Fishing Blog

3 Interesting Facts About Sailfish

Posted by support@seomechanic.com on August 3, 2017 in Fishing Tips

One of the most well-known fish are sailfish. They’re very popular when it comes to sport fishing because they are very challenging to catch, even when you’re an experienced angler. There isn’t a lot that is known about sailfish other than the observations from fisherman. Because this fish has been overfished, their numbers have declined

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Freshwater vs Saltwater Fishing

Posted by support@seomechanic.com on June 29, 2017 in Fishing Tips

There is a debate about saltwater vs freshwater, and it’s been going on for a long time. You’re going to get a lot of mixed answers from blogs and forums. It’s really different when you fish in saltwater than when you fish in freshwater, so you’ll need different equipment. Here’s some information about each type

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A Guide to Fishing for Tarpon in Florida

Posted by Capt. Tony Fontana on May 18, 2017 in Fishing Tips

Tarpon are some of the most popular fish in Florida. This fish is known all throughout Florida, and it can jump as far as 10 feet from the water and rattles its gills, so it sounds like a rattlesnake. They can become very big. They’re also called Silver Sides, Sabalo, or Silver Kings. Even though they’re

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4 Fascinating Facts About Tarpon

Posted by Capt. Tony Fontana on May 10, 2017 in Fishing Tips

If you are someone who likes to go fishing, chances are that you have heard of tarpon. But do you know anything about this fish? There are some things that you may not know about the fish. How big do they grow? What kind of water do they live in? How do they spawn? Here

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5 Fascinating Facts About Tarpon

Posted by Capt. Tony Fontana on February 1, 2017 in Fishing Tips

If you are someone who likes to go fishing, chances are that you have heard of tarpon. But do you know anything about this fish? There are some things that you may not know about the fish. How big do they grow? What kind of water do they live in? How do they spawn? Here

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Top 10 Fish Species in Florida

Posted by Capt. Tony Fontana on September 26, 2016 in Fishing Tips

For anglers who love going out and catching the biggest fish they can find, one of the best places to go is to Florida. There are many game fish in this state that fishermen enjoy catching. Below you will find the top ten fish in Florida. Tarpon – This fish is one that’s prized for

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Summer Fishing in Naples, Florida

Posted by admin on July 19, 2016 in Fishing Tips

Summer here in Southwest Florida one word comes to mind, hot. The hot air temperatures also rise the water temperatures which make the fish most active in the mornings and the evenings. For our Naples fishing charter to be productive a early start is key. Snook, tarpon and mangrove snapper are our typical summertime targets.

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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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