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Fishing Report Naples

Fishing in the Naples Marco Island has been great this week following the full moon on Tuesday. The water in the gulf has cleared and returned to an emerald blue green color after last weeks cold front and associated west winds dirtied the water for a spell. Had the pleasure of fishing Michael and his son Bronson from

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Naples Marco Island Fishing Report

Had a ball the other day catching bonita off the beaches. The water in the gulf has been warm, clear and a blue green color. We were snook fishing in Gordon Pass and I noticed some fish busting off-shore. We headed out to the calm gulf and drifted some baits behind the boats and boom,

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Naples Marco Island Fishing Report

Fishing turned on this past week like it’s April. Bonita showed off the beaches, bull sharks and tarpon showed in the backcountry and bigger snook are being caught. The warm weather combined with clear gulf water plus good tides all added to the great fishing. Charlie Nordahl with his first shark, a nice bull.    

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Naples Marco Island Fishing Report

Fishing in the Naples Marco Island area is starting to turn on. Typically mid winter my goal is to catch lots of fish and lots of species telling my clients not to expect to catch big fish like we do in the warmer months, well, with the unseasonably warm weather we’re having this February signs

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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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