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Everglades City Fishing Reports


2011-09-04
10:49 PM

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


2011-07-09
11:14 AM

July Fishing in the Eveglades National Park - Here in the Everglades National Park, the weather in July is fairly predictable, as are the fishing patterns. Day time air temperatures are now hovering around 92 degrees each day, bringing the water temperatures up to 87 degrees. Storms are beginn more...
Capt. Brandon Acosta - Everglades City


2011-07-06
10:12 PM

Great Fishing in Everglades National Park/10,000 Islands - Capt Becky is back in full swing down in Everglades City after being up in Boca Grande for a short nice season, full of great tarpon fishing, time spent with new friends, and a great tournament team I am already missing. I have already started tak more...
Capt. Becky Campbell - Everglades City


2010-12-26
10:03 AM

559 Days - According to the e-mail I received yesterday from CyberAngler headquarters in Miami, it's been 559 days since my last fishing report. And although this off season was a little slower than most, I have managed to fish a few days out of the last 559 .. more...
Capt. William Faulkner - Everglades City


2010-12-07
1:03 PM

Fishing is Great - Fishing Report for Dec 2010 redfish-redfish-redfish Summer is defiantly over as the hot days are gone until next year. Today as I write this the wind is calm, the high was 77 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. Nice day on the water? you more...
Capt. Becky Campbell - Everglades City


2010-06-03
4:59 PM

Fishing and the Oil Spill - Oil Spill....seems to be on everybody's mind lately and so it should. Has it affected the Everglades? NO Can we smell the oil? NO Can we see it on the water? NO Is it effecting the fishing? NO Remember Florida is a long way from Louisi more...
Capt. Becky Campbell - Everglades City


2010-05-16
1:38 PM

Everglades - Great Fishing - Fishing is good here in the Everglades National Park. Tarpon are finally here and seem to be everywhere....in the passes, on the flats, along the beaches...everwhere. If you want to catch one of these Big guys, they will put you to your max...s more...
Capt. Becky Campbell - Everglades City


2010-04-23
11:58 AM

Permit caught while fishing on the flats - Summer fishing can be great...and it is, with nice catches of Redfish, Trout, Snook, Permit, Mackerel, Bluefish, Tarpon... The weather is nice also with temps in the low 80s. The afternoon rain hasn't started yet, but are sure to come. Bait more...
Capt. Becky Campbell - Everglades City


2010-02-01
1:02 PM

Everglades Fishing is good after the Cold Blast - Okay here were go.....It has been one heck of a ride with the cold weather we had here in South Florida. We actually beat records set back in 1927. Okay that's a long time ago, so what do we do now. Well, Mother Nature can be really cruel sometimes a more...
Capt. Becky Campbell - Everglades City


2009-07-26
1:33 PM

Everglades City & Chokoloskee - Sight Fishing - Inshore/Backcountry The summer's been very hot so the water temperature's between in some area has been over 90 degrees. The unusually persistent southwest winds drive the cooling thunderstorms inland. I am ready for some lightning!! The hig more...
Capt. Charles Wright - Everglades City

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