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November 2016 10 Hour Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, November 16, 2016, In : Fort Myers 


Starting to get a few trips in as season has begun. The last trip was a 10 hour with a returning group of anglers. Fishing was easy with a limit of red grouper by 11 am, with some nice ones in the mix. Highlight of the day was a quick glimpse of a 12-13' Tiger Shark that briefly visited us.


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November 2016 Offshore charter Fishing Update

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, November 9, 2016,


It's been a while since I've posted anything so I thought I'd share a few pictures and a brief update and report. As usual we haven't had many trips the last month or 2, which is good. First mate Andrew and myself are recharged for another season, and the boat is ready. We have gotten a few successful dive trips with the kids in over the last month. Where we found some great fish along with a few big gulf lobsters and a bunch of stone crabs.



Fishing has been easy when we have gotten out...
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June 2016 Long Range Ft. Myers Fishing Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, In : Fort Myers 


Had a great trip this past week for the opening of red snapper season. Highlights were big red snapper, the biggest red grouper I've ever seen. and my first ever African Pompano.







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Good November 2015 Offshore Fishing Trip

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, November 10, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


Big fish of the day caught by Richard Payne of Estero on an 8 hour offshore trip with returning group from the Vanderbilt Fishing Club. The lucky red grouper was successfully released with the season currently closed, but we managed plenty of other fish for everyone to take home dinner.

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September 2015 Ft. Myers Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, September 9, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


Getting a break from taking people out fishing recently, so what do I do with myself? Go fishing and scuba diving of course. I fished inshore for the first time in forever last week with my first mate and now inshore captain, Andrew. We started as the sun came up and had a great day. We started casting artificials to some juvenile tarpon without any luck. Then Andrew netted some live bait, and that got the bite going with several mid slot redfish, and a handful of small snook before it got to...

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Middle of August 2015 Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, August 25, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


The nearshore bite continues to be excellent with good numbers of keeper sized red grouper being caught, along with lane snapper up to 16”. We still have to wade through lots of smaller fish to get to the keepers, but that makes for great action for our anglers.



We also had a great 10 hour offshore trip over the last week. The fish are definitely bigger the farther out you go. The catch included a limit of red grouper up to 30”, a nice big gag grouper, lots of nice lane and vermillion sna...

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August 2015 Nearshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, August 18, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


Several nearshore trips over the last week have brought lots of action to our customers. Any charter 6 hours or less we consider a nearshore trip, where we rarely travel over 20 miles, and substantially less for 5 hour trips. This time of year we are able to catch some pretty nice red grouper in that range which has been the case over the last couple of weeks. Catches have included lane snapper up to 16”, mangrove snapper around the same size, porgys, and lots of red grouper, with a few leg...

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July 2015 Great Milestone Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
We had an awesome first on board the Fish n Tales this past week. On our farthest charter to date out into the gulf we hooked and landed our first sailfish.



We saw the fish on the surface while at anchor in slick calm conditions. One of our anglers quickly pinned a small live bait onto the hook of a fairly small spinning reel and pitched it out. After just a few minutes we had an estimated 50-60# sailfish leaping and tail walking across the surface for us, before getting it to the boat. The l...

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Hot July 2015 Fishing Offshore Charter Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Saturday, July 18, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


We’ve been doing long trips over the last week from 10 to 24 hours were the fishing continues to be hot. Red grouper fishing has been easy with fish up to 32”, and limits on every trip.



We just completed our last red snapper trip with nice fish up to about 28”. We had our best catch of gag grouper on our most recent long range trip, with several fish up to 36”.



While not getting big numbers of gags, we are getting at least a few on every trip. Although 1 big fish was caught on a dead ...

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July 2015 Ft. Myers Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, July 6, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
We’ve been having some great fishing on the Fish n Tales out of Fish Tale Marina over the last few weeks. Gag grouper season just opened on July 1, and we are able to continue fishing for red snapper for another week or so making our long range trips off the hook.



We need to do minimum 24 hour trips to get out far enough to catch the red snapper here on our boat, but when we get out that far we are in the land of giant grouper as well.



On recent trips we have caught easy limits of red snapp...

