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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Theis


2013-11-25
6:19 PM

Late Cobia Run with Gag Grouper on the Shallow Water Wrecks! - Fishing the shallow water wrecks is always interesting because there are so many different species to be caught on any day. We went out in search of gag grouper and ended up with cobia sitting all over the structure. The bait of choice are live p more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-11-10
9:22 AM

Fishing is Good Despite the Windy Conditions! - The fishing is still pretty good even with the wind blowing 10-20 mph with gust around 25 mph. Estero Bay is holding good numbers of redfish and snook. The key is to look for small baits flipping around the shorelines and this is where you'll fi more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-10-25
6:11 PM

Amazing Fishing and Perfect Weather! - The inshore and nearshore wreck fishing is keeping my crew very happy. Redfish are still the target specie with snook not to far behind. Getting the right bait is the key and enough of it for chumming the shorelines. Look for deeper cuts arou more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-10-07
7:41 PM

Great Cobia Fishing on the Nearshore Wrecks! - This time of the year cobia are migrating south and can be caught on artificial offerings and live bait. The key is anchoring right. Make sure to stay off the structure a bit and anchor down current. Choice of baits are pinfish and pichards. Be more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-09-20
6:47 PM

Fishing the Back Bays to Fishing the Nearshore Wrecks! - The inshore fishing is still going strong with redfish at the top of the list. The schools are scattered around grass flats and oysters. Also, there's some nice trout in the mix fishing potholes while targeting reds. Pinfish is candy to these f more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-09-05
7:59 PM

Redfish,Redfish,Redfish and More Redfish! - The redfish bite has been the best i've seen in years. All the bait from the grass flats are bringing in the schools of reds. You can entice these fish with a few different methods from a freelined pinfish,popping cork or a chunk bait. On the h more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-08-22
7:55 PM

Inshore and Nearshore Wreck Report! - The inshore fishing is really good right now and I expect it to stay that way for the next two months. Estero Bay is producing good amounts of redfish. This time of the year the reds start to school up on the flats and around shorelines on th more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-08-06
6:59 PM

Unbelievable Fishing! - I had a few trips cancelled due to the large amounts of freshwater running through the bays,passes and out into the gulf. I thought the fishing would slow down a little but I was wrong. This past July and into the first part of August has b more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-07-26
6:12 PM

The Gag Grouper Bite is On! - The gag grouper is one of my favorite species to target. The reason why is how great it taste and how hard they fight. These fish camp out on rock piles and sunken structures ambushing bait as the current flows. Surprisingly, the grouper bite more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-07-14
8:48 AM

The Weather has been challenging! - There's been plenty of rain in the past two weeks so that means dodging thunderstorms.There's a lot of freshwater pushing through Estero Bay and up to 2 miles out in the Gulf. The fishing has slowed down a bit. To locate the fish you have to more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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