63 hour Deep Drop Salt Water Fishing Trip 10/15/15 Gulf Grand Slam http://www.HubbardsMarina.com

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St. Petersburg FL | Clearwater FL | Gulf Beaches Florida

“If You’re too busy to go fishing, You’re just too busy!” and if you haven’t fished with us, You’re missing out!

Hubbard’s marina operates two large party boats or head boats plus a 12 passenger private charter boat. Our party boats run 5 hour,10 hour, 12 hour and 39 hour trips!

Our 12 hour and 39 hour trips are our specialty trips where you can catch the amberjack and red snapper, and we fish in over 120 foot where the big grouper and plentiful snapper roam. Come out and see us!

Or book our AWESOME 63-hour DEEP DROP fishing trip!

Hubbard’s Marina also offers:
Guaranteed dolphin sightings on our daily Dolphin Tours
Eco Tours Depart 3x Daily
Ferry boat ride from Fort De Soto Park out to Egmont Key State park

We rent Kayaks, Paddleboards and we do Segway rentals

Book Your Tour or Activity Online NOW: http://www.HubbardsMarina.com

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12 Replies to “63 hour Deep Drop Salt Water Fishing Trip 10/15/15 Gulf Grand Slam http://www.HubbardsMarina.com”

  1. Any chance of getting big catches like this on the 39 hour trip? Looking to target mackerel and amberjack, but doesn't look like you offer the 63 hour trip anymore.

  2. Alright, going to have to plan on this trip. I have the 39 and day trips under my belt.

  3. Man!!!! The ocean is like a box of chocolates you never know what you are gonna get👍😉.🌹💐.

  4. What?  No comments???  All I can say about this video is— WOW!!!!  ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC!!!  A BIG THANK YOU to Mr. Bob Harbison for all his hard work, his dedication and for making this video (and all of the others) possible!  I know that it is a passion for him and I'm sure it is hard work.  I must say that I do not know any of the fishermen or crew members in this video, but I almost feel as if I know them by virtue of seeing them and their names mentioned regularly in these videos and in the photos from the Hubbard's Marina Facebook page.  These guys are gonna wind up getting an extensive following, maybe similar to those captains and crews of those crab boats up in Dutch Harbor, Alaska!  Ed Sumrall really knows how to haul in those large Gag Grouper from those deep water "commercial areas"  beginning at 4:48 into this video.  Also, that fisherman at 6:02 looks like he had a monster bottom fish hooked that he was trying to wrestle off of the bottom.  Maybe a Warsaw?  It's a shame he couldn't get it. That is a beautiful Wahoo Ed Sumrall caught beginning at 6:10.  If anyone could conquer a fish like that, it would be "Jig head Ed".  He's really lucky that huge Wahoo didn't strip all of his line off his reel.  Ed's the man!!!  Also, what a beautiful Bull Dolphin caught by Justin Perlow!  I saw the photo of it on your Facebook page.  Excellent video!  Great trip with lots of huge grouper!  Good luck on this Thursday's (Oct. 22) 63-hour trip.  I hope the seas subside a bit and that the weather cooperates for you.  😉

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