Estero Bay Fishing with Glades Fly Fishing

Estero Bay Fishing Charters

 

Estero Bay is an aquatic preserve located just south of Ft. Meyers off the coast of Estero, Florida. Captain Paul guides fly and light tackle fishing trips into this amazing inshore fishery. Estero Bay is among the favorites of sight fisherman in the state of Florida, and is a popular destination for traveling anglers.

 

Glades Fly Fishing uses the best in equipment and boats to guide our clients here. We have daily trips available and can be catered to meet your schedule. Captain Paul also likes to time charters with the best times to fish on the given day. This can include weather, tides, temps, and so on.

 

Estero Bay fishing charters can get you on Florida’s popular inshore species. This includes the favorites such as Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, and Sea Trout. Add to this shots at Black Drum, Sheepshead, and so much more – you can soon see why this fishery is one of the best there is.

A fisherman releasing a Snook in Estero Bay
A profile shot of a redfish that was just caught in Estero Bay

The Estero Bay Fishing Experience

 

Estero Bay is an area located to near popular metropolitan areas in Southwest Florida, but is home to the “old Florida”- once you are submersed in its surroundings aboard our Hell’s Bay skiff. For the ultimate in sight fishing destinations, not much beats Estero Bay.

 

There is a maze of backcountry systems, keys, protected grass flats, oyster beds, and mangrove islands. In all of this is an estuary system that attracts both gamefish as well as their food sources (baitfish and crustaceans). Due to the temperate climate here, Estero Bay is also a year round fishery. This allows anglers to experience this awesome place anytime of the year while having a successful day on the boat.

 

Estero Bay is one of our favorite destinations here at Glades Fly Fishing. It is the kind of place that brings us back onto the water day after day, and year after year. An Estero Bay fishing charter will be a great decision for your next Florida fishing trip. Got questions?