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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rick Featherstone


2002-12-04
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Winter Pattern's In Effect Greetings; With the commencement of steady cold fronts our water temperature in the gulf has fallen at a steady pace for three weeks to about sixty seven degrees as of yesterday. With that falling temperature sloppy se more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-11-16
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Seasons Change Greetings; Well there one thing about the weather that is predictable. Its always changing. As our seasons change from summer, to fall, to winter, several things change as well. Water temperature is believed by many biologist to b more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-11-06
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Pelagics Run Wild Greetings; Offshore fishing in our area right now is hard. Not hard to catch fish, but hard to decide what to target. We are in the middle of our fall pelagic run and the fishing has never been better, KNOCK ON WOOD. Not any ot more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-10-30
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Fall Fishing Explodes Offshore Greetings; The fall bait run is in full swing along our coast. Consider this migration a virtual moving fast food restaurant. Kind of like fast food with fins. Inshore there are good numbers of spanish more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-09-30
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Fall Pelagic Run Starts Greetings Fishing Friends, Its been a crazy time fishing our area lately. With tropical weather systems being broadcast around the country showing terrible weather along the Gulf Coast many of our visitors have c more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-09-03
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Early Fall Action Greetings; As early fall approaches the fishing improves as more and more bait migrates into our waters. Both inshore and offshore stages are very active especially on the moving tides. The key has been to match the hatch so more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-08-08
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Pinch Me! Greetings; Solid action continues to make fishing excellent. Knock on wood and Pinch me! From the beach out, most anything we try is working. Inshore along the beach lots of snook are biting. Within five miles the shark action is excel more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-07-29
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Hot Weather Hot Fishing Greetings; Fishing from Naples to Sanibel offshore has been action filled for us. Most of our time has been spent within five miles of the beach looking for tarpon and sharks. The times we made the offshore run, loads of more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-07-02
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Some like it HOT! Greetings; Fishing in our area can be described in one word. HOT! Its not a Chamber of Commerce commercial either. Having been out every day fishing from right on the beach out to forty miles, I can tell you for certain, NOW is more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers


2002-06-10
12:00 AM

Ft. Myers - Offshore - Kings and Silver Kings Greetings; This week my time was spent split between offshore and inshore. All of my inshore fishing was done in search of the mighty silver king. Offshore was beautiful, with calm seas, clear water, and lots of action. more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers

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