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53 pound Black Grouper

Capt. Michael Avinon
October 26, 2012
Naples - Saltwater Fishing Report

We ran a few half days and managed to catch a handfull of gags on all of our trips.We fished anywhere from 12 to 18 miles offshore using live pinfish and grunts.The trip of the week was a 12 hour trip out to 160'of water.Of course we released several red snappers up to 16 pds and kept 12 red groupers up to 15pds.On the last drop of the day we caught 4 keeper black groupers with three being 15 to 20 pds and the last fish of the trip being a 53pd beast we invited home for dinner.

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Naples Fishing Forecast:

Hurricane sandy is creating issues for the east coast but on the Gulf coast were in the clear.A strong cold front is on its way and that should really get fish migrating from North to South.The spanish mackeral are already here and the kings are usually right behind.Cobias from the northern gulf start moving south through the area.Amberjacks will also start a big push to shallower water after the front.

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I have been operating out of Naples for over twenty years and have the spots to prove it.With a range of over 400 miles and the speed to get there quickly the options are endless.We are consistently one of the top producing boats in sw florida,stop by the city dock and see for yourself.

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Findictive Charters
Naples City Dock
Naples, FL 34114
Phone: 239-774-3314
Alt. Phone: 239-682-0559
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