FPSC Member 18 Hour Gulfstar North Grounds Extended Day Trip
May 28 @ 6:00 am - May 29 @ 12:00 pm$266
Let’s make great memories with fellow FPSC members, fishing the Gulf of Mexico (and at a reasonable price too!).
This is a quality charter company, known for incredible productivity and excellent service. You may recall, club president Frank Briganti tested this charter out for us all last year, taking a full two-day trip on this boat….EXCELLENT report!
18 Hour Gulfstar North Grounds Extended Day departs 6am May 28, 2019
This trip departs at 6am and returns midnight the same day. We will steam up to the north grounds and fish wrecks, springs, ledges and potholes. The ride out is not as long as it is to the Middle grounds but you can catch quality fish at a fraction of what a Middle Grounds trip costs.
The price includes prepared meals and beverages, live and dead bait, tackle, ice and cleaning your catch. The ride out is 3-5 hours. Water depth 50-100 feet and we target Gag, Red and Scamp Grouper, as well as Mangrove Snapper and sometimes Amberjack. This trip is a great choice or those anglers that want a shot at Big Fish without a multi-day trip. 1 day bag limit on this trip.
$260.00 per person
Price includes: Fishing and rigging advice, prepared meals, soft drinks, coffee, frozen and live bait, ice, fish cleaning and parking.
Departs 6 am, Returns Midnight
1 cooler not over 60 qts. per person
Rod rental $10
Lodging Special Close By at
Quality Inn & Suites Tarpon Springs
38724 US Hwy 19 N, Tarpon Springs, FL, 34689, US
For those of us not relishing the drive to depart at 6:00 am, double rooms are available $223 (that’s-like $100/person with two anglers !).
YOU CAN CHOOSE YOUR FISHING SPOT using the interactive tool and the following link:
16 and 17 already booked by two FPSC members, so please RESERVE NOW !!
Join us at the regular monthly meeting this Wednesday, March 20 at 7:00 pm for a full review of the trip and an opportunity to have your questions answered. You can also visit the charter webite at:
www.gulfstarfishing.com for more information (however, note that this particular charter is not listed on the public site)