Naples is located at 26°09′11″N 81°47′55″W[9] on U.S. Highway 41 between Miami (to the east) and Fort Myers (to the north).

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 14.4 square miles (37 km2), of which 12.03 square miles (31 km2) is land and 2.38 square miles (6 km2) is water(16.53%).

Naples' climate falls just within the tropical classification, more precisely the tropical wet and dry or savanna type (Aw under the Köppen system).



In Naples Florida there is year round opportunity for anglers to enjoy both inshore and offshore fishing.  While fishing inshore anglers will get to enjoy the beautiful scenery thanks to the mangrove forests and abundant wildlife. While casting out, anglers will get the opportunity to fish for trout, snapper, snook, redfish, tarpon, drum, pompano, ladyfish, sheepshead, and catfish.  Out in the backwaters shrimp seems to be the most popular bait.

Offshore fishing in the Naples area is an exciting adventure for all anglers.  Thanks to the Gulf of Mexico fisherman can fish both natural and artificial reefs, plus sunken boats or wreckage which provide homes for species such as Spanish mackerel, king mackerel, cobia, permit, grouper, barracuda, and many more. 

Our bait recommendations

Here's the baits that our Pros love for this lake.