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PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2021 5:42 am    Post subject: Fishbuster Charters July wrap-up Reply with quote

It has been hot out there! But out on the water is the coolest place to be:-)

Jennifer Kelly, her fiancé, Rich, and Rich’s grandmother, Jane, fished Estero Bay’s backwaters on Friday morning, 7/2. They used live shrimp to catch fifteen mangrove snapper, including four keepers, all 11 to 12 inches. They released fourteen sheepshead shorts and two pufferfish.

After Tropical Storm Elsa finally cleared our area, I fished in Estero Bay’s backwaters on Thursday morning, 7/8, with Jacob Siebert, Dave Mungo, and friend, Brandon. They used live shrimp to catch and release thirty-one mangrove snapper shorts and a half-dozen short sheepshead. They boxed a 24-inch black drum, the first of those I have seen in a good while.

John and Karen Weigle and their two young daughters, Sarah and Maria, fished southern Estero Bay’s backwaters Friday morning, 7/9. They used live shrimp to catch fifteen mangrove snapper, including one keeper, and also boxed a 14-inch permit.

Bob and Lauren Peelman and their young children, Cameron and Dylan, fished a catch-and-release trip in southern Estero Bay’s backwaters, using live shrimp, on Tuesday morning, 7/13. They released eight mangrove snapper, five sheepshead, and a 21-inch snook.

Rick Holcomb and his three sons, Kyle, Jared, and Patrick fished 20 miles west of New Pass on Wednesday morning, 7/14/21, using cut-bait. They caught and released fifteen red grouper shorts, and caught two lane snapper, including one keeper. They also boxed twenty of thirty-five grunts, releasing the lucky fifteen that weren’t needed for fish tacos!

Carson Trania, his dad Robert, and Carson’s girlfriend, Alyssa Chetti, fished twenty miles west of New Pass on Thursday morning, 7/22. They used cut-bait and squid to catch and release fifteen red grouper shorts to 19 inches, two lane snapper shorts, and four yellowtail snapper shorts. They boxed four keeper-sized lane snapper and twenty grunts.
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This 24-inch black drum Dave Mungo caught was the first I'd seen in a while.


The kids had a great time reeling in 4 of these spadefish Smile
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