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Ten Thousand Islands Fishing Reports

8:07 AM

Typical Summer Daze - Well summer is finally upon us now. The humidity, heat, and bugs are here like they should be as well as the good fishing that goes along the summer. Empty waters and hungry fish are there for the taking, as long as you are on the water by sun up. more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

7:56 AM

Summer is upon us - Well the early heat signifies that summer is upon us now. There is more of a breeze than usual, which makes it a little more comfortable and keeps the bugs down a bit. Water temps in the low to mid 80's. And the past three days we have had late after more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

9:46 AM

Snook! - The winds died down in between cold fronts this past week. Temperatures got hot and so did the fishing. For awhile there, it seemed like old times. Bait was easier to get and snook came out of the woodwork. We caught snook, snapper, an occasional more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands

6:25 PM

Not your typical May - Well this has not been our typical May. Here it is mid May and the water temp barely gets to 80 by mid afternoon. I think I broke the first sweat today for the year, it has not been muggy and humid and the bugs aren't bad neither. Not your average Ma more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

7:48 PM

Tarpon Jumping but not Feeding - On May 6 I took James out from Naples. We were looking for tarpon and saw four jumping offshore, but could not get them to feed. The only thing hitting were sharks and more sharks. We caught four 3 foot bonnets and four 3 foot lemon sharks. W more...
Capt. Jeff Buckley - Ten Thousand Islands

12:30 PM

Snook,Redfish,Tarpon - Fishing the past couple of weeks has been very hot to luke warm. Winds kept us guessing from time to time but I found snook and redfish in the back bays of the Ten Thousand Islands. I spent a few days fly dishing and caught a few snook up to the s more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands

2:55 PM

Tarpon Hit or Miss in the 10,000 Islands - On April 24 I took Sal out from New York. We were in the backwater and saw juvenile tarpon roll. We hooked on 2 and got a 6 foot spinner shark that we fought for 3 hours. On the 25th and 26th I took out a Fishing Club out of Sarasota through Eve more...
Capt. Jeff Buckley - Ten Thousand Islands

6:44 PM

Sightfishing the Everglades in late spring - Had a wonderful week in the infamous Everglades National Park. Fishing out of Everglaged City provided every option an angler could want on a saltwater fly fishing excursion. We started out with sightfishing for red fish and snook on the outside poin more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

8:29 PM

Tiger Shark Landed - Early morning fishing was good on the 14th. Winds were calm and offshore the water was clear. Water temperature remains warm at around 78- 80 degrees. Talk about excitement!! On Monday I fished John from Eli Lily. He caught a seven and a half f more...
Capt. Jeff Buckley - Ten Thousand Islands

5:42 AM

Snook, Redfish, Tarpon - Wind, wind, and more heavy wind. Have bait, will travel. That's right, the wind has been plaguing us this past week. I have been catching plenty of live bait and as a result, the fishing has been nothing short of spectacular. We had a record break more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands

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