Share a Trip

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Share a Trip

Members only: If you would to share some space on your boat with another member or if you want to volunteer for someone's trip, fill out the guest book form and describe your need in the 'Message' section.

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Bob La Barbera said:   September 9, 2015 12:47 pm PST
Fishing Report Wednesday 9/9/15 Today I made a trip off shore with three club members .Steve Gambaro who I fished with before and also Dave Anastasia and Tom Clark .Both were first time off shore Fisherman . With calm seas we made it out to about 23 miles to 90 ft. of water. Putting up with hot weather and almost no wind we did end up having a good day. Catch of the day was 4 large Red Grouper, 12 Lane snappers up to 18 " and 3 Mangrove snappers up to 17".It was a great day shared with a great group of guys. What more could one ask for. Plus snapper on the grill for dinner.

Robert La barbera said:   September 1, 2015 10:31 am PST
Hello Club Members Been a resident of Florida for 26 years and love to get off shore fishing. I have a 26ft boat with twin engines .It�s old and so am I but we both get the job done. I would like to invite club members to get off shore and do some bottom fishing. If you don�t have a boat and never been fishing for grouper here in the gulf you are than welcome to come aboard. I like going out with guys that never caught a grouper before. Besides grouper there are snappers, porgies, sharks and things that I don�t think have names. The weather determines when and where I will be going out. It looks like after Sunday Sept. 6th. we will have a brake in the weather and most likely be going out during that week. Email me at and I will put you on the list. First come first to fish. I could take up to 3 men. The trip out will be anywhere from 10 mile to 20 miles out again depending on the weather and wind. Tackle needed would be a good bottom rod for grouper and a medium spinning rod for snappers. Let me know if you need tackle. Bring lunch and drinks and don�t forget a hat and sun block . I should have bait and we sometimes stop on the way out to catch pin fish . The cost for gas will be divided up and usual runs $20 to $40. Time and place to meet will be arranged later. Looking forward to meeting club members . Bob ( flabob )

Tom Clark said:   August 29, 2015 10:39 am PST
It's me again. I just realized I didn't leave my phone number 609-477-2485 Tom

Tom Clark said:   August 29, 2015 8:39 am PST
Hi guys, I've been fishing for over 60 years and have had boats from 12 ft. to 30 ft. This is probably the first time in all that time I do not own a boat except for my two 14 ft kayaks (I do fish out of one of them in the Myakka and the intercostal.)I moved to the area 6 months ago from New Jersey and would love to share expenses on someone's boat if they are looking for a good fishing partner. I really enjoy all kinds of fishing, especially bottom fishing for grouper on the wrecks and reefs. I have fished on the Reef Raider several times and have enjoyed that but going out with 2 to 4 people is really more fun. If you want to have company on your boat with an experienced sober fisherman and boater let me know. I'm available almost any day. Tom

Sam Stanchak said:   August 14, 2015 10:22 am PST
Hi, It was mentioned at the meeting last night that there are some of us that like to hit the piers and beaches to fish. I dont have a boat(yet) having just moved from PA to the salt water.So putting it out there that if you want to meet on the beach or bridge some time, give me a call at (724) 456-4394.

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