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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Theis


2015-11-05
5:14 PM

Back Bays and Shallow Water Wrecks Fishing Report! - With the warm water temps the fish are staying in their feeding frenzy. Redfishing is good with all the bait that's being pushed around shorelines and flats. Fish around the shorelines at higher stages of the tides and the flats on the lower stages. more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-10-04
7:31 AM

The Fall Bite is in Full Swing! - It's that time of the year when the fish are happy with the drop in the water temperatures. Redfish are schooled up on healthy grass flats and shorelines. Pinfish and whitebait are the bait of choice. Snook fishing is good around the passes and dock more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-08-28
6:57 PM

Spectacular Fishing in the Back Bays! - The fish are happy with the amount of bait around the flats. It's that time of the year where the redfish school up on the flats. Look for potholes and oysters that have bait moving along with the tides. Snook fishing is picking up with a few trout more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-07-25
9:40 AM

Back Bays and Shallow Water Wrecks Fishing Report! - Fishing the back bays of Estero are giving up great catches of redfish and big trout. The key is fishing the mid ties and having the right bait. Pilchards and pinfish is the choice of bait and chum the areas up with the pilchards. Mangrove snapp more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-06-28
11:35 AM

Back Bay and Shallow Water Wrecks fishing report! - Redfish and Snook have been the main targets fishing around deep shorelines and oyster bars. The water temps are in the upper 80's so look for spots near the passes and beaches. Shallow water wrecks off Ft. Myers beach are producing nice catches more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-05-30
8:24 AM

Back Bays and Shallow Water Wrecks Fishing Report! - The back bays of Estero are very productive for my anglers. Redfish, snook and trout are the main targets. Look for moving water around oyster bars and flats on the lower stages of the tides and the mangrove shorelines on the higher stages of the ti more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-05-03
9:34 AM

Fishing is Fantastic! - The fishing is fantastic due to the great tides and warmer water temperatures. It's been a little windy to head out for tarpon but we manage to jump four the other day. Most of the trips I've been running are inshore due to the windy conditions. My more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-03-22
9:15 AM

Snook season is in full swing! - Snook fishing is good since the season has opened. All sizes are being caught all around the mangrove shorelines and beaches. Live freelined thread herring or pilchards is a must for bait. You can castnet or sabiki these baits around bridges and mar more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-03-08
9:55 AM

Snook and Redfish are happy with the warmer water temperatures! - Fishing has picked up with the warmer temps. Snook and redfish are feeding well around the oyster beds and shorelines. Good moving water is the key with the right baits. Cast netting pilchards and herring is the way to go and get enough of them to ch more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2015-02-12
10:38 PM

Cold Mornings turn into beautiful fishy warm afternoons! - The mornings have been a little chilly so no need to get an early start. The past couple of weeks the tides were best late morning into the early afternoons. Redfish and snook are biting well before the fronts using whitebait on a 2/0 circle hook more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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