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Chokoloskee Fishing Reports

12:16 PM

September fishing in the Everglades National Park - September will be the last HOT and rainy month of the summer here in the Everglades National Park. Day time air temperatures will average around 91. Water temps will hover around 86. Typical to our summer months, September heats up so much by mid day more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Chokoloskee

9:09 AM

July Fishing in Chokoloskee and the Everglades National Park - Here in the Ten Thousand Islands, the weather in July is somewhat predictable, as are the fishing patterns. Expect the bite to drop off during the mid day heat and slack tides. The bite is early in the day, and again late in the afternoon/early eveni more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Chokoloskee

8:21 AM

October fishing in the 10000 islands - It may not feel like it just yet, but our first fall month is upon us, and the daily rains will start to diminish throughout the month. It will still be hot out there, but it sure will be nice to see the change of seasons. October is here and what a more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Chokoloskee

6:58 AM

Seatrout, Black Drum and Sheepshead in the Florida Everglades - Temperatures were seasonal through December with most days in the mid seventies. Despite that, the water temperatures dropped into the mid sixties and low seventies. The first week of the New Year, things have warmed up considerably and the water was more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee

6:54 PM

December fishing out of Everglades City & Chokoloskee - Each December we see some major changes to our local fishery. Around the middle of the month, we typically see our first major cold front come rolling through. We have already seen a few minor cold fronts come through in November which brought the ni more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Chokoloskee

7:27 AM

Chokoloskee Report 11/15/12 - I just had out Lee Weiss from Ft Lauderdale and his Two friends Nick and Per from Sweden. After a few throws of the cast net we were headed into the back country to see who was hungry for some live Pilchards. We fished just the incoming tide and the more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Chokoloskee

5:57 PM

Snook Snook and More Snook - Had a great 2 days of fishing with david. On the 1st day,We were in the backcountry all day and caught too many snook too count. On the 2nd. day,We started in Big Cypress and did really well with the smaller snook and the moved to the outside,offsh more...
Capt. Bert Barkus - Chokoloskee

6:10 PM

Fishing is HOT down in the Everglades - The air temperature is HOT and the water temperature Hot, but the fish down here in the Everglades are still biting. My parties for the past two weeks have caught redfish, snook, seatrout, permit and cobia. Inshore the snook and redfish bite is gr more...
Capt. Herb Kehoe - Chokoloskee

9:03 AM

January fishing in Chokoloskee - January is typically our coolest month of the year. The days when the fronts are absent, the sun is shining, and the thermometer gets up into the mid 70's, can make for some awesome fishing! January is another month that you should keep an eye on y more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Chokoloskee

11:16 PM

October Fishing in Chokoloskee - With all of that tropical storm activity that has been going on out there, it's nice to see the change of seasons. It seemed as though summer would last forever. October is here and what a great month it is to fish the 10,000 Islands! Our day time ai more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Chokoloskee

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