Naples Fishing HEATS up

Warm weather triggers great Spring fishing in NaplesNow that spring has finally arrived, and temperatures in Naples are in the 80s, our fishing charters into the Gulf of Mexico are reaping the benefits. Limits of Mangrove Snapper are still being caught along with lots of Gag Grouper. Charter fishing parties fishing out of Naples are also finding Spanish Mackerel showing up along with loads of medium size amberjack. The AJs are suckers for big white jigs that are dropped down to them. The Spanish can be caught with small spoons or live pilchards. Fishing will continue to improve as we move deeper into spring.

Variety of Fish Species in Naples

Variety of Fish Species, Naples FLMost sport fishing parties we take out are hoping to catch Red, Gag and Black Grouper or Mangrove Snapper. While we catch our fair share of Grouper and Snapper there is also a wide variety of other fish to target and catch. For eating, Porgies and Silver Snapper are every bit as good as Mangrove Snapper and easily caught on just about every charter. We also will be catching Permit, Cobia, Barracuda and Goliath Grouper on the offshore wrecks and ledges as the waters of the Gulf of Mexico continue to warm. Warm waters also bring the annual migration of Spanish and King Mackerel through our area. These fish will appear shortly and be caught on just about every conceivable bait. They are always hungry and ready to feed. Nowhere in the the United States is a wider variety of both sport and table fare for your seafood recipes as readily available as here in Naples and Marco Island, Florida.

Naples FL – Spring Break Fishing!

Spring Break Fishing, Naples FLDaylight savings time signals the beginning of spring and spring break for a host of students. Many of which are coming to Naples for the great charter fishing as well as fantastic beaches and nightlife. Fishing charters going out on the Alabama right now are finding the fishing to be red hot for mangrove snappers, gag grouper and amberjack. We are catching lots of nice sized grouper but, the season is closed until April 1, so we are having to release them right now. They are being trained in how to take a bait so that when the grouper season opens next week the fishing should be unbelievable. Stay tuned for our grouper updates next week from Naples Fishing Charters out of Port of Call Marina in downtown Naples, Florida.