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Fishing Reports by Capt. Russ Walker


2018-04-16
6:57 AM

Time to Get Serious - Week ending April 14, 2018 The water is back up to 78 degrees. Windy conditions this past week made it tough at times to get out. Tarpon rolling near Jugg Creek Shoal in Charlotte Harbor. North of Matlacha Sound. Lots of hook ups. Plenty of whitebai more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Charlotte Harbor


2018-04-06
7:51 AM

Let'er Rip Tater Chip, Big Mac Attack - Week ending April 6, 2018 The water is back up to 74.5 degrees in the inter-coastal and the bite is on. On the in coming tide, just outside Captiva Pass along the edge of the northern sandbar, Spanish Mackerel make their daily runs at baitfish scho more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-04-01
7:50 AM

They're Back! - Week ending April 1, 2018 After high winds and Cold Fronts last week the water temperature dropped again down 10 degrees but now is back up to 74.5 degrees and the bite is on. We landed many nice Sea Trout 18 to 21 On the Inter-coastal waterway bre more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-03-12
6:28 AM

Wo O, O Pompano, say it like Van Morrison would - Week ending March 11, 2018 See What's in Store at Marker 54 Off and on all week the weather threatened us but we got it done in the Blow and surprisingly enough, many days turned out to be delightful OK, say it like Van Morrison would…Wo, O...Oh Pomp more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Pine Island Sound


2018-03-04
7:32 AM

We Snook up on this one. - Occasionally, a blind hog finds and acorn. We get a beautiful Snook off an on even though we don't make a habit of targeting them this time of year. Why don't we target them? Cause most folks need some practice casting and catch more Florida Mangrove more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-02-24
7:52 AM

There's a Lot in store at Marker 54 - February 23, 2018 Tide Walker Charters We finished out the week with four, half days trips total catch of 365 fish averaging around 90 fish per day. Species include: Mackerel, BIG Speckled Sea trout, Puffer fish, Lizard Fish, Lady fish ( or baby tar more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-02-17
9:45 AM

Pie Plate Pompano and Sharks - THIS WEEKS FISHING REPORT: Feb 17, 2018 We finished out the week with a five-day total catch of 456 fish averaging around 91 fish per day. Species include, flounder, mackerel, BIG Speckled Sea trout and 10 sharks in the 4 to five foot range. Big Fig more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-02-09
6:49 AM

Water Temperature is Everything - Feb 9, 2018 We finished out the week with a four-day total catch of 292 fish averaging around 73 fish per day. Species include, flounder, mackerel, pompano, trout and 8 small sharks. Yes, it looks like the sharks are giving birth in the inter-coastal more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-01-25
7:02 AM

Sheepshead Reluctant but the Trout were Hungry - Tuesday, Jan 23rd, 2018, Ken Akin and I caught around 40 Speckled Sea Trout in the Mondongo Island area West of Pine Island. All catches were made on live shrimp, under a popping cork on a chartreuse, 1/4 oz jig head tied to a 4' mono leader on the e more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-01-21
7:43 AM

Black Drum and Sheepshead - I'll Fa Lay for you Par rum pum pum pum, This Black Drum. Around the bridges and docks you'll find that the Black drum and some Monster Sheepshead are in now. Mid size shrimp and an 18 leader and small hook use with a 1/2 oz slip egg sinker above a more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral

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