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Awesome May 2015 Family Fishing Day

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, May 18, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


I’ve had a break the last week or so from the offshore boat as it’s undergoing some maintenance. That gave the family the opportunity to get out on the bay boat for our first try at tarpon this year. The morning started great with everybody up and out of the house before 7 am. We launched the boat out of Punta Rassa and followed the boats to the Sanibel Causeway Span that everyone was catching bait at. After just a few throws of the cast net we had enough tarpon sized threadfin herring fo...

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April 2014 Offshore Fishing and Diving

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Sunday, April 26, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
I got a chance to take a break from charter fishing to take my boy out for some offshore action recently.



We spent a day fishing deep water where the big dogs live, and a day diving back close to shore.





We did some spearfishing on our dives with my boy getting to do his first underwater hunting.



He did awesome with 5 fish on his first chance, including a nice hogfish on his very first shot.



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March April 2015 Ft. Myers Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
We’ve had lots of trips over the last few weeks with excellent results. The red grouper have been very cooperative biting both live and dead baits.



On our 10 hour trips we are bringing back limits of red grouper on just about every trip. Many fish are over 24” and we are getting plenty over 30”.



Results have been similar on 8 hour trips with big numbers of fish brought aboard but necessarily as big.



We made it out to a wreck on a 12 hour trip and caught a bunch of Greater Amberjack betw...

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March 2015 Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
The last couple of weeks have seen the best fishing of the year so far for us aboard the Fish n Tales.



The winter cold fronts have subsided and the weather has been great allowing us to run almost every day. The red grouper bite has been excellent on our 10 hour trips with us catching limits on just about every trip. A good percentage of the fish have been over 25” up to about 30”.



An 8 hour trip also saw us catch a limit in the last week. The water temperature is definitely warming which...

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Middle of February 2015 Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Friday, February 20, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
When the weather allows the red grouper fishing continues to be good.



The fish are farther offshore than in their close to shore summertime haunts, but when we find them they are hungry eating dead baits as readily as live baits.



We still always carry some of each to make sure we cover all of our bases.



Some very nice gag grouper continue coming over the gunnels disappointing some clients that they still have to release them, as they are out of season. On some of the rougher days when the gro...

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Start of February 2015 Offshore Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
The weather has made it a little tough on a few trips over the last week, but the fishing continues to be excellent. Our focus continues to be filling the fish box with red grouper on our 8-10 hour trips.



We are also able to get out far enough to where the Amberjack are on our 10 hour trips. The Amberjacks definitely prefer a nice live bait, so be sure to have a bunch in the livewell if you are going to target them.



We have been catching good numbers of red grouper up to 32” except for one ...

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Mid-January 2015 Ft. Myers Beach Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


It's been another great week fishing on board the Fish N Tales. The red grouper have definitely moved farther offshore, but we are catching limits to near limits of fish on our 8 and 10 hour trips.



Many of the grouper are over 24" up to about 30".



The porgies are still biting well when we use the lighter tackle and small pieces of squid. Both offshore and nearshore we are also finding nice mangrove snapper, and most recently we had a great catch of lane snapper. It's been tougher to find a...

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Happy New Year 2015 Ft. Myers Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, January 12, 2015, In : Fort Myers 


I had a fun trip last week with a diehard group of returning fisherman for their third consecutive year fishing inshore with me. The only day they could fish just happened to be the coldest day of the year for us so far, with temperatures in the upper 40s, and the wind blowing at 20 for our 7am start.  And still one of the guys showed up in shorts, those guys from up north can be nuts at times. With numb hands I baited their hooks with live shrimp at the first stop where we caught a few whiti...

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Fishing into 2015 Charter Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, In : Fort Myers 
The weather has been great to bring in the New Year, allowing us to fish just about every day over the last couple of weeks. And the offshore fishing has been excellent.



The amberjack have moved into their wintertime habitat, and they are large and hungry to start the season.



We have caught as many as 7-8 on a recent trip, and have caught them every time we have fished for them on 8-10 hour offshore trips. The grouper have also been more than cooperative on our longer trips with some very nic...

