Fort Myers fishing: Bonita or False Albacore Tuna.
Sunday, November 8, 2015, Fort Myers Fishing: bonito, bonita, little tunny or false albacore tuna; most of the time we’re within casting distance of land, fishing the Fort Myers mangroves, or the oyster bars or the passes; we’ll go out a mile or two into the bay or gulf if we’re looking for goliath grouper, or tarpon or sharks. Please see our Cuban Fishing, Seashell & Shelling, Sanibel, Captiva and Florida Fishing Report sites for charter photos from our other captains and additional fishing reports! Please click here for Best Sanibel & Captiva Things To Do and here for Sanibel & Captiva News.
We’re based in Fort Myers, but our boats leave from Castaways Marina on the northern tip of Sanibel Island, and ‘Tween Waters and Jensen’s Marinas on Captiva Island, all about a half hour drive from Fort Myers.
Please call 239-472-8658 to book a charter. Sunday, November 8, 2015, Fort Myers Fishing: a lot of bonita, little tunny or false albacore tuna hitting; daily Fort Myers Fishing Report & Info On Fort Myers Fishing Charters; Sanibel, Captiva, Fort Myers Fishing Trips For Families & Children; and Boca Grande Tarpon Sport Fishing Charters with Captains Joey Burnsed & Josh Schardin!
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Captains Joey Burnsed, Josh Schardin and first mates Charlie and Hank …