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Fishing Reports by Capt. Matt Hoover


2008-09-24
4:54 PM

Snook Action - Since my last report, I have been out of town quite frequently. I have had a chance to get out on the water a few times this past week. Fishing was excellent. We caught some small shiners along the beach with no problem. The fish didn't seem to mind more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2008-08-07
10:46 AM

Double Shift - I have been gone to Jamaica this past week to install new Yamaha motors on my Mom's boat this past week. Let me tell you, one has to think of EVERYTHING when you do a job like that in the third world. All went well and we did our ten hour break in on more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-07-13
9:28 AM

Summer Snookin' - Fishing this past week has been good to excellent. There is bait packed along the beaches right now. Most of it is small but there are plenty in the mix to be usable. Soft artificial baits and top water lures in the calm, early morning hours are gett more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-06-22
1:02 PM

Summer Weather Heats Up Tarpon and Snook Fishing - Summer and soaring heat is upon us. Fishing has been good to spectacular. The mornings this past week have been still and the water has been glassy. Small to medium sized tarpon have been in many unexpected places and are willing to take a fly, lure, more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-05-27
9:46 AM

Snook! - The winds died down in between cold fronts this past week. Temperatures got hot and so did the fishing. For awhile there, it seemed like old times. Bait was easier to get and snook came out of the woodwork. We caught snook, snapper, an occasional more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-05-07
12:30 PM

Snook,Redfish,Tarpon - Fishing the past couple of weeks has been very hot to luke warm. Winds kept us guessing from time to time but I found snook and redfish in the back bays of the Ten Thousand Islands. I spent a few days fly dishing and caught a few snook up to the s more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-04-13
5:42 AM

Snook, Redfish, Tarpon - Wind, wind, and more heavy wind. Have bait, will travel. That's right, the wind has been plaguing us this past week. I have been catching plenty of live bait and as a result, the fishing has been nothing short of spectacular. We had a record break more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-02-28
1:36 PM

Excellent - This past week was absolutely beautiful. Fishing was excellent. Early in the week I was catching live bait and doing very well on snook, redfish, a few trout and large jacks. We saw a few big tarpon move into the islands and although I didn't fish fo more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-02-11
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Spring Winter Fishing was off the hook this past week. All methods of fishing worked well, but I was throwing live bait all week and doing very well on snook and redfish. That has been due to the unbelievably warm weather that we have been having. more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island


2008-01-18
12:00 AM

Report for Naples, Marco Island and the Ten Thousand Islands - Can't Complain This past week before the latest front hit went surprisingly well. The water temperature dipped to the mid to upper sixties, but we still caught a decent mix of fish. I was able to procure some live sardines all week before the bi more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Marco Island

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