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Offshore report with Capt. John Gunter 1-29-16

We ran out from Tierre Verde to 45-50 ft.  With it only one day after a cold front expectations were not high for a good bite.  The morning bite started off slow with only a few grunts being...

Offshore with Capt. Billy Nobles

Capt. Billy Nobles: I don’t think I have ever laughed so hard on a charter as I did today. What a great group of guys. We started off kind of tough and then ended up catching about 20 keeper...

Hubbard’s Near-Offshore 1-21-16

Near shore– The Bertrand family from Seminole recently chartered the HUB for a half day private charter. They caught some beautiful red grouper and plenty of snapper despite the slower bite we...

Hubbard’s Inshore Report 1-21-16

Paul Matthews, a St. Petersburg local who works for Don’s Dock was slamming the sheepshead and mangrove snapper the past few days from their dock at the east end of the boardwalk. He was using live...

Winter in Tampa Bay

Looks like the cool weather is bringing out the big boys! (Blake Harris) (Tony Prevatt) (Capt. Glen F. Taylor)

25″ Snook

Todd Foucher- “Sorry just have to brag and tell everyone that this is my grandson and his biggest snook at 25″ and he caught it all by himself!!” Photo:Todd Foucher

Hubbard’s Nearshore Offshore Report 1-7-16

Near shore– The recent windy, rainy and rough conditions has hindered our start to the red grouper season but we finally got an all day trip out today to go after them. We did get a private...

Hubbard’s Inshore Report 1-7-16

The flounder and sheepshead bite inside Johns Pass has turned on! Almost every local angler we talked to when collecting fishing report info said they had caught either a flounder or a sheepshead....

Tampa Bay Snook and Reds

Fishing the waters surrounding Tampa Bay. We target everything from snook, reds, trout, tarpon, cobia, snapper, grouper and much more with Todd Foucher

Hogfish Jan 2016

Hogfish bite it getting good! Photo by Joseph Dephillips