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Fishing Reports by Capt. Lisa Williams


2013-06-25
1:48 PM

June Brings Flounder, Trout, Sheephead, and Sharks out to Play - June in Southwest Florida means the start of the summer fishing season. Afternoon storms are frequent and sometimes severe, so morning is the preferred time to fish. It is generally a little cooler and you can beat the heat as well as the thunders more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-05-30
1:11 PM

Trout, Mackerel, Goliath Grouper and Sharks Despite High Wind - Well the seasonal residents have started their migration back to the North, and the fish have started to move to their summer homes as well. May is often associated with Tarpon as the migrating schools begin to show up near Marco Island, but for s more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-04-12
3:37 PM

Trout, Sheephead, Redfish Caught Despite Windy Weather - With the past month being super windy, sometimes super cold, and at times rainy, some days it's taken brave souls to go out searching for the big one. But I can say one thing about Sea Gone's awesome customers…they're not ascared. And with they're more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-03-11
1:18 PM

Trout and Sheephead Good Options in Cold Weather - Cold fronts have been sweeping through South West Florida for the last few weeks. High winds and frigid temperatures have made fishing a challenge here in the 10,000 Islands. With the cold come some changes in our fisheries. Some good, some not so more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-02-18
7:48 AM

Trout, Redfish, Pompano Good Fishing Despite Cold and Rain - Cooler weather has put the bite back in fishing here in the 10,000 Islands. Larger Trout have begun to move into the bays and grass flats. The method of targeting them is as varied as the places they have shown up, but a tipped jig either worked s more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-01-24
1:36 PM

Tripletail & Macs on the Outside;Trout, Pompano,Permit Inshore - When peoples' moods swing drastically from one extreme to another, we call them Bipolar. I think that is a perfect analogy to our fishing here in the 10,000 Islands lately, Bipolar. The Sea Gone customers over the last 2 weeks have experienced more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2013-01-03
7:34 AM

Redfish Near Offshore, Trout Backwater - 2012 wasn't going to go down without a fight. With Howling winds and frigid temperatures the fishing was tough to say the least. Couple this with a full moon cycle, and the bays and backwaters here in the 10,000 Islands were almost dry. But our cus more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2012-12-17
12:24 PM

Tripletail are in! - Our weather here in the 10,000 Islands has been all over the charts. From cold grey skies to blistering heat, all in a matter of 2 weeks. But it has made the fishing interesting if nothing else. Redfish are still being found, but mostly in unlikel more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2012-11-29
7:58 AM

Cooler Weather Hot for Sea Trout - Cold weather means hot fishing for spotted sea trout. Cold nights have dropped water temps into the low 60s. Trout are good cold water targets because they develop patterns that you can predict and prepare for. Trout instinctively look for places more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2012-11-14
6:50 AM

Spotted Sea Trout Earn Fish of the Week - A windy start to November kept the fishing confined to the back bays and protected islands, but that is not all bad. Trout have been the fish of choice for most anglers here in the 10,000 Islands. Plentiful and tasty, these voracious hunters can more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island

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