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Fishing Reports by Capt. Eric Anderson


2019-12-12
2:47 PM

Fort Myers Fishing Report- Estero bay fishing has been great. - The past few days have been great in Estero bay. the sea trout are back in good numbers. We have also been catching a lot of blue fish, spanish mackerel, lady fish, and jacks. On our last trip yesterday caught several blue fish and monster size jacks more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2019-12-05
10:18 AM

Fort Myers fishing report- Fishing has been great - The Trout, Ladyfish, and Jacks have been very active the last few days. The Fish seem to have acclimated to the winter water temperatures. They have started biting later in the day after the water warms up a little. Strong winds can be an issue this more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2019-12-04
8:37 AM

Fort Myers Fishing Report - Red Tide Is Gone - Good news for now, it appears that the red tide bloom has finally dissipated. Thanks in part to the falling water temps and favorable winds. Lets hope this is the last of it for a long time. It didn't have any real effect on the inshore waters from E more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2019-11-24
7:50 PM

Fort Myers Fishing Report - No Red Tide Issues Today - I believe that anglers need to hear from us if the Red Tide is affecting the areas we fished for the date of this report. Hopefully others will follow my lead and let everyone know whats up. On 11/24/2019 we fished in Estero Bay from Hendry Creek sou more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2019-11-22
2:07 PM

Fort Myers Fishing Report- Red tide is NOT a problem - The fishing in Fort Myers has not been affected by Red tide. we have been catching good numbers of Snook, Red fish, lady fish, jacks, and sheepshead. Twitch baits have been the dominant lure to use these last few days after the cold front went throug more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2019-11-20
9:48 AM

Fort Myers fishing report- Snook fishing - The snook fishing has been excellent the last few days in Fort Myers. We have caught several decent size Snook and a few big ones. They have been very active on swimbaits and crank baits. more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2019-11-15
9:33 AM

Fort Myers fishing report- cool weather means good fishing - In the recent days we have been catching a lot of Snook. The Red fish have been showing up in good numbers as well. The Red tide does not seem to be affecting the fishing in Estero bay. We have noticed that the fish in Naples have been more affected more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2019-11-13
8:59 AM

fort myers fishing report - The recent cold front has led to some great fishing. The water temps are starting to go down and this has the Snook on the move to areas of warmer water. This means that the Snook population will be concentrated like this for the rest of the winter. more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2018-02-19
5:31 PM

Fort Myers Fishing Report - Warm Temps Mean HOT Fishing - The Tarpon have started biting in the back country. We have been catching them everyday for a week. These abnormally warm temps have started moving fish all over and are triggering the late spring bite a month early.For the first time in quite a whil more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers


2017-11-23
2:02 PM

Fort Myers Fishing Report - The Bite is Tough Right Now - Fishing the past few days is as tough as it gets. While there has been no official testing done in Estero Bay its obvious that the same Med levels of red tide found in all of Pine Island Sound seem to be present in Estero Bay. I did see some dead m more...
Capt. Eric Anderson - Fort Myers

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