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Fishing Reports by Capt. Todd Geroy


2012-09-16
3:26 PM

The Great Mid-September Bite Continues in Naples Backwaters! - We're settled into September now and temperatures have cooled slightly compared to the blazing heat of last month. With water temperatures also cooling a bit, the fishing action in the backwaters has really turned on! We are continuing to catch p more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-09-03
12:52 PM

Fishing Action Recovering Fast One Week After Issac! - One week ago, hurricane Issac brushed by us a a strong tropical storm. The storm managed to dump plenty of rain on the area and along with high winds and surf, the waters really got churned up. Needless to say, there weren't many folks wanting more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-08-21
6:49 PM

Redfish Showing in Numbers in Naples Backwaters! - August 21, 2012 I fished with clients most mornings in the last week and finally found some good schools of redfish in the back waters. Most of the fish have been in the 20 to 24 inch range, with a few topping out at 30 inches. The pilchards al more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-08-09
8:58 AM

Early Risers Get the Big Tarpon and Snook in Naples Backwaters! - August 9, 2012 The hot weather has continued here since my last report with just a bit of relief with some brief afternoon showers. Water temperatures have now spiked to 90 degrees on the area beaches making for some lazy fishing action overall. more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-07-30
9:55 AM

Mid-Summer Bite Can Be Hot on the Naples Backwaters - The daily rains experienced here recently have subsided temporarily and the water temps. have spiked up to 89 degreees on the beaches and mid-90' s in the shallow inland bays. This reinforces the point that anglers need to get out at first light for more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-07-12
9:00 AM

Big Summer Snook and Trout in Naples Backwaters! - July 12, 2012 Big snook have been the main attraction this last week, with several fish ranging to 20 lbs. being caught and released on charters. We have been targeting them in deeper channels in the back country. Tom Ennis released caught and r more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-07-03
5:54 PM

Recent Rains Fire Up Baby Tarpon - July 3, 2012 Well the weather finally settled down form Tropical Storm Debby last weekend, the water cleared up and we are back in business on the waterfront. Fishing has been decent with plenty of snook and an influx of baby tarpon action in the more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-06-27
9:27 AM

TS Debby Put a Damper on the Fishing Scene - Sorry to say that the waterfront has been a wash out since Tropical Storm Debby started affecting out weather last Friday. As far as I no one has been out since. Not this captain either! We had torrential rains, winds gusting to 45 kts. as well as more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-06-19
8:16 AM

June is Snook Time in SW Florida - June 19, 2012 Fishing has been strong here for the last week with catch and release snook fishing still being the main attraction. We are catching plenty near the passes with plenty in the 22 to 26 inch range as well as some fish to 38 inches mix more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2012-06-07
12:52 PM

Windy, Dreary Weather Doesn't Stop the Snook Action in Naples! - We have now had 12 consecutive days of unusual westerly winds here in SW Florida. Rough seas have put a damper on our chances to fish for tarpon on the outside where we normally fish this time of year. While that has been a huge disappointment more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

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