It’s starting to feel a lot like spring in southwest Florida. With temperatures daily reaching into the mid eighties the water is warming and fish are hungry. Bait fish are showing up on the inshore grass flats after vacating our area for the winter cold. For the past few months we targeted sheepsheads and other species with live shrimp as our primary bait. If the weather allowed, we often fish nearshore reefs in the gulf with good success and other days we stayed inshore.

     As we transition into spring we will have plenty of great fishing opportunities both in nearshore gulf waters and throughout our inshore waters of Matlacha Pass, Charlotte Harbor, and Pine Island Sound. 
     Thanks for taking the time to visit our site and we hope to see you on the water.

     For charter information, please contact us at:

Gulf Coast Guide Service
Call or text: 239-410-8576
Website: wwwfishpineisland.com
Email: gcl2fish@live.com