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Fishing Reports by Capt. Gary Clark


2012-01-09
8:57 AM

The Temperature Rollercoaster - Fishing report for the week ending 1/9/2012 Coming from pre-christmas mid 80 degree air and water temps up to 75 to last weeks low 30 degree air and water falling into the 50s we have seen it all. Dont tell Rob Wackerman you cant catch quality more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-12-27
2:14 PM

Spring Like Weather In December - Fishing report for the week ending 12/27/2011 Warmer than normal air and water are making for great fishing this month. Redfish have been so good its all we target some days. Pictured above Mike Cronin and his son with a nice double. Sea trout h more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-12-15
8:00 AM

Warmer Than Normal December Makes For Great Top-water Fishing - Fishing report for the week ending 12/15/2011 Top-water plug action has been excellent, this fatty was just under 14 lbs. (it swallowed that skitterwalk) A warmer than normal December is making for some great fishing around Sanibel and San Carlos more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-12-02
9:07 AM

Fishing Stays Good With Cooler Weather - Fishing report for the week ending 12/2/2011 Fishing remained good with the arrival of cooler weather. There are fewer light wind days as winter comes on but on the day or two before fronts come in top water plugs can be very effective. Above more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-11-15
9:14 AM

Cooler Weather Makes for Good Redfish and Trout Action - Fishing report for the week ending 11/14/2011 Greg Hartman and his friend Jeff were in town this week for a couple days of fishing, pictured above with dinner for the night. Mixed in with the good numbers of redfish are these big trout, heres Je more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-10-28
10:49 AM

Redfish remain steady with bigger trout showing up - Redfish have remained steady with bigger trout showing up more with some cooler weather. Pictured below with a redfish caught on a live shrimp under a popping cork by Kody Milton.Reds this size have been steadily gaining length and weight and are pro more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-10-11
12:57 PM

FALL REDFISH AT ITS BEST - Fishing report for the week ending 10/10/2010 We are getting more like fall weather each day and the redfishing is great. Other than the wind being up several days you cant beat the temperature or the fishing this time of year. Heres regular Ge more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-10-04
6:33 PM

Cooler Water And Air Temperatures Heat Up The Fishing - Fishing report for the week ending 10/1/2011 Cooler water and air temperatures have heated up the fishing especially redfish. There have been good numbers of lower slot fish that we have been catching all year being joined by larger schools of abo more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-09-27
4:27 PM

Fall Redfish Are Schooling - Fishing report for the week ending 9/26/2011 Fall redfish are schooling up with good numbers of 3-4lb. fish being found all thru the bay, many of these fish are the ones we had been catching last fall and this spring. These reds are now in the slo more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers


2011-09-20
9:25 AM

The Last Days Of Summer - Fishing report for the week ending 9/19/2011 The last days of summer have been very slow charter wise which is normal for this time of year. After Irene past by the water quality especially in the river and bay changed dramatically, there is very more...
Capt. Gary Clark - Fort Myers

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