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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Kowalyk


2014-03-16
1:15 PM

Redfish, snook, trout, snapper, sheepies all on a mad chew - Guys; We got on some hot action this week with all the backbay critters hungry. Slot Redfish were the ruile, release snook and troot limits were the norm. Snapper and plump sheepies keot us bisy at the docks ans features of the creeks. Fly guys fishe more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-03-13
9:44 AM

Redfish Blitz - Guys: Reds are on a mad chew as weather straightens out. Pleasant days, cool mornings, warm afternoons. Smooth sailing all around. plenty of trout, snapper, pompano. Come on down captronkow@aol.com, 239-267-9312 more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-02-27
6:32 AM

Redfish Rodeo Continues - Sports fan there are plenty of redfish all along our region. Trout bites are very strong. Fly guys got a real kick out of the mobs of big jack bashing their streamers. Snook are in the Caloosahatchee River, Imperial River and Spring Creek. There are more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-02-06
2:10 PM

Estero Bay -Pine island Good Fly and Artie Action - Backbay: The back waters were still a tad challenging with sluggish tide, afternoon weather and wind a problem. Steady Eddy Crews hung in there and came up with upper slot reds, fat limits of trout and numbers of release snook. The bite really picked more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-01-24
11:36 AM

Winterover Fishing in Full Swing - Backbay: Crews found excellent numbers of mixed size reds from rat to bulls in the wayback lagoons. Estero Bay, Charlotte Harbor and P.I. were all generous to shrimp flipping crews who worked the bushes, creeks and blackwater lagoon for reds. Trout b more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2014-01-09
10:42 AM

Reds, snook trout on a nice chew - Backbay: Crews plowed into the wayback creeks, lagoons and rivers looking for fishable water outa the wind. There were reports of good redfish action in Estero, P.I. and behind the Burnt Store Bars. Wheels woulda helped but if you're running a mudski more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2013-12-25
10:33 AM

Winter over bite is on, reds, trout, snook - Guys: We're in full swing with the cool down and better tides in the forecast. Trout are on a chew, pompano on the flats and in the passes. There a dependable mixed bag bite on the many features, docks, canals and channels. Reds are on the oyster bar more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2013-12-13
6:46 PM

Reds, snapper, sheepies, flounder,jacks all chewing - Backbay: We drowned plenty of live shrimp, shiners and chummers. There are a nice mess of reds, snapper and clouds of sheepies around the features near the passes. Trout were slow in Estero but guys hammered em on the northern ranges, in PI and Cha more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2013-11-21
1:21 PM

Hot refish, snook and trout action - Backbay: Reds remain the top target for oyster bar and bush beaters. Nice upper slot fish are the order of the day all along our region, afternoon tides were best. Expert shallow water manglers yakked or poled the ankle deep flats at midmorning. The more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers


2013-11-07
8:35 AM

Hot Redfish, Snook Trout Action - Good bites in Estero Bay and Pine Island Sound, reds, trout, snook all on a chew. Big jacks gave fly guys a run for thier money. Cobia, tripletail and snapper all eating well on the near shore reefs. Still have some availability around Thanksgiving, more...
Capt. Ron Kowalyk - Fort Myers

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