The inshore fishing remains strong in Southwest Florida! With good numbers of Snook, Redfish, Trout and nice keeper snappers added to the mix!
Been finding the Snook in the usual spots along Sanibel and Captiva Island. Nice numbers of healthy fish also showing up along the Cape Coral and Fort Myers shorelines.
Redfish looks very promising for the upcoming season. With good numbers of slot fished around the northern tip of Pine Island Sound and some decent numbers on the south end mixed in with some Snook as well.
Mangrove snappers have been providing some great table fare for our guests with with some nice keeper mangs feeding in the early morning hours on the nearshore wrecks.
Still a couple weeks left of summer before our favorite time of year, the fall! Look for the upcoming King Tides in September to really get the inshore bight on fire!!
That’s a wrap! Finished strong in July with the action as hot as the temperature! Many of our guests experienced personal best catches of Snook, Redfish and Trout.
Snook have been biting better than ever on the high incoming tides along Pine Island Sound from Sanibel Island north to Upper Captiva. Lots of slot fish caught this month on the north end of Matlacha as well.
We landed solid numbers of Redfish in the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River and into the Fort Myers and Cape Coral sides. Did beat with cut bait off Pine Island during the later afternoon tides.
Trout have been everywhere this past month with easy limits for those anglers that wanted to take some fish home.
Weather pattern for August is usually very similar to July so no rest in the fishing anytime soon!
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