Naples Fishing Report

May Fishing Charter report

Posted by admin on June 13, 2016 in Naples Fishing Report

May is a fantastic month to fish in Naples. My primary focus is on Tarpon during this month but there’s also many other game fish to pursue. There are Snook on the beaches and sea trout and mangrove snapper on almost every piece of structure both inshore and offshore. I’ve had some great Charters lately

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Naples Fishing Charter Update – From Captain Tony

Posted by admin on April 19, 2016 in Naples Fishing Report

Southwest Florida offers many different varieties of fishing depending on the time of year. As a local Naples Fishing Charter, it’s known at certain times we have great tarpon fishing, snook and redfish in the backcountry, grouper and snapper offshore, and a large variety of different pelagic species that inhabit the gulf. Since Southwest Florida

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Big Snook in Naples

Posted by admin on March 30, 2016 in Naples Fishing Report

  March has offered some great opportunities for snook. Snook is one of the most sought after species we target in Naples. They readily take live bait, which I catch each morning before our charter. They can be found on mangrove shorelines, docks, passes and along the beach. Snook are a blast to fish for.

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Fall fishing outlook

Posted by admin on October 18, 2015 in Naples Fishing Report

Fall is upon us in Naples, Florida. The days are shortening and the air and water temperatures are steadily dropping. The changing conditions trigger massive baitfish migrations and closely behind the baitfish is a wide variety of hungry predators. On recent fishing charters I have easily found live pilchards for bait. Pilchards are generally easy

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Techniques used in fishing

Posted by admin on September 28, 2015 in Naples Fishing Report

There are endless techniques used in fishing. Knowing just a few tips and tricks can make a frustrating day on the water into a productive one. The very first thing I suggest you learn is how to acquire live bait. Live bait can make finicky fish bite and catching larger fish more routine on my

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Fishing options

Posted by admin on July 29, 2015 in Naples Fishing Report

Southwest Florida offers a huge variety of gamefish to pursue; from chasing grouper and snapper on the offshore wrecks and reefs, to casting for snook and redfish in the expansive backcountry waters. As the seasons change, so do the fishing opportunities in Naples. These ever changing opportunities are what make my charter service special. When

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Winter Fishing Report

Posted by admin on February 8, 2015 in Naples Fishing Report

My clients and I have been finding great success on recent charters. Departing on our Naples fishing charters we have found mild winter conditions.The fall and winter here in florida are my favorite time of the year to fish in the gulf for Kingfish, grouper and snapper. We typically start our day catching live pilchards

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September fishing report

Posted by admin on October 1, 2014 in Naples Fishing Report

This September I took delivery of my new boat. I now fish Naples out of a 23 Dorado which is a great fishing platform.  The Dorado allows my anglers to stand inside the boat instead of on top of the boat. This allows for superior stability and comfort in all fishing conditions. The backcountry waters

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Tarpon Action Remains Hot

Posted by admin on June 28, 2014 in Naples Fishing Report

What a great Tarpon season this year. I have hooked we over 100 fish this year and Ethan and his family added to the count. We fished two great days together hooking 12 total fish 2 of which were simultaneous (doubled up).

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Marco Island Fishing

Posted by admin on April 29, 2014 in Naples Fishing Report

The spring is a great time to fish for seatrout. Catching seatrout is most easily accomplished by using fresh live bait. I catch fresh bait every morning typically before my clients board. I like to fish deep shore lines and creeks with hard bottom for trout. Trout are usually a heavy schooling fish, once we

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