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Bonita Beach Fishing Reports


2009-05-23
3:49 PM

Backwater Reds, Trout & Shark; Yellowtail & Muttons Offshore - Monday morning, 5/18, Tim Guthman and his six-year-old son, Tyler, had hoped to go fishing offshore. But the time-line on an approaching weather front was uncertain and had me concerned about rough seas offshore for the little guy so I recommended we more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-05-16
2:07 PM

Kings, Shark & Snapper - Monday, 5/11, was one of those days that is bound to happen about three times a year and, fortunately, not more than that. The party for the gulf trip I had scheduled did not show up and did not call me or answer my calls. So, after purchasing the da more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-05-09
1:25 PM

400 lb. goliath whips two of us! - Saturday morning, May 2nd, I fished Estero Bay with brothers, Steve and Howard Potash, and their wives, Loree and Bonnie. We caught three trout, two of which were keepers at 17 ˝ inches, and we released two undersized snook and mangrove snapper. A more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-05-02
11:49 AM

SW FL-Kingfish in 42 feet - Monday and Tuesday's winds and seas of 2-4 feet scared my anglers away. Wednesday, 4/29, I headed offshore to about 40 feet with John Holtman and three of his friends. Winds were easterly but still pretty strong and seas were hefty. The group caught more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-04-25
4:33 PM

SW FL- Red Grouper, All Kinds of Snapper, Goliath-Wrestling - Monday morning, 4/20, after a previous week of high winds and seas, I made the mistake of believing the predictions for 2-3 foot seas near-shore, with winds calm first thing in the morning. I headed to the Wiggins five mile reef with Tom & Dawn Wolfe more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-04-18
1:17 PM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Nice Red Bayside; Nice Gag Offshore - Monday, 4/13, the winds kicked up again—a familiar story here for the past three weeks or so. With seas offshore building four to six feet, I recommended inshore-fishing for George Flanders and his son. The bay has been tough recently too because of more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-04-11
1:46 PM

These are the times that try Captains' souls... - Just ahead of another cold-front predicted to come through our area Monday evening, Bill Oswald and his eight-year-old daughter, Grace, fished Estero Bay with me Monday morning, 4/6. We had some gusts of wind but nothing like the winds expected on Tu more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-04-04
12:47 PM

SW FL-Estero Bay & Bonita Beach Reefs - Monday, 3/30, looked like it might have to be an inshore day when I heard the marine forecast the night before. But by early morning, the forecast had changed and it was looking calm enough to head to the reefs. I fished there with Dave Kempston, his more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-03-28
10:39 AM

SW FL-Bonita Beach: Inshore & Reef Report - With gusty winds and high seas Sunday morning, 3/22, Stuart Norris and Mike Holers took my recommendation to fish the backwaters. We fished central Estero Bay with live shrimp, where we caught a 23 inch black drum (see photo) and five keeper sheepshe more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2009-03-22
9:35 AM

Kings, Mangs, Sheepies, Porgies, Pompano & Trout - Fishing with Lynn and Margie Harned and friends Dave and Jeannie Jenkins on Monday, 3/16, we had a productive morning in 45 feet out of New Pass, using live shrimp. We caught six keeper mangrove snapper between 15 and 17 inches, a dozen whitebone por more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach

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