Fishing Naples FL

Fishing Naples FL
Fishing Naples FL

Deep sea fishing charters aboard the Alabama, Naples, FL,  have all the amenities of a large boat coupled with the speed of a smaller one. Our fishing parties find plenty of room , comfortable space and lots of area to spread out and fish. Mangrove snapper fishing in Naples remains the hot fish right now as the water remains unseasonably cool. We are also catching amberjack and a few kings on the full day charters. Passengers going out on full days are rewarded with nice catches of mangroves up to seven pounds. We also caught a couple of tripletails last week just to add to the creel. Fishing should be very good this coming week as we get the best weather forecast of the new year.

Snapper Fishing Stays Strong!

Snapper Fishing, Naples, FLAs we move from February to March here in Naples things continue as they have been for several weeks. The weather in Naples continues to be challenging, with cold fronts occurring at a greater rate than is typical. The silver lining in the weather is that the wind causes the water to churn and remain unseasonably cool, resulting in red hot mangrove snapper fishing. We are getting limits of mangroves on all of our full day charters in addition to king mackerel and Amberjack. The sun is very high in the sky and south Florida waters will surely warm very rapidly in the next couple of weeks. Fishing is good and will be even better in March and April here in Naples and Marco Island, Florida.

“Fin”tastic February Fishing

062As February sun continues to shine like spring the waters around Naples are finally beginning to warm up from an exceptionally cold winter. Fishing charters going out into the Gulf of Mexico are reaping the benefits of calm seas and warm sun as the fishing continues to be red hot. Limits of mangrove snapper are being taken regularly right now on full day charters and grouper are also feeding like it is summer. We may get one more cold front before spring but as far as the fish in Naples are concerned spring has already sprung. King and Spanish mackerel will be moving into our are any day now and deep sea fishing will only get better in and around Naples and Marco Island Florida.