Captain Paul's Sanibel & Captiva Charters

Captain Paul's Sanibel & Captiva Charters
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Address3169 Twin Lakes Ln
Sanibel, FL 33957, US

About Captain Paul's Sanibel & Captiva Charters

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Back Bay and Gulf of Mexico fishing for Redfish, Snook Trout, Mackerel Cobia, Kingfish, and Manatee/Dolphin trips, lunch and shelling trips to the out island of Cayo Costa and Upper Captiva

24ft Pathfinder with 225 Yamaha well equipped with Power Pole, Garmin Sidescan, Ulterra self-deploy Trolling motor, Yeti Coolers. 



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By Capt Paul Sanibel-Captiva on 11/4/2020 4:21:07 PM • Rank (234) • Views (274) •Comments(0)
As we begin a new decade I’m optimistic that we have turned a vitally important corner in the management of our waters and fishery.   We are under an emergency closure on the harvest of Redfish Snook and Trout due to the severe red tide outbreak of the last 2 years. We are hoping it will […] The post 2020 Sanibel & Captiva Fishing Reports appeared...

By Capt Paul Sanibel-Captiva on 11/4/2020 4:21:07 PM • Rank (153) • Views (153) •Comments(0)
January 2020 Fishing has started off with a bang once the winds died down on the 14th we were able to get out in the gulf and get away from some of the extreme low tides in the bay making many area’s inaccessible. Having seen sargasso weeds in the bay when out still relatively fresh   […] The post January 2020 appeared first on Captiva & Sanibel F...

By Capt Paul Sanibel-Captiva on 11/4/2020 4:21:06 PM • Rank (114) • Views (149) •Comments(0)
Very impressive numbers of fish have been in the area for some time but the late cold front shut them down for a bit.  Now with water back up to 78-80 degree’s the fish are on a binge.   Here is a fish caught in Redfish Pass on Friday before weekend boat traffic stomped all over […] The post Sanibel & Captiva Tarpon Season Gaining steam appeared f...

By Capt Paul Sanibel-Captiva on 11/14/2018 7:16:23 PM • Rank (634) • Views (668) •Comments(0)
February 2016 has been one of the most challenging months to fish I can remember in a very long time.   Extreme weather conditions accompanied by the heaviest rainfall totals ever recorded in February has let to a double whammy of red tide and extreme water releases from Lake Okeechobee. Water temperatures have ranged from 57 […]

By Capt Paul Sanibel-Captiva on 11/14/2018 7:16:22 PM • Rank (621) • Views (677) •Comments(0)
Finally the waters have warmed over 70 and are likely to stay above 70 this year.  With the warming temps at 74-75 the magic number for many species.  Redfish are again showing up in number Snook is improving every day.  And the first Tarpon have pushed into the bay for the dedicated die hard tarpon […]

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