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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Theis


2013-01-20
9:29 PM

A Mild January has the Fishing Consistent! - Snook fishing has been great in January due to warmer water temperatures. We've been catching them off the Ft Myers Beach wrecks and in Estero Bay. Fishing the wrecks we've been using pilchards pinned to the bottom with a 1/2oz lead and a 2/0 m more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2013-01-06
7:05 PM

The Tempuratures Are Keeping The Fishing Steady! - The water temps went from 65 degrees to 74 degrees in a matter of two weeks. with that being said the fishing in Estero Bay has been steady. If your fishing the middle part of the bay you should be doing pretty good. The sheepshead bite is pick more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-12-24
12:22 AM

Great Flounder Fishing off the Wrecks of Ft Myers Beach! - Due to the cool weather there's plenty of flounder layed up just on the outside edges of these wrecks. The choice of rig is a 3/8 oz jighead with a pilchard. Also, thers's been a lot of tripletail sitting on the crab traps this past few weeks. more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-12-02
9:55 AM

Inshore/Nearshore Wreck Fishing Report! - As the water cools the fish are moving back in the creeks and rivers. This past week we've been fishing deep pockets that these creeks provide and there you'll find snook,redfish,black drum and flounder. These fish are on the smaller size but, the ac more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-11-11
9:54 AM

Estero Bay and the Nearshore Wrecks off Ft. Myers Beach Fishing! - As the water temperature drops(65-68 degrees)the fish are pushing back in the creeks and back canals. There's a lot of action with snook,redfish,snapper and jacks. Were using all different methods in enticing these fish. Live bait(shrimp or white b more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-10-21
12:19 PM

The Water Temps Are Cooling Off and The Fishing Is Heating Up! - The backwaters of Estero Bay are on fire with numerous species that are willing to cooperate. On the higher tides look for moving water around deep shorelines with good overhangs and this is where you'll find redfish and snook. The closer you get i more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-10-02
7:36 PM

Estero Bay and Nearshore Wreck Fishing off Ft. Myers Beach! - Fishing the nearshore wrecks is amazing at this time of the year. The cobia are starting their migration south and the gag grouper are moving in while the water temps are cooling off. Pinfish are working really good for both species. Also, big mack more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-09-23
5:06 PM

Great Action Fishing The Inshore Waters! - It has been action packed fishing for all sorts of species. Since fall has arrived the redfish are showing up in numbers inshore and nearshore wrecks. There are so many different ways to target these fish. We've been using live baits(pinfish or pilch more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-09-03
12:39 PM

Redfish,Redfish and More Redfish! - The redfishing is amazing and their willing to eat anything you throw at them. Were using artificials,chunk and live baits. The best bet is to catch pinfish on the flats by chumming them up and throwing the cast net. Most of these fish were catchin more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-08-25
6:50 PM

Backcountry and Nearshore Wrecks off Ft Myers Beach - The backcountry fishing in Estero Bay is holding plenty of redfish and snook. Fish the last 2 hours of the incoming tide and the first 2 hours of the outgoing tide. There's a lot of small bait around the mangroves, which is why these fish are in a fr more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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