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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Hughes


2010-03-26
12:04 AM

Redfish, Trout a Tarpon or two - This week produced some of the best redfish action that i've seen in quite a while. The water is starting to warm up and the redfish are schooled up and hungry. There aren't amny baitfish around yet, so when you get a lure or a shrimp in the face of more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2010-03-17
9:08 PM

We're still catching redfish and trout. No snook or tarpon yet. - The weather has sucked so far this month. Its been cold and windy and feels more like January rather than mid March. The fishing hasn't been as bad as the weather. We're catching winter species like redfish, speckled trout and sheepshead but the usua more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2010-03-07
2:47 PM

Is it sping yet? - They tell me its March, but it sure doesn't feel like it. The fishing has been more like what we get in January rather than March. Water temps are in the upper 50's and winds have been gusting to over 20 mph almost daily. I haven't been able to get o more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2010-02-22
9:37 PM

Backcountry and flats fishing report - Capt. Scott Hughes February 22, 2010 Marco Island - Saltwater Fishing Report Last week I started running a few trips out of Marco island and the 10,000 Islands. Every spring I like to run my fishing charters out of Marco Island which in about an more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2010-02-08
10:39 AM

Fort Myers fishing report - Cold fronts continue to keep inshore water cold. The fish have adjusted to the cold water and are schooled up in areas where the water is slightly warmer during the middle of the day. Trout fishing is still red hot if you know where to find them more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2010-01-17
9:51 PM

Despite epic fish kill, fishing is still good, - The extreme cold weather that we had last week killed a epic number of snook in Florida. I counted over 1000 dead snook for the FWC and most of them were breeder snook over 28 inches. I have heard reports from all over including lake Okeechobee an more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2009-12-31
9:12 PM

Marco Island and Fort Myers fishing report - Scott Hughes Fished Charlotte Harbor today. Landed 70-80 speckled trout up to 23 inches, 4 redfish up to 30 inches a few sheepshead, snapper, bluefish and ladyfish. All fish were caught with shrimp and jig and Mirrolure MR 17's. Write a comment more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2009-12-14
8:31 AM

Fishing report for Boca Grande to Fort Myers - Week tides and a 20 knot wind slowed the flats fishing this past week. But the ingredants are still there for excellent fishing. The tides are going to be better this week and with highs in the mid-80's the fishing should get HOT! Speckled trout: more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2009-12-03
9:01 AM

Winter flats fishing report - We are now getting a regular dose of weak cold fronts. These fronts haven't been cold but it has dropped the water temps into the mid 60's which is fairly cold for most of the tropical species that I target most of the year. The fishing is still good more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2009-11-10
6:44 AM

Southwest Florida fishing report for Charlotte Harbor - Right now we have a hurricane passing about 300 miles to the west of us and the winds are gusting 30-35 mph. I actually ran a charter yesterday. We hid between the island of Pine Island Sound and had a pretty good day considering the conditions. We c more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers

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