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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Conant


2018-07-07
11:05 AM

Bad water fishing - 7 July 2018 Bad water fishing With the release of the Okeechobee reservoir the waters out here have turned ugly. Fish kills in areas and now green algae on top of a prolonged red tide have made fishing difficult to say the least. Thank god it ha more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-06-05
3:19 PM

5 jun 2018 Reds are firing back up! - 5 June 2018 Reds are firing back up! Reds have fired back up in Pine Island sound and Matlacha and even catching on slack tides. I've been using cut pins as bait and live ones for snook. The snook are biting great but no longer in season and I hav more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-05-16
3:06 PM

16 May 2018 - 16 May 2018 High Tides With summer upon us with southerly winds and higher tides it is time for some great catches. Now that business has slowed down for summer and hot days the fishing is getting better and easier. This week's rain and winds is f more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-04-08
1:04 PM

8 April 2018 Fish turning on and off - 8 April 2018 Fish turning on and off I've been trying to wrap my head around the bite the last two months and I don't think my head is that wide. While out with my clients fishing one day I'm on fire and the next 2 we are catching low numbers of ke more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-03-27
9:05 PM

Reds Snook and Gator trout - 27 March 2018 Reds Snook and Gator trout Fishing has been getting better and then slacks a little on each front that has come through this month. The water is warming up finally and hopefully the cold air masses are behind us. Last week I had some more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-03-10
6:13 PM

10 March 2018 What turns a bite off? Cold fronts and a NE wind! - 10 March 2018 What turns a bite off? Cold fronts and a NE wind! With this latest couple fronts the water temp dropped almost 15 degrees right at the beginning of snook season. But thank God that is over with today's front. Tomorrow we'll start havi more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-02-17
8:43 PM

17 Feb 2018 It's getting warmer and the fishing even Hotter! - 17 Feb 2018 It's getting warmer and the fishing even Hotter! Sorry I haven't written a report in a while I've been fishing every day since my last report and have been exhausted when I get home after getting the boat and gear ready for the next day more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-01-15
9:48 AM

15 January 2018 Still Cold and Windy! - 15 January 2018 Still Cold and Windy! Since my report last week I can no longer do any rescheduling and am fishing in this cold windy weather and still getting on fish with keepers going on the dinner table for my clients. I had clients out yest more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-01-07
7:45 PM

7 January 2018 It was COLD! - 7 January 2018 It was COLD! Thank God this cold spell is almost over. Had clients adamant about going out in the cold with air temps in the low 50's and I couldn't talk them out of it. Totally changed my fishing tactics and species. Sheepshead and more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2017-12-15
6:00 PM

15 Dec 17 Water is cold,slow it down fish still bite. - 15 Dec 17 What a refreshing cold front that has come through our area. NOT! As with any strong cold front with high winds that last for days it is going to affect fishing. I was out today for the first day since the front has come through and the wa more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

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