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

2:37 PM

Weather is Hot and fishing even hotter! - 26 May 2015 Fishing is hot and the weather is even hotter! Now that the summer heat is upon us the waters are warm and the difference between the daytime high and low tides can be only a couple inches difference. Catching the water when it's moving more...
Capt. Jim C. - Matlacha

12:53 PM

Hot Weather - Change Tactics - Conditions: Hot- Backcountry water temps from Matlacha to Gasparilla are now in the high 80s. The beaches from Boca Grande to Sanibel are in the mid 80s. Thunderstorms are common as the sea breeze builds in the afternoons. Higher water levels are put more...
Capt. Dave Pecci - Charlotte Harbor

12:15 PM

Big Dogs, Huge Schools of Pelagic Species, Cobias - Very fortunate with our perfect weather. We ran into the biggest school of Bonita we have ever seen, lot's of fun. Cobia action has been super consistent. Many keepers. Permit has also been productive on larger structures. Huge sharks and Goliath Gr more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Fort Myers

8:13 PM

Tarpon are on the Beaches - Conditions: The tarpon are cruising the beaches with steady action other than slack tide. No big wind or heavy rain is forecasted so the fishing should remain good. There are a few big snook in the troughs and on the bars just off the breakers. Ba more...
Capt. Dave Pecci - Charlotte Harbor

1:46 PM

Life Throws Me A Curve Ball To End Spring! - I started the week off with an old friend from Newark, New York, Bill Schrader.  We've been friends and fishing buds for at least eleven years.  He and his wife Nancy didn't make it down last year, but Bill always stays in touch.  I picked Bill up at more...
Capt. Butch Rickey - Sanibel

12:35 PM

Estero Bay: Goliath Grouper-Redfish-Snook - The backbay bite in Estero Bay has been amazing lately. I haven't posted a report in a long time, so instead, here are pictures from my most recent charters! more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

9:39 AM

Estero Bay Report - The fishing continues to be tough for anglers in and around Estero Bay, possibly due to lack of bait, super clear water, or just lock jaw. There is a quality snapper bite around the mangroves and oyster bars using shrimp tipped jig heads. Free lini more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

9:15 PM

Boca Grande Sailfish and Dolphin Technique - This report is from a fishing trip out of Jupiter inlet on Tuesday. This same technique can and has been used out of Boca Grande Pass before. We started out catching cigar minnows, sardines and threadfins on sibikis in 38 feet of water. The more...
Capt. Darel Carter - Boca Grande

12:39 PM

Grouper bite on! - Stormy weather began setting in on Monday, 4/27, with lots of moisture over the gulf. By the time Tuesday rolled around, there were scattered showers over much of the area, but Mike Boden and I managed a morning of bay fishing, with just a few drizzl more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach

9:22 PM

East Winds Means Beach Tarpon This Week - Conditions: The big wind and seas have subsided, the tarpon have returned to the beaches outside of Pine Island and Gasparilla Sounds. Bait: threadfin herring, Green back Herring, pinfish, shrimp, crab Fishing Tactics: The backcountry fishing as more...
Capt. Dave Pecci - Charlotte Harbor

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1. Florida Keys and Florida Bay (2310)

2. Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) (4527)

3. East Florida (Jupiter to Canaveral) (3297)

4. Northeast Florida (New Smyrna Beach to Jacksonville) (1056)

5. Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) (3919)

6. West Florida (Englewood to Cedar Key) (3631)

7. Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola) (2174)

8. Freshwater (803)

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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