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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rick Featherstone


2011-09-01
8:38 PM

Estero Bay Back Country - Greetings, Snook fishing since the heavy rains has gone up several notches. Live bait fishermen will find using pinfish and scaled sardines near oyster bar corners where the tide is moving will produce best. Fly folks will have good sucess with wh more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2010-02-09
6:07 AM

Snapper Time! - Greetings, With the temperatures acting more like a yoyo and the crazy fronts going back and forth I am both surprised and happy to say that the water quality offshore and the bite in general is very good. Near shore the sheepshead bite althou more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2010-01-20
7:48 AM

Trout Action Red Hot! - Fishing in Estero Bay this last week I was thrilled to find two things. First, the trout bite is awesome. We had two days with over thirty five fish released and both days we left them biting! Clients just wanted to try for something else we had caug more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Estero Bay


2010-01-10
12:59 PM

Cold Weather Hot Fishing - Wow for sure its cold! Where the good news in that as far as fishing is is concerned. The story of my week was lots of big Jacks! Snapper, sheepshead, trout were around but being a screaming drag freak I just focused on the jack action. Jigs with rub more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2009-12-16
12:04 PM

Backcountry Snook On Fire! - Greetings, This week its all been backcountry fishing for me. What fun its been! Amazing for December because the Snook fishing is the big story. Inshore / Backcountry fishing is just about as good as it gets in Estero bay. Twice this week we rele more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2009-09-10
3:20 PM

Fall Run Begins - Greetings, Its late summer but the fishing tells me its actually early fall. Baits like Blue Runners have started showing up and a Kingfish, Tarpon, cobia, and Spanish mackerel are here. Not in the big numbers like next month but certainly in big more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2009-03-17
2:30 PM

Spring Fishing In Full Swing! - Greetings everyone, I am very pleased to say that spring fishing here in Southwest Florida is has started very nicely thank you. Inshore / Backcountry water temps have reached seventy two degrees. Snook, Jacks, and Trout have all been active in more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2008-10-12
6:22 AM

Cobia Kingfish Snook - Greetings, This is my favorite time of year. With the fall bait migration in full swing its hard to focus on one species of fish to target. Fishing in Estero Bay on our Ranger Phantom (Little Magic) this week we had a great time. Using scaled more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2008-10-01
4:38 AM

Offshore / Inshore - Greetings, Fall fishing is in full swing and our bait migration is looking very good. Like our summer water quality, our fall water quality remains very good. Our near shore fishing has been excellent lately. Spanish mackerel, Bluefish, Ladyfi more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2008-06-08
8:09 AM

Lots of Action - Summer fishing patterns are in full swing. Tarpon are on the beach, sharks are all over, permit, cobia, and cuda are on the wrekcs. Lots of trout action in the bay. Inshore / Backcountry We are finding baby tarpon by the bridges up to 50 pounds a more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers

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