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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Conant


2019-12-01
10:58 AM

1 Dec 2019 December fishing is Great! - 1 Dec 2019 December fishing is Great! Despite red tide being in the area fishing is pretty darn good and impacts have been minimal. I have been fishing in Pine Island Sound, Matlacha and North side of Charlotte Harbor. I've seen minimal dead fish more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-11-15
9:23 AM

15 November 2019 Red fish on fire is carrying over from Oct - 15 November 2019 Reds on fire is carrying over from Oct Since my last report I've not been out as much as normal. From shoulder surgery to seeing my son graduate Infantry school and Airborne school around Thanksgiving, I've been traveling or laid u more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-10-18
12:20 PM

18 October 2019 October fishing is on Fire! And jerks are on the - 18 October 2019 October fishing is on Fire! And jerks are on the water. This month has been fantastic for fishing. Red fish are on fire everywhere. Jacks are tearing up the flats and trout and ladyfish popping bait pods everywhere and sharks cleani more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-09-27
11:03 AM

27 September 2019 Reds are schooling - 27 September 2019 Reds are schooling A lot of scouting and exploring. Red fish have been schooling pretty darn good lately. Big bulls are closer to the passes while nice slot sizes are everywhere else. This last week I have seen a lot of Jack C more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-09-05
8:30 PM

5 Sep 2019 Red fish are turned on! - 5 Sep 2019 Red fish are turned on! Well my guiding season has ground to a dead slow pace but there is good news. The Red fish bite is great in Pine Island sound, Matlacha pass and all around Charlotte Harbor. I am back to using cut bait (mullet and more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-07-07
11:16 AM

June and July 2019 - June & July 2019 I've been pretty busy the last two months between guiding and a two week vacation for myself and family at Yellowstone. Good news, bait is everywhere! Small 1-2, medium 3 and large 4+ threadfins in different schools and only more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-05-12
12:34 PM

12 May 2019 Spring and great fishing! - 12 May 2019 Spring and great fishing! Sorry I haven't reported in quite a while. I have been so busy having a banner year fishing with clients and now I just slowed down dramatically now that season is over. As far as fishing is concerned IT'S GRE more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-02-25
11:43 AM

Catching bait - 25 February 2019 Bait is Back! Since my last report I have been pulling two per day trips and have been exhausted catching sheepshead and trout. But the bait has started its way back in and this is great news! With white bait the size of the fish more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2019-01-10
7:07 PM

10 January 2019 Sheepshead is where it's at. - 10 January 2019 Sheepshead is where it's at. December and January seems to be all about the sheepshead and rat reds with some snapper and small trout to even it out. I've been looking for the nice reds in Matlacha and all I've been on are rat reds more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha


2018-11-24
1:21 PM

24 November 2018 Inshore bite is on fire! - 24 November 2018 Inshore bite is on fire! This month fishing has been on fire! Gator trout and snapper on colder days with slower tides. Snook and Reds on good moving tides mostly incoming. Trout: I'm using popping corks with shrimp in 3 to 5 feet more...
Capt. Jim Conant - Matlacha

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