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Spring air and sunshine

Capt. Cliff Simer
March 28, 2012
Pine Island Sound - Saltwater Fishing Report

Today started out at 9 A.M. and a slow outgoing tide. the first couple spots left the guys with a couple underslot trout. Finally some nice trout wanting to eat. First nice fish of the day was a just under 20" trout followed by a 23. You have heard the old wise tale of eating bananas on the boat being bad luck but that wasnt the case for today. With the drag peeling out towards the trees i knew it was a good size snook. just three feet shy of the net the snook cut the line. It wasnt until the next stop that a 25 inch trout made it to the livewell. With a couple more snook taking a bait and time drawing near quiting time, the drag took off for a last minute fight. This time a 31 inch snook. Red fish was a no go for us today.

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Pine Island Sound Fishing Forecast:

Snook are showing up in good numbers. large trout are mixed in the same holes and cruising shore lines with them.

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Come join us in Sunny SW FL for a fishing Adventure. Up to 4 people accommodated with multiple boats available with advanced notice. backbay fishing for Snook, Redfish, Trout, Tarpon, Shark in Matlacha pass and Pine Island sound along with some near Gulf shore. Bring your children and let me help create a fishing memory.

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Angling Adventures of SW FL
4491 Pine Island rd
Matlacha, FL 33993
Phone: 239-872-3731
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