The Fort Myers area has some of the best Snook habitat in the entire state, and we have some great Snook fishing. The Snook fishing is consistent most of the year, To help you plan your fishing charter here is a seasonal breakdown. In the cold water months of November, December, January, and February the Snook move to the warmer backcountry waters and residential canals. This is the best time of the year to go night fishing for Snook, and since it gets dark early you don’t have to stay out super late. In early spring the Snook will onto the grass flats, Mangrove shorelines, and Oyster bars of Estero Bay. They begin to feed heavily in anticipation of the upcoming spawning run. In April the biggest fish will move from the grass flats out to the local passes, followed by the males a few weeks later. This can be some of the best Snook fishing of the year, so if you are visiting Fort Myers in March thru April you have to experience our great Snook fishing. With the help of Capt Eric Anderson one of the most experienced Fort Myers Fishing Guides you will have a fantastic charter.