The weather is cooling off! Fish aren't!

November 09, 2016 by Ben Geroy

Trip Info

The Catch
Jack Crevalle
Snapper (Mangrove)

In the last few weeks, the only thing that has been constant in Naples is the wind! Since hurricane Matthew blew by in the Atlantic, we have had nonstop wind from 10-25mph out of the northeast. While this much wind isn’t typically favorable for fishing, it has kept the weather on the cooler side. Pilchards are still plentiful all along the beaches and nearshore wrecks, and continue to be our first choice for bait. Most of our baits are being taken by snook and jack crevalle of all sizes, with species thrown in the mix like redfish, mangrove snapper, trout, bluefish, ladyfish, and even small tarpon.

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