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Christmas 2014 Charter Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, December 29, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
The offshore bite continues to be great. We are catching lots of porgies, some of the best eating fish in the gulf, mangrove snapper, and some surprisingly large yellowtail snapper. Lots of red grouper have been giving our anglers great battles on spinning gear, even though they still have to be released for another few days. The good news is that red grouper will once again be able to be harvested starting January first 2015 in federal waters where we mainly fish. The limits will still be a ...
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Early December 2014 Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
I have fished a couple of near shore and offshore trips over the last week or so with some excellent fishing to show for it. The 5 hour near shore trip was on the last day of gag grouper season for us in the Gulf of Mexico with Carla and Michael from St. Louis.



We caught grunts, lane snapper, quite a few out of season red grouper up to 26” or so, and 1 nice gag grouper over 30” to finish out the 2014 season on them.



We caught the fish on frozen squid, sardines, live shrimp, and frozen spo...

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November 2014 Fishing Trips

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
Fishing has been excellent the last few weeks, despite our recent bouts with colder weather. The sheepshead bite has been excellent with plenty of fish caught on every trip.



We have also caught some nice black drum alongside the sheepies, along with some small redfish, pompano, and jack crevalles. Most of our fishing has been in the deeper water around the passes, where we have also caught a few small spotted sea trout as well.



The trick to catching the sheepshead is keeping the rod tip low a...

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Awesome Almost Fall 2014 Fishing

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
After what seems like forever we finally have easy access to great live bait again. I’ve had several inshore fishing trips over the last couple of weeks where we started each day loading the livewell with scaled sardines, AKA whitebait. We have put the bait to good use on every trip with excellent bites, fishing mostly around mangrove shorelines on the higher stages of the tides.



We have caught as many as 30 snook in just a few hours with chances at several slot and over slot fish on every t...
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09-16-14 Redfish Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, In : Fort Myers 


We had an excellent day last week with a father and son team, fishing off of the Pro-Staff boat out of Fish Tale Marina on Ft. Myers Beach. The inshore trip started mid-morning under overcast skies with a light breeze making it very comfortable fishing conditions. The tide was at its peak high as we started to fish with live shrimp under popping corks in one of my favorite areas on the north end of Estero Bay. There was no bite to start, but as soon as the water started to move it was fish on...

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May June 2014 Ft. Myers Fishing Charters

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, June 11, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
The Crowds from a great season are gone, but I’m still getting to fish a few times a week. Some inshore and some offshore fishing trips have been keeping me busy. Finding live bait for the inshore trips has been difficult to say the least. So for the most part we’ve been fishing with live shrimp and still having good success. The snook have moved from their winter time back country haunts and have flooded the bays, passes, and beaches, and they are hungry.



We’re landing several on most ...

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Great Week of April 2014 Ft.Myers Fishing Charters Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, April 21, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
One of my favorite times of year is upon us. The waters are slowly getting less crowded and the fishing is getting off the hook, but not the fish. I have fished several charters in the near shore waters from Fort Myers Beach to Sanibel in search of Tarpon. While I have heard some scattered reports of a few people hooking fish, we have only seen a few fish free jump, and have not seen one pod.



The good news is that the sharks are thick as can be waiting on the silver kings. We have hooked as m...

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4/5/2014 Bass Fishing

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Thursday, April 17, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
I got a chance to take Kolton and a friend for a little Saturday morning bass fishing at BPS here in Ft.Myers Florida. It started slow for us with people catching fish all around us, and just a break off for me by a guestimated 5 pounder on a 2’ pink Barbie rod one of the employees handed me, go figure!



My boy Kolton finally broke the ice with a colorful Mayan Cichlid.



Then he fought and landed a very respectable bass.



Next, his buddy got one of the nicest fish of the day, a largemouth bass...

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March 2014 Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, March 31, 2014, In : Fort Myers 
Once again with fishing almost every day, I’m not having much time for reports.



I’ve had several inshore charters where the highlights have been some very nice flounder, a few black drum, some big Jack Crevalles, and lots of smallish snook.



One of the more entertaining trips had us catching a few small stingrays before we hooked a monster one that had to be almost 6 feet across that we fought on 12# spinning gear for about 20 minutes before they handed the rod off to me to see if I could ...

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12-13-13 Fort Myers Fishing Report

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Friday, December 13, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
I’ve had several great trips in the Fort Myers area over the last couple of weeks.



There have been new friends on board, as well as returning customers, and some new clients, all getting to experience great trips in Estero Bay.



The bait is still available on the beaches, but we’ve been using some live shrimp as well to catch the sheepshead and black drum that are taking up their seasonal residences in the passes.



