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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Hughes


2006-09-06
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Sorry about the lack of reports Sorry about the lack of reports this May-July but if you've fished with me before then you know that i was tarpon fishing and its not if were catching them it's how many were catching. May and June was awsome. We more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-04-25
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Tarpon fishing is excellent Most of the past month has been devoted to tarpon fishing. Its been great to get out the big guns and real drag pulling action. The weather has been really warm the tarpon love it. I've had some outstanding tarpon more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-03-11
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - The baitfish migration is here and the snook are feeding! The temps hit the mid to high 80's this week and the snook went on a feeding frenzy. We mainly used artificial lures even though the schools of sardines moved onto the flats. We caught more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-02-27
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - It's Spring! There's lots of stuff to do. Even though we had a hard freeze the second week of Feburary we are in for a early spring and there is lots of differnt kinds of fishing to do. Redfish have started to move in and schools up in Char more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-01-23
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Gator Trout Action! Winter trout fishing is usually the best trout fishing of the year and this winter is no different. We usually put up good numbers of trout most of the year but the quality of fish the last few weeks has been better than ad more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2005-11-27
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Cold Fronts run fish into the backcountry. We have begun to see frequent cold fronts push into our area. The fishing has been very good inbetween the fronts but if you try to go against Mother Nature your probably going to be dissapointed. As more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2005-11-09
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Flats Slam! A little bit of warmer temperatures and calmer winds really turned up the action on the flats this week. We saw a resurgence of snook this week on the flats. I fished Exude plastic jerk baits on a 1/8 oz jigheads with excellent re more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2005-10-18
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - October Redfishing! It is the season for for redfishing in Southwest Florida. There are to ways to target reds right now. YOu can fish schools of breeder reds from 10-20 pounds or you can sight fish singles that range from 4-8 pounds. more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2005-09-09
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Mackerel Migration Usually this time of year I am still targeting tarpon but this year the late season tarpon have been a little slow so I have been taking advantage of the large schools of spanish mackerel that are feeding outside of the pass more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2005-07-13
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Yes, there's tarpon! The tarpon have moved back into the area after disappearing while hurricane Dennis passed through. For a more detailed report check the previous report from yesterday. Good Luck! Capt. Scott Hughes Blackwater Charters more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers

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