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On the Water: Anything is possible in month of March

We closed out the month of February with tough fishing conditions that included cool weather and strong winds. With a new month we are in sight of a change of seasons and we can look forward to great fishing opportunities.Spring fishing is looked upon as some of the best of the year with a wide ...

Twins and Red Sox return for Spring Training

Each spring, two Major League Baseball teams call Lee County home, bringing the excitement surrounding the beginning of baseball season to Southwest Florida.Spring Training is one of Lee County's most popular times of the year, as these clubs and their fan bases turn up year after year in a ...

On the Water: Warm days spark good fishing in the area

Good weather with blue skies and plenty of sunshine made for a great week on the water around Southwest Florida. With water temperatures inshore climbing into the low to mid 70s, anglers found fishy conditions. Our only setback was poor tides for a few days, but that was small trade off to work ...

On the Water: A week of extreme low tides on the water

Well, that was an interesting week on the waters of Southwest Florida. To say we had some windy days would be an understatement as strong winds and even higher gusts kept many anglers off the water. It was all centered around a cold front that triggered the wind, dumped some rain, then coupled ...

On the Water: Fishing up and down like the weather

Like the weather, fishing was all over the place over the past week. We experienced beautiful sunny days with light winds as well as our coldest days in a couple years with strong gusts. Good fishing reports came from offshore in Gulf waters as conditions allowed, and inshore, the drop in ...

Low water can test your fishing and boating skills

(Editor's note: Capt.Bill Russell's On the Water column will return next week.)Slow moving, low water, negative tide days can test your skills and patience as shallow saltwater fish seem to sometimes disappear. Add long cold nights to the mix and soon temperature sensitive, sub-tropicals like ...