The snook bite continues to be excellent and there are some very large jack c...

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November Charters

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, November 20, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
Still catching up on reports and received a few pictures from another great group of guys that I thought I would share, thanks Brian.



Although the water temperature continues to dip from the summer highs, the whitebait, AKA snook and redfish cookies, are still hanging out off the beaches in shallow water, making them easily nettable to start the days charters.



The snook bite continues to be great except for 1 trip, which worked out as we found some very nice redfish to make up for it on that ...

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October Charters

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, November 20, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
I can’t believe how long it’s been since I posted any reports!



The lack of reports doesn’t mean no fishing or catching though.



I had a few charters over the last month or so with 4 customers on board catching a bunch of fish making it difficult to get any pictures. My preferred bait of scaled sardines has been readily available making it that much easier to catch a ton of fish.



The snook bite has been fantastic. Pretty much every charter has seen double digit catches of snook, with lots ...

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09-10-13 Ft Myers Snook Slaying

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, September 11, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
Got a chance to fish Estero Bay in Fort Myers Florida with a good buddy yesterday and the agenda, besides the obvious of a great day on the water, was to get a snook for the table. Conditions were prime first thing with flat calm waters. We loaded the livewell with snook candy, AKA scaled sardines, and headed to the first spot with an already low outgoing tide. Our baits got hammered immediately and I landed a nice big spotted sea trout to get things started. That was about the only non snook...
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09-05-13 No School Fishing Trip

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, September 9, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
What an awesome day we had yesterday. With no school for the kids, I took my 9 year old and 3 of his friends out for a day of fishing. We had a blast, with all of the kids on their best behavior!



The amazing day started right away with my favorite pod of dolphins, all together at 6-8 animals, charging and surfing in to the wake of the boat. The same large one from Sunday jumped and splashed us time and again to the kids and my delight before we left them for the next adventure. Bait was easy ...
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09-01-13 Estero Bay Family Snook Fishing

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, September 4, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
You know your kid is hooked on fishing when not only do they know when opening day of snook season is, but they also have the spot he wants to fish for them. So we joined the throngs heading out for the opening day of snook season and license free day, where you didn’t need a fishing license to fish. The day started awesome with a big pod of dolphins playing and splashing in the channel as we left the marina. The entire pod of 6-8 surfed into the wake of the boat and played, with the bigges...
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08-30-13 Fort Myers Family Fishing Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, September 3, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
Saturday’s charter was scheduled at the last minute when I got a call from a dad visiting from Jacksonville with his family that included 3 boys. I was able to accommodate them and we met at the Carl Johnson Boat Ramp at Lover’s Key just before 8 am for our 4 hour fishing excursion on Estero Bay. We started off running to a nearby beach where a couple throws of the 8’ castnet loaded the livewell with nice bait. On our way to the first fishing spot we came across one of my favorite pairs...
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03-20-13 Slob Redfish Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Monday, March 25, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
We had found some nice redfish the last few trips in Estero Bay and the tide and wind were perfect for the day’s charter to hunt them again. A few jack crevalles and ladyfish got things started for the group of 3. Then along came the big bite of the day. Luckily the fish ate the large shrimp away from the mangrove shoreline and never really tried to head that way.



The lady on board did an amazing job of battling the huge redfish to the boat where we took a couple of quick pictures and releas...

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02-22-13 Estero Bay Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, February 26, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
After not being on the water much at all the last few weeks, Friday was the day to get back out and see what is going on. The day’s 4 hour charter was with longtime customer Gus, and his young son Jack. We started at 9am from the Carl Johnson Boat Ramp at Lover’s Key, just south of Fort Myers beach. There has been a terrible outbreak of red tide in the area, and that was a concern for the day. My last trip we found areas bad with red tide, but we were able to find spots with clean water a...
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01-08-13 Estero Bay Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Friday, January 11, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
Tuesday’s trip was a 6 hour charter with first timer Paul. He received the guided trip as a Christmas present from his wife, nice! We headed out for the 6 hour charter right on time at 8am from the Carl Johnson boat ramp at Lover’s Key. He said he hadn’t fished salt water much but he had no trouble working with the 12# spin tackle we started with, catching small sheepshead, snapper, ladyfish, and a decent slot trout. With the tide incoming but still fairly low we fished several areas ar...
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12-28-12 Fort Myers Beach Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Friday, January 4, 2013, In : Fort Myers 
The day started with first time customers Eric, his wife, and father in law, all staying on Fort Myers Beach and visiting from colder locales up north. We all met for the full day trip at the Carl Johnson Boat Ramp at Lovers Key. They were in great spirits, and so was I as we left the boat ramp for what was forecasted to be the nicest and warmest day in over a week or so.



