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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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09-01-13 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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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.



My son was casting  a lure at...

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