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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Theis


2012-08-11
12:23 PM

Great Action Fishing the Wrecks off Ft Myers Beach - There's numerous types of species camping out on these wrecks. Cobia,snook,sharks and spanish mackeral have been providing my clients great action. The key is to have the right bait and moving water. Choice of bait is pinfish and thread herring. Usin more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-07-22
11:24 AM

Wreck Fishing Off the Beaches! - The wreck fishing is producing due to all the bait that is passing through with the tides. There's been a lot of different species being caught (grouper,snapper,cobia,snook,redfish,mackeral and trout). Fish the early morning and late afternoon tides more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-06-23
8:58 AM

Make sure to check the weather the next few days before heading - There's some windy and rainy days coming up. Make sure to check the radar,bilge pumps,batteries and foul weather gear before heading out. The past week was hit or miss inshore. The key to success is get out early before it gets to hot. Inshore f more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-05-28
12:26 PM

Late Cobia Run Fishing the Wrecks off Ft Myers Beach! - This has been a late run for cobia fishing the nearshore wrecks. These fish are feeding on pods of thread herring moving in and out with the tide. Cobia are not shy so they will pop up next to your boat and make sure you have a freeliner ready. Also more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-05-12
11:06 AM

The trout bite is amazing on the nearshore wrecks - The trout bite is on fire fishing these nearby structures. These fish are very healthy feeding off big thread herring passing through the wrecks. Were freelining threadies with a 4/0 light wire circle hook and 40lb flourocarbon leader. These trout a more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-04-30
6:21 PM

Nearshore Wrecks and Back Bay Fishing! - Nearshore Wrecks- It's been windy the past week, but finally slowed down for a few days. The cobia bite has picked up using big thread herring and pinfish. There's a lot of just below slot fish. Also the mackeral and bluefish bite is really good. more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-04-14
10:29 AM

Nearshore Wrecks off Ft. Myers Beach! - NEARSHORE WRECKS: There's been a variety of species camping out on these structures. The snook are starting to move out on the beaches and wrecks. We're freelining big threadfins to entice these fish. My clients are still catching sheepshead but I more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-04-07
9:05 AM

NEARSHORE WRECK FISHING! - The weather has been very cooperative. There's bait all over the place and that means great fishing. The sheepshead bite is the best i've seen. All you need is shrimp and a 3/8 jighead. A lot of snapper and flounder are being caught off these stru more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-03-19
7:09 PM

Wreck Fishing off Ft Myers Beach - This has been an action packed month of fishing the wrecks off the beaches. My clients had bent rods all week with mostly sheepshead. Were averaging 14 being brought back to the table with pompano,lane snapper,mangrove snapper,flounder,trout,grunts more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers


2012-03-11
11:07 AM

Nearshore - Inshore Report - It was tough fishing the first half of the week,but picked up as the winds layed down.INSHORE- The redfish were along the shorelines. I like the last of the incoming tide and make sure the water is somewhat clean. The choice of bait has been live pil more...
Capt. Scott Theis - Fort Myers

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