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Regional Fishing Reports for:
Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande)


2008-06-22
1:02 PM

Summer Weather Heats Up Tarpon and Snook Fishing - Summer and soaring heat is upon us. Fishing has been good to spectacular. The mornings this past week have been still and the water has been glassy. Small to medium sized tarpon have been in many unexpected places and are willing to take a fly, lure, more...
Capt. Matt Hoover - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-06-20
1:48 PM

Inshore Yields Good Variety-Mostly Porgies & Yellowtail Gulfside - Monday, 6/16, I fished central Estero Bay with Scott Heiss, his brother, Steve Heiss, their dad, Jerry Heiss, and Scott's ten-year-old son, Nicholas. We had a good morning of fishing with live shrimp along the tree lines. Nicholas caught the biggest more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2008-06-18
8:07 AM

Typical Summer Daze - Well summer is finally upon us now. The humidity, heat, and bugs are here like they should be as well as the good fishing that goes along the summer. Empty waters and hungry fish are there for the taking, as long as you are on the water by sun up. more...
Capt. Jeff Legutki - Ten Thousand Islands


2008-06-17
6:23 PM

Another Great Tarpon Season - Tarpon Fishing has continued to be good in Boca Grande. However the pattern has been different than years past. The tarpon have staged in slightly different areas and established different lanes of movement. This pattern has caused confusion among so more...
Capt. Andy Boyette - Boca Grande


2008-06-17
5:18 PM

This weeks fishing Report for the Naples and Marco areas inshore - Fishing this week has been unbelievable. What ever you want to catch it is out there. Snook, Tarpon, and even the elusive Redfish. Fishing the passes to the back country has been producing nice Snook on both bait or fly this week. The beaches f more...
Capt. Roan zumFelde - Naples


2008-06-14
1:27 PM

Hogfish, Yellowtail Mangrove Snapper & Sharks Offshore-Bay Reds - In celebration of Harry's birthday, brothers Grant and Harry Kurtz, along with friends Joe and Thais Allen, fished with me Monday morning, 6/9,seventeen miles west of New Pass. The Spanish mackerel bite was strong and we free-lined shrimp for those, more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2008-06-14
7:42 AM

Things are slow all over! - Sorry! There is no fishing report for Pine Island Sound for the week ending 6/14/08. more...
Capt. Butch Rickey - Pine Island Sound


2008-06-13
11:32 PM

tarpon are here! - Another busy week of good fishing. 6-13-08 We did look for some variety the First of the week but tarpon fishing is still prime time. Monday we went scouting and to try and get some new photos. We found plenty of tarpon but lots of boats too. more...
Capt. Van Hubbard - Boca Grande


2008-06-11
9:18 PM

Out of Pocket for 2 Weeks - I need a vacation. GiddyUp! more...
Capt. John GiddyUp-Bunch - Fort Myers


2008-06-08
8:09 AM

Lots of Action - Summer fishing patterns are in full swing. Tarpon are on the beach, sharks are all over, permit, cobia, and cuda are on the wrekcs. Lots of trout action in the bay. Inshore / Backcountry We are finding baby tarpon by the bridges up to 50 pounds a more...
Capt. Rick Featherstone - Fort Myers

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