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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Conant


2015-02-01
10:18 PM

25 Jan 15 Big Reds are getting harder to find - I haven't posted in a couple weeks due to being extremely busy. Well since my last report I've still had my clients on some over slot redfish and under slot snook with a few unexpected monster snook breaking my clients off after heading into the mang more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-01-09
7:44 AM

01 Jan 2015 Snapper and Reds - January 1st 2015 I picked up my clients Vince and Chris in Matlacha Park on one of the warmest mornings before this cold front came through. This day started off on a Negative tide so I decided to fish around the mouth of the Caloosahatchee and Pine more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-01-02
3:15 PM

28 Dec Reds, Trout and Snapper - Reds, Trout and Snapper 18-28 Dec 2014 during this time I have gone out on several charters and with some friends in Wounded Warrior Anglers. With the grass being gone in Matlacha pass the bite has slowed a little bit but fish are still biting. On m more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2014-12-17
7:36 PM

17 Dec 2014 Slow day But some Monster Reds - 17 Dec 2014 Slow fishing day but still on the Monster Reds today I was supposed to have a charter today but they cancelled on me last night. So since I already had everything ready I decided to phone a friend and go out fishing for the fun of it more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2014-12-16
11:30 AM

Dec 13, 2014 Tough day with NE winds but still on the Reds - Dec 13 2014 Tough day with NE winds but still on the Reds Saturday Dec 13, I was part of Wounded Warrior Anglers Matlacha Regiment 5 Boat team taking out members of American Legion post 397 from Hodges University. When the event was planned there w more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2014-12-10
1:06 PM

6 & 9 Dec Trouts and Reds on fire - Reds and Trout on Fire Starting on 6 Dec went fishing with Wounded Warrior Anglers Matlacha Regiment internal fishing tournament and it was a great day for all the boats. As for my boat carrying two Wounded Warrior Members I started the day buying b more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2014-11-30
11:27 AM

Reds looking for warmer waters - 29 Nov 2014 Reds looking for warm water today. Headed out today on my friends boat and Founder of Wounded Warrior Anglers Organization, David Souders and bringing along Disabled Veteran and WWA member Daniel. This morning we decided to buy bait sinc more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2014-11-25
6:04 PM

24,25 Nov reports, lots of species - 24, 25 Nov 2014 Lots of fish species around. 24 and 25 Nov fishing with the wind isn't an easy task but it is doable. With the wind blowing around 15 mph on Monday it was a good day out on the flats if you know what to look for. Its not as easy as a more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2014-11-21
6:49 PM

21 Nov 2014 Reds are plentiful in Matlacha - 21 Nov 2014 Reds are plentiful in Matlacha. The weatherman definitely had the forecast wrong today. I was expecting for a nice warm up to 78 deg and that didn't happen by a long shot nor was the rain expected. But regardless I was out fishing with more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2014-11-12
6:53 PM

Reds Reds and More Reds - 12 Nov 14 Reds, Reds and more Reds. Went fishing today with Veterans Jeremy and Tim of Wounded Warrior Anglers out of Matlacha Park. Started out heading North out of Matlacha getting bait up on the flats and catching the bait took entirely too lon more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

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