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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Hughes


2000-02-22
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Lots of Redtide, but Fishing Improving Patches of redtide still exist around Cape Romano south to the mudhole and out a few miles. Its made breathing a little difficult for anglers but the fishing has been steadily improving. Some good sardin more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2000-02-12
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - WEATHER IMPROVING, FISHING SHOULD FOLLOW ! Marco Island The weather finally turned toward spring this week after almost three weeks of cold, and windy conditions. The problem is that its been cold for so long that the water will need at lea more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2000-02-07
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Marco Island If your looking for some fun fishing and some good eating its available during this cold month of Feburary. Trout is still the top choice on the flats and pompano are on the shoals in Cape Romano. The cold temperatures have moved the more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2000-02-03
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - High winds and some red tide hampered the fishing this week. However, there is always a place to fish in southwest Florida. Marco Island produced some pretty fair trout fishing in the backcountry and pompano on the shoals. Fish for the trout in the d more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers

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