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  • light tackle .a delicious dinner tonight ;) Jim can you let me know if you going to use tonight ... thanks Jerry To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to icontribute .

  • Caught in Marco island Willy and Balazs Hepp with a 46 inch snook caught with a 2 inch mullet Sunday afternoon next to the mangroves. Took 7 minutes to reel it in. There biggest yet. Caught & released.

  • Paddle Boarder At Naples Sunset by Capt. JoGene HolawaySent from my Samsung Epic� 4G Touch To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to icontribute+.

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  • light tackle .he had funbringing it in . ps Jim can you fit him in on 10 O, clock tonight thanks Jerry.

  • Sunset Naples by Storm Patrol Member Capt. JoGene HolawaySent from my Samsung Epic™ 4G Touch

  • Not sure if this is Nurse or Bull shark off by C span of causeway Capt Gene Fort Myers Princess

  • Yes there are sharks near sanibel see video Capt Gene Fort Myers Princess

  • Bob Fain was fishing at the mouth of the Caloosahatchee and hooked this 30 inch snook. Bob Fain

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  • An alien caught near Captiva Island! This Alligator Gar was caught and released by Ryan Ahlstrom while fishing with Capt. Bill Hammond of Endless Summer Charters.

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  • Capt. Rob Modys of SoulMate Charters, Fort Myers Beach, Fl. spent a good part of the past week on the nearshore Gulf waters. Spanish mackerel are the easy mark, but with a little work, pompano, sea trout and out-of-season gag grouper are in the mix. Live shrimp has been the go-to and that will get things started, but don’t overlook catching live threadfin herrings. They will get it done when looking for bigger fish. The shark bite is on in about 15 feet of water. Anchor up, chum with cut ladyfish, jacks or herrings and it won’t take long for a bite. Blacktips, hammerheads, bulls and lemons are the usual suspects. The backcountry of Estero Bay has been giving up some nice redfish and snook but an early start is a must. Photo Courtesy Capt. Rob Modys Click "LIKE" if you like Ethan's Big Mac too!