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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Angius


2018-12-04
3:08 AM

Estero Bay: Redfish - Sheepshead - Snook - Jacks - This past week the fishing has been fairly consistent in Estero. Bait has been lurking the beach, but shrimp hasn't let me down on a trip. Free lined white baits and shrimp with a pinch weight seem to prove successful. There are big fish around b more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2018-10-24
1:25 AM

Estero Bay: Tripletail - Redfish - Sheepshead - Estero has been producing high quality fish in the backwaters and even better action out in the Gulf. Shrimp has been my go to bait but there's plenty of pilchards and mullet off of the beaches. Tripletail are starting to show up in numbers and makes more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2018-09-24
11:49 PM

Estero Bay - Pine Island - Marco Island - The past several weeks I've been trailering the boat to different fishing locations. This gave me a good gauge on what the water quality is really like and what fish were feeding in those areas. All three areas that I have fished produced quality gam more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2018-06-19
12:56 PM

Early Morning Snook & Evening Tarpon - Early in the morning anglers have a choice of fishing for large tarpon out in the Gulf or hunt for snook along the beach. This is the best time to fish the beaches because the sun wont cast your shadow on the schools of snook. Large live baits are ke more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2018-04-06
6:35 PM

Productive Fishing All Week with Pictures! - This past week on all of my charters there was non-stop action. Almost every single fishing spot we stopped at produced a lot of quality fish. Bait was plentiful, water temperatures were up, and the strong full moon incoming tide made the fish hungry more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2018-03-09
4:14 PM

Estero Bay: Consistent Bite - Before the harsh wind came through, bait was sufficient and of good quality. Having good bait would trigger an awesome snook and jack bite. Now I have switched back to shrimp which has given me opportunities to catch pompano, sharks, trout, redfish, more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2018-01-19
4:24 AM

Consistent Bite in Estero Bay - With the water temperatures being so low, live shrimp have been my go-to bait. Fishing around oyster bars, mud bars, and mangroves with deep ledges has proven well. The most important factor this week is moving water. Id find myself in one area with more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2017-11-23
6:34 PM

Estero Sheepshead - Redfish - Black Drum & More - The past few weeks in Estero Bay has been on fire, despite the small front that came through last weekend. Pilchards and threadfin have been all around out in the Gulf, which has produced a successful bite. My go-to bait this time of the year is live more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2017-10-13
4:17 PM

Big Fish and Rare Shells - On Monday morning my client and I were in search of snook and tarpon. His girlfriend was left to shelling on the beach while we fished. That day we landed over 15 snook and jumped 4 tarpon; landing the one. When we picked up his girlfriend she had A more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay


2017-09-23
6:26 PM

Estero Bay Update: Post Hurricane Irma - Fishing in Estero Bay has been fantastic after hurricane Irma passed through. A ton of snook are in the backwaters along with juvenile tarpon. The water quality in the backwaters is not the best, but the fish are still feeding. Though beachgoers are more...
Capt. Joe Angius - Estero Bay

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