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Fishing Reports by Capt. Lisa Williams


2014-11-03
3:00 PM

Redfish in Backwater While Grouper/Kingfish Offshore - Starting in to the home stretch of the 2014 season, the weather is beginning to change and the fish are slowly returning to the back waters of the 10,000 Islands. Redfish are beginning to migrate out from their summer haunts, and can be found on o more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2014-07-28
1:39 PM

Permit are Hot in Southwest Florida - With the onset of summer it can only mean one thing, Offshore Fishing!! With wind finally down to a manageable speed ,we have been venturing out to the deeper water in search of one of my favorites, ..Grouper. And they are plentiful. Most trips ha more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2014-05-23
10:59 AM

Dying Winds Lead to Better Marco Island Fishing - With higher than normal winds, the fishing in the 10,000 islands has been slower than usual for May. Finding clean water has been difficult in the backwaters from Marco to Everglades Park, but for the experienced angler there are opportunities t more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2014-04-01
6:55 PM

Black Drum The Fish to Target in Marco Island - Whoever said that March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb probably wasn't a fisherman, at least not in SW Florida. March came in like a hurricane and only stopped to catch her breath a few times. The high winds coupled with some frigid more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2014-01-16
7:58 AM

Trout and Black Drum in Southwest Florida - Fishing the 10,000 Islands is always interesting. Changing water conditions will keep you on your toes in the winter months. Temperatures are a key factor in our fishery. As the water cools in the fall/winter it brings a lot of different species i more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-11-23
7:18 AM

Trout, Sheephead, Flounder, Permit, Prevalent in November - The wind has been blowing out of the North for the first 2 weeks of November. Even with that, we have been able to find a good variety of fish. And despite the wind, the water has been crystal clear and deep Caribbean blue which is helpful, and hu more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-10-20
4:46 PM

Redfish Biting in Clear Water and Mild Temperatures - As we finally get past the rainy season, and temperatures are getting more comfortable, the water is starting to clear up and is a beautiful Caribbean blue. This can be a blessing or a curse for local fishing. For sight anglers, the clear wate more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-10-05
2:57 PM

Fishing Can't be Hotter in Southwest Florida - A lot of clients ask me what is your favorite time of year to fish? And my answer is always the same, late September into October. There are a number of reasons I like fishing the 10,000 Islands in the fall, but probably the biggest reason is... more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-08-28
7:55 AM

Grouper Fishing the Offshore Reefs in Marco Island, FL - Hot weather has brought on hot fishing. And offshore Grouper fishing is no exception. Grouper are abundant in waters as shallow as 35 ft. Gag Grouper are holding on rock piles and small coral ledges. Dropping a Pinfish is always a good option more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-08-08
4:43 PM

Grouper Hot In Hot Weather - I haven't talked much lately about offshore fishing. Between afternoon thunderstorms and high winds, offshore excursions were dicey at best. But the weather has improved, so we've been able to spend a little more time out there. Fishing the wre more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island

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