook, Bull Reds Mangrove Snapper and gator trout has all been fantastic. Cobia 33-44 I have been more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

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