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Naples Fishing Reports

7:42 AM

November Variety in Naples Backwaters - Well, nobody has ever accused me of not telling it like it is and I would be exaggerating if I said every trip recently has been easy. Usually, by this time of year we are enjoying a cool down of sorts in south Florida which drives plenty of differe more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

10:05 AM

It's not just the weather that's hot this November! - The bite has been in keeping with the temps this month... hot, hot, hot! So far every day has brought some record setting temps, which for this time of year is a welcome reprieve from the norm. The light southerly breezes have really done wonders at more...
Capt. Geoff Crouse - Naples

11:04 AM

November Fishing - As we close down September and October it has truly been a great time to fish here is SWFL. It seems as though every weekend the tournaments in this area helped support a lot of local charities and the fishing action was hot. The redfish and snook more...
Capt. Joey Benko - Naples

8:45 AM

September Inshore Bounty - As I mentioned in my previous report, this is one of my favorite months to fish the backwaters in SW Florida. So far the month has lived up to its reputation. My clients have enjoyed consistent action with a variety of different species. Redfis more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

11:17 AM

September Backcountry Fishing is a "Grand Slam"! - We are merging into my absolute favorite time of year to fish the back waters of SW Florida. The days are getting shorter and soon, the waters will begin to cool off slightly. These factors will contribute to more of an all day bite as opposed to t more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

8:36 AM

Patience Brings Rewards During the August "Dog Days" - Nobody can ever say that this long time guide doesn't tell it like it is! Anyone that tells you that inshore fishing in August is easy is stretching the truth a little. Water temperatures often spike into the upper 80's along area beaches and into t more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

10:40 AM

Fishing Naples in August - So far the fishing in Naples has really been red hot! I have had a few slow days on the back end of the blue moon, but all in all I can't complain. Snook, redfish, trout, snapper and black drum have all been chewing hard. We've even been catching a more...
Capt. Geoff Crouse - Naples

9:14 AM

Mid-Summer Inshore Action - July is flying by and while I have still been laid up for the most part recovering from foot surgery, Capt. Ben Geroy has been busy most days and finding a good variety of fish for our clients. The water is hot now running about 89 degrees on the be more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

6:31 AM

Mid July Fishing for Naples and Marco - Fishing still continues to be strong in the Naples/Marco area. Good catches of Snook early in the morning and late in the evening. Mid-day is for napping. Redfish catches on fly have been okay in the back country waters. While searching for Redfish, more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples

9:55 AM

Early Birds Get the Fish in July - I am taking some needed time off this month to recover from recent foot surgery. In the mean time, some good fishing has continued without me and my son Capt. Ben has done a fine job getting our clients on some great fish! Water temperatures are more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

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