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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Kowalyk


2015-01-20
9:07 AM

Great Redfish and Trout Action, Snook Too! - Guys: The bites turned on and crews reported great trout and redfish action up in Pine Island South and points north. The weather is cool and comfortable and afternoons are warm= tee shirt weather. Open dates 1-4 anglers $300-450 1/2 and full days, a more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2015-01-01
9:20 PM

Excellant Bite Throughout the Bays - Guys: You can expect to hook up with scads of fat sea trout, slot reds and release snook. Big sheepshead and black drum are on a chew with plenty of snappers for company. If your up for a tug of war, sharks are plentiful in the bays. Fly guys caught more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-12-18
11:26 AM

When its Cold, Dredge the Deeper Spots - Backbay: The bite was a little tougher on the flats with sluggish winter neap tides very low in the morning but it was really chilly so it was no big loss. You however, dredge the creeks, river and docks on the deeper channels for snapper, sheepies, more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-11-27
7:53 AM

Winterover Patterns In Fill Swing - Backbay: My crews had a world tour of Estero Bay and San Carlos Bay on the hunt fro red November. We used fat winter shrimp and cut ladies and hooked a bunch of rat reds and a very few slot fish. Other crews reported better luck but i didn't see m more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-11-13
8:47 AM

BackbayBite Heats Up as the Weather Cools Down - Tripltail Bite is On! Backbay: The boys are back in town, scads of bait, a new population of upper slot trout, plenty of mixed size reds and snook in the canals and creeks. There were reports of smallish poons in the wayback creeks in the brown w more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-10-30
8:13 AM

Cool Weather Means Hot Bites - Guys: Now the time to get on the water, with the cooler weather the fish are on a winter over bait binge. We had great trout and redfish action throughout the region. First of the pompano blitzes seems to be on it's way. Crews found snook in their wi more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-10-16
11:39 AM

Cool Down Means Hot Bite - Backbay: The fall cool off has perked up the bay bites across the board, only the very early morning tides put a chink in the bay bite. Tides are going our way with nice midmorning highs that'll open up the bite window several hours, I like! There pl more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Sanibel


2014-10-02
9:50 PM

Cool Down = Bites Turned Up! - Guys: the bays drop 6-8 degrees this week and the redfish, snook and trout got real hunry. We'll be on the water and into the action. Come down and get into the fray. Cool water = Hot Bite, I'm excited, Lots of great bait around as well to feed our f more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-09-18
7:52 PM

Cooler Weather Heats Up Fishing - Well, the weather cooling down and that'll perk up our redfish, snook and tarpon action. Its pretty good with the return of masses of quality whitebait and pinfish. Better midmorning incoming tides will enhance the bite. My crews found redfish sprea more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-09-04
8:51 AM

Good weather, good tides, plenty of bait= lots of bites - Capt. Ron Kowalyk: 239-267-9312 captronkow@aol.com Capt's Corner: We had scads of shiners some didn't make for low in the live well but they came is handy as chum and cut bait. A bucket or six pack cooler more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

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