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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Modys


2012-03-14
5:09 PM

Redfish bite in Estero Bay is top notch - A combination of great tides and weather made for great fishing over the past week. The tides will slow a bit this weekend, but the continued good weather and moderate breezes will keep the bite going and also allow greater access to the nearshore a more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-03-07
3:56 PM

March came in like a lion - March came in like a lion and hopefully will go out like a lamb. What may prove to be the last big cold front of the season blew through on Sunday and what followed were some very windy days. The fishing was tougher but it looks like we are in for more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-02-15
3:36 PM

Fishing near Ft. Myers still good despite recent cold front - Cold fronts have been very rare this winter but when they do show up it puts a damper on the fishing. The good news is the recent drop in temperatures only lasted a few days and the recovery is well on its way. Water temps are already back in the m more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-01-19
6:21 AM

Estero Bay action with trout, sharks and redfish - Rising air temperatures will help warm the waters of Estero Bay and the Gulf over the next week. That, combined with a lay down in the winds, should make the fish hungry and the anglers happy! The bonnethead sharks have taken up residence on the more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-01-05
6:37 AM

Sea trout season open and we are catching - Our first big cold front showed up just after New Years Day and brought with it the first major cool down of the winter season. It was chilly but not cold enough to put the bite off for most of our backcountry fish. Trout season opened on the 1st more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2011-12-22
7:59 AM

Warm Winter Temperatures Equals Great Fishing - The pleasant and warm weather should stay with us through the Christmas weekend with a slight drop in air temperatures as we move toward New Years day. The higher water temps will keep the bite going so get out there and enjoy! The warmer water more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2011-12-07
11:30 AM

Solid Winter Fishing For Reds, Trout and Sheepshead - This weeks fishing was top notch despite some windy weather early in the week and continued reports of red tide. I'm not sure where this red tide is suppose to be but I can tell you first hand, it's not along the beaches of Fort Myers or anywhere ne more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2011-11-24
12:40 PM

Summer Like Weather Is Good For Fishing! - Despite the ever present winds the fish have continued to cooperate. The bite has been very good in the backcountry and main waters of Estero Bay as well as in the Gulf. The above normal temperatures should hold for another week and that should kee more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2011-10-31
10:01 AM

Pompano, Redfish And Trout Chewing Near Fort Myers Beach - Another near miss from a tropical depression brought southwest Florida and Estero Bay quite a bit of rain, but it didn't seem to slow the bite at all. This coming week calls for sunny weather with highs in the 80's and NO SNOW. The trout have ma more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2011-10-14
2:08 PM

"Red" October is Happening in Estero Bay! - There is only one other month during the year when the fishing is as good as October, and that's May. But May is seven months away and October is happening right now! If you like catching more than you like fishing, it's time to get off the couch a more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

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