Fishing Reports by Captain Jesse Karen
About The Author:
Company: Mad Snookn
Area Reporting: Marco Island, Naples and The Everglades
Bio: A typical day out on the water, is never so typical. We start out with a leisurely ride through the backcountry in Mangrove lined channels. I almost always see MANATEE, usually see big ALLIGATORS and don\'t be surprised to see a BALD EAGLE or two! The water is golden brown, typically too dark to see through until we start stalking fish in the shallows. Almost immediately, bait will be jumping, tarpon will be rolling and gulping air and snook will be \"Popping\" the surface catching bait. I call my fishing experience unique. I do however understand the urge for fresh fish, and if you want it fresh, I\'ll get it for you! I have found a reliable, fun and action packed way to catch some of the most sought after game fish and I am anxious to share it with you. In as little as 4 hours we can catch Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Snapper, Shark, Jack, Grouper, Sheepshead and more!
[Marco Island,FL] Juvenile creek Tarpon are in full swing in the 10,000 Islands, the back country bays and creeks are alive with gulping fish!
[Marco Island,FL] Tuff bite today 6/13/10 but we worked it out!
[Marco Island,FL] Fishing the backwaters of the 10,000 Islands for Snook and Tarpon
[Marco Island,FL] Permit and Snook near Marco Island
[Everglades City,FL] With a huge cold front coming our summer/fall pattern is about to change!
[Everglades City,FL] Ken and Mike catch Snook, Reds and Tarpon on the cusp of a cold front.
[Naples,FL] Fished Chris and Derek from Lauderdale Thursday night from 7pm to 11pm.
[Naples,FL] Late July fishing report for East Naples Back Country Targeting Snook, Tarpo and Redfish
[Everglades City,FL] Big 10,000 Islands Snuke on a Topwater Plug!
[Marco Island,FL] Marco Island Nearshore Fishing Report for Permit, Cobia and Grouper
[Naples,FL] Had Mike and his two sons Vinny and Mike from NJ out yesterday. I wasn't veru optimistic given the wind and freezing cold temps. The water at 8:30 was 62 and only hit 67 at the warmest part of the day.