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Fishing Reports

Naples Marco Island Fishing Report Feb. 7, 2020

Fishing in Naples and the Marco Island area has been typical for mid winter. I’m catching good numbers of fish and a wide variety of species. Snook, redfish, pompano, speckled sea trout are the main targets with many other species mixed in, some odd including mangrove snapper, bluefish, mackerel, sheepshead, bonita, triple tail, jacks, batfish,

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Naples/Marco Island Fishing report Nov. 4, 2019

The weather has finally cooled after an extended summer. Fishing was great this past summer with plenty of snook, tarpon and redfish. The reds seem to come and go over the years but the’ve been around for the last couple years, most of the ones we’re catching are keepers, in the 18-27″ range, nice fish. As

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Spring has sprung!

Tarpon are starting to show and the fishing in Naples and Southwest Florida has been very good the past few weeks. A very warm balmy February has kept the water in the mid 70’s. During the winter months I tell my clients we don’t typically catch a lot of big fish so our goal is

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Naples Marco Island Fishing Report Nov. 1, 2018

Fishing has been great the past few weeks. There are still some snook sneaking around the passes and adjacent bays, redfish have been prevalent the past two months  and pompano, trout, snapper are fishing well plus a few tarpon will be cruising the flats the next few weeks. Snook fishing has been good, the linesiders

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Naples Marco Island Fishing Report February 20, 2018

February has been unseasonable warm with zero cold fronts and the forecast is for the warm weather to continue for the rest of the month. The water in the backcountry is in the high 70’s so consequently tarpon and sharks have shown up. The tarpon fishing is not as good as it will be in

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March 5, 2017 – Naples Marco Island Fishing Report

Spring is hear in Southwest Florida. Signs include the arrival of the Swallow Tailed Kites and Purple Martins which I’ve spotted both this week, I’m sure exhausted from their long flight from Brazil. Manatees are becoming more prevalent and…tarpon and sharks have started to show in the backcountry! Fishing has been hot and cold which

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