Take a look at these beauties. It's just a few of the fish we've caught this week while on our charters. Pretty nice catch for some back bay, shallow water fishing. These Black drum were among some nice size Cobia and Snook that we've been catching. If this weather holds up, it looks like March is going to be a great month to be on the water. #fortmyersfishingcharters#fortmyersfishingguides
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It's paradise and I'm just lucky to be living in it. Our snow is sand. It's messy but i'll take it any day over the cold, snowy weather that our northern friends have to face. We didn't get sandy this week but I did come home smelling fishy from all the Cobia we caught on our charters. I even got pulled over for a random safety check by an fwc officer during a trip which btw, is extremely annoying; Clients still kept fishing and caught the Cobia pictured bottom left. Not an ideal situation but we made the best of it and they went home with dinner.
March availability is getting slim. Book your charter soon so your not "fishing" for a last minute trip!
Today was a beautiful day spent catching fish. A lot of fish. Redfish to be specific. This is such a welcomed site considering the fish kill from the red tide that plagued our coast this past summer. The past few days of fishing have been good to us. Proof that our fishery is headed in the right direction.
Book your Spring break fishing charters soon. Spots are filling up quick.
*Snook and Redfish are catch and release through May 2019.
The past week of fishing in Fort Myers has been all about the sheepshead bite. We've had a great week of weather and flat water which has allowed for us to get to some nearby wrecks. Although the bites been good in general, the Sheepsheads have been the most productive. I's safe to say there's been a lot of fish put on the dinner table. Within the next few weeks some of the best fishing of the year will begin, just in time for our spring break visitors. Book your charter soon. Spots are filling up quick.