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Naples Offshore Grouper Fishing

Capt. Ted Gibson
January 14, 2017
Naples - Saltwater Fishing Report

Four anglers onboard January, 12 2018. Targeted Grouper all day. Ended up with 5 Keepers to 27' and lost several others. We released a bunch of short grouper and kept about 20 Lane Snapper. Started off the day anchored up in approximately 45' of water. Bite was good and started catching fish immediately. Lost a nice grouper to the reef and decided to pull the anchor and start drifting with the sea anchor. We used Sand Perch in the 6"-9" size range for bait. We caught less fish drifting, but the ones we did catch were bigger. Ended up with 3 keepers and at about 11 am decided to run a little deeper to approximately 65' of water where we continued to drift and picked up 2 more grouper. It was good day, but we did have to work for the fish we got and it took all day to do it!

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Target Species:

Red Grouper

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We fish the offshore waters of Naples, Bonita Springs, and Ft. Myers Beach. All our charters are on our 30' Intrepid Center Console powered by twin 2017 250 HP Mercury Outboard which allows us to get to the fishing areas fast and in comfort. Species of fish that you can except to encounter on our charters depend on the time of year, but include: Red Grouper, Gag Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, Snook, Sheepshead, Shark, King Fish, Goliath Grouper, and more.

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Nauti-Gal Fishing Adventures
26711 Little John Court Apt. 47
Bonita Springs, FL
Phone: 907-854-8783
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