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Naples Backcountry Fishing Charters | Latest Report

Late season cool (not really) front moved in meaning winds from the NW screwing up the coastal and beach tarpon fishing but managed a nice estimated 100# tarpon in the backcountry of Naples today. Great job Eric Mooney and a great beautiful hard-fighting tarpon. May & June are my favorite months of the year to

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Naples & Marco Island Fishing Report

It’s been a stellar week fishing in the Naples Marco Island area in lieu of the windy days. Some days it blew south and some north but we made it work. The strong incoming in the mornings and hard falling tides in the afternoons, leading up to the full moon today, has contributed to the

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Backcountry fishing Report for naples

Snook, redfish, tarpon, sharks, speckled sea trout and nice snapper describe the fishing this past week here in the Naples area. Overall a great week with a couple slow periods during the higher tides in the afternoons. We’re in a SW flow with winds 10-20 mph the next few days so bait may be tough to

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Naples Fishing Report – Sharks

Fished new clients Erika Ford and Brad Schofield today. Brad is a crappie fisherman from Illinois. He wanted to catch his first shark so we caught a bunch of snook and jacks first to have some action then went sharking’. Brad quickly learned how to pump a big fish and battled this 70# black tip

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Naples Florida Backcountry Fishing Report

Another good week fishing the backcountry in Naples in lieu of some tough conditions. The wind blew hard for a few days mid week behind the approaching front. We were able to get in the lee of some islands and also fish downwind. Long time client and friend John Wittemore battled and landed a feisty

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Naples Family Fun Fishing Charters

Another great week of Naples fishing charters in the backcountry saltwater estuaries of SW Florida. The water has cleared after the recent cold front and is pushing the high 70’s. Tarpon and sharks continue to lurk in specific backcountry bays and are being caught on cut bait. Snook are in the backcountry as well as

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