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Fishing Reports by Capt. Roan zumFelde


2017-09-04
9:14 AM

Rz's Backcountry Muddler Naples Marco fly of the month August - Better late then never to post a new section we are posting the fly of the month for our area in cyberanglet. The Backcountry Muddler is one of my all time go to flies for all species fresh and salt in our area. I like to tie it in four colors an more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-09-03
5:16 PM

South West Florida Freshwater Scene for September - September is here and hopefully fall is just around the corner, fishing in the freshwater this month is difficult at best. Lake O levels are still way up and the fish are still deep in cover. Shiners will still be your best bet, unless you can f more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-08-06
7:06 PM

South West Florida Freshwater Scene for August - August in South West Florida is not always a pleasant month to fish. Wet, buggy, and unbelievably hot does not make us want to jump out of bed and go running to the water. But for you intrepid die hard anglers there are still plenty of fish to catc more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-07-07
7:49 AM

July South West Florida Freshwater Scene - Summer JULY, stay inside and soak up the A/C. July and August are two tough months for freshwater fishing in this part of the world. Not impossible but tough with high water and heat and just an overall lack of enthusiasm with both the fish and the more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-06-06
1:04 PM

June Freshwater Scene for South West Florida - Summer has been thrust upon us. Water levels in the canals off 75 have been rising and the fishing slowing down a bit. Warm water and slow moving fish will necessitate you slowing down your presentations a bit. Smaller poppers and wiggle minnows s more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-05-07
11:34 AM

Freshwater Scene For May - May is here and this means the start of the summer heat and tougher conditions for you intrepid bass anglers out there. Not impossible but certainly a little more difficult. Long days of catching fish are going to have to be shortened to early morn more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-03-05
7:09 AM

March Freshwater Scene for Naples, Marco and the Everglades - March is here and everyone will be looking for bedding bass this month. Whether on lakes or canals the bass should be hungry for forage to sustain themselves through the spawning time on the new moon and full moon. I am a big believer in not messin more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-02-09
4:21 AM

The February Freshwater Scene for Naples to The Everglades - The Hype of the New Year is over and we are on to February. I hope all had a great start to the New Year and I hope our weather in February is nice and mild with no freezes this year. I will have to first apologize for the February article because more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2017-01-05
7:41 AM

Southwest florida Freshwater Scene for January - Well, I hope all have had a wonderful Holiday and a Merry Christmas or however you celebrate. It is the New Year and I hope it will be a prosperous year for all and for the fishing also. Heads up, this is not my favorite fishing month in Southwest F more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2016-12-12
4:10 PM

December Freshwater Scene for Naples, Marco and The Everglades - Merry Christmas to all and hope your fishing trips are wonderful and fish are plentiful. The winter winds are starting to blow and the coolness is in the air. This is not always a bad thing, it sure makes being in the outdoors more enjoyable and so more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples

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