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Bonita Beach Fishing Reports


2011-04-18
10:27 AM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Grouper, Snapper, Kingfish & More - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine Monday morning, 4/4, I fished the near-shore reefs off Bonita Beach with Tim and Stephanie Cobb and their two children, Spencer and Sydney. We were fishing just ahead of a weather-front more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2011-04-04
11:45 AM

Nice Trout & Redfish Inshore and Good Table-fare Offshore-Bonita - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine Monday, 3/21, I fished central Estero Bay with long-time customers Joe Goodall and his son, Alex. Eleven-year-old Alex has been fishing with me every year since he was just over two yea more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2011-03-21
1:14 PM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Inshore & Near-Shore Report - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine Monday, 3/7, I fished with (I kid you not) Dave Hanson! After we laughed about captain and client having exactly the same name, Dave introduced me to the rest of his angling party, whic more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2011-03-07
9:56 AM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Good Action-Lots of Hogfish! - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine Monday, 2/21, Don Kennis, his dad, Doug, and his twelve-year-old son, Bradley, fished a catch-and-release trip with me about 18 miles west of New Pass. We released a hogfish, thirty man more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2011-02-21
10:33 AM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Finally Fishing weather on the Horizon! - The week of 2/7 was not very angler-friendly. There were rough seas and gusty winds offshore and low-tide conditions in the bay, as consecutive weather fronts moved through our area. I finally got to fish in the bay on Friday, 2/11 but it was a chill more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2011-02-07
11:50 AM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Snapper fill grouper void; Trout inshore - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine Monday, 1/24, seas were calmer and I took advantage of those conditions to head out to two spots, one 28 miles west of New Pass and one 36 miles out, to fish in about 65 feet with long- more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2011-01-24
9:14 AM

SWFL-Bonita Beach: Snapper & Sheepies Offshore; Reds & Trout In - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine Tuesday, 1/11, I fished a catch-and-release backwater trip with Mike Hubble and Mike Richards, who had escaped the snow up north and just wanted a warm day out on the water. We released more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2011-01-10
11:14 AM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Snappermania! - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine By Wednesday morning, 12/29, though still frigid first thing, there was a warming trend in force and, best of all, seas were only two feet. I headed out to 43 feet, west of New Pass, wi more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2010-12-28
11:18 AM

SW FL-Bonita beach: Big, Winter Sheepshead are Here - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine I was in port for several days the week of December 12th, due to a strong cold-front that elevated seas offshore to 12-18 feet, as winds gusted and temperatures plummeted. By Thursday, c more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2010-12-13
12:15 PM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Mixed Bag Offshore - No oil—No spoil Our Beaches are Clean—Our Waters Pristine After a rainy cold-front pushed through the area on Wednesday, 12/1, seas were rough through Thursday. Predictions were for 15 knot winds and 2-4 foot seas on Friday but, when I headed o more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach

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