Naples Fishing & Outdoors

Coastal Angler Magazine Naples Edition is best resource for anglers & outdoor enthusiasts. Browse through our fishing reports, forecasts, fishing tips and advice from the local guides and prolific anglers.

Naples Fishing Reports

The Paddle Naples Kayak Fishing Report – July 2017

Summer is here and the bait is plentiful! Bring your cast net and load up on white bait along the inlets or beaches, before yakin' to the bay.July 1, 2017

The Paddle Naples Kayak Fishing Report – June 2017

If you are looking to hook monster fish that will put your tackle to the ultimate test, you will want to concentrate on fishing the beaches and inlets.June 1, 2017

Naples Fishing Forecast

July Fishing Forecast: Chokoloskee, Everglades City, Everglades National Park

This month expect higher and lower tides around these moon phases.July 1, 2017

Naples Spearfishing League

It Takes A Certain Kind Of Individual To Like Spearfishing

Spearfishing attracts a certain individual. Thrill seekers, fish hunters, and aquatic enthusiasts seem to be drawn to this unique sport...July 1, 2017

There Are No Excuses, Get In The Water Now!

After all the relentless winds settled we are finally headed straight into summer. There are no excuses to get in the water now.June 1, 2017

Freshwater Fishing Reports & Forecast

Southwest Florida Freshwater Scene for July

It's July now, so stay inside and soak up the A/C. July and August are two tough months for freshwater fishing in this part of the world. July 1, 2017

Southwest Florida Freshwater Scene for June

Summer has been thrust upon us. Warm water and slow moving fish will necessitate you slowing down your presentations a bit.June 1, 2017

Into The Wake

Summer is really here, and there are some things you need to remember!

Except for the 4th of July weekend, waterways will be wide open as many of the seasonal boats are either put up for the summer or headed north 6 weeks ago.

Tommy’s Obituary

Naples’ waterfront lost a Giant last month when Thomas Edward “Tommy” Turner, Sr. passed away on May 3rd. And though many on the waterfront today never knew him, his legacy will forever be a part of the history of our local Marine Industry.