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

11:05 AM

winds have backed off and fishing is fine! - Life has been busy around fishing but you are not forgotten. I do apologize for not reporting more recently but I've had my hands full. The strong west winds this summer have frustrated fish and fishermen but we are enjoying some good action. M more...
Capt. Van Hubbard - Boca Grande

8:47 AM

Brown waters for snook tarpon and reds & drum - Considering we are in the beginning for the summer brown water conditions,fishing has been pretty good. Myself, and Ned Small fished 1 day, Ned had a slam,I jumped a few tarpon and we boath caught a few snook. On day 2 I was fishing with Bill Blant more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee

8:47 PM

Naples beach with local angler 7/13 - Today I guided local angler and part time Georgia resident John Goodheart. He never did the beach sightfishing before and was eager to learn more about it. Conditions early were tough (very calm and clear water), but the action picked up a notch wh more...
Capt. Paul Wolter - Naples

1:26 PM

Oh! Thank Heaven For Eleven and Seven! - Oh! Thank Heaven for Eleven and Seven! I wound up with one trip to run this week. It was a hard one, but one of the most rewarding in a while. My customers were Larry Fleming, and his eighty year old father-in-law, Ed, of Jacksonville, Florid more...
Capt. Butch Rickey - Pine Island Sound

12:15 PM

Look For Snapper And Sharks To Keep Busy - LOOK FOR SNAPPER AND SHARKS TO KEEP BUSY Now may be the best time to take advantage of the snapper fishing. Snapper up to sixteen inches were caught in and around the Passes and inshore under piers and under some off the deeper mangrove shore more...
Capt. Bill Russell - Pine Island Sound

8:42 AM

Steamy days of summer - Fishing report for week ending 7/11/09, the temperature of the air and water are up, along with lots of fresh water coming out of the river have slowed the bay fishing a bit. There are still plenty of snook on the beaches and near the passes but with more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Sanibel

1:05 PM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Trout, Sheepshead, Snapper & Snook Inshore - Slow season is here for sure. Seasonal residents have fled our heat and humidity until October and the economy is not producing our usual number of summer vacationers this year. On top of that, a low pressure system that hung over our area for severa more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach

5:54 AM

Stuck in a horrible tropical wave pattern - I'm off to Washington, DC today July 8th (and the Birthday of a great American) and will not return until Sunday. Charters Mon and Tue of next week. Filming a Light Tackle Angler Show on Wednesday/Thur and a charter on Friday. If you are panting a more...
Capt. John GiddyUp-Bunch - Fort Myers

5:54 PM

Sanibel Fishing with Tarpoons.com - Sanibel Fishing with Tarpoons.com West winds have made my Snook and Snapper fishing tough. Normally I'm busting the mangrove snapper, This weather pattern is called a Bermuda High that is suppose to be in Bermuda, but has made its more...
Capt. Greg Hood - Sanibel

7:58 AM

Sanibel Fishing - I guess we are pretty spoiled in South west Florida, Saturday I got a call from a friend that had boat problems, and ran his trip for him. As it turned out we lucked into the best bunch of redfish I have seen all year. The bonus was when an unkn more...
Capt. Dave Andrews - Sanibel

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Other Florida Fishing Reports by Region:

1. Florida Keys and Florida Bay (2375)

2. Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) (4680)

3. East Florida (Jupiter to Canaveral) (3384)

4. Northeast Florida (New Smyrna Beach to Jacksonville) (1081)

5. Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) (4053)

6. West Florida (Englewood to Cedar Key) (3778)

7. Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola) (2214)

8. Freshwater (809)

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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Banana River (1)

Big Pine Key (8)

Biscayne Bay (126)

Boca Grande (395)

Bonita Beach (200)

Butler Chain (1)

Carrabelle (203)

Charlotte Harbor (26)

Chokoloskee (64)

Clearwater (92)

Cocoa Beach (77)

Crystal River (109)

Daytona Beach (41)

Destin (591)

Englewood (5)

Estero Bay (167)

Everglades City (112)

Fernandina Beach (1)

Flagler Beach (14)

Flamingo (1014)

Fort Lauderdale (2053)

Fort Myers (1213)

Fort Pierce (451)

Government Cut (4)

Grayton Beach (8)

Haulover Inlet (64)

Hernando Beach (400)

Homosassa (370)

Indian River Lagoon (699)

Islamorada (509)

Jacksonville (754)

Jupiter (210)

Key Biscayne (499)

Key Largo (121)

Key West (455)

Kissimmee Chain (36)

Lake Jackson (3)

Lake Okeechobee (11)

Lake Panasoffkee (5)

Lake Tohopekaliga (44)

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Little Torch Key (32)

Marathon (231)

Marco Island (284)

Matlacha (33)

Melbourne (30)

Miami (1793)

Mosquito Lagoon (674)

Naples (427)

Navarre (8)

New Port Richey (13)

New Smyrna Beach (67)

Orlando (292)

Osbourne Chain (4)

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Palm Beach (137)

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Palm Harbor (6)

Panama City (906)

Pensacola (476)

Pine Island Sound (872)

Pompano Beach (2)

Ponce Inlet (4)

Port Canaveral (67)

Port St. Joe (14)

Port St. Lucie (492)

Sanibel (133)

Sarasota (826)

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Singer Island (2)

St. Augustine (21)

St. Petersburg (27)

Steinhatchee (1)

Stick Marsh-Farm 13 (412)

Stuart (384)

Sugarloaf Key (5)

Tampa Bay (1517)

Tarpon Springs (80)

Ten Thousand Islands (127)

Titusville (301)

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