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Fishing Reports by Capt. Todd Geroy


2013-10-28
8:23 AM

Great Fall Fishing in Backwaters of Naples and Marco Island - October was a very busy month for us on the backwaters of Naples and Marco Island. Fishing most every day during the last month, the fish did not disappoint with some great catches of redfish and snook as well as the appearance of a variety of other more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-10-19
7:42 AM

October Backwaters Continue to Produce as Promised - One of my favorite months of the year to fish, October has not been a disappointment. We have had a great run of redfish in our area as well as plenty of snook, flounder, seatrout and a few tarpon in the mix. Live baits have been plentiful and w more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-09-29
2:05 PM

Fall Fishing for Snook, Tarpon and Redfish in Naples Backwaters - September is winding down and while we have had a great month of fishing in the Naples area, I expect October to only get better. October and November are in my opinion, the two very best months to fish the backwaters of Southwest Florida. The sligh more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-09-20
9:53 AM

September Fishing in the Backwaters is as Good as it Gets - As mentioned and expected in my previous report, the fishing has really broken loose the last week or so in our area. Scores of bait fish have moved in and the fish have really been feeding up. Redfish have been on the top of the list with school more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-09-11
1:54 PM

September Snook and Redfish Action in Naples - We are just about halfway through September now and fishing is getting better and better each week. September can be one of the very best months of the year to target snook and redfish in our area. We usually see and increase in the redfish numbe more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-08-15
7:34 AM

Hot Weather Mixed Bag in Naples Backwaters - It's mid-August, and while typically the hottest time of year in SW Florida, there are still some good fishing opportunities. With recent temperatures soaring into the mid 90's each day, it is a good idea to get on the water early to take advantage o more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-07-28
11:08 AM

Good Summer Variety in Naples Backwaters - The weather finally gave us a break last week with rains subsiding somewhat. I enjoyed a busy week fishing daily as well as a couple of evening trips thrown in. Anglers kept busy with some nice redfish, plenty of snook, big sharks and some action wi more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-07-17
4:05 PM

Redfish Heat Up as Rains Cool Water Off - We have had our share of rain so far this summer and the last week has been no exception. While the weather has dampened outdoor activities for many, anglers venturing out between the squalls are enjoying some great summer action. Water temps have more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-07-01
11:48 AM

Big Summer Snook in Naples Backwaters - Summer is in full swing now as water temperatures have really heated up and the afternoon rains have begun to be a daily event. The trick to summer fishing in SW Florida is to plan your fishing in the morning and evening hours avoiding the mid-day h more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples


2013-06-17
9:42 AM

The Best Snook Fishing of the Year is Right Now in Naples - Wow! Fishing really turned on last week as the waters cleared from the stormy conditions we experienced the previous week. The snook fishing has been especially strong with some of the largest fish of the year being caught and released. We also more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

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