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Naples Fishing Report

Local fishing update

Hello fellow anglers! Here is what we are catching during the months of December, January, and February.

This time of year is our coldest, although it may not seem cold to our northern visitors. The air temperature is anywhere from the 40's - 50's in the morning to the 60's - low 70's in the afternoon. This keeps our water temperature down in the 50's and 60's. Many days will also be windy so we do most of our trips Inshore/Backwater.

Inshore/Backwater we are catching Pompano, Ladyfish, Trout, Jacks, and Bluefish mostly. Depending on the water temperature we may get Redfish, Snapper, and Snook. Snook season is closed though starting December 15th.

Offshore will produce fish if the seas our calm enough to get out. There will be big Redfish and Snook on some of the wrecks along with Black Drum, Snapper, and Sheepshead. Spanish Mackerel are usually a constant while fishing offshore. Most of our Offshore fishing will be inside 7 miles in 30' of water.

We look forward to fishing with you soon on a Naples Florida fishing charter!

Captain Kevin Bill

Updated November 2006


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