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Grab your mask and summon your adventurous spirit! Join us under the sea as we search for the elusive bay scallop in Charlotte Harbor! But don’t wait too late — space is limited!

by on Jun.27, 2014, under Ft. Myers, Sanibel and Captiva, Middle Charlotte Harbor, Upper Charlotte Harbor

Saturday, July 26, 2014
9 am-2 pm
Calling Volunteer Boaters and Snorkelers!
Approximately 40 boats and up to 150 snorkelers are needed!
Join us in a resource monitoring program to document the health and status of bay scallop populations by snorkeling and looking for scallops in select areas.

This is a **No Harvest** event.

We are recruiting:
Volunteers with shallow draft boats. Canoes and kayaks are also welcome. Please let us know if you can take additional snorkelers on your boat. And please bring a dive flag if you have one.
Snorkelers without boats are welcome; however, boat spaces are limited.
Volunteers need to bring sunscreen, a mask, snorkel and gloves, and be able to snorkel/swim 50 meters (about 150 feet). Fins/weight belt are optional.

Scallop searchers will meet at Gasparilla Marina to receive survey equipment and instructions for the monitoring event. Lunch will be provided once you return to shore.

Reservations are required to participate in the event and space is limited so reserve your spot today!

Registration and More Information
Contact the Organizer | 941-764-4346 | UF/IFAS Charlotte Co. Extension on Facebook

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Weston’s WannaB Inn, Englewood Beach At Its Finest! Fisherman Friendly, too!

by on Aug.07, 2013, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS, Siesta Key to Boca Grande, TAMPA BAY AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, Upper Charlotte Harbor

As a kid, in the 1960s, my parents’ idea of a great vacation was to drive to the border of Sarasota and Charlotte County and stay in a small motel at Englewood Beach.  There, we’d swim during the day and usually fish for snook all night.  Englewood Beach takes up the southern, Charlotte County, end of Manasota Key, and is accessed by a bridge from the mainland south of Englewood “proper”.  The island’s main road is Gulf Blvd, which runs from the entrance to Stump Pass State Park all the way to the northern end of the island.

Lodging options at the WannaB Inn Range from low-rise to high rise. All are comfortable and nicely appointed.

The fishing's great at Englewood Beach, as is the beachgoing!

At the aforementioned southern end of Gulf Blvd (At #985, to be exact and to help your GPS), lies Weston’s WannaB Inn, a true Florida treasure, and one of the most angler-friendly lodgings in the area.  At the WannaB Inn, you can launch your boat and tie up to one of the three docks on Lemon Bay, or rent a boat (powered by one of those “green” 5HP outboards that runs on propane).  Then, you can fish Lemon Bay while the rest of your crew basks in the sun at the pool or the beach, or takes a walk down Stump Pass State Park to the pass.  There are 80 clean and nicely-appointed rooms and suites at the WannaB, each with comfortable appointments, including kitchens.  And for the folks who just can’t get away from their iphones and ipads, there’s full Wi-Fi throughout the property.

Going fishing in Charlotte County is wonderful, but so is the local food.  I recommend you take the 15-minute drive to Placida and eat at least one dinner at The Fishery Restaurant (13000 Fishery Road, Placida, FL  33946  PH: (941) 697-2451).  There, always ask about the specials, and if they have shrimp and scallops over pasta, give it a try.  You’ll enjoy the food and the view to the docks and Charlotte Harbor.

Make the short drive to Placida's Fishery Restaurant

Enjoy the eclectic interior at The Fishery

Don't misss the scallops and shrimp at The Fishery

...and don't forget the view!

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Captain Van Hubbard’s Venice to Boca Grande fishing report for January 27, 2013.

by on Jan.27, 2013, under Siesta Key to Boca Grande

When fishing is any thing near normal I can maintain a schedule but this mess has frustrated me to no end! We had a nice trip on Monday I’m just glad I have the Evinrude 200 E-Tec for power because fishing now requires a boat ride. The economy and speed are life savers. Rides are not a bad thing; our Charlotte Harbor area is beautiful now. The winter birds are abundant with hundreds of huge white pelicans, all kinds of wading birds and too many ospreys to count. It’s just gas costs are hard on my budget so I’d much rather catch fish in Lemon Bay and spend more time fishing. Actually I must admit like many of my friends that fish with me, I do prefer catching. Right now catching requires that we cruise around to find happy fish more than usual.
Normally I can put together a game plan and rarely need to alter it. Some stops are hot others are not. My good friend Scotty calls it a mail route and that works for me. These days fishing spots as messed up as our mail system; isn’t e-mail great.  Every day is totally new. At first this bugged me but now I realize that us old salts don’t take new paths unless we are forced to. So I figure this is what it takes to get me out of the old rut and discover; actually rediscover Charlotte Harbor and beyond! Shucks, I just might learn something.
Alright I’ll get to the fishy part. I am finding some quality fish I just never know where to start. After four decades of fishing I have an understanding of what our fish want to do. But between the other folks sharing the fishery and now this red tide mess I am back to the basics. Ride hard until I see mullet and wading birds. They tell me the area is alive; simple but very important right now. Then carefully dial in some desirable fish for my folks to catch. We may start out with anything to bend our rods. Ladyfish are fun and much better than nothing. Trout are abundant but many are small; great for future fishing but not dinner to night. Redfish are looking very good if you have the patience to locate and then stalk these shy flats trophies. Snook have been abundant and biting but catch and release only. I am very optimistic about this springs fishing because I’m seeing a lot of big fish. In side is fine we just need to invest time riding and looking; then make the most of our opportunities!
Near shore has bright spots but is not dependable this time of year; but awesome so far! We have the warmest winter waters I have ever seen now. Mid seventies most days, yes those red tide blooms are totally unpredictable. So while I am not pushing our near shore fishing now we have excellent odds if you are a gambler; nothing ventured, nothing is gained! Spanish and king mackerel are around. Baitfish are frequently available, in quantity too! Cobia are on the wrecks but it’s a ride we only do in fair weather. If we have a trip set up for outside and it’s windy, we do have a backup plan to fish inside protected waters.
I to wish I had a crystal ball to predict this red tide mess, and our weather while I’m at it; yea the Super Bowl too; but that’s not the way it is!
Let’s go fishin’ soon, if you’re up for it? Please get your spring and summer dates locked in soon others are not procrastinating! Thank you for your support.
Captain Van Hubbard <www.captvan.com>

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