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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Hughes


2007-04-30
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Giant tarpon, snook and school reds Tarpon have been here for a few weeks and with the recent good weather the fishing has really turned on. I have found fishable numbers of fish from Punta Gorda to the north and Pine Island to the south. Drifti more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2007-04-09
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - It's Grande Slam Time! The time has officially arrived where we can expect a chance a real Grande Slam on most days. For those who don't know what a Grande Slam is, it consists of catching a tarpon, snook and redfish in a single fishing t more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2007-02-15
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Redfish tournament results and Pine Island reds The past few weeks have been busy practiceing for the first two professional redfish tournaments of the season. I was lucky enought to get 3rd place in the Redfish Cup Allstars Ice Breaker l more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2007-02-01
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Reds, sheephead and bass No, I'm not catching bass in saltwater but I am cathing bass. Bass fishing in the Everglades is still very good if you can get to the best fihing grounds. The water is down and the fish have been concentrated in the more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2007-01-16
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - El Nino winter Usually we have two months of pretty cool weather during winter. Lows in the upper 40's and highs in the mid 60's are common. This makes our water temps in January and Feburary around 65 degrees. With the water in the 60's th more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-12-30
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Rat Reds and Bull Reds Most of the flats action right revolves around redfish and trout. Trout usually dominate the scene but this winter has produced more reds than trout on just about every trip. I have been using soft plastics for the mo more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-12-21
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Snook season closes and Trout season's about to open. December 15th marked the closing of snook season. New years day marks the opening of speckled trout season. That's a good thing because the snook are getting harder to find the trout are gett more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-12-06
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Winter Slamin! Flats fishing this fall didn't live up to my standards. But it looks like an El Nino winter is just what the doctor ordered. Fish for redfish is HOT! We have been catching bunches of reds of all sized the past two weeks. I have more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-11-21
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Flats fishing and duck hunting! Now that duck season is open I'm splitting my time between guiding duck hunting trips and sightfishing for reds on the flats. The past couple of duck seasons haven't been good enought to justify taking paying more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers


2006-11-02
12:00 AM

Marco Island, Ft. Myers & Boca Grande - Fall fishing Usually fall is the best time of year to break out the artificial lures and catch a fish on every other cast but this fall has been anything but filled with action. We are catching a variety of species and many of them are bett more...
Capt. Scott Hughes - Fort Myers

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