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Beach Snook in better numbers

Capt. Paul Wolter
May 27, 2009
Naples - Saltwater Fishing Report

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The Snook on the beach are there in good numbers. I scouted a spot I hadnt fished in a long time and saw probably a hundred this morning, but it was a little tough feeding them. I wound up with 4 including a pretty nice one. Caught them all on a 5 weight flyrod which made it a blast. There was a small swell but the water was clear, so remember to be as stealthy as possible, use a small, natural looking fly (or lure), and scale down to a short piece of fluorocarbon leader. The fish can become very active early and late or immediately after rain (or especially a thunderstorm), so try to focus on fishing these times.

Naples Fishing Forecast:

Fishing will continue to improve with the peak action usually mid June thru August.

Target Species:

Snook

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