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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Conant


2017-03-12
8:54 PM

12 March 2017 Jacks, Reds, Snook, Tarpon, sheep's etc.. - 12 March 2017 Jacks, Reds, Snook, Tarpon, sheep's etc.. Since my last report I have been fishing Matlacha, Pine Island sound and near shore when the weather is good. And everything is biting when the weather is good. In Matlacha Reds have been more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-02-01
7:05 PM

Reds on fire, near shore Ok - 1 February 2017 Reds on fire, near shore Ok Over the last month with my new boat I have been fishing all over the place from Matlacha when I want to get on Red fish and Trout to Pine Island Sound when I want to catch Sheepshead, snapper and Snook a more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-01-09
11:26 AM

Snapper, sheepshead, trout and take stock in shrimp - 9 Jan 2017 Snapper, Seatrout and sheeps and take stock in shrimp The last several weeks I have been booked solid and haven't had time to put out any reports. With that being said I have been getting my clients on all the winter time fish such as more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-12-12
5:36 PM

12 Dec 2016 Red fish, Snapper and gator trout - 12 Dec 2016 Red fish, Snapper and gator trout The last several weeks has been a bit different since the red tide hit my fishing grounds in northern Matlacha and northward. But now it is dissipating in the areas I like to fish and the fish are tur more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-11-13
6:32 PM

13 Nov 2016 Reds, snook and snapper - 13 Nov 2016 Reds, snook and snapper The last couple weeks Ive been fishing in Matlacha and Pine island sound and been having great catches no matter where I went. The water is clearing up in Matlacha pass and the sound is gorgeous making sight ca more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-10-23
11:55 AM

23 Oct 2016 Fishing North winds and fronts - 23 Oct 2016 Fishing North winds and fronts I was out fishing with a friend yesterday as the first real cold front really blew through SW Florida. Fishing was tough and I knew it would be but, it was the only time me and a good Army friend (Jay) co more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-10-10
8:27 AM

10 Oct 16 Reds and Sharks - 10 Oct 16 Reds and Sharks Since Hurricane Matthew rolled up the east coast effecting our weather minimally, fishing in Matlacha and Pine Island sound has been good to great for red fishing. This is depending on if you find the schooling reds on the more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-09-13
1:23 PM

13 Sep 2016 Reds are on fire! - 13 Sep 2016 Reds are on fire! Since my last report and the tropical low later known as Hurricane Hermine passed, fishing has been great. Red fish are out in force averaging from 25 to 30 plus inches. Snook are biting on the incoming tide on the fl more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-08-24
2:34 PM

Get out early before it's too hot! - 24 Aug 2016 Get out early before it's too hot! August has been darn good for fishing. Reds have been out on the flats schooling on an incoming tide in Matlacha and Pine Island sound and I'e been catching them on white bait, Pins and cut ladysfish. more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-08-02
4:52 PM

Get out there early before the water temps hit 90 - 2 Aug 2016 Fishing is good if you're out early or late but not in between. Red fish, snook, snapper and trout are all biting on the later part of incoming and beginning to mid on the outgoing. I've been getting out early in the morning and gett more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

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