Dec 7

Sanibel Island and Captiva Island waters provide amazing fishing opportunities no matter what fishing skill level you have god. Whether you are seeking for the world record in fishing or you are complete novice, you will have a lovely fishing experience here. Do you prefer beach fishing or you are more into offshore fishing? Come to these lovely island and you won’t be wrong. If you fish via Catch Me If You Can Fishing Charters, premier Fort Myers fishing charter, you will get an opportunity to Sanibel Island fishing, but also to go on an incredible professional wildlife sightseeing or shellmound hunting trips. Catch me if you can offers you to have such a fun whether you are looking for the best Fort Myers fishing or seeking for the outstanding birdlife.

The Gulf of Mexico is known for its shallow water, so even if you are 30 miles offshore, the water might be only 50 feet deep. If you are looking for coral reefs, you wouldn’t be able to find them here, but there are many artificial reefs and wrecks, for both fishing and diving. Coquina shelves will offer you black and red grouper fishing, while other species you might fish are tripletail, Spanish and King mackerel, shark, amberjack, many kinds of snapper etc. When it comes to inshore (back bay) fishing, Sanibel Island offers many species including snook, sea trout, tarpon, redfish (the largest populations in Florida state). We have to say that Sanibel Island offers so spectacular tarpon fishing, that you should definitely try it once you get here, because of so many casts and so many opportunities.