Naples Fishing Report

Fishing for all ages in Naples

Fishing in Naples continues to get better and better as the water warms and the fish become more active. Last month’s focus was directed toward the King Mackerel migration that happens bi-annually here in Southwest Florida. This year’s migration happened to fall over a majority of spring breaker’s time spent here on the Paradise Coast. Many large Mackerel were caught and all the smiling faces showed the excitement and joy that was brought through reeling these incredibly strong species in. As the Mackerel migration begins to taper off, we have seen a few large sharks start to show up offshore. Bottom fishing for various species of grouper and snapper has continued to get better and better as the water warms and the larger fish move in. We hope to see you soon and cannot wait to give you a trip you won’t soon forget.

Naples Spring Break Fishing

Fishing is a great family activity for spring break. The fishing charter action is fantastic.. What a great way to enjoy the water, and have fun with the family. It’s easy and requires no experience, we take care of everything. You can even take your catch to local restaurants to have it prepared for dinner.

Spring Break Fishing Charter

Cobia – Target of Anglers in Naples, FL

Naples FL Cobia FishingCobia are a prized catch of anglers on fishing charters in Naples, FL. This time of year Cobia, along with many other species found in the near-shore waters of southwest Florida, are prime candidates for a great meal.  Cobia are often found traveling in small groups up on the surface, where they are easily spotted. Quite often they will chase and eat a simple jig.

The Alabama is available for individual and group charters!