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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Theis


2013-06-25
6:21 PM

Ft. Myers Beach and Estero Bay Fishing Report! - Estero Bay is producing some great fishing. The key is to fish the higher stages of the tides and make sure the water is moving. There's redfish,snook and jacks prowling the shorelines due to all the small bait around. The rigs we use is more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-06-08
8:52 AM

Fishing Report for the Nearshore Wrecks off Ft. Myers Beach! - It's been tough to head out during Tropical Storm Andrea but, we were able to get out a few days before and the fish were hungry. Fishing the nearshore wrecks off Ft. Myers at this time of the year provides good numbers of snook and trout. T more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-05-21
6:37 PM

Great Weather to Fish the Nearshore Wrecks! - The weather has been perfect the past few weeks to run out and fish the structures off Ft. Myers Beach. As your heading out look for tarpon rolling or free jumping and set up a drift ahead of the pod. These fish are feeding off of thread h more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-05-04
9:58 AM

Cobia Run in Beautiful S.W. Fla! - This time of the year provides some of the best fishing off of Ft. Myers Beach. We have cobia migrating north and stopping to feed on the wrecks. The almighty tarpon podding up on their way to Boca Grande and snook making their way out to the wr more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-04-21
9:51 AM

Great Weather Means Great Fishing! - The fishing has turned on due to the weather we've been having here in beautiful S.W. Fla. This time of the year you can target a large variety of species. If your fishing the nearshore wrecks make sure to run a few crab traps and this is where more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-04-08
6:39 PM

Inshore/Nearshore Wreck Fishing Report! - Finally, the water temperatures are warming up(72-74) and that means the cobia and tarpon will passing through. The nearshore wrecks are producing great fishing due to all the bait stacked on them. The cobia bite is heating up as they stop to fe more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-03-24
10:15 AM

Inshore/Nearshore Wreck Fishing Report ! - Fishing Estero Bay has been a challenge due to these weather patterns we've had. When the fronts past through and the water temperatures drop it's best to fish back in the creeks. This is where you'll find snook,reds and jacks. There are a few d more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-03-10
8:48 AM

Backs Bays/Nearshore Wrecks Report! - It's been hit or miss in Estero Bay due to the back and forth with the weather. When the water temperatures drop it's best to fish the east wall and back creeks. The water temps are a slight warmer especially in the afternoon. Look for deep pockets a more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-02-24
5:17 PM

Great Sheepshead Fishing off the Nearshore Wrecks! - These Wrecks off of Ft. Myers Beach are providing my clients consistent action from numerous species. Sheepshead are at the top ranging from 3 to 5 pounds and I do expect this to keep going through April. The style of rig is a 3/8oz jighead more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-02-01
10:09 PM

Inshore/Nearshore Wreck Fishing Report! - The inshore fishing is still going strong with snook at the top of the list. The best way is to cast net pilchards and chum the shorelines with them to find the snook. Chumming the waters is the best way to locate fish. Using this method you wi more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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