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Naples Fishing Reports

8:26 AM

Snook fishing is on fire! - My apologies for not updating my report in some time... I took a few weeks to catch up on some personal fishing time, which seems to happen less & less lately. The last few weeks have been busy with Snook trips, and the line-siders have not disa more...
Capt. Geoff Crouse - Naples

7:35 AM

May Fishing Offers Quality in Naples Backwaters - One of our favorite months to fish here in SW Florida, May has not disappointed so far. This is THE month to tackle some of the biggest, fiercest shallow water gamefish that the inshore waters have to offer. Tarpon, snook and redfish have all been b more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

8:49 AM

Full on Action in Naples Backwaters! - My last couple reports mentioned spring transiton. Well that's over with and no matter what species you want to tackle, it's on right now! With water temperatures now holding around 85, fishing has gotten very consistent. Big tarpon, monster more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

9:51 PM

Just Name Your Target in April - April fishing continues to shine with steady action from everything that swims along with some giant fish being caught. Snook, tarpon, sharks and redfish are the big headliners with some of the largest snook of the year being released. Tarpon are n more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

8:25 AM

Backwater and nearshore bite has been fantastic! - Whether you wish to explore mangrove shorelines, or fish on the outside, you will not be disappointed. Big Snook, Drum,Reds have all been making a showing the last few weeks, and they've been hungry! I've also had several good reports of big Snoo more...
Capt. Geoff Crouse - Naples

6:08 PM

April Fishing - Fishing in Naples has been great with large snook and redfish catches. Finding bait has been the challenge but once you get it these fish are very hungry. The pompano bite has also stayed solid in the passes and beaches. Look for things to change more...
Capt. Joey Benko - Naples

10:55 AM

Big Snook and Redfish Make Anglers Happy - We are enjoying the continuation of the spring warm up with water temperatures now reaching 80 degrees. Snook are showing up all over the backwaters and are staging along the mangrove shorlines as well as near the passes now. Live sardines have more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

8:47 AM

March has been more about catching fish than fishing for them. - The March bite has been off the charts! Every day has brought something new to not only my clients, but to me personally. I have been fortunate to be able to claim some new personal bests on my boat. My first new boat record was set this month by more...
Capt. Geoff Crouse - Naples

8:49 AM

A Taste of Spring on the Fishing Scene - Well, a relatively cold February is behind us and so far, March is spoiling us with warmer temperatures and calm winds. Water temps had spiked in the backwaters to 76 degrees by the end of last week triggering a flurry of action like I have not had more...
Capt. Todd Geroy - Naples

9:45 AM

Snook bite picking up - As we transition into spring, we are seeing less of those pesky winter fronts that brought all of those nasty winds and cooler water temps. This has, in turn, brought about a welcome change to the Snook fishing. The most noteable change being more more...
Capt. Geoff Crouse - Naples

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