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Fishing Reports by Capt. Pete Rapps


2012-01-03
9:03 AM

January fishing in Chokoloskee - January is typically our coolest month of the year. The days when the fronts are absent, the sun is shining, and the thermometer gets up into the mid 70's, can make for some awesome fishing! January is another month that you should keep an eye on y more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2011-12-01
9:03 AM

December fishing in Everglades City and the 10,000 Islands - December is here and with it comes some big changes to the fishery in the Everglades National Park. Some good and some a bit challenging. We typically have our first major cold front hit us after the middle of the month. We already had a few minor more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2011-11-01
6:45 AM

November Fishing in Everglades City / Everglades National Park - November is certainly one of my favorite months here in the 10,000 Islands! Rainy season is basically over, so the weather patterns are typically mild and the daytime temperatures are comfortably hovering in the high 70's to low 80's. Fish are follo more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2011-10-09
11:16 PM

October Fishing in Chokoloskee - With all of that tropical storm activity that has been going on out there, it's nice to see the change of seasons. It seemed as though summer would last forever. October is here and what a great month it is to fish the 10,000 Islands! Our day time ai more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2011-10-06
8:20 AM

October Fishing in Everglades City / Everglades National Park - It seemed as though summer would last forever. With all of that tropical storm activity that has been going on out there, it's nice to see the change of seasons. October is here and what a great month it is to fish the Everglades National Park! Our more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City


2011-09-11
11:08 AM

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


2011-09-04
10:49 PM

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


2011-08-10
6:53 PM

August fishing in the Everglades National Park - August is for sure one of the warmest months of the year to fish here in Chokoloskee, Everglades City, and the Everglades National Park, however, if you time your day appropriately, is can also be one of your most productive fishing months. Day tim more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2011-07-11
8:50 PM

July report for Chokoloskee - Here in the Everglades National Park, the weather in July is fairly predictable, as are the fishing patterns. Day time air temperatures are now hovering around 92 degrees each day, bringing the water temperatures up to 87 degrees. Storms are beginni more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Chokoloskee


2011-07-09
11:14 AM

July Fishing in the Eveglades National Park - Here in the Everglades National Park, the weather in July is fairly predictable, as are the fishing patterns. Day time air temperatures are now hovering around 92 degrees each day, bringing the water temperatures up to 87 degrees. Storms are beginn more...
Capt. Pete Rapps - Everglades City

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