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Windy But Good Fishing

By |December 1st, 2015|

  With over a week of winds pushing hard from the North East it took awhile for the water to get back into Estero bay, but when it did the fish were biting. Redfishing although not stellar still worked out when soaking cut baits and shrimp on jigs around mangrove shorelines and oyster bars. Trout [...]

Snook report

By |November 9th, 2013|

Snook fishing's been very steady this last month with waters clearing up after all the lake Okeechobee water being dumped. Fish are starting there track back in from the reefs and wrecks to there winter haunts. I recommend fishing canals that have saltwater access points, fishing your local seawalls and docks and of course mangrove [...]

Grouper getting

By |September 22nd, 2013|

Trolling the crab buoys takes skill but whats down there starring at them is well worth it. Instead of jigging or chumming up an area try trolling. Using big plugs that get down deep can be very effective. In general stone crabbers put there traps on hard bottom often near ledges or drops. These are [...]

Triple tail time

By |September 11th, 2013|

Triple tail will be in full swing come October once all the  stone crab traps are dropped from Flamingo to Gasparilla. Even though the majority of the fish you'll see will only be in the 15" range, you can find good fish in the 6-10# class on occasion. Often many fish will pile up in [...]

Calm days offer options

By |August 20th, 2013|

With all the fresh water flushing down the caloosahatchee, calm days offer up distant runs that can put you into water less stressed.The massive dumping Ft Myers and Cape Coral have been receiving the last month  from our Lake Okeechobee water release, has pushed the fish to cleaner pastures. Running away from the brown and [...]

How to measure that snook

By |August 15th, 2013|

Well the time has come and West coast snook season is upon us. It will be Important to every angler to review exactly what our local FWC will be expecting upon your return to the ramp. A pinched tail measurement is exactly what it means. When you place that fishes snout right at the zero [...]

Fresh water snook fishing

By |August 12th, 2013|

With all this fresh water flushing down the Caloosahatchee river, things have been tougher the last few weeks. There are still snook patrolling the beaches and I would recommend running away from the brown fresh water till you find something that resembles salty water. Often as you run North, South, or West you will see [...]

Redfish in dirty water

By |July 8th, 2013|

Redfish seem to be staying on the prowl during all this fresh water run off. Lake Okeechobee has been dumping fresh water down that looks like 7-11 coffee. If you put your time in throwing top water early in the morning, or a Cajin thunder/ DOA combo, you've got a great chance to run into [...]

Snook Rigging

By |June 30th, 2013|

Rigging yourself up with the proper equipment and set up is crucial in getting a trophy snook to your boat. Often a beginner will be able to find some bait and find some big snook hanging out in an area. However when that hog decides to eat, what you already have in place may be [...]