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Fishing Reports by Capt. Pete Rapps


2015-05-28
6:39 AM

June fishing in Everglades City - Everglades City, Chokoloskee, and the Everglades National Park The Summer heat is here, and the bite is on! Day time air temperatures in June are hovering around 90 degrees each day, which has now brought the average water temperature up to 86 de more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2015-03-19
7:22 AM

March fishing in Everglades City & Chokoloskee - In like a lion and out like a lamb… March is living true to the saying. We had weeks of wind and are now seeing a settling trend beginning. The water temp is now 80 degrees, and along with that comes our late winter/early spring fishery. We now h more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2014-12-14
9:24 AM

December fishing in Chokoloskee and Everglades City - December 2014: Chokoloskee, Everglades City, and the Everglades National Park December brings some changes to our weather and our local fishery. The daytime air temperatures will drop to a mild average of the mid 70's and water temperatures will d more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2014-11-06
9:00 AM

November fishing in Chokoloskee & Everglades City - November is just about always my favorite month here fishing the Everglades National Park. My top reasons are that the daytime air temperatures will average in the low 80's, water temperatures will drop to the mid to high 70's, rainfall will drop to more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2014-09-08
12:16 PM

September fishing in the Everglades National Park - September will be the last HOT and rainy month of the summer here in the Everglades National Park. Day time air temperatures will average around 91. Water temps will hover around 86. Typical to our summer months, September heats up so much by mid day more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2014-09-04
11:15 AM

September fishing in the Everglades National Park - September will be the last HOT and rainy month of the summer here in the Everglades National Park. Day time air temperatures will average around 91. Water temps will hover around 86. Typical to our summer months, September heats up so much by mid da more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2014-07-06
9:09 AM

July Fishing in Chokoloskee and the Everglades National Park - Here in the Ten Thousand Islands, the weather in July is somewhat predictable, as are the fishing patterns. Expect the bite to drop off during the mid day heat and slack tides. The bite is early in the day, and again late in the afternoon/early eveni more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2014-02-26
7:25 AM

March fishing in the Everglades National Park - March is a great month to hit the water! Typically the month of March brings some of the best Speckled Trout fishing our area has to offer. If you can find areas where you have grass on one side of the boat, and sand on the other, you could certain more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2013-12-05
6:23 AM

December fishing in Everglades City & Everglades National Park - The near shore flats are alive with action, and if you can get out on a beautiful sunny day without much wind, you will be rewarded with sore arms! All sorts of action fish will enthusiastically take what you bring to offer. I like to start out fishi more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2013-09-26
8:21 AM

October fishing in the 10000 islands - It may not feel like it just yet, but our first fall month is upon us, and the daily rains will start to diminish throughout the month. It will still be hot out there, but it sure will be nice to see the change of seasons. October is here and what a more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee

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