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April Fishing

Capt. Joey Benko
March 29, 2015
Naples - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Fishing in Naples has been great with large snook and redfish catches. Finding bait has been the challenge but once you get it these fish are very hungry. The pompano bite has also stayed solid in the passes and beaches. Look for things to change as we have hopefully are last cold front come through the area this weekend.

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Naples Fishing Forecast:

With what seems to be the last of the cold fronts the fishing in the Naples area should continue to remain solid. Snook, redfish, and tarpon are starting to move out of the backwaters towards the bays and passes. Look for bait to start showing up in good numbers along the beaches. If your not equipped to throw a cast net look for schools of threads to be popping on the surface and use a sibiki rig to get the bait you will need. Tarpon will start showing up in our area soon. Cut ladyfish, large threads and big mullets will be great baits to target these fish.

Target Species:

snook, redfish, trout, pompano, tarpon

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BustnLoose Backwater Charters specializes in fishing the backwaters of Naples,Fl. Targeting snook, redfish and tarpon. BustnLoose is a full service charter providing half day up to full day charters. Every guest will be using top of the line shimano rods and reels while chasing that big catch. Come join Capt.Joey Benko as he tries to put you on the catch of a lifetime.

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BustnLoose Backwater Charters LLC
2004 PICCADILLY CIRCUS
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: 239-450-7382
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