Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Sanibel is fishing in June

   Welcome back to Sanibel and Captiva Island. The Islands have a few lucky visitors enjoying the slow pace of the gulf coast.  You will find a place to stay and a restaurant to dine in.  The beaches are 25% full and the water is a perfect 85 degrees.  Time to go fishing. Snook, Trout, and redfish are closed to keep until May 2021. They are all biting for catch and release action. If you want to catch a keeper, I've been fishing for mangrove snappers. Pictures of some happy clients!
Call today, Captain Dave
239-410-7194




Sunday, April 26, 2020

When to restart fishing Sanibel and Captiva

  How long can you go?.  Maybe you can skip April, the best Snook month with Redfish all mixed in the catch. May is the month that will have some people taking the opportunity to get outside.
  I am open and taking trips!. May is the peak month for Tarpon and an all-around good month for just about everything that swims in our waters. Snook, Redfish, Trout are all on the list. Heres a few pictures of last week's catches. Call, Text message or E-Mail, Yes I'm probably open and we can Fish!.

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Captain Dave

Monday, March 23, 2020

Sanibel and Captiva Spring Break, Break

As of the posting of this report, I am hard aground, stuck on the mainland. March and April's bookings have canceled most of my days. The fishing has been great and the water is not crowded at all. If you are staying here a little longer, call me, lots of openings.
   Thanks to all the wonderful friends and clients that fished with me this March. Here are some pictures of the fun.
Captain Dave






Monday, January 27, 2020

Sanibel and Captiva Fishing

  Fishing in and around Sanibel and Captiva Islands with good long-time clients and friends. The water has cooled and is really starting to clear. Loads of Spanish Mackrel, Bluefish, and other fun fish are near the passes. In the bay, the redfish are starting to grow, many are in the 18'-20' range. Sea Trout is now a welcome and common catch. Snook are still biting if you get them in the right spots. We have started to fish nearshore for sheepshead, and Mangrove snappers.
 Remember the Reds, Trout, and Snook are closed to keep until a review in May 2020. Just fishing for fun is plan for now. Call today, still openings in February





and March.

Captain Dave