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Capt. Tim Daugherty
April 27, 2021
Marco Island - Saltwater Fishing Report

It's been one windy April on record . We have had some great weeks of light winds but for the most part it's been Blowing just about every week . I am ready for the hot ,humid & buggy weather to settle in and really fire up this fishery !!! The backcountry and inshore fishing around the Naples and Marco island areas have been full of action . Snook , sea trout , and redfish have been chewing good on the mornings hard incoming tides . One of my favorite ways to get these fish into a crazy feeding mode is to Chum heavy . All this means it to take bat (chum bat) fulls of pilchards and sling them close to the shorelines you are fishing . Watch for fish to explode on the fleeing baits and just cast close to where you saw the blow up and hold on. Also this chumming will draw out fish, that were deeper in the mangroves to come out and join the party. It's a great way to get the action fired up !!! Looking forward to more great fishing in May .

Capt. Tim Daugherty
www.fishthesalt.com
(239) 280-8138

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741 12th Ave NW
Naples, FL 34120
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