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1st time out since November 2020

wife went paddle boarding and me just scouting, running the engine 

I saw lots of this “new” algae clumps floating around and got some red tide cough

saw mostly snook,  few reds, not active though 

no one posts in this area, I was wandering what’s happening?

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1 hour ago, fin-addict said:

This is the first post I have seen here forever. Did not think there were any fishing done in the sw anymore. Here’s a few pics over the last two months. Charlotte Harbor.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Exactly, Lee and Collier Counties have taken the brunt of the Red Tide so far this year. But, it's not nearly as bad as 2017. I was on the water last Wednesday in Lee County and saw hundreds of Snook (mostly large)  and dozens of Redfish.  They were concentrated in an area where the water was crystal clear. They were not biting because the tide was a very, very slow incoming (bad moon). But, was nice to see they are there and healthy. 

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