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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Angius


2017-04-03
9:31 AM

Estero Bay: Tarpon are Back - The backwaters of Estero Bay have finally filled up with juvenile tarpon. I've been seeing schools around the past week or so, but the past two days my clients and I jumped a few fish. Since the water temperature is up, they are aggressive and feedin more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2017-03-14
10:13 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish-Snook - The fishing in and around Estero Bay has been excellent. Redfish are feeding heavy on pilchards, shrimp, mullet, crabs, and cut lady fish. Snook have been around the same areas feeding primarily on mullet and pilchards. These fish can be caught throu more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2017-01-10
12:38 PM

Estero Bay Fishing Forecast - The weather is starting to warm back up, as well as the water temperature. Fishing has been strong with tripletail, redfish, sheepshead, and snook being caught. This weekend, 1/13/17 - 1/16/17, the early morning tides look fantastic for fishing. more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2016-12-26
4:45 AM

Estero Bay Future "Fishcast" - I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas this season! This weekend, Saturday and Sunday, the low tide will be very low and should produce some amazing fishing. I'm predicting a lot of sheepshead, redfish, and trout. Contact me today to book the best more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2016-12-22
1:26 AM

Estero Bay: Tripletail - Pompano - Redfish - Trout - Fishing this week has given anglers countless opportunities to catch a variety of species. The passes have been loaded with pompano and bluefish. Nearshore has proven that the tripletail are a popular target. It seems as if the larger fish are furthe more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2016-12-06
5:17 PM

Estero Bay: Last Chance for Tarpon - Water temperatures have remained consistent and the water quality has been great in the backwaters. Juvenile tarpon are making their way to their winter haunts but have been active early in the morning. Large trout have been roaming the grass flats. more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2016-10-31
8:52 PM

Estero Bay & Pine Island Fall Fishing - Estero bay has been providing anglers with countless opportunities to catch fish. Redfish are roaming the flats, backwater mud flats, mangrove shorelines, and oyster bars. Snook are around oyster bars as well. Trout are littered on the flats. All spe more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2016-09-06
4:54 PM

Estero Bay Evenings - Beat the heat and catch a lot of fish during the evening hours in Estero Bay. Tarpon, snook, Goliath grouper, and redfish have been caught in the bay on the right tides before dark. Pilchards, pinfish, and mullet are all great baits to use. A 4/0 more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2016-08-22
1:56 PM

Estero Bay: Tarpon-Snook-Redfish - The tarpon bite in Estero Bay continues to stay strong. Locating the fish isn't the problem though. Half of the battle is getting a fish to bite and not shake the hook. These fish are feeding on mullet, crabs, shrimp, pilchards, soft plastics, and ha more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2016-07-30
11:45 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Snook - Sharks - It has been a very long time since my last report. A client of mine brought that to my attention and I am now trying to get back in the groove of keeping up with these fishing reports. Redfish have been found along mangrove shorelines on a good m more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

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