The tide was super low, but beginning to flood back in through Big Carlos Pass where we began our fishing.



We caught sever...

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12-05-12 Estero Bay Fishing Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Thursday, December 6, 2012, In : Fort Myers 
I received a call Tuesday morning from Michael, staying on Ft. Myers beach and in search of an inshore fishing charter. They were fairly flexible and we decided on fishing the flooding tide on Wednesday afternoon for a 4 hour trip. I was able to get the boat on the water a little early, after picking up several dozen huge live shrimp at the ramp, to search for other live bait to net. Didn’t see any bait around, but found a fairly large school of snook in one area. I had to see if they were ...
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A Couple of November 2012 Charters

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Tuesday, November 27, 2012, In : Fort Myers 
No pictures from the last 2 trips, not due to a lack of fish though. First trip was a Sunday charter the beginning of the month with a new Ft.Myers resident, his brother and father. Because of the tide and weather we met midmorning. I already had a nice bunch of whitebait caught right at the ramp at Punta Rassa, and some store bought shrimp for the day’s bait supply. With still fairly low water it was off to Shell Creek where we were able to get everyone a fish or 2 to get started. Lots of ...
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10-15-12 Kolton Estero Bay

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Friday, October 26, 2012, In : Fort Myers 
Finally getting a chance to post this report. A teacher workday gave us a chance for a boys escape to the water. The day started with us casting artificials at some snook busting small baits in New Pass to no avail. So we headed to the beach where we loaded the forward livewell with small to medium whitebaits along with some small threadfin herrings. We all immediately caught a snook or 2 back at the pass on the livies before they stopped feeding and we moved on.



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09-20-12 Estero Bay

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, September 26, 2012, In : Fort Myers 
For the first time in forever I got to fish with good buddy Scott in Estero bay. We knew a low and falling morning tide would be a challenge, but it didn’t matter as we had an opportunity for an escape to the water and we were taking it. Another friend in town from out west, Carlos, was scheduled to meet us for a morning of fishing, for which he showed up for just after about noon I think.  Scott and I met just after 7:30 and fished some shorelines in Estero Bay with artificials to start th...
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08-13-12 Ft Myers Beach Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Wednesday, August 15, 2012, In : Fort Myers 
Monday’s charter was with a couple of guys fishing with me for the first time, from the New England area, staying on Fort Myers Beach. The 3 of us met right on time, just before 7 am at the boat ramp at Lover’s Key where I picked up a few dozen decent shrimp, a couple of bags of ice, and we were off. The first stop was to throw the cast net a few times where we added some pinfish, croakers, mojarro and a couple of whitebaits to the livewell. We put those baits to work right away, and the ...
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08-08-12 Hot Ft Myers August Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Thursday, August 9, 2012, In : Fort Myers 
An unexpected chop, even on the inland waters greeted me as I throttled up the motor and the boat began to plane for a weekday charter with first time clients on a Wednesday morning. They wanted to fish for tarpon, and the cloudy and generally stirred up water was going to make it difficult for what I wanted to do.  I picked up the eager group of 3 before sunrise and we set up some drifts not far from the ramp on the swift flowing outgoing tide. Bait was a combination of perfect large sized b...
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04-17-12 Fort Myers Fishing Charter

Posted by Captain Bill Curtis on Thursday, April 19, 2012, In : Fort Myers 

We had another great day on the water Tuesday out of Punta Rassa, in Fort Myers. For the first time on my boat were Dale and Linda from Wisconsin. The trip was a bit of a treat for Linda to celebrate her approaching birthday. We began the day right on time, headed towards the Sanibel lighthouse and quickly ran across a few dolphins on the move. As soon as we got under the causeway, a just big enough chop on the water to make the ride uncomfortable, slapped the bow of the boat. With my plan fo...


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