Todayâ€™s Sanibel Captiva fishing charter: Â Sanibel fishing, Redfish.
Sanibel fishing, Sunday, 5/31/15: redfish on the Sanibel oyster bars; for more Sanibel fishing photos from Sanibel Captiva fishing charters and reports from our Sanibel fishing and Captiva fishing guidesâ€™ boats out of Jensenâ€™s Marina and â€˜Tween Waters Marina, please go to our sisterÂ Captiva,Â Fort Myers,Â Florida Fishing Report,Â Cuban Fishing, andÂ Seashell & ShellingÂ sites.
Weâ€™re big advocates of catch and release, particularly for snook, but pretty muchÂ for most species. Â Only take what you are going to eat, and a lot of fish are better off as sport fish, even if they are in season. Â Our motto is let â€˜em get bigger and catch â€˜em again!
Sanibel fishing charters with Captain Joe Burnsed, Sr. or Captain Joey Burnsed Â â€“ or letâ€™s go on a North Captiva or Cayo Costa Island shelling guide trip.
It is well worth the half hour drive from Fort Myers for a Sanibel fishing outing; weâ€™ll catch fish and the scenery is beautiful.
Please call 239-472-8658 and weâ€™ll lineup a charter!
We depart from Castaways Marina, Santiva, Sanibel Island, on the bay side, just south of the Blind Pass bridge to Captiva Island.
If you had a good Sanibel fishing experience with Hank and me, please post an â€œexcellentâ€ review at ourÂ please post an â€œexcellentâ€ review onÂ Google Places,Â TripAdvisor,Â Yelp, orÂ Facebook! Â If you had any issues at all with your charter, please let us know immediately and weâ€™ll do everything we can to make it right! Â Huge thanks for doing this!
Fair winds and following seas,
Captain Joe Burnsed, Sr. & Captain Joey Burnsed ~ please call 239-472-8658 or emailÂ captjoefred@gmail to book a Sanibel & Captiva, Fort Myers or Boca Grande fishing guide or charter.