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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Hanson


2020-01-04
10:37 AM

Triggers, Grouper, Shark, Redfish, Sheepshead & More! - The day after Thanksgiving, 11/29, I fished the backwaters of southern Estero Bay with Dianne Hogler and her seventeen-year-old son, Ryan. They used live shrimp to catch twenty sheepshead, including four keepers that were all around 13 inches. They r more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-11-23
2:03 PM

Fishing action good offshore and inshore - I was off the water for all of September, but fished in southern Estero Bay on a windy morning Tuesday, October 1, with Roy and Derek Brown. The guys used live shrimp to catch and release three redfish to 19 inches. The 19-inch red would have been a more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-08-09
1:15 PM

Lots of rain, but fishing good when you can go - On Wednesday morning, 7/3/19, I fished miles west of New Pass with Dwayne McCoy and his family and friends. Although seas were predicted to be less than two feet, that was not the case until it was nearly time to head in from our -day excursion. But more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-07-03
12:12 PM

Fishing is great again! - I fished offshore, about twenty miles west of New Pass, on Wednesday morning, 5/29, with Paul and Belinda Parks. It was sloppy heading out, despite a seas forecast of two feet, but it calmed down toward mid-morning. The couple used squid to catch two more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-05-24
3:36 PM

Slow season, but the fishing is good - Wind, wind, wind, and more wind! That describes our weather pattern lately. Monday, 4/22, was predicted to be calm, after a couple weeks prior of mostly strong winds and rough seas. But long-time customer Roy Mittman and his son, Zack, who headed off more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-04-20
12:27 PM

Fighting winds & seas, but worth it! - Saturday morning, 3/23, I fished southern Estero Bay's backwaters with Tom Weid and his son, John. The guys caught thirteen sheepshead on live shrimp, including eight keepers from 13 inches to 18 inches. Seas were a little sloppy heading offshore more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-03-23
11:07 AM

Fun with lesser amberjacks! - Monday, 2/25, brothers Ed and Fred Armstrong had planned to fish offshore with me. A weather front came through the area over-night, however, and kicked up winds to about 25 knots, with very rough conditions offshore. So the guys decided to fish in E more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-02-25
12:01 PM

Great action offshore & inshore! - Craig and Jan Royal and their son, Dan, along with Craig's dad, Ron, fished southern Estero Bay's backwaters with me on Monday, 2/4/19. The family used live shrimp to catch four nice, keeper sheepshead, two at 14 inches and two at 17 inches. They als more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-02-04
2:14 PM

January Wrap-up - On Monday, 1/14, I headed offshore with Bill Conklin and his two friends, Mark and Susan. NOAA had forecast seas of two to three feet well offshore, but even out just eighteen miles from New Pass, we encountered seas of three to four feet. We didn't more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach


2019-01-04
3:14 PM

Fishing improving now that red tide is gone - Tuesday morning, 12/4/18, just ahead of a cold front due to arrive in the afternoon, I fished 20 miles west of New Pass with Ralph Marino, Bud Mulchy, and their friends, Ed and John. The guys used squid and cut-bait to catch six keeper lane snapper, more...
Capt. Dave Hanson - Bonita Beach

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