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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Modys


2014-02-20
3:09 PM

Beautiful weather in southwest Florida means lots of fish - Cool mornings and warm afternoons have kept the water temperatures up and the fish are responding. The boat traffic is up a bit, as it should be this time of year, so getting an early start is a must. Another good time is late in the day. A lot of more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-02-05
7:16 AM

Warm weather, warm water means great fishing - It was a very fishy week in Estero Bay and it was nice to get back in shorts, t-shirts and flip flops again and look for fish without having to worry about the next cold front. The daytime air temperatures are back in the 80's and the water temps ha more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-01-22
4:40 PM

Bite still good despite cooler weather - The up and down weather continues as we receive cold fronts from up north. It seems they are rolling in about every six days or so. The good news is the water temperatures are holding in the lower 60's and the fish seem to have gotten use to it. B more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2014-01-09
3:09 PM

Much cooler water, post cold front, but fish are biting - The recent cold weather knocked the water temperatures down quite a bit. That's going to force anglers to look for species like pompano, seatrout and sheepshead if dinner is on the docket. However, it will also spike the bite for ladyfish and jacks more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-12-23
4:44 PM

Record high tempertures have turned on the bite! - With the run of warm weather we've been blessed with, it's hard to believe the first day of winter has come and gone and Christmas is right around the corner. The holidays are a very busy time of year with family, shopping and getting ready for the more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-12-05
7:38 AM

Sunny days, light winds brings great fishing - Milder weather mixed with new moon tides has made for a good bite in the bays and nearshore waters. Sheepshead, seatrout and pompano are all making the move as the water cools off. Redfish are still eating on the higher tides. We've scaled the o more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-11-13
10:04 AM

Nice mixed bag of fish in both backcountry and Gulf waters - It looks like we are headed toward a fairly warm, wet early part of the coming week. The approaching full moon will give us great tides and water movement and that should bring good fishing on Estero Bay and the nearshore Gulf waters. We must ha more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-10-23
3:09 PM

October fishing, as good as it gets! - October is living up to it's reputation as a stellar month to fish in southwest Florida. A cool down in the weather is in the forecast for the coming week and that should make it even more interesting. It's been very snookie in the backcount more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-10-03
6:01 AM

Redfish in the backcountry, sharks in the Gulf - A mostly rain free week combined with decent tides made for great fishing on both Estero Bay and the Gulf waters. It looks like a return to some rain is in the forecast but it doesn't look like it will be the washout we had a couple of weeks ago. more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-09-16
3:10 PM

Fall is in the air and the redfish are biting - Water quality and clarity has been improving in Estero Bay and the nearshore Gulf Waters. The rains have slowed a bit and that certainly has helped. There are also schools of bait along the beaches, birds in the backcountry and lots of dolphins han more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

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