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Regional Fishing Reports for:
Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande)

9:47 AM

Estero Bay Report - The summer heat is here and the fishing patterns have changed making early mornings best for a good bite. Spotted seatrout action is best over the grass flats in 3-5 feet of water near the passes. Good moving, cleaner water seems to be the ticket t more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

5:47 PM

Estero thru Pine Island report - Calm mornings followed up with stormy afternoons, has put us smack dab in the middle of summer fishing patterns. Getting out early has proved to be well worth it as redfish, tarpon, and snook have been available along our beaches, bridges, and in the more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

12:29 PM

Best Snook Action of the Summer is Now! - Since my last report it has been all about the snook on recent trips. My anglers have been enjoying what is the peak time of year for catching snook as they stacked up during last weeks full moon phase. Several outings produced as many as 50 fish more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

10:46 AM

It's Good, Not Easy - Offshore: It was a little windy the past few days but the bravehearts made bit out to the marks from 3-20 plus miles out. Grouper, snapper, cobia and permit were the targets and from what I hear results were good if not easy. The close marks were fis more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

7:24 AM

Everglades City - 10,000 Islands - As June rolls into July, we can almost count on daily rain storms like clock work for the next couple of months. Look for your best bite to be early in the day, and again late in the afternoon/early evening after the rain comes in and cools things of more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City

7:56 AM

Estero thru Pine Island report - As the last week and a half was split between calm glassy days and then windy ones, fishing was good. We fished throughout SouthWest Florida for a variety of different species and ran across schools of tarpon and snook in large numbers. The water rel more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

11:50 AM

Estero Bay Report - The fishing has been tough due to water quality issues, but there is a bite is anglers can locate clean moving water. The redfish bite has been best on good moving water around the mangrove islands and oyster bars. Cut bait like pinfish or ladyfish more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

12:01 PM

Naples Fishing Guide Report June - June has been a very productive month with lots of snook, tarpon, trout and redfish being caught from Naples to the Ten Thousand Islands. Here is Andy with his biggest snook to date at a nice 38inches. Get out early to avoid the afternoon storms and more...
Capt. Joey Benko - Naples

7:28 AM

Inshore Fishing Remains Strong in Naples Backwaters - The fishing has rebounded after a bit of a set back last week as we dealt with rough, rainy conditions with the passing of a tropical storm across the state of Florida. Now the waters are clear and calm again and we are back on our game putting ang more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

12:49 PM

Shark, grouper, big lane snapper - Wednesday, 5/25, I headed 18 miles offshore with Dr. Paul Martz and Christian LeClerc. Seas were choppy heading out, but comfortable once anchored, and the guys used baitfish to catch numerous red grouper, including one 21-inch keeper. We also caught more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach

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Other Florida Fishing Reports by Region:

1. Florida Keys and Florida Bay (2446)

2. Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) (4908)

3. East Florida (Jupiter to Canaveral) (3525)

4. Northeast Florida (New Smyrna Beach to Jacksonville) (1106)

5. Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) (4187)

6. West Florida (Englewood to Cedar Key) (3969)

7. Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola) (2250)

8. Freshwater (817)

Florida Regional Map Florida Keys and Florida Bay Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) East Florida (Jupiter to Cape Canaveral) Northeast Florida (Cape Canaveral to Jacksonville) Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) West Florida (Boca Grande to Cedar Key) Panhandle and Big Bend (Cedar Key to Pensacola) Freshwater (Gainesville, Orlando, Okeechobee, South FL)

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