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Fishing’s Good!

By |June 5th, 2016|

Well fishing's been good the last two weeks. Snook have been top on my list as we've been doing alot of sight casting. Snook are all over from Pine Island, Matlacha, the beaches, and the rivers. Most of the big fish have been taking large baits like threadfins or cigar minnows, but a few nice [...]

Lines are tight in SWFL

By |May 18th, 2016|

It was a great week of fishing! There was definitely plenty of options for lots of different species on all but 2 days this week. Several charters caught up to 16 different kinds of fish as we moved around areas looking for the normal Snook, Redfish, Trout backcountry slam. Flounder up to 20 inches showed [...]

End of April and the bites on!

By |April 30th, 2016|

Another week of stocking tarpon was slowed down a bit with wind in the near shore areas. Deciding if you wanted to go big or go with numbers was more of the decision. Clients that wanted numbers and action were not disappointed as trout, pompano, and a bunch of other fish were plentiful all week. [...]

Plenty of Fishing options

By |April 13th, 2016|

As the wind picked up on most of the days this week, we stayed in the backcountry chasing snook, redfish, trout, etc... However we did get a chance to play in some deeper water twice and picked up a bunch of tripletail, some permit, and an assortment of reef species like snappers, grouper, and some [...]

spring fishing Ftmyers beach

By |April 1st, 2016|

As Spring has sprung it's time to get serious about what your going to target and when your going to do it. Everything is in play, and now that the water temperature is staying in the 70's the pufferfish bite has been excellent, fish up to 12 inches in radius have been caught usually on [...]

Spring Fishing Florida

By |March 25th, 2016|

As the water begins a steady low 70's or greater temperature, life as a fisherman has gotten a whole lot easier! It's all here now from Snook to Tarpon, and weather is the only factor that can make you choose inshore verse offshore. Fishing the backcountry was tough at times weeks past but things are [...]

Spring fishing SWFL

By |March 10th, 2016|

As we begin the transition to Spring fishing, things turned on nicely! Lots of options opened up this past week as water temperatures begin to approach the 70 degree mark. Bait showed up as did the predators that follow it. Over slot redfish could be found on both tides feeding on white bait both free [...]

Redfish, snappers, sheepshead

By |February 24th, 2016|

Good weather kept fishing going. Although we had to be aware of the continued Lake Okeechobee water dumping, when we did find clean water fishing was good. Nearshore the sheepshead, snappers, grouper, and occasional amberjack fishing was excellent. We caught a bunch of gag grouper this week, not in season but a fun bycatch while [...]

Fishings getting better

By |February 19th, 2016|

Finally some nice days brought good fishing! The backcountry bite was pretty good most of the week for redfish, sheepshead, and trout. Redfishing was steady with most trips landing a few each day in the 17-25" size. Redfish continue to eat shrimp tipped jigs on the bottom near mangroves with a few fish caught while [...]