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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Modys


2013-03-04
9:42 AM

Cold weather and some red tide, but fish are still biting - Another cold front and a drop in temperatures greeted anglers this past week and made fishing very difficult. Fish in our area love the warmth just as much as Floridians and they tend to hide when the water temperatures drop near 60 degrees. The go more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-02-16
10:58 AM

Cold snapp will slow the bite, but a quick warmup is forecast - A shift in the weather to much cooler temperatures will be temporary with a gradual warming starting in the middle of the week. This will affect the fishing. Winds will be the biggest problem along with water that is stirred up. Start in your favo more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-01-27
11:48 AM

Full moon tides are in the forecast - Tides will start to improve this coming week as we move toward the full moon. That will put the fish on the feed and make for very productive fishing trips on Estero Bay and in the Gulf. Mix in some sunshine and warmer temperatures and you have the more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2013-01-02
8:06 AM

Fishing steady despite the up and down weather. - Now it's cold, now it's warm, now it's cold, now it's warm. That sums up the challenges of fishing during this time of year. The good news is, the cold part of the equation hasn't been all that cold and the water temperatures have stayed near the m more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-12-14
12:45 PM

Warm wet weather, but the fish still cooperated - An unusual batch of rain interrupted some fishing trips early in the week, but warm temperatures and good tides kept the fish biting if you could work around the weather. We had a good redfish bite around the mangroves in the backcountry of Estero more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-12-05
9:43 AM

Warmer than normal pattern continues, fishing is great! - Slightly above average temperatures has kept the water a bit warmer than usual for this time of year, which has extended the fall fishing season. Look for this pattern to continue for the next week and take advantage of it if you can. We've been more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-11-16
4:54 AM

Winter pattern with redfish, sea trout and sheepshead in the mix - A little rain is in the forecast for the early part of the weekend with clearing and more sun as we move toward Monday. The fish love a dropping barometer and that will be the case for a good part of the week. It's time to get out there and wet a l more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-11-02
8:04 AM

Getting Back to Normal, Winds are down, fishing is improving - Wind, wind and more wind was the story of last week, but things are getting better and it looks like we are going to move into a warmer pattern as well. The fishing in the Gulf took a beating, but the backcountry waters produced good fishing despite more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-10-22
1:08 PM

Nearshore Gulf fishing offering mixed bag - If you have the time for a little fishing this week, you really need to visit the nearshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico. From the Sanibel Lighthouse flats to the beaches off of Naples, the fishing has been amazing. There are schools of spanish mac more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-10-11
4:02 PM

Pompano and tripletail are now in the Fall mix - The fishing has been great in both the backcountry and in the Gulf of Mexico. The cooler weather along with better tides has set the ball rolling toward a fun week ahead. Good redfish reports on the inside and pompano catching on the outside should more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

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