Spring is fast approaching and the signs are everywhere. Swallowtail kites are cruising the tree tops, purple martins have showed with their unique call, white pelicans have been soaring and circling as they migrate north, the ospreys chicks are hatching and I’ve started to see manatees cruising the grassy shallows.
So the transition into spring fishing is underway. With more bait showing up, we’re starting to catch more snook and reds, I’ve seen a couple tarpon lately and their numbers will increase and backcountry sharks will not be far behind.
It is a busy time of year so call ahead to schedule your trip plus we can pick the best tides.
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Love all the pics! Looking to schedule a trip with my dad soon when he is in the area. Just need to nail down his time frame here so I can take some time away from my business. https://www.cityplumbersnaplesfl.com