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Fishing Reports by Jennifer Wolter


2012-12-18
8:38 PM

You Never Know What You Might Pull Out of a South FL Canal! - Caught everything from largemouth bass and snook to bluegill and cichlids fishing the brackish canal systems in the Glades backcountry this past weekend. The water temps have warmed up almost 8 degrees in the back compared to what they were running a more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-12-04
9:38 PM

December is a prime month for quality reds in Pine Island Sound - With water temperatures cooling as Winter quickly approaches, we have been having success targeting trout and redfish in shallow water. November and December are prime months for big reds on the flats, especially for anglers who prefer using artifi more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-11-26
5:04 PM

Everglades Backcountry Fly Report - The canal systems and creeks along the western fringes of the Everglades has been producing quality fish. We've caught numerous snook on fly in the 28-30 range casting along the deep rocky ledges of the canals. Many of these fish have been laid up a more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-11-06
10:47 PM

Fall Redfishing Continues to Heat Up with the Cooler Water Temps - The onset of consistent cold fronts we've been experiencing lately accompanied by strong Northerly winds means lower than normal tides this week. We've had productive mornings wading the lower stages of the tides working the edges of the flats and oy more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-06-02
10:16 AM

Naples Beach Snook/Inshore Trout report - Despite the less than favorable early morning tides we've been experiencing the last couple of weeks, there's been decent action along the beaches and on the flats catching the last of the outgoing and first of the incoming tides. As we're approachin more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-04-14
11:02 AM

Naples Beach Snook Report(The action is heating up!) - This is the time of the year when the snook start moving out along the beaches from the backwaters and the bays due to more favorable Gulf temps. Snook are seen cruising the trough lines along the beaches when the water temps warm up into the high 70 more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-03-11
1:02 PM

Inshore Bite Turning On- Estero Bay Report - With the warmer water temps and great incoming and outgoing tides we've been having this past week, bait is plentiful on the flats. Incoming or outgoing tide has produced some nice fish particularly sizeable trout and reds laid up in the grass beds i more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-02-25
12:22 PM

Tarpon,Flounder, Trout flats report -PI Sound - Juvenile tarpon are still concentrated in the backwaters and continues to be productive especially on the last of the outgoing tide. Fly, small jigs, and soft plastics have all been catching fish. Look around creek mouths and deeper holes for rolling more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-02-15
9:59 AM

Sight Fishing Fly Report - We are continuing to get into the tailing reds pretty thick. Had multiple shots sticking a few on spoon flies concentrating our efforts on the last hour of the outgoing, first couple of hours of the incoming tide. http://www.finseekerguided more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples


2012-02-08
4:38 PM

Fly Fishing for Tailers - Took Jack from Montana out today for tailing redfish on fly. He had some awesome shots and got the job done with 3 taken on a spoon fly. We had the most shots wading the first couple of hours of the incoming. http://www.finseekerguidedadventu more...
Jennifer Wolter - Naples

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