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Estero Bay Fishing Reports

12:09 PM

fishing report for Estero Bay - The word for the week is options, anglers can pick their target species and pretty much catch it. With the bait still on the beaches there are plenty of ways to go about it this week. The backbay redfish bite has been very good with some upper slot more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

9:30 AM

Estero Bay Report - With the a.m bite in the backbay slow with the outgoing tide, the place to go for action is the nearshore reef. There is quite the mixed bag with snapper, sheepshead, Spanish mackerel, grouper, flounder, grunts, ladyfish, and the occasional pompano. more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

8:49 AM

Estero Bay Report - The backbay and nearshore waters are teaming with variety. The grass flats have been producing sea trout, jacks, ladyfish, Spanish mackerel, and even a few pompano. Drifting the grass in 2-5 feet of water near the passes and throwing shrimp/popping more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

1:28 PM

Estero Bay Is Giving Up Some Good Reds - Estero Bay is producing some quality redfish right now, upper slot to over slot fish are on the flats, fishing them with a pilchard under a cork is the go to method. When the tide changes and the fish push up against the trees take the cork off and j more...
Capt. Mark Yimin - Estero Bay

8:46 AM

Estero Bay Report Week Of November 11th - Time for anglers to switch to the Low and Slow technique. Fishing their baits low in the water column and slow across the bottom. As the water cools the fish will not move quickly and won't chance baits as much so changing fishing techniques will more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

7:34 PM

Two Fun Days! - Week ending 11/2/13......... I had three trips scheduled for the week, but early season cold fronts with lots of wind claimed two of them. Was supposed to fish with my good friend Frank Faust Monday and Tuesday, and first trip with Bob Letsinger more...
Capt. Butch Rickey - Estero Bay

1:02 PM

Estero Bay report week of October 24th - As the water temps start to cool off it is time for anglers to switch gears and begin targeting new fish. Sheepshead, snapper, seatrout, and black drum will become the go-to fish for this time of year. Try downsizing your hooks for the stripped con more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

5:56 PM

Estero Bay Report - With the afternoon high tides this week it is best to get out early and take advantage of the quality incoming tides. This is a good time to fish the mangroves for redfish and snook using live bait or artificial's. If artificial's are your thing an more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

1:49 PM

Estero Bay Report Sept 23rd - The fishing in and around Estero Bay continues to be really good. The backbay bite is focused on snook, redfish, and snapper right now. The snook are feeding well on free lined white bait or pinfish on 3/0 circle hooks fished around the floating do more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

10:22 AM

Estero Bay report - The word for the week is redfish. While everyone is still chasing snook round the redfish bite is crazy good. The reds continue to school up and are moving in and around the mullet schools. Find the mullet and you will find the reds. If artificia more...
Capt. Jon Fetter - Estero Bay

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