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Fishing Reports by Capt. Greg Stamper


2016-01-14
8:13 AM

estero fishing the coldfronts - Water temps hit the low to mid 60's this week as another cold front changed fish patterns up once again. With temperatures dropping fishing was better in cuts, deep creeks, and in the late afternoon sun that warmed up the bay's shielded from the wind more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2016-01-05
6:56 PM

Estero bay pre-frontal fishing - As the biggest cold front of the year came in on Monday, everyday before it worked out just fine. There was a lists of options depending on your needs this week from redfish, snook, and big jacks all the way down to bluefish, kingfish, and groupers. more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-12-29
9:01 AM

Estero bay fishing - It's been a windy week with some low tides and muddy water, but if you put some time into it the fishing was good. The redfish bite was tougher this week than weeks previous, however we did manage to get them everyday but one. Redfish could be found more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-12-17
4:40 PM

Still crushing it - The offshore and near shore bite continued for another week as a plethora of bait continues to stick around. Cobia, kingfish, tripletail and snapper fishing was good with most fish caught in 25 feet of water or more. The backcountry bite was also goo more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-12-08
11:52 AM

It's still windy, but we're managing - Estero bay had another week of strong winds that continued to keep the flow of incoming tides at bay throughout most of the week. Once the tides started winning the battle and water got over the one foot mark the bite began. Redfishing was ok with so more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-12-01
8:06 AM

Windy but good - With over a week of winds pushing hard from the North East it took awhile for the water to get back into Estero bay, but when it did the fish were biting. Redfishing although not stellar still worked out when soaking cut baits and shrimp on jigs arou more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-11-17
9:08 AM

November continues to be great - Even with some cool fronts and certainly a day or two of strong winds, the fish are still biting. Near shore there's lots of options to get a tug. Mackerel schools can be found in 20 feet of water chasing minnow schools around just about everywhere. more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-11-14
8:25 AM

Great first half of November - Redfishing continues to take top billing this week with a great bite continuing. Redfish were caught in every manner this week from artificial lures, cut baits, and of course live shrimp. Snook continue to fill up the docks as they push into their w more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-11-05
9:32 AM

The Redfish Bite Is On In Estero Bay - Another week of good fishing both inshore and nearshore brought October to an end. Redfish continued to bite along shorelines and transition areas where flats dumped off to deeper waters. All sorts of fish are moving in and down our shores. Snook fis more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-10-24
4:11 PM

Wind didn't keep away the redfish, snook and flounder - A drastic change in the wind and the temperature mixed things up this week. As two cold fronts pushed their way through, prefrontal redfish could be found chewing on incoming tides along mangrove shorelines with an occasional flounder in the mix. Vic more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

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