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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Theis


2015-01-18
7:55 AM

Ft. Myers Back Bays and Nearshore Wrecks Fishing Report! - In the back bays the water temps dropped a few degrees with these cold fronts passing through. The good thing is the fish hasn't mind the weather change. Look for creeks and canal systems where the water temps are warmer and this is where you'll fin more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-12-16
5:58 PM

Fishing is good despite the cooler water temps! - The fish hasn't mind the drop in the water temps. Redfish and snook are the main targets around the creek mouths using live pilchards. Chumming the water will get the fish motivated to feed with the cooler water temps. There's been a lot of small re more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-11-15
7:50 AM

Cold Fronts are passing through but the Fish don't seem to mind! - You have so many options at this time of the year. Redfish and snook are in the backwaters and trout, sheepshead and pompano are hanging around grass flats and oyster bars. Live pilchards and shrimp work the best for bait. Fish the higher stages o more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-10-29
7:31 PM

Inshore and Nearshore Wrecks Report! - Fishing the backwaters of Estero Bay for redfish and snook has been very successful. The higher stages of the tide along the shorelines using live or cut pinfish is the way to go. On the lower stages work the edges of grass flats with artificials or more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-09-23
7:38 PM

Redfish in the Back Bays and Cobia on the Nearshore Wrecks! - The fishing at this time of the year is on fire. Water tempertures are dropping and plenty of bait around for the fish to fatten up. Redfish are schooling up on the first part of the incoming tides and as the tide gets high work the mangrove shorel more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-08-31
9:24 AM

The Fish are Happy with these Cooler Mornings! - With these cooler mornings the fish are more active. If your targeting redfish look for a healthy grass flat and fish the first half of the incoming tide. Artificials like top dog jr and mirrodines are working good or live pinfish/pilchards freeli more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-08-07
6:04 PM

The Back Bay Fishing is Heating Up! - The water temps still remain high so get out there and catch the early morning tides before it heats up. Redfish are sitting around the oyster bars and grass flats on the lower stages of the tide. As the tide rises start fishing the shorelines. Yo more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-07-08
7:04 PM

Nearshore Wrecks and Back Bay Report! - There's a variety of species being caught on the shallow water wrecks off Ft. Myers beach. Cobia, Grouper, snapper, trout, flounder and permit just to name a few. Pinfish is the go to bait and you can cast net them on a healthy grass flat. For the more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-06-15
7:15 AM

Nearshore Wrecks and Back Bays Fishing Report1 - The nearshore wrecks are getting very fishy with a wide variety of species. Cobia, snook and trout are the main targets with spanish mackeral, snapper and sharks also in the mix. To target cobia, snook and trout you have to get the right bait. Pin more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-05-27
6:55 PM

Shallow Water Wrecks and Back Bay Report! - The summer weather pattern is here so that means to watch out for the thunderstorms. Always check the radar on your phones while on the water. The wind finally has calm down to head out and fish the shallow water wrecks. The cobia fishing is sta more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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