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Fishing Reports by Capt. Greg Stamper


2015-07-06
7:27 AM

Estero thru Captiva - Snook continue to be found both along our beaches and in their backcountry haunts. Anglers this week were occasionally greeted by large packs of snook usually of similar size. Live baits such as thread fin herring or pilchards worked great on 3/0 cir more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-06-27
6:13 AM

snook fishings great - Snook fishing has been on fire all week, with the best bite being early in the morning or late afternoon. Snook up to 40 inches are being caught in both the backcountry as well as along our beaches. Tarpon are still hanging around and being caught on more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-06-16
9:52 AM

Last few weeks for Tarpon - Strong afternoon storms meant fishing early in the morning or late in the afternoon all week long. Tarpon fishing has still been good even with cloudy water nearshore. Fishing the early morning tides with threadfins or crabs continued to produce resu more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-06-04
5:59 PM

Snook ot Tarpon - Snook fishing continues to be great with both pilchards and threadfins getting their attention daily. Snook are now in their beach haunts fairly regularly as well as the pass mouths and docks with good current. Using 2/0 and 3/0 circle hooks and 30lb more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-05-28
8:47 AM

Winds made the bite soft - Fishing was good early in the week for redfish in Estero bay, however the bite was much tougher Sunday and Monday. Redfish were still being caught on the tides that had good moving water but Mother Nature had the winds pushing against the flow many t more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-05-05
11:49 AM

Redfish Bite Slow in Estero Bay, Trout Bite Is Hot - This week's front changed things up a bit with cloudy water in Estero Bay and wind that mixed up the tides. The redfish bite got tough just after the front, but it started to pick up again on Sunday. Cut baits and live shrimp thrown under the mangro more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-04-28
1:18 PM

Conditions in Estero Bay mean a good chance for an inshore slam - Another week of great conditions continues to keep Southwest Florida in the bite. Anglers seeking inshore fish such as redfish, snook, tarpon or trout i.e. The inshore Grand Slam have had every opportunity to check that one of their bucket list. Re more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-04-14
4:47 PM

Redfish, Snook and Trout Action Heating Up in Estero Bay - Plenty of species are eating and the weather been great all week. When fishing the typical weather patterns this time of the year anglers will be able to fish offshore, nearshore, and In the backcountry all in one day. Winds will typically come from more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-04-08
12:27 PM

Warming water brings great bite from permit, tripletail, redfish - Another week of warming water was proof of an epic bite to come. As our water temperatures slowly climbed back toward 80 degrees fishing got better and better. The nearshore bite for cobia continues to be good. Most of the fish my clients caught were more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay


2015-03-31
7:00 AM

Great Pre-Front Fishing for Snook, Cobia and Permit - Fishing was great before Friday's cold front! Water temps got up to 82 degrees before this weekend's front dropped things back down to 69. Tue, Wed, and Thur were excellent! Nearshore fishing was fantastic; Cobia, Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Bonita, more...
Capt. Greg Stamper - Estero Bay

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