Greg Hood

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The October cold fronts are starting to come from the north.

I'm so grateful to see the lower temperatures, and humidity.

Redfish are schooling, and are so much fun to hook into.

Most of the fish are over the slot limit, and are released unharmed.

I approach the schooling fish with the wind at my back, and as stealthy as possible. Sometimes it requires a fisherman to get in the water and walk.

The schooled fish are in shallow water and spooky!

Snook season is open and are always a favorite with clients.

Trout action is good also, I'm not catching gator's. most are around 17" to 19" long.

Captain Greg Hood

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Fish Species: Redfish
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Water Depth: shallow
Water Temperature: 81
Wind Direction: light
Wind Speed:
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Greg Hood

About The Author: Captain Greg Hood

Company: Tarpoons

Area Reporting: Ft. Myers

Bio: Charter Fishing Guide Tarpon Fishing, Back bay, Flats Fishing. Snook, Redfish, and Seatrout. Full Time.

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