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On the Water: Cooler days bring some good fishing

The week started off cool and windy as a cold front dropped into Southwest Florida disrupting fishing for a few days. By mid-week, the sun was out with good days of fishing reported.  Drag-screaming action with bonito, Spanish, and king mackerel picked right up where it left off before the ...

On the Water: December brings changes on the water

December brings cooler days around Southwest Florida and a change in the way many of us fish. As temperatures drop, it will push small baitfish south to warmer waters.  Shrimp becomes the primary diet for many fish through the winter months. There are not many fish in our coastal waters that ...

Veteran helping veterans: It’s the reel thing

Captain Jennifer Timothy was enthusiastic when approached by a Southwest Florida non-profit to take a local veteran out for a day of casting a line. What she didn’t expect was that veteran to be blind. Bonita Springs resident and Army Desert Storm veteran George Tice handled the rod with ...

On the Water: Weather back on track for the weekend

After what felt like a full week of dealing with Eta, the storm finally passed and great Southwest Florida weather returned just in time for the weekend. Gulf waters were still too churned up as of this writing for offshore reports, but we should get some results after the weekend. A few ...

On the Water: It was a windy week out on the water

Strong winds for the better part of the week often made fishing difficult inshore and near impossible offshore. With that said, anglers found success for a variety of fish. Spanish mackerel were caught from the Matlacha Drawbridge and in Matlacha Pass north of marker 72. Also, mackerel were ...