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Snook and Redfish are Moving in the Creeks!

Capt. Scott Theis
January 3, 2014
Fort Myers - Saltwater Fishing Report

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The past couple of weeks fishing the creeks have paid off. As the water temps drop the fish start moving back in the creeks and canals. The cold fronts are getting stronger so start fishing further in the backcountry. Work the areas slow until you find the deeper holes. There are a few different ways to target these fish(live bait, artificials and cut shrimp). You can freeline white bait or use popping corks or a 1/4oz jighead with a piece of cut shrimp. If artificials is what you like then throw a shrimp pattern or paddletails with a 3/8oz red jighead and retrieve it slow.

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Entice Charters
Capt. Scott Theis
(954)242-5922
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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
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