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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Modys


2012-09-26
2:59 PM

Fall is in the air and the fish are responding! - The fishing took a big jump in the right direction this past week. The weather cooled just enough to let the water temperatures drop a bit and that really helped step things up a notch in Pine Island Sound, Estero Bay and the Gulf. Fall is definite more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-08-30
4:05 PM

Quick fishing recovery after tropical storm Isaac - Sorry about the delay between reports but I wanted to make a couple of trips after tropical storm Isaac to see what the state of fishing was in our area. Good news! Things have recovered nicely considering we had five very windy days and quite a bi more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-08-11
2:32 PM

Back To School Means Less Boat and Fishing Traffic - It's hard to believe it's back to school time in southwest Florida. If you like fishing and you have some spare time, our local waters will be suddenly free of a lot of boat traffic during the week. The fishing pressure goes way down and you sudden more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-07-30
7:46 AM

Early morning get the bite near Fort Myers Beach - Fishing in both the backcountry and Gulf waters near Fort Myers Beach has been very productive. Getting out early in the morning is best to beat the late morning heat and the afternoon thunderstorms. There's been plenty of live shiners along the more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-07-16
7:44 AM

Summer Weather, Summer Fishing! - Mid summer is already here and that means showers will occur almost each and every afternoon from now through September. The good news is, the mornings are usually rain free with light breezes and cooler temperatures. Work the mangroves of the back more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-06-21
9:00 AM

Rainy weather and low pressure gets the fish - The early part of last week brought calm seas and a batch of beautiful weather, but a more tropical outlook is in the forecast. It's back to southerly breezes with the chance of showers for the upcoming weekend. But don't fret. The chance of rain more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-06-06
10:10 AM

Winds messing up Gulf fishing but helping the back bays - The persistent west winds have made Gulf fishing an on again, off again event that has also dampened the tarpon bite. But it's made for fantastic redfish, snook and trout fishing in the backcountry of Estero Bay. The redfish bite in Estero Bay h more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-05-16
4:00 PM

Summer Pattern Redfishing Working In Estero Bay - A summer like weather pattern, with overcast morning skies followed by afternoon storms, has really turned the fish on. The water temperature in the back bay is close to 85 and there is bait everywhere. The only trick is to get your trips in early more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-04-27
3:18 PM

Improving bite in the Fort Myers Beach area after storms - The week started off with storms and heavy winds, but by Tuesday things were starting to settle down. The fishing was tough, thanks to cloudy water in both the Gulf and the backcountry. As of today, Friday 4/27, the Gulf waters have settled and the more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers


2012-04-03
12:10 PM

Summer fishing arrived early in Fort Myers Beach - A much earlier than normal summer pattern has taken effect in both the Gulf and back bay waters. Snook are headed for the beaches, redfish are feeding nicely along the mangroves and tons of spanish mackerel are biting on the reefs. This is one of t more...
Capt. Rob Modys - Fort Myers

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