November 8, 2010
Fishing in Naples is Good
Fishing in Naples and in southwest Florida is truly an angler’s paradise with 37 miles of barrier island coastline extending from Naples south to Marco Island and then deep into the mangrove forests of the Ten Thousand Islands and the Everglades.
Whether you choose to launch your own boat or head out with one of the many experienced charter captains in the area, cast from a deep-sea charter, a flats skiff a fishing kayak or the Naples Pier, chances are something is biting.
Here is an excerpt from the latest report by Naples Deep Sea Sportfishing Charter Boats: "Fall is now here and that always makes the Gag Grouper fishing very good. Right now we are catching lots of gag and red grouper on both full and 1/2 day charters. Grouper fishing will remain very strong through Christmas or until the water temps drop several degrees. A cold front coming through will cause the gulf waters to get a little stirred up and that will only make offshore fishing that much better."
Naples Deep Sea Fishing charters are going daily from Port of Call Marina located in downtown Naples. Check out their new 36 foot deep sea sportfisherman, The Alabama. This multi-passenger vessel is licensed to carry private parties up to 12 passengers. Call 239-263-3317 to talk directly to the captain & team at Naples Deep Sea Fishing Charters.
Port of Call Marina is located 6.6 miles south of the Hilton Naples Hotel
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