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Big Hickory Bay

Big Hickory Bay is often assimilated into the Estero Bay due to it's small size and close proximity. Big Hickory Bay is actually quite small, but does offer some good fishing. 

Access: Boat, Canoe/Kayak
Species: snook, mangrove snapper, jack crevalle, sheepshead, trout,  mackerel, ladyfish, tarpon, 
Best Tide: incoming to high


Estero Bay

The Estero Bay is one of the most popular and consequently heaviest fished inshore areas anywhere in southwest Florida, and with good reason. Unlike its neighbors to the north, Pine Island Sound and beyond that the world famous Charlotte Harbor (the home of Boca Grande Pass), it’s small size and close proximity allows for easy access. This fact is not lost on the tens of thousands of locals and tourists alike from Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero, and Fort Myers that all at one point or another spend some time floating around in the Estero Bay. It’s convenience, amazing scenery and wildlife,  and reputation for world class fishing are just some of the reasons that people flock to this bay, particularly on weekends and during the tourist season.


Imperial River

The Imperial River in Bonita Springs is not one of the more popular fishing destinations in a region studded with prime fishing spots. But should you find yourself on or near the river and wondering where to begin, this page should help. 

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