Fishing Sanibel

Fall Migratory Fishing In Sanibel Island’s Surrounding Waterways

Late fall puts the crisp back not only into Sanibel’s air, but the water, too. With temps in the upper 60’s, fishing in Sanibel Island’screeks and bayous puts you front row, center to a flurry of activity these days. Let’s just say, “The fish are on the move.” Sheepshead are definitely starting their winter bite in a big way. They’re looking for...

Fishing Captiva Island flats in the fall brings exciting variety

Today my charter adventure involved fishing Captiva with a valued repeat client who vacations regularly at South Seas Resort. We had a good time on our fishing charter last year, so the pressure was on to kick it up a notch. This year Dana brought his wife and their five and seven year-old sons with us. We started out in wildlife-viewing mode,...

Captiva is Sanibel’s Little Sister

Captiva Island is known as the little sister to Sanibel Island, but there is nothing little about Captiva Island’s fishing! Captiva is home to some of the world’s finest backcountry fishing guides and inshore fishing for tarpon, snook, redfish, snapper, speckled trout, mackerel, grouper, black drum, shark, and more. Captiva Island is located along the Gulf Coast just north of Sanibel Island...

Just a Cool Front

Today we had a cool front “not a cold front” come through today on sanibel but the weather for fishing charters is great. We are leaving out of fort myers beach this afternoon on a three hour guided charter is search of a big school of ladyfish “young children charter magic” that should keep them busy. There has also been a good...

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