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Snook Migration Time

Jennifer Wolter
March 17, 2014
Naples - Saltwater Fishing Report

It's getting close to the time when Florida's snook population leave their winter locations in the estuaries and backbays, moving onto their spawning grounds at beaches and passes where they spend the warmer summer months. During this Spring time pattern we're in now, snook are on their way out of the rivers and creeks and moving to river mouths, out on the open flats, and eventually migrating towards their shoreline spawning sites along inlets, passes and beach shorelines.

we've been having great success lately fishing the oyster bars and grass flats closest to the passes using artificials and flies.


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I specialize in light tackle(spin&fly)saltwater fishing from land or kayak,and kayak ecotours.The Everglades, Naples, Fort Myers, and Pine Island Sound areas offer some of the best snook, redfish, tarpon,and trout fishing opportunities in the saltwater world.From targeting snook on the beach on fly,to trout &reds cruising the grass flats,let me help you turn these opportunities into successes with my years of shallow water,light tackle angling or embark on a gorgeous kayak ecotour.

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Finseeker Guided Adventures
PO Box 72
Naples, FL
Phone: 239-682-3134
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