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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Conant


2016-02-15
8:38 AM

Fishing the fronts - 15 February 2016 Fishing the fronts These first two weeks of February have been a challenge to find the fish. With what seems to be a cold front or storm every other day or two days changes up the bite of the fish. On the cold mornings I have been more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-01-29
7:17 PM

29 Jan 2016 It's Cold outside! - 29 Jan 2016 It's cold outside! The last two weeks fishing with cold fronts coming through and windy days following has definitely slow the red fish bite down and pretty much everything else. With that being said, the bait fish are gone that I say e more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2016-01-16
8:43 PM

16 Jan 2016 Water is cold and I'm loving it. - 16 Jan 2016 Matlacha, Pine Island Sound, Charlotte harbor fishing is good despite cold weather. Since my last report and lower air and water temperatures the bite is still going strong. Still able to get inshore slams and a lot of other species. To more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-12-27
8:42 PM

Matlacha, Pine Island sound fishing in this unusually warm water - 27 Dec 2015 Matlacha, Pine Island sound fishing in this unusually warm water is great! Since my last report fishing hasn't changed at all. Water is on average 76 degrees with this cold front coming down at the beginning of January it's still going more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-12-11
8:09 AM

Fishing is Hot! - Matlacha, Pine Island sound fishing is one hot! I have been fishing Matlacha Pass and Pine Island sound with great success for my clients. We've been catching a lot of different species of fish inshore here are some of the fish we've caught, Spani more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-11-10
10:46 AM

10 Nov 2015 Inshore fishing is hot! - This last week I've done a lot of fishing from the back country to near shore to pine island sound and Charlotte harbor and have caught plenty of a variety of fish. The waters are finally starting to drop a little bit. Yesterday the water temps aver more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-10-11
12:43 PM

Fishing is Hot! Mid Sep- 11 Oct 2015 - Mid Sep-11 Oct 2015 Fishing is hot! Since my last report a while ago, I've done quite a few Guided trips and a couple Red fish tournaments. I haven't written much lately due to I am currently back in school training my brain, but that's winding dow more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-08-23
10:34 PM

1-20Aug Reds Reds and More Reds - 1-20 Aug 2015 Reds Reds and more Reds Haven't made a report in a while due to a slight change in my life, but the Redfish bite is on fire. With the high tides in the morning making an outgoing tide all day long fishing the flats early is the key to more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-07-11
1:11 PM

1-11 July It's Hot! Make a Plan and stick to it. - 1-11 July 2015 It's Hot and the fish think so too! Make a plan and stick to it! My last couple of trips seem to have almost been identical other than where we were at on the tides. I've been out catching my bait for the day a half hour in front of more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-06-19
7:16 PM

Reds, Snook, trout and snapper - 1-18 June 2015 Red fish, Snook, Trout and Snapper are all biting great! If your not catching these with regularity you may want to check what your doing wrong. The water temp is 91.9 during the day a little warm for the fish out on the flats. Wi more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

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