FISHING SEASONS IN FORT MYERS
July To September
Cobias are usually mistaken for sharks at first glance. However, this specie is far smaller and easier to catch than the mighty shark, making them ideal for novice anglers. You can capture cobias in Florida’s shallow and deep waters. Although cobia is available all year round in Fort Myers, it is best to catch them during April and then again during September and October.
Permits are among the best coastal fishes because they are both fun to fish and delectable to eat. It is a popular sport fish that thrives mainly during the summer months. That’s why anglers after this fish specie start to flock to Florida around May to September. Learn more about this famous fish here and how to book your next fun fishing trip with us.
Sharks thrive in both the inshore and offshore waters of Florida. The bigger and more aggressive ones are off to the deeper waters, while the smaller species swim in the shallow areas. Fishing for sharks is possible all year round, but more shark species swim to Florida during the warmer season. A challenging shark fishing adventure awaits you from July to September. If you’re interested and wish to know more about sharks, click here.
Trouts are a common species found in the Southern United States, such as Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. This species is famous for recreational or fun fishing and is caught chiefly on shallow, grassy flats. Its size usually ranges from 14 to 20 inches, just the right size for a fun catch. If you’re in Florida and plan to go on fun fishing, you might want to check out more about trout here.
Anyone who’s been tarpon fishing once would definitely go back for more, especially if it’s in Fort Myers, Florida. After all, the tarpon is the most challenging and thrilling fish to jump and land. Learn more about this mighty sliver king and how to book your next tarpon fishing trip with Caloosahatchee Cowboy Charters.