Saltwater Fishing in SW FL-Naples, Bonita, Ft. Myers Beach
Fishbuster Charters, Bonita Beach, FL
Cap't Dave Hanson
"They hatch 'em--We catch 'em!"
Who Ya Gonna Call? Fishbuster!
(239) 947-1688 (8AM--8PM daily)
Click on any species link below to view pics of that particular species. Click on recent pics to see a variety of catches over the past several months.
Ok, so the blue runner bit a shrimp and
the grouper bit the blue runner--food chain!
Sailfish! But it was caught in the Keys on a personal trip.
This mahi mahi (dolphin) was caught in the Keys,but in a rare instance, the one below was caught in local waters.
This blue crab bit a hook!
Gafftop sail cat-not a fisherman's favoritebut fun to catch
Lady fish are common, but this one is large.
Porkfish are common too, but this is an exceptionally large one.
Remoras suction themselves to shark and other large fish...in this case, to little kids' faces and fingers!
Rock Beauty-lives in the rocks-pretty!
Moonfish, also known as look-downs
Big (21-inch) white margates
Normally, we use pinfish for bait...but this one bit a shrimp, and measured 13 inches!
Caught a starfish on a hook!
Sightings: left to right, bat rays circling, pilot whales stranded off New Pass, a manatee surfacing, and a sea turtle.
Your guess is as good as ours???? Our expert saysit is a hermit crab, stripped of its outer covering.
Huge pinfish,14 1/2 inches, bit a shrimp
21-inch yellow jack (unusual)
23-inch sail-cat, with close-up
Wow, this little guy decided to join us while we were fishing!