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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jeff Legutki


2009-04-26
3:04 PM

Go away wind - Well typical April winds seem to be holding their own, non stop everyday for weeks. The fish are here yet the weather makes it tough to find the right conditions. Tarpon and snook are around and are feeding, yet the water has been stirred up, givin more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-04-10
10:36 AM

Spring is here! - Spring is in the air and everyone is getting excited. The winds come and go, and on the days its calm the fishing can be world class. Calm days and clean water provides endless options, from inshore to offshore! Inshore at the moment during the wi more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-03-26
8:42 AM

Typical March is blowing through! - Well, the first two week of March were as perfect as a March could be. Now we are getting the typical winds that usually come along with March. The fishing was on fire before this big high pressure moved over the state. During the calmer days the more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-03-15
9:36 AM

Warming Waters - The water temp is on the rise and so is the action! Spring is in full effect and this year is off to a much better start than the last two years. Calm conditions and consistent weather has blessed us, turning the fish on! The big three ( red fish more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-03-01
7:01 PM

Giants in the Backcountry - Typical weather for this time of year, and the giants are finally into their winter/spring haunts. Semi consistent weather has made the fish very predictable. Big snook have been haunting the shorelines in the backcountry bays, Hugging the darker more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Everglades City


2009-02-15
2:07 PM

February Fishing - Fishing in February can be great in between fronts, yet it seems to be absolutely horrible on the cold blustery days that the unlucky client seems to get due to his small window of oppertunity! Nothing can really be done about the weather and yo more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2009-01-04
8:45 PM

Winter Wonderland - Winter in southwest Floridais absolute Paradise. So far it has been a mild winter, pleasent air temperatures calm winds and clear water has been the typical scenario each day. Water temps are in the upper 60's to low 70's. Snook are still very act more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-12-09
12:34 PM

Redfish and Snookj in the shallows - Sightfishing in the 10,000 Islands and the Everglades has been nothing short of stellar! Redfish and snook are warming themselves in the shallows over the soft muddy bottoms. This time of year is probably the best time to sightfish the gamefish o more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-11-26
8:22 PM

Sightfishing in cold clear water - Well the fronts are making their way down and the effects of winter are starting to take place. Lower tides from the Northerly winds, blowing all the water out and all the visibility is fantastic. Cool water, plankton free, clear as gin on the outsid more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-10-26
10:30 AM

Winter is in the Air - Well as I walked outside this morning I could feel the coolness of winter on the way. We are supposed to get our first cold front tonight, they say the air temp will drop to the lower 60's by tommorrow morning. This will be the start of the transi more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands

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