Areas We Fish
Safety Harbor Marina
Being located at the top of Tampa bay, it gets its name as a “safe harbor” that Spanish ships used to use while waiting out storms and is known for its Native American inhabitants. The Safety Harbor spa is an iconic landmark with more shops, restaurants and bars opening up just adjacent to create a scenic and active downtown setting. This location gives us access to all of upper Tampa bay and also provides protection from all directions the wind may blow, allowing us to adjust for the ever rotating weather patterns we often experience through the day. This marina is considered a “Clean Marina” by the standards of Pinellas County Department of Environmental Management.
The city of Dunedin has a total area of 28.2 square miles and 10.4 square miles of it is land making it a rather small town but it’s unique ambiance only adds to the first classy fishery. With downtown within walking distance of the marina this provides endless places to eat or drink after your fishing charter. There are multiple places to stay within a short walk/drive of the marina. The Dunedin Marina was also designated a “Clean Marina” by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Clearwater beach is home of pristine white sandy beaches and great hospitality. It also offers quick access to some world class tarpon, snook and redfishing. This boat ramp is a short drive and easy way way for me to get you on the water!
Gandy Boat Ramp
The Gandy boat ramp is conveniently located in the heart of Tampa bay and opens unlimited fishing opportunities. It is extremely easy to get to from the St. Petersburg and Tampa area because of it’s neighboring highways.
This park is named after Antonia Maximo Hernandez who was thought to be the first white settler and was also a fishing guide, businessman, and land owner for the Fort Brooke soldiers. For assisting Robert. E Lee, he was given a land grant where Maximo park sits today. This park sits at the mouth of Boca Ciega bay and opens up access to all of the southern peninsula of Pinellas County and the mouth of Tampa Bay. It has 24/7 access and plenty of parking for boats and is easily accessible from the interstate.
Anclote Boat Ramp
The anclote river in Tarpon springs is 29 miles long and flows westward into the Gulf of Mexico. It’s known for its sponge docks and Greek restaurants that line the river along with the multiple fish houses and commercial fishing boats that call this place home. This ramp is located near the mouth and is open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk. Boat trailer overnight parking is open 24 hours.