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Shallow Water Wrecks and Back Bay Report!

Capt. Scott Theis
February 20, 2014
Fort Myers - Saltwater Fishing Report

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These warm days were having are making the fish to hop in their spring migrations early. The cobia are starting to camp out on these structures and tarpon are showing up in small pods. Live pilchards ot thread herring will entice the bite. Make sure to work the whole water column from a freeliner to a bait pinned to the bottom. Also, the sheepshead are still around in good numbers. using a jighead with shrimp will get them going.

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The Back Bays are starting to heat up with the warm temperatures. Snook and redfish are moving into the middle parts of the bay. Live pilchards with the last of the incoming tide and the first of the outgoing tide is the way to go.

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