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Southwest Florida Fishing Forecast – July 2022

Warm Today? by Capt. Greg Stamper We move into July understanding what has happened in June. Rains will continue, as our summer pattern is in full swing. Back Bay fishing will continue to be an early morning thing, the nearshore bite happens until the strong westerly winds start, and offshore fishing will be great for […]

Southwest Florida Fishing Forecast, June 2022

If you like catching, come now! by Capt. Greg Stamper June is such a great month to fish, especially with great weather. The inshore and back bays continue to produce snook, redfish, and trout very consistently as well as some other great bi-catch. Nearshore will be a tarpon, permit, and cobia gig, as well as […]

Southwest Florida Fishing Forecast – May 2022

Living the Dream by Capt. Greg Stamper April was a bit windy, but there were great fish caught. Fishermen throughout the area can expect more of the same in May, hopefully with less wind. It does not matter if you are fishing in the back bays, nearshore waters, or offshore, it is all going to […]

Southwest Florida Fishing Forecast – April 2022

We are in it! by Capt. Greg Stamper Well, here we go everything is now in play as water temperatures, bait, and even the winds will move toward a summer pattern. Redfish are being caught all the way up to 32” plus. Redfish can be found often now, and shrimp or cut baits will work […]

Southwest Florida Fishing Forecast – March 2022

Spring Time by Capt. Greg Stamper  March begins the first of the warming months and the transition into our Spring. Visitors flock into Southwest Florida for the great weather and to catch some fish! We have lots of fishing options, as water temperatures begin to rise. It’s not to say that the weather will always […]

Orlando Area and the Mosquito Lagoon Coastal Fishing Forecast – March 2022

Temperatures are rising and bait is coming.  by Capt. Tom Van Horn As the days grow longer and the ocean begins its gradual warming phase, 68 to 72-degree range, the spring fishing bonanza on the Indian Lagoon Coast of Florida kicks in. Thus far we’ve experienced a warmer than normal winter and as of this […]