39 Hour Long Range Deep Sea Fishing Trip 11/6/15 | http://www.HubbardsMarina.com

39 Hour Long Range Deep Sea Fishing Trip 11/6/15 | http://www.HubbardsMarina.com

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“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

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17 Comments

  1. Nick Steven on April 14, 2020 at 5:29 pm

    My kind of fishing 40 hours straight till you can’t stand anymore I love it

  2. DDS DELIMA DEATH SQUAD on April 14, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    how i wish we can have like this in cebu.. Philippines!

  3. Metho Nelson on April 14, 2020 at 5:38 pm

    How do you know what fish belongs to who?

  4. Ashok S on April 14, 2020 at 5:52 pm

    Whats the cost of 39 hours deep sea fishing per head ?

  5. Grow Rookie 84 on April 14, 2020 at 5:53 pm

    How do you decide who gets the "trolling fish"? It seems as if the folks at the back of the boat has an opportunity to have lines in the water during this time. Thanks for the feedback.

  6. johnwoa on April 14, 2020 at 5:56 pm

    I haven’t heard back from you regarding my previous comment(s) but I just had to write and say "WOW!!!" regarding those vintage B/W photos you posted on your Facebook page.  As I have been commenting all along and for a long time, Hubbard’s Pier history is very rich and very interesting and I know you will get a great response on those vintage photos that you have on Facebook.  I thought I recognized two fishermen in those photos, but I am not sure about it.  I hope you will keep posting more vintage photos.  Your tradition is very important!  Again, the St. Pete Times’ archives is a virtual treasure trove of news items, articles and photos re: Hubbard’s Pier, etc….  If I had to pick one as an example, I wouldn’t know where to begin!  The late Red Marston, outdoor editor for the St. Petersburg Times, said in an article back in 1969 when the original Florida Fisherman was put into service— Marston was giving a brief history of Capt. Wilson Hubbard— Red Marston wrote something to the effect that "… Anyone who could start a business down in Pass-a-Grille at the beginning of the Great Depression deserves a medal!"  Hubbard’s Pier/Deep Sea Fishing history has fascinated me for 50 years and I can never get enough of it!  I hope you will post more vintage photos, especially of the fishing vessels.  Do you have any additional "detailed" photos of the party boat Flying Fisherman?  When "Hub" got that converted crewboat right before Christmas in 1966, the newspaper write-up said that he was like a "kid with a new toy that Santa brought him"!  Sorry so lengthy but you got me going!  More vintage photos plz!

  7. Ivan Acevedo on April 14, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    how much this trip run for?

  8. Melanie Tyner on April 14, 2020 at 6:03 pm

    On these long trips does Hubbard supply tackle and bait.

  9. johnwoa on April 14, 2020 at 6:04 pm

    I don’t do Facebook but I really like seeing the photos from the Nov. 19th deep drop trip on your Facebook page.  In light of what you said previously about Ed Sumrall not liking the chilly weather, etc…, I was very happy to see that Jig head Ed again hopped on board at the last minute to make the trip!  Ed’s the man!!!  He loves deep water fishing so much that he just can’t stay ashore!  I liked how one person on Facebook referred to him as "The legend".  LOL!!!  I’ll second that!  I’m sure Ed could teach me many things about successful offshore fishing if I was back down there.  BTW, that photo of Ed at your weigh station with his two monster Wahoo is a CLASSIC!  It definitely could be used in Hubbard’s Marina advertising.

  10. johnwoa on April 14, 2020 at 6:10 pm

    Another great video by Mr. Bob Harbison.  His videos just keep getting better and better!  It’s the same with the catches aboard the Florida Fisherman II.  They just keep getting better and better!  Those were nice shots of Jig head Ed Sumrall catching those Kingfish and that REALLY BIG Blackfin Tuna.  I really hope that he will be going on your 63-hour deep drop trip next week.  If the weather and currents are better than the last deep drop trip, I know that Ed will do much better with the snowies and, maybe he will rig up and latch onto that BIG Warsaw that I have been previously talking about.  Ed’s the man!  Really nice Mangrove Snapper and big Gags in this 39-hour catch.  Maybe it’s best to venture west and hit some really deep water for the large Gag’s before their season closes.  I wanted to add that food always tasted much better out at sea on the party boats and maybe Mr. Harbison could do some video of the galley and the sandwiches and meals that are served up on these extended trips.  That always makes me hungry and wishing I was out there!  🙂

  11. Frank LoGrande on April 14, 2020 at 6:12 pm

    Aren’t the bugs out at night or is it not as bad in the Keys.

  12. johnwoa on April 14, 2020 at 6:12 pm

    A follow-up to my previous note regarding the Facebook vintage photo of the two gentlemen on Hubbard’s Pier.  Call me crazy, but the man wearing the captain’s hat does not look like Captain Hubbard.  I’ve seen photos of him from the mid to late 1950’s and the man in the photo doesn’t look like him.  Even the captain’s hat has a different emblem on the front.  I am curious as to the origin of this photo.  I am very intrigued regarding this photo and I hope I am not being a pest.  Hubbard’s Marina, Hubbard’s Pier down in Pass-a-Grille and your extensive history is second-to-none and I will always speak very highly of it!

  13. Izy S on April 14, 2020 at 6:13 pm

    Do you ever get extremely tired or sick of this because it’s 39 HOURS

  14. Angelina Schwark on April 14, 2020 at 6:13 pm

    It looks like a fantastic Florida fish fry freakout! Great video! Right on!

  15. jim reed on April 14, 2020 at 6:18 pm

    Can/t Believe they kept all those fish

  16. johnwoa on April 14, 2020 at 6:24 pm

    Saw the photo on Facebook of Capt. Mark holding that Kitty Mitchell with his cigar.  Also the recent photo of Capt. Mark holding a large Gag Grouper from another deep drop trip— also with a cigar.  Like father, like son!  I remember the very first time I met Captain Wilson Hubbard back in the 1960’s when I was a kid.  It was down at Hubbard’s Pier in the office.  Being familiar with photos of him that appeared in the newspaper and also seeing him weekdays on TV (Channel 10), I didn’t recognize Capt. Hubbard at first because he was not wearing his captain’s hat.  He was sitting at the desk wearing reading glasses and was counting a BIG wad of bills—- carefully holding a cigar in his mouth while counting the money!  A great memory I will always remember.

  17. Nick Steven on April 14, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    How much do3s something like this cost? I can imagine like 2000 dollars along that line

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