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Matlacha Fishing Reports

1:23 PM

13 Sep 2016 Reds are on fire! - 13 Sep 2016 Reds are on fire! Since my last report and the tropical low later known as Hurricane Hermine passed, fishing has been great. Red fish are out in force averaging from 25 to 30 plus inches. Snook are biting on the incoming tide on the fl more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

2:34 PM

Get out early before it's too hot! - 24 Aug 2016 Get out early before it's too hot! August has been darn good for fishing. Reds have been out on the flats schooling on an incoming tide in Matlacha and Pine Island sound and I'e been catching them on white bait, Pins and cut ladysfish. more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

4:52 PM

Get out there early before the water temps hit 90 - 2 Aug 2016 Fishing is good if you're out early or late but not in between. Red fish, snook, snapper and trout are all biting on the later part of incoming and beginning to mid on the outgoing. I've been getting out early in the morning and gett more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

6:29 PM

21 July 16 - 21 July 16 Sorry I haven't written a report in 2 months I have had a lot going on taking care of family and fishing. So with that being said here I go. The last 3 weeks I've been fishing Pine Island sound North and south and in between. During thi more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

4:44 PM

Water getting clearer fish moving back in. - 19 May 2016 The last two weeks of fishing has had its ups and downs thanks to the cold front that came through that pushed everything into deep water or even offshore for several days until the water temp flattened out. Huge snook are being caught s more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

12:56 PM

Fishing just keeps getting better! - May 2, 2016 Since my last report fishing is AWESOME! Snook season closed April 30th and my clients had their share of them and 90% were released to be caught again. Redfishing is going good at this time. When I am targeting them it has been on the t more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

7:13 PM

13 Apr 16 Fishing is great in Matlacha! - 13 April 2016 Over the last month everything has been biting form reds, snook, trout, mangrove snapper and so on. All were caught on shrimp and only twice was snook caught on green backs. All were either caught on man-made structure or oyster beds, more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

9:18 PM

6 Mar 2016 - 6 Mar 2016 Continued fronts moving through & low salinity levels Since my last report I have had some really awesome days fishing, good days fishing and some days I should have stayed home. Well, as the weather warms up the fishing should get much more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

8:38 AM

Fishing the fronts - 15 February 2016 Fishing the fronts These first two weeks of February have been a challenge to find the fish. With what seems to be a cold front or storm every other day or two days changes up the bite of the fish. On the cold mornings I have been more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

7:17 PM

29 Jan 2016 It's Cold outside! - 29 Jan 2016 It's cold outside! The last two weeks fishing with cold fronts coming through and windy days following has definitely slow the red fish bite down and pretty much everything else. With that being said, the bait fish are gone that I say e more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

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