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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Theis


2014-05-07
7:08 PM

Inshore and Nearshore Wreck Fishing Report! - Fishing Estero Bay is providing my anglers great action with big jacks and snook. There's still some small fronts passing through and it slows the fishing for a day. Were targeting these fish around mullet schools that are hanging around oyster more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-04-18
6:56 PM

Inshore Action is Heating Up! - The fishing is really good despite a few small cold fronts passing through. Redfish and snook are keeping my clients busy. Thread herring is the key bait to have and you can find these about a mile off the beaches. Cast nets or sabikis will work t more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-04-04
7:14 PM

Great Fishing with the Warmer Temps! - The inshore fishing is heating up and I expect it to get better as the water temps rise. Fishing the oysters or mangrove shorelines with good moving water is productive for my anglers. Snook and redfish have been the target species while using l more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-03-23
9:26 AM

Inshore and Shallow Water Wrecks Fishing Report! - The fishing all around has been hot and cold due to the fronts. When the water cleans up and settles down the shallow water wrecks are producing cobia, grouper and a few sheepshead are lingering around. This time of the year you'll see the cobia s more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-03-08
8:00 AM

Great Fishing and Beautiful Weather in S.W. Fla! - The weather here is outstanding. Low 80's as our highs and low 60's as our lows. The fishing just gets better and better as the water temps starts to creep up in the high 70's. My clients are very busy fishing the shallow water wrecks catching a more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-02-20
6:46 PM

Shallow Water Wrecks and Back Bay Report! - These warm days were having are making the fish to hop in their spring migrations early. The cobia are starting to camp out on these structures and tarpon are showing up in small pods. Live pilchards ot thread herring will entice the bite. Make more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-02-07
7:07 PM

Fish are Happy with the Warm Temperatures! - The fish are happy with the warm temps and so are the anglers. Since the water is warming it's pushing the fish out in the middle parts of Estero Bay. Look for trout on the incoming tide on the grass flats in 2-4ft of water using a cork with li more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-01-17
6:49 PM

Cold weather hasn't slowed the fishing! - As the water temps drop you will have to change up the style of fishing. Slow presentations and patience will pay off. The grass flats are holding nice trout with pompano mixed in. Using a popping cork with a live shrimp will get it done in 2-4' more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2014-01-03
7:52 PM

Snook and Redfish are Moving in the Creeks! - The past couple of weeks fishing the creeks have paid off. As the water temps drop the fish start moving back in the creeks and canals. The cold fronts are getting stronger so start fishing further in the backcountry. Work the areas slow until you more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-12-18
6:56 PM

Inshore and Nearshore Wreck Fishing Report! - We've had some beautiful weather in Southwest Florida and that means great fishing. There are so many different kind of species to target at this time of year. We target redfish and snook back in the creeks as the water cools off or trout on the more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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