Thursday, December 18, 2014

Catching a break in Sanibel

Today started a little slow with a few sheephed , then a flounder. The sky cleared, the sun was bright and warm. The shallow flats warmed and the fish started to bite. Pictured is John from Chicago with a nice pompano. Call today to book your adventure.  Captain Dave 

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Happy holidays in Sanibel

The blue sky is a little cooler than last month, still warm when you compare to the rest of the country!. Sheepshead are biting along with a few redfish. Just plan a  day and get out on the water. Bring a few extra layers to stay warm. Call today to book your next trip!. 239-410-7194

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Fishing changes

Fall is bringing an end to some great snapper fishing and some opportunities for traveling mackerel and bonito. The bait is still inshore and the small snook have been eating them. Weather has been beautiful after the fronts. Pictured is Fredrick from Sweden with a dandy redfish caught near Captiva island . Call today for your day on the water.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Sanibel October

I always think of redfish in October when someone asks what's biting. The redfish school into groups of hundreds of fish. The challenge is finding the school!. It's been tough this year with fewer schools. I split my time on trout snapper and snook, looking for reds as I travel . Call today for your redfish trip.
Captain Dave 


Thursday, September 25, 2014

Cloudy and fishy

Sanibel weather is changing this time of year.  Rain is forecast for part of the day most of the week.  Yesterday we caught fish under cloudy skies all day!.  I think the fish like the lowlight days and the cooler water. Call today to book your adventure.
Captain Dave 

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Snook time

September is the start of the fall snook season. The snook have been spawning near the passes though out the summer. 
  Snook around Sanibel will start moving to winter locations soon. Please release these fish so they can make more snook to catch.  Pictured is Chris with a dandy 36" snook. This one was photographed and carefully released. 
Call today to book your adventure.
Captain Dave

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Sanibel is better

10 years after hurricane Charlie, Sanibel and Captiva have recovered . The foliage has returned, mangroves are still on the regrow. Fishing is as good as ever. Hope we continue to be hurricane free!.
Call today! Captain Dave