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Southwest Florida - Naples, Marco, 10,000 Islands

Capt. Jeff Legutki
March 13, 2007
Ten Thousand Islands - Saltwater Fishing Report

Tarpon are in full swing!

The season has finally started to blow up!

Tarpon are flooding the islands as you read report! Big tarpon over a hundred pounds waiting for a well presented cast. If you can't double haul you WILL have problems. Then again, a six foot fish laying motionless in 2 feet of water can make the best casters crumble, I have seen it numerous times and thats why we all love to do it!

Snook are also really aggressive right now along with red fish. And the trout being taken right now are large in the mid 20's and thick. This is a great time to achieve a grand slam and should last through May.

Do not hesitate to call if you would like to experience one of the greatest fishing adventures in the United States. Season is in full swing and if you wait to long to call you just might have to wait until next year.

Until my next report, Tight lines and screaming drags to all!

Capt. Jeff Legutki

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Come fish the 10,000 Islands and the Everglades National Park for tarpon, snook, red fish and more with either flyrods or light tackle. All artificial no live bait, geared for two anglers. Fly through the shallows in a Hellsbay Whipray. Fishing with the finest equiptment like Sage fly rods and Bauer reels or St. Croix spin rods and Quantum reels. Sight fishing is my passion! Target the toughest saltwater species in mere inches of water and fool them into eating year round.

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Anglers Addiction Guide Service
1229 Lake Shore Dr.
Naples, FL 34103
Phone: 239-293-1664
Alt. Phone: 239-293-1664
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