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Fishing Reports by Capt. Todd Geroy


2015-04-15
9:51 PM

Just Name Your Target in April - April fishing continues to shine with steady action from everything that swims along with some giant fish being caught. Snook, tarpon, sharks and redfish are the big headliners with some of the largest snook of the year being released. Tarpon are n more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2015-03-15
10:55 AM

Big Snook and Redfish Make Anglers Happy - We are enjoying the continuation of the spring warm up with water temperatures now reaching 80 degrees. Snook are showing up all over the backwaters and are staging along the mangrove shorlines as well as near the passes now. Live sardines have more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2015-03-08
8:49 AM

A Taste of Spring on the Fishing Scene - Well, a relatively cold February is behind us and so far, March is spoiling us with warmer temperatures and calm winds. Water temps had spiked in the backwaters to 76 degrees by the end of last week triggering a flurry of action like I have not had more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2015-02-08
7:01 AM

February Redfish Dominating the Backwaters - One week into the month, I can report that we have had some truly fantastic winter season fishing so far, with just a couple of exceptions. Transition days between fronts this time of year can slow the bite down, but even those days are bringing som more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2015-01-25
6:33 AM

Riding the Winter Fishing Rollercoaster - We have had some real solid days since my last report. We have again fished in a myriad of conditions with some overcast days, a few chilly mornings and some very windy days. My anglers have caught a long list of different fish using everything from more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2015-01-08
8:18 AM

A Warm Start to the New Year Brings Unusual Winter Opportunities - I am writing this report from the warmth of my den this morning after a strong cold front has swept through overnight. Lows in the 40's this morning along with winds gusting to 30 mph are keeping me off the water this morning. This type of weather more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2014-12-10
8:17 AM

Winter Fishing Pattern is Underway in Naples Backwaters - It has been a month since my last report, probably the record for me. I have been busy on the water with lots of trips booked during the last several weeks, while also taking a little time to travel with the family. Since my last post, the fish more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2014-11-10
5:32 AM

Plenty of Tight Lines in Naples Backwaters - Although a pretty strong early season cold front put a little damper on the fishing last weekend, by Tuesday afternoon, things calmed down and the fishing really turned on. Snook, redfish and pompano were the staple through the week along with a more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2014-10-28
12:14 PM

October Inshore Wrap Up - It has been a very busy month on the water for me and I am a little delayed posting my latest fishing report. It has been a productive month with some great fishing trips going into my log. The snook fishing has been fantastic! Many half day tr more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2014-10-09
8:18 AM

October Fishing Keeping Anglers Busy! - October is probably my #1 favorite month to fish the backwaters of SW Florida. No crowds on the water, a variety of cooperative species and slightly cooler water temperatures all contribute to great fishing all day long. Redfish are probably the more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

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