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Things are getting better again since last year s Red Tide, going from dead fish everywhere to lots of bait, lots of smaller snook and redfish

lots if sheepshead and small snappers.

Spanish Mack’s are everywhere too

 

 

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Trout, Reds and Snook still closed. (tough to implement with so many private docks and little LEOs)

I feel it would be good to keep these game fish protected another year. Let nature do it's work !!  (And pray for no Red Tide again)

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Reading the Naples News today there has been another  fish kill showing up from Naples beaches to Barefoot beach.  Not good news unfortunately.  I hope and pray this isn't the start of yet another bad yr for Red Tide. 

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If that is Collier County, the FWC just reported some Red Tide in the area. Man I hate to hear that. I thought this constant East wind would have blown any Red Tide offshore.

I had good luck in the Englewood area last month. Caught 9 slot Reds in three days. That is the first Reds I have caught in 18 months. Also lots of small Snook, average Trout and small Mangro Snappers. Lots of bait everywhere, three casts and the live-well was full.  

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