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Fort Myers Snook Fishing

Snook probably one of the most sought after fish in Fort Myers waters. Snook Fishing Fort MyersSnook can be caught year-round form Fort Myers To Ft. Beach preferring warm, but not hot water. Our local waters with vast back country, grass flats, and canal systems are ideal territory for snook fishing charters; moving up the rivers during the winter months. Snook will take a wide range of live baits, but prefer what is locally know as the greenback. Plugs, jigs, spoons, and jerk baits work great for the real sportsman. Generally, the size range is 3-15lbs, but Snook weighing 20-30 are not uncommon. A tropical species of fish Snook are largely confined to about the lower half of Florida beginning just North of Fort Myers. But in the warmer years they have spread pretty far north barring a freezing temperatures. Snook fishing can try the most seasoned anglers, this is one of the most elusive fish found in our waters and pound for pound the toughest. Snook have excellent vision and keen hearing due in large to the predominate lateral line that runs down both sides to the fork of the tail, thus giving them the local common name of linesider.
There are many methods of snook fishing from poling around the flats toSnook Fishing Fort Myers chumming the pot holes of mangrove lined shores in the back country. Snook fishing is by far the best at night as these hungry fish tend to be more active at night which can bring you catch average up considerably. Snook Fishing is a great family fishing charter adventure and the Fort Myers and Ft. Myers Beach area plays host to some of the best Florida snook fishing any where. Go Fish Charter and Guide Service has been fishing the Fort Myers Florida and Ft. Myers Beach area as a  Florida fishing guide for over 10 years.Snook
With about five species (may be more) including the Fat Snook, Swordspine Snook, Tarpon Snook and the Common Snook with the first four being a smaller species and the latter being the largest. All are distinctive in apperance with a characteristic protruding lower jaw and a prominent black lateral line running from the gill plate cover to the tail.

Scientific classification: Centropomus undecimalis a member of the Centropomidae family which includes the prized species Nile Perch and is more superior as sportfish. It is also related to the barramundi which it shares some appearance and behavioral traits.

Snook probably one of the most sought after fish in our local waters. Snook can be caught year-round locally preferring warm, but not hot water. Our local waters with vast back country, grass flats, and canal systems are ideal territory; moving up the rivers during the winter months. Snook will take a wide range of live baits, but prefer what is locally know as the greenback. Plugs, jigs, spoons, and jerk baits work great for the real sportsman. Generally, the size range is 3-15lbs, but Snook weighing 20-30 are not uncommon.

A tropical species of fish Snook are largely confined to about the lower half of Florida. But in the warmer years they have spread pretty far north barring a freezing temperatures. Snook fishing can try the most seasoned anglers, this is one of the most elusive fish found in our waters and pound for pound the toughest. Snook have excellent vision and keen hearing due in large to the predominate lateral line that runs down both sides to the fork of the tail, thus giving them the local common name of linesider. There are many methods of snook fishing from poling around the flats to chumming the pot holes of mangrove lined shores in the back country. Snook fishing is by far the best at night as these hungry fish tend to be more active at night which can bring you catch average up considerably.

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