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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Hanson


2016-04-09
11:39 AM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Lots of Action! - Saturday morning, 3/26/16, I fished 23 miles west of New Pass in calm seas with Bob Bockhorst, his son-in-law, Don Leesman, and Don's college-aged kids, Dave, Kevin, and Kristen. Dave used a pinfish to reel in a 31-inch gag grouper—it was a beauty, more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2016-03-25
12:11 PM

SW FL-Bonita beach: Lots of variety offshore and inshore - Saturday morning, 3/12, I fished 22 miles west of New Pass with Mike Wickman and his friend, Paul. The guys used baitfish to land two keeper red grouper at 21 ˝ inches and 24 inches. They released numerous red grouper shorts. Using live shrimp, they more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2016-03-12
10:52 AM

Grouper, snapper, big sheepshead, trout - Saturday morning, 2/27, was chilly at 48 degrees, with a pretty hefty wind blowing and low tide conditions in the backwaters, where I fished a catch-and-release trip with Richard Plum. He caught and released two sheepshead, a 16-inch trout, and a doz more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2016-02-28
2:34 PM

Snapper abundant offshore; Trout inshore - Monday, 2/15, was a windy day, and seas offshore were about three feet and sloppy when I headed out to 22 miles west of New Pass with Brian and Marcia Wilson. The couple used live shrimp to catch six keeper mangrove snapper that ranged 14 inches to 1 more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2016-02-14
1:41 PM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Big snapper, sheepshead, redfish, trout - Tuesday, 2/2/16, I headed 20 miles offshore in calm seas with Ron Musick, Eddie Alfonso, and Dick Arnett. The guys used live shrimp to catch seven nice mangrove snapper keepers to 16 inches, a dozen lane snapper keepers to 15 inches, seven porgies al more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2016-02-01
1:21 PM

Fishing great when weather allows. 22-inch mutton snapper! - Monday and Tuesday, 1/18 and 1/19/16, began just as the preceding week had begun, that is, with a cold front that brought high winds and seas, along with some cold temperatures. The two offshore trips I had planned for those days had to be canceled. more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2016-01-18
12:34 PM

Gotta love the grouper bite! - Saturday, 1/2/16, my first day of the new year on the water, was spent in the backwaters with Ann McManus, her brother, Phil Arnes, and their friends, Roger and Maureen Paruie. The group opted to fish the bay instead of the gulf, since a cool front a more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2016-01-01
3:51 PM

Red grouper Re-opens Today! Big Sheepies Too! - Friday morning, 12/18/15, just ahead of a cold front that was about to bring rain to the area, I headed into the backwaters of Estero Bay with the Lang family--Reese and Kara and their two young children, Nicholas, and Brooklyn. The Langs did not min more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2015-12-17
1:38 PM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Great Grouper & Snapper Fishing! - After a rainy Monday that caused us to cancel their trip that day, Erwin and Millie Metusiak, who have fished with me yearly for many years, fished Estero Bay's backwaters with me Tuesday, 12/8/15. Winds were strong, so we fished around the islands, more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2015-11-28
2:43 PM

Winds & Seas Tricky, but Fishing Good - Sara Liegel had arranged an offshore fishing trip for herself, her husband Ryan, her parents, Wyon and Mary-Jo Wiegratz, and her brother, Nathan, for Tuesday, 11/17/15. But, the winds and seas began building over the preceding weekend and, by Tuesday more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach

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