Inshore Fishing Charters Florida

Inshore Fishing

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Inshore fishing is fast, furious, and exciting

Inshore fishing in the Tampa Bay, Clearwater, St. Petersburg waters is fast, furious, and exciting. We have the opportunity to catch multiple species every month of the year. No matter what your wishes are we can help you have a great day on the water.

Some people want to come out here and do nothing but chase tarpon during the summer… Great! We will chase them and catch them by sight casting plugs, or live bait to rolling fish! Others want to catch a variety of fish and just want to catch A LOT of fish. In that case we may be catching Snook, Redfish, Trout, Sharks, Jacks, or Cobia! Either way we are going to use reliable light tackle equipment and your guide will always go above and beyond to make sure that we have the right type of lures or bait no matter what. It is important to tell us what makes you most happy… Catching a lot of fish? Or catching a specific type of fish? Or both?? No matter what we will guide you and put you on the fish in style! We run a 24 ft Yellowfin Bay boat, and 3 different Hells Bay flats boats to ensure that we get you to the fish fast, safe, and most of all FUN!

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Charter Captain Brian Dopirak

Meet the Captain

It all started for Brian at a young age. He grew up as a Florida-native in Palm Harbor where he learned how to fish from one of the most respected fisherman in the state; his father, Captain Al Dopirak. Brian grew up fishing the Tampa bay area and he had two loves in his life; fishing and baseball! At the age of eight, Brian started playing baseball and continued to play through high school until he got drafted by the Chicago cubs in the second round. He played professional baseball a total of close to 10 years, playing for three different major league organizations; the Chicago Cubs, Toronto Blue Jays and the Houston Astros. He led his dream life having both loves as a career; baseball through the season and fishing during the offseason.

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