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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Modys


2013-08-28
2:30 PM

Snook season opens in southwest Florida - Heavy afternoon rains are still in the forecast but should slow down a bit as the week progresses. Labor Day weekend is upon us and that means a very busy time on the water to close out the summer season. Be cautious and courteous out there and alw more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-08-13
4:20 PM

Nearshore bite off of Estero Island is where the action is - The summer heat has been pounding down and that's moved the water temperatures up into the high 80's. That will make it tough to find fish in the shallow waters of the backcountry. Think deep cuts and nearshore reefs if you want to be successful wi more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-07-30
5:49 PM

Fishing pretty good despite reports of massive freshwater runoff - Despite the news about the dumping of water from the Lake Okeechobee basin, the fishing has been pretty good in the near Gulf shore waters off of Fort Myers Beach and in Estero Bay. The best catches are coming from way back in the backcountry, so th more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-07-03
4:03 PM

Lots of rain and storms but the fish don't seem to care - Rain, rain go away. That was the sentiment from just about all who wanted to wet a line over the past week. It was almost impossible to get out there, but those of us that did during the short breaks in the bad weather, scored pretty well on redfis more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-06-06
9:02 AM

June fishing very good despite rainy, tropical weather - Rainy days and the threat of tropical weather kept most anglers off the water this past week, but a few of us hardy souls ventured out and discovered the fish really don't care if it rains. Seems they are already wet. The forecast is for much impro more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-05-22
4:49 PM

Summer's here and the fishing is fine! - The summer pattern seems to be firmly in place with light breezes in the morning and thunderstorms in the late afternoon. It's better to start early than late this time of year and remember, if you can hear thunder, you can be struck by lightning. more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-05-03
10:11 AM

May, A great month to fish in southwest Florida - We are quickly moving into our summer pattern with both warmer water temperatures and longer days. Tarpon are now solidly in the mix along our beaches and in the back waters of Estero Bay and Pine Island Sound. Snook are are on the way to the beach more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-04-21
7:31 AM

Water is heating up and so is the fishing! - There has been a substantial drop in boat traffic over the past week. Our high season is over and a lot of folks are headed back up north. That, combined with warmer weather, has taken a good deal of the pressure off of the fish. Sea trout are more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-04-02
3:24 PM

Brutal March turns in to beautiful April! - It seems that most southwest Florida anglers are very happy that the month of March is in the rearview mirror! Cold, blustery weather has given way to beautiful sunny days in April and the fish are feeding well in both the backwaters and Gulf of Mex more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-03-13
4:32 PM

Cool weather continues but the fish are biting - The March weather still continues to come in like a lion. Cool temperatures with windy days makes fishing a challenge for anglers, but the fish seem to have settled into a positive pattern and are taking baits when offered. Hopefully March will go more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

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