Welcome to Captain Noah’s Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach Fishing Charters!
The best way to experience Southwest Florida!!! USCG Licensed & Insured
Thanks for visiting, enjoy the day and please contact me with any questions. Email Noah@CaptainNoah.com
Below Tarpon proving things look cool in slow motion.
January Fishing 2016! Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Island Florida, Below newlyweds starting the new year right with a beautiful Redfish. Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach, a great place for honeymoons and Fishing.
Fishing with friends and family Sanibel and Fort Myers Beach Florida. Below a nice Cobia caught to start the new year. January is a great time to fish and visit southwest Florida.
Above an epic fall 2015 Redfish caught on 10lbs line by this lady angler, Captain Ryan on the assist. This fall has been a great year for bull reds. Redfish in the 40″ range are being caught in the nearshore waters of Sanibel, Captiva and Fort Myers Beach Florida.
We love light tackle fishing for Snook, Redfish and other Southwest Florida fish species. We also love beefing up the tackle to the extreme and wrestle a fish the size of a Volkswagen. Above is a video shot by a 9 year old while her father and I tangled with a monster Goliath Grouper. Great times, beautiful waters and awesome fishing, Sanibel and Fort Myers Florida!
Inshore fishing Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Florida is an awesome experience and a great way to spend any day. Above is one of our inshore highlights, the most excellent Snook! These legendary fish are targeted by anglers from all over the globe. The above fish was caught in the shallow waters surrounding one of the many mangrove islands that dot our inshore seascape.
Pictured above is a young man who bested a beautiful Sanibel Redfish. Redfish are another Sanibel and Fort Myers inshore fishing highlight. These beauties patrol mangrove islands, coastal shorelines, grass flats, oyster beds and can be caught with many different fishing techniques. One constant is their big runs and beautiful reddish scales.
Sharks! Sanibel and Fort Myers Florida are great place to target these toothy beasts. We have many different species each with there own special attributes. We target sharks both inshore and offshore Sanibel and Fort Myers Florida. Bring some muscle, endurance and clever “Jaws” quotes.
King Mackerel are one of the offshore Sanibel and Fort Myers Beach fishing highlights. They are fast, toothy and again, FAST! Nicknamed “smokers” for their drag screaming action. Pictured above is a young man who battled for 30 minutes unassisted, and landed a fish nearly the same size as himself. Family time on the water is priceless.
Charter fishing Sanibel and Fort Myers Beach is a great way to catch Snook (pictured above) Redfish, Tarpon, Grouper, Snapper, Sharks and many others. We have 50 plus sport fish in Southwest Florida.
Above a Gag Grouper, one of Sanibel and Fort Myers Beach offshore fishing highlights. Aside from being excellent table food, they provide back breaking angling action. Offshore fishing Sanibel and Fort Myers means motoring into the Gulf of Mexico. The gulf has an almost infinite fishery, and in general is straight up epic.
Cobia! Above an ugly duckling and one of our favorite fish to target. Sanibel and Fort Myers Beach are a great place to do many things, fishing is one of the best. We have 300 days of sunshine and 50 plus species of fish, 200 plus species of shells, 200 plus species of birds, dolphins, manatees, world class sunsets, enjoy and relax!
Above a great place for a swim! We love fishing with light tackle but also love to beef up the fishing tackle and target some of our giant fish species. Goliath Grouper (pictured above), Big Sharks, and Tarpon are among the monster fish swimming in Sanibel’s surrounding waters.
Fishing the offshore waters Sanibel and Fort Myers is epic. Aside from experiencing the vast beauty of the Gulf of Mexico and it’s inhabitants we also get to fish! Salt air, blue green water and sunshine, a pretty good combination for a great day. Above is a video taken while trying to tackle a very motivated King Mackerel. One of the key characteristics of any angler worth his or her salt is patience. Sometimes reeling like your pants are on fire is called for, other times methodical movements can be key to winning a fishing battle.
We aren’t always fishing but when we do, we prefer Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach Florida.
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