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Ft. Myers Back Bays and Nearshore Wrecks Fishing Report!

Capt. Scott Theis
January 18, 2015
Fort Myers - Saltwater Fishing Report

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In the back bays the water temps dropped a few degrees with these cold fronts passing through. The good thing is the fish hasn't mind the weather change. Look for creeks and canal systems where the water temps are warmer and this is where you'll find your redfish and snook. There's plenty of whitebait around so get plenty for chumming up the fish. The sheepshead are gathering around the oyster beds and shorelines. Shrimp is the go to bait with small hooks and 20# leader. If trout is what your after look for clean water in 3-4ft on a flat.

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Nearshore wrecks are providing my anglers with good action. Sheepshead and snapper are the main targets with spanish mackeral, pompano and grouper mixed in. Live whitebait or a jighead tipped with shrimp are the bait of choice.

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Entice Charters
Capt. Scott Theis
(954)242-5922
[email protected]

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I specialize in light tackle saltwater fishing in the pristine backbays and nearshore wrecks of Southwest Florida. Whether we're targeting snook, redfish, or trout in the backbays or cobia, permit, shark, grouper, or tarpon on the wrecks. Whether you're a novice or an expert angler, i will take great pride sharing my knowledge and insight to provide my anglers with an enjoyable experience. Kids are always welcomed.

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Entice Charters
8751 Wesleyan Drive @1820
Fort Myers, FL 33919
Phone: 954-242-5922
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