Wednesday, May 16, 2018
May Fishing near Sanibel is right on track. Today is day three or passing showers from a tropical low. The rain is welcome, dry conditions for months have increased the fire risk for our area. The water has gotten clear from the lack of rain making for some fun days riding in the tower. Last week I rode thru Captiva pass and I could easily make out the limestone ledges. The water was 12-18 feet deep. I'm doing a little fishing off the beach on nice days catching snappers, Mackrel and a occasional triple tail. Next month I will be looking for Gag grouper. On the inside the trout are still biting as well as snook. Call me to book a trip and get out on the water!. Captain Dave
Friday, March 30, 2018
Thank you to all the visiting fisher families that have filled up my calendar this year. The wind has blown and the fish have been biting. My best times are watching families catch fish, watch Dolphins play and Eagles soar. I have openings in April!. call to book your adventure.
Saturday, December 30, 2017
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Sanibel is a little quiet today while many take a day off to give thanks and spend time with family. I am writing today to tell you all what i'm thankful for. I am blessed with a loving and understanding wife. She dosen't complain when I work long hours and come home stinking of fish. I have three children, a grand son, and both parents. We all have our health and each other. As we eat together and share each others company i will try to just soak in the time together. Im thankful for all of you that I get to go fishing with.
Friday, November 3, 2017
October was a busy month looking for redfish. Thanks to all the visitors that came to Captiva Island to fish with me out of McCarthys Marina. The fish have been biting all days except the day after our cold front. Snook are still biting along with Trout and redfish. Here are a few of the memorable catches last month. I have plenty of openings in November. Call to book your day on the water. Captain Dave
Sunday, September 17, 2017
The Fishing report will resume on the next post as hurricane irma has taken over the headlines. The Islands of Sanibel, Captiva and Pine Island were spared a major blow Sunday September 10th. The eye shifted just to the east of us and we got the winds, but missed the intense part and alot of the rain. Trees went down and power was out for 70% - 90% of us. The islands are being powered up and cleaned up now and will be open in days. My house in Cape Coral came out great, only lost the pool screen and gave me some yard work , I spent 3 days preparing for the storm, and only one day on clean up. Last year we replaced my shingle roof with a metal roof, nice to know that it was ready to handle a big wind. If you would like to go fishing i have September 25th-28th open.The redfish are in now. Thanks to all, Captain Dave
Saturday, August 19, 2017
School has started after a summer break for families. This marks another season over and the quiet time has begun. If you are in Sanibel or Captiva island now you find the pace a little slower. The water is less crowded, beaches a little quiet. More time to watch dolphins, search for shells and do a little fishing. September and October are great fishing months for Redfish, snapper, trout and more. Call today to book your trip.