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Catch Me If U Can Fishing Charters
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The fishing is insane right now off Sanibel Island.
Big Tarpon, Permit and Redfish to be had.
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14341 Port Comfort Rd Fort Myers, FL 33908
14341 Port Comfort RoadUSFloridaFort Myers33908
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"He was fun and made the experience even more memorable."
"We went fishing first thing in the morning and caught redfish and sea trout."
"It was amazing, thanks for a great day on the water!"
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Jonathan Matthews
3 years ago
We just returned from an amazing vacation here in Florida. Catch Me If U Can Charters took us for an unforgettable adventure from the mainland at Fort Myers down the channel to the Sanibel Island area for a little sightseeing and a terrific fishing trip. We had so much fun with Captain Matt teaching us the proper ways to bait, throw, and hold the poles. I thought I knew a decent amount about fishing, but he sure showed me! Thanks to all of his experience, we caught a ton of redfish and trout making our trip a very successful one. We even were lucky enough to spot quite a few dolphins and even a shark! It was a win all the way around. Definitely one of the best way to spend your time and money when in the area! We will be back next year!
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Wayne L. Leming
4 years ago
We had a great time with my son on Catch Me If U Can Fishing Charters with Capt. Matt. We stayed 2 nights on Sanibel Island and wanted to fish a full day around the islands. We went fishing first thing in the morning and caught redfish and sea trout. It was a lot of action all at once. Luckily the water was pretty calm and so we went a little further out into the Gulf and got onto some mackerel. That lasted longer than we expected. The fishing was really fun for a shorter trip before we had to drive back home.
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Lifelong Learning
3 years ago
Loved fishing off the tip of Captiva in Redfish Pass, lunch at Barnacle Phil's Restaurant on North Captiva (must try their steamed shrimp w/black beans & rice) Kids had a blast! They saw a family of dolphins!
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A Google User
4 years ago
The fishing charter we did with Catch Me If U Can Fishing Charters was fantastic! We took a scenic ride through the flats of Pine Island Sound for about 20 minutes to the fishing grounds. We then caught all sorts of fish, some were trout which I didn’t realize was also a salt water fish. Captain Jeremy told me they were of the drum family. He really knows flats fishing in the back bays of Sanibel. I was totally impressed with his knowledge. Capt. Jeremy ran us up to Redfish Pass and beyond that even further north. We ended up catching two good sized redfish and two nice speckled sea trout as well as a few sheepshead and a small cobia who was a pretty good fighter! We had a wonderful day and learned so much about the beautiful Sanibel and Captiva waters.
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Response from the owner - 3 years ago
The RedFish is in the Drum family, we caught a few of thoughts too!
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Charmaine Pocek
3 years ago
This was amazing! We fished in Pine Island Sound behind Sanibel Island. The boat was so much better than I expected; it was so comfortable and we had great luck. Captain Matt was so awesome! He was fun and made the experience even more memorable. 10 stars!!!.
Response from the owner - 3 years ago
Thanks see you next year
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Anita Campos Gilmore
4 years ago
Thanks, Cap't Jeremy, for showing me such an awesome time out on the water last weekend. I've been around these parts for a long time, but I never knew about the wonderful secret fishing spots you showed me. It is true -- the fish really do follow you. Maybe that's why all those other fishing boats showed up and stuck close by us all afternoon.
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Amanda Harris
3 years ago
We were staying on Sanibel Island for our honeymoon. And yes, my soul mate was awesome and let me work in fishing trip while we were there. We had an outstanding experience with Captain Matt Hetrick. Capt. Matt was very courteous and knowledgeable about the water around Sanibel Island, all the way out into the Gulf. We caught sea trout and one redfish. We didn’t spend the whole time fishing. We also stopped on Cayo Costa for a picnic lunch we packed . It was all around wonderful.
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Matthew Erickson
3 years ago
I can’t say enough about our day on the water with Captain Jeremy of Catch Me If U Can Fishing Charters. We saw dolphins, turtles, manatees and a hammerhead shark. (Ask Captain Jeremy to take you to his secret manatee spot.) When we started fishing, well he said it was slow, but I can’t remember any time when I didn’t have a fish on. We pulled in quite a few sheepshead, but when we moved, that’s when we found the snook against the seawall at the tip of Captiva.