BlueLineFishing - Fishing Cape Coral FL

End of May early June

As we ease into the typical summer time pattern of warm muggy morning and afternoon thunderstorms the fishing is absolutely of fire. This is my favorite time of year for fishing. The winds stay calm and we have big high tides bringing a lot of water into the bay. This combination gives fishing charters access to the full arsenal of fishing spots from calm mornings to run offshore to high afternoon water to fish deep into the mangroves.

There are still a lot of tarpon around that are willing to eat a well placed crab or thread fin. Big snook and redfish have moved into their normal summer time haunts in order to breed. Additionally the offshore fishing has had quite the variety of species moving through from permit to king fish.

Inshore slams have been common and this is by far the best time of year to target the elusive inshore grand slam, that means a snook, redfish, trout, and tarpon on the same day. There are still openings in June. Book your trips soon and lets catch some big fish.