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Cape Coral Fishing Reports


2018-07-16
12:13 PM

SHARK ATTACK.....well kinda - Sharks were on the prowl yesterday. Atlantic Sharp Nose Sharks were plentiful with multiple hook-ups yesterday. They hit then go Rippy Zippy just like the big boys. What a blast. Bobber over a 3' steel leader cut ladyfish for bait. FYI: Most shark more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-07-08
6:12 AM

Salt: It's That Box of Chocolates Thang - You never know what you're gonna get. This week was very interesting. Never a dull moment and Every Trip is an Adventure. Tide Walker Charters more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-06-25
6:43 AM

Fishermans Thoughts on Life - Fishing Guides Thoughts on Life I like to write and paint, catch a fish or two each day. There's still so much left to do in life, I simply have to say. I love to See the lightning in the heavens, see the dew settle on the ground, I'm am more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-06-23
7:12 AM

Let'er Rip Tater Chip - Over a hundred fish per day for the last two days. Giant Ladyfish, Trout and Mackerel. Yesterday my friends from Georgia, Josh and Eric, and the kids Carson and Alex used over 300 big Tampa bay imported shrimp to catch over 130 fish for the day. OH.. more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-06-12
10:24 AM

Fishing Captain Local Author Cape Coral-Pine Island - A local Florida setting, Murder, Romance, Kidnapping, Gold, Betrayal and above all, Justice. Proving that fate always finds a way to fulfill itself regardless of who interferes. Captain Walker spins his tales combining historically documented events more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-06-11
8:16 AM

I Kid You Not, the Pompano were Hot - I Kid You Not the Pompano were Hot. Just off the grass flats on the NE side of the Broken Islands in 6 feet of water the Pompano were thick this last week. I kid you not they were literally jumping into the boat. Pompano are known for schooling hot more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-06-03
7:39 AM

Great weather is back and so is the Bite - CAPE CORAL FISHING REPORT: by Captain Russ Walker Week ending June 2nd, 2018 ​ Water Temp in the inter-coastal @ 82.3 degrees. Great weather is back and so is the bite. ​ For great fun, on the east side of the s more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-05-28
8:01 AM

Oh Boy Alberto - CAPE CORAL FISHING REPORT: by Captain Russ Walker Week ending May 26th, 2018 ​ Water Temp in the inter-coastal @ 80.4 degrees. ​ Weather was tough this week with rain coming in ahead of tropical storm Alberto forming in the Gu more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-05-12
2:21 PM

Holy Mackerel and Trout too of course - We caught over 90 fish today including 15 super nice Mackerels. A great day out with Jay and Michael from Virginia. Inside Pine Island sound, Captiva bay, yet west of marker 54, the water is translucent green to turquoise blue and the grass flats are more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral


2018-04-29
12:01 PM

Gotta Love This Place - NOTICE: TARPON FISHING SEMINAR by Captain Russ Walker of TWC Thursday, May 17th, @ West Marine Punta Gorda, 5:00 PM. Free to Public CAPE CORAL FISHING REPORT: Week ending April 21, 2018 ​ Water Temp: 78 degrees. Windy conditions this past more...
Capt. Russ Walker - Cape Coral

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