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Fishing Reports by Capt. Lisa Williams


2012-10-03
3:35 PM

Snook and Redfish Inshore, Grouper and Mackerel Offshore - Fishing Report Late September in the 10,000 Islands is one of the reasons we love our job. The air becomes a little crisp in the morning with thunderstorms in the afternoon. The seas offshore have calmed a bit allowing for an occasional offsho more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2012-09-25
11:05 AM

Redfish Good, Grouper Hot! - September fishing in the 10,000 islands can be rewarding, and frustrating at the same time. Afternoon rainstorms have kept the water temps down, but at the same time it has been difficult at times to find clean water resulting in an abundance of more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2012-07-13
7:40 AM

Gag Grouper and Mangrove Snapper Coming Back After T.S. Debby - Fishing in July is usually one of my favorites, but T.S. Debbie put a damper on our fishing plans for almost 10 days. Before the storm fishing was beginning to pick up in the 10,000 Islands with good numbers of Snook, Snapper and Redfish caught in more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2012-06-06
3:47 PM

Marco Island Fishing for Redfish, Mackerel and More - May was a mixed bag of weather and conditions that made fishing the 10,000 Islands fun and productive. Fishing live shrimp on the bottom in the backwater produced a nice mix of Reds and Trout with a few large Snook for good measure. Gulp Shrimp w more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island


2012-04-18
12:56 PM

Snook and Shark plentiful in Marco Island, FL - Well the wind is still a factor in the fishing here in The 10,000 Islands. Although we've had our windy days, it has been letting up long enough for the water to clear and the fish to move back to their normal feeding patterns. Plenty of action more...
Capt. Lisa Williams - Marco Island

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