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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Conant


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


2015-05-26
2:37 PM

Weather is Hot and fishing even hotter! - 26 May 2015 Fishing is hot and the weather is even hotter! Now that the summer heat is upon us the waters are warm and the difference between the daytime high and low tides can be only a couple inches difference. Catching the water when it's moving more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-04-24
11:33 AM

White bait equals Snook Reds Trout and Snapper - 24 April 2015 Haven't written reports in the last couple weeks due to being extremely busy fishing. Throughout the north half of Matlacha on around through jug creek bait is everywhere making even a novice cast net thrower look like a pro! I have be more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-03-26
10:44 AM

25 March 2015 Snook and trout on fire! - 25 March 2015 After catching some white bait this morning I took Rick L. out this morning for a short trip in Matlacha pass. Instantly we were on Snook and trout. I had cast one direction for a Snook and then in another for trout. Rick had never cau more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-03-23
7:31 AM

Report 5 thru 23 March 2015 - 5-23 March 2015 It's been awhile since my last report as I have been busy as heck. Since my last report fishing has been good and continually getting better with the warmer water and longer days. Snook have been on fire using white bait and green more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2015-02-18
12:22 PM

1 -15 Feb Sheepies, M Snapper, Flounder and trout - 1-15 Feb 2015 Fishing the first two weeks of February has been a little tougher for the Reds but were still on the Sheep heads, mangrove snapper, flounder, trout and short Snook. The sheep are plenty big and the snappers are a mixed bag of small more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


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

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