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Fishing Reports by Jennifer Wolter


2013-04-02
6:37 PM

Spring Means Change&the Snook Are Really Starting To Come Alive! - With fewer cold fronts and warmer water temps, Spring like fishing patterns are quickly becoming apparent. Bait has returned to the inshore flats and snook have been schooled up around creek and river mouths and in areas of patchy sand. We've been st more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2013-03-11
7:04 PM

10K Backcountry Snook Bite - The last couple of weeks have been very productive for us fishing the creeks and backwaters of the Ten Thousand Islands for snook. The latest series of cold fronts that have worked their way through the area have made for a challenging early morning more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2013-02-22
6:03 PM

Never Caught A Snook Quite Like This Before! - Went on an extreme kayak fishing trip in a creek deep in the Glades backcountry. We fished the first half of the outgoing tide site fishing to snook laid up on the sandbars on the edges of the creek and along the mangrove shorelines. The snook were a more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2013-02-11
6:27 PM

Hot Topwater Trout & Red Bite! - We've been having consistent topwater action lately on quality reds and trout working the edges of the potholes and grass flats. Skitterwalks and Top Dogs worked with a varied retrieve particularly slowing it down and pausing more triggers the reacti more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2013-02-01
3:39 PM

Hunting Time In The Creeks! - It's that time again when snook and reds are being pushed into the backwater creeks around Estero Bay and Pine Island. The latest series of cold fronts we've been experiencing the last few days have cooled the water temps drastically once again. The more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2013-01-24
10:48 PM

Great Week of Catching Backcountry Snook & Tarpon - It's been a great week of snook and juvenile tarpon fishing in the backcountry. We've been using a wide variety of flies in small baitfish patterns and artificials from jerk baits to top waters and plugs, casting along shorelines and structure inc more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2013-01-15
10:09 PM

Warmer Water Temps Mean Great Snook Fishing! - The water temps have warmed up an entire 10 degrees or so the last few couple of weeks with the summertime weather pattern we've been enjoying recently here in Southwest Florida. We have found water up into the mid 70's on the flats. Snook seem to be more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2013-01-07
6:13 PM

Negative Tide Fishing the Troughs and Potholes of Pine Island - Jigging the troughs and potholes out on the flats on the negative low tide this past week produced dozens of redfish in the 26-28 range with a few over 30 and quality trout. Concentrate casting along the grassy edges of these areas where redfish wa more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-12-30
6:20 PM

Wintertime Creek Redfishing - Water temps are dropping drastically with the onset of winter in SW FL. Consecutive strong cold fronts push baitfish into the the creeks as the water cools. Fish will follow them and you'll see schooling activity. This time of year fish congregate in more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-12-25
11:11 PM

Frisky Tailing Redfish All Over Pine Island Sound! - December is a good month to find tailing redfish on the shallow grass flats of Pine Island Sound. The cooler winter months bring along with it super low tides and northeasterly winds which create an even lower tide keeping the water out. Concentrate more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples

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