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Sanibel fishing

Capt. Dave Andrews
April 8, 2013
Sanibel - Saltwater Fishing Report

The weather has started to turn the water warm and fish like it!. Sanibel and Captiva Islands will soon see migrating Tarpon visit the beaches and bay. Last Thursday I fished a half day before a late season cold front with my brother from Atlanta. We struggled to find a day that wasn't raining and settled on Thursday. As clouds approached we caught a few ladyfish for bait, and saw a couple blowups. I was hoping they were Tarpon.

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10 minutes after deploying the first bait we were on!. 30 minutes, 5 jumps she was released.

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Then we went for Redfish, releasing a nice 28" fish.

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We had already caught Tarpon, Trout, and Redfish. Tried for snook, but the rain drove us back to the dock. Grand Slam next time. Great day !. Captain Dave. 239-410-7194

Sanibel Fishing Forecast:

Tarpon, snook, redfish, Sharks, Spanish mackrel..and lots of fun fish. What do you want??

Target Species:

Snook, redfish, Tarpon

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You are invited to fish the pristine waters near Sanibel, Captiva and Pine Island. Snook, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout are some of the many species available. A comfortable trip in the 24 ft. 2011 Avenger bay boat will take up to 6 anglers fishing. Captain Dave loves kids, so bring the family fishing. Captain Dave has been fishing South West florida for over 30 years, he is a USCG licensed Captain and insured.

Contact Info:

Andrews Fishing
129 SE 16th terrace
Cape coral, FL 33990
Phone: 239-410-7194
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