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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Angius


2015-11-15
9:13 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Snook - Mackerel - The day before a front comes through, the fishing is typically the best. My three clients and I had the chance to experience this amazing bite during their half day charter. Bait was easy, plentiful, and BIG. Pilchards can be found along the beach more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-11-05
10:29 AM

Pine Island: Redfish - Trout - Sheepshead - Snook - The weather has been great and the water in Pine Island is clear, which is a great recipe for success. There have been a lot of redfish roaming the flats and around oyster bars. Sheepshead can also be found with the redfish and will eat jigheads tipp more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Pine Island Sound


2015-10-26
8:25 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - The redfish bite in Estero has been amazing this past week. Schools of fish can still be found on the right tide. They have been eating shrimp, crabs, and small bait fish. My go-to setup is a long 25lb or 30lb Fluorocarbon leader with a 3/0 Owner hoo more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-10-07
4:15 PM

October Redfish Schools - The redfish in Pine Island Sound are all over the shallow flats. Today my fishing partner and I fished a massive school of redfish. We were able to land 36 of them and about 30 of them were overslot. Pinfish was the bait of choice. Be sure to respect more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Pine Island Sound


2015-09-30
7:19 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Trout - Mackerel - The fishing has been amazing in Estero Bay these past two weeks. There's good moving water, a lot of bait, and good quality fish. It's important to understand the tides and how they play a major role in finding fish. The incoming tide and the beginni more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-08-27
9:30 PM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Snook - Trout - Tarpon - With afternoon and evening showers becoming a normal part of our weather pattern in Southwest Florida, fishing has been better than ever this summer. Fresh rainwater has been cooling down the backwaters and turning the backbay bite on. Schools of red more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-08-13
10:36 AM

Estero Bay: Grand Slam - Yesterday morning I had the opportunity to get on the water with Shelby Ramsey with FlatsHQ. We decided to take his Hells Bay Whipray and look for some tarpon. This trip gave me the opportunity to get on the front of the boat and fish. With only a fe more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-08-09
7:01 PM

A Change of Scenery - My best friend has been wanting to come down from Tampa to go fishing for quite sometime. The last time we fished down here, which was years ago, it was in Estero Bay. So for this trip I asked him to meet me in Matlacha. Needless to say, we had anoth more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-08-06
10:17 AM

Estero Bay: Tarpon - Snook - Redfish - The fishing in Estero Bay continues to get better every day. With evening showers making their way into Southwest Florida's weather pattern, the mornings for fishing have been cool and crisp. The heavy rainfall also means that there is an abundant so more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2015-06-27
8:57 AM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Snook - Tarpon - Fishing has remained consistent in Estero Bay. Now that the water temperatures have risen, fish have been most active early in the mornings. My bait of choice this month for redfish and snook have been pinfish. Later in the morning, when the sun come more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

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