Fall is here! The bite is as strong!
Октябрь 06, 2016 Naples 6 Фотографии
Fall is officially here, although not much has changed with the weather or the fishing. We continue to get out as early as possible to beat the heat, and find many hungry fish ready to eat. Redfish, snook, mangrove snapper, jack crevalle, and juvenile tarpon are all being caught on nearly every trip! Snook are still one of the more common catches, as they are for most of the warmer months, anglers can expect to catch 10-20 snook in a morning trip. Our average snook is around 20 inches long, with the occasional large fish at 30+ inches. Redfish continue to impress anglers on a daily basis. As the numbers of redfish in the area at their highest this time of year, and they aren't small! The smallest fish caught in the last month was around 22 inches, and most of the others are 25-33 inches long.
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STILL OPEN For Business during COVID-19!
Апрель 15, 2020
As we approach arguably the best time of year to be out fishing in SW Florida, the Coronavirus has stopped business dead in its tracks. First, let me say that I am still open for business, the fishing has been great, and I am taking every precaution to keep myself and my clients healthy and safe. The open waterways and fresh air you experience while out fishing might just be one of the best and safest places to be during this pandemic! With all that said, the few trips I have been fortunate enough to keep on the schedule have been nothing short of spectacular! Snook, redfish, tarpon, sharks, big jack crevalle, goliath grouper, and mangrove snapper have all been biting very well, especially on days when the tides are strongest.
Up to 15 SPECIES Caught in a Morning!
Январь 23, 2020
January 23, 2020 We've finally gotten a touch of winter weather over the last couple months here in Naples, with a handful of cold fronts coming through, and ever changing wind patterns. The cooler water has pushed many fish deeper into the backwaters. On days when the water is colder, fishing shrimp close to the bottom in deeper creeks and channel edges has produced black drum, snapper, redfish, and sheepshead. In between the fronts, the water gets a chance to warm back up and we will fish with live baitfish. Focusing on the mouths of the creeks, and shallower shorelines has produced snook, jacks, redfish, and snappers as well.
Action as HOT as the Weather!!
Август 13, 2019
Summer fishing has been just as hot as the weather! Business has been much better this summer, with no red tide or hurricanes so far this year, clients are enjoying some great fishing action! With the heat index getting well over 100 degrees most days, it's crucial to get out as early as possible before the water heats up. The first few hours of daylight have provided the best fishing action southwest Florida can offer! Recent morning trips have produced 40-50 snook, 5-10 redfish, along with snapper and jacks mixed in!
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