Hi, My name is Captain Dylan Hubbard. As a 4th Generation Captain and Fisherman, I have learned a ton from those before me. Come on board and let me teach you what I know!
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Fishing Reports
October 10, 2022

Fishing Report (10-7-2022)

Weather effects on fishing- We are coming up on the full moon this weekend which means we will have increased tidal flow more moving water throughout the area. More moving…
September 19, 2022

Fishing Report (9-16-2022)

Weather effects on fishing- We are currently on our last quarter moon phase working its way to a new moon. This means we will have a little bit more slower…
Fishing Reports
September 12, 2022

Fishing Report (9-9-2022)

Weather effects on fishing- We are on the full moon today and with that come more extreme tidal flows. Like the new moon, the full moon means we have stronger…
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Dylan Hubbard, a Husband, Father, and Owner and Operator of Hubbard’s Marina. A 100-ton master licensed captain with nearly 100 years of family experience in fisheries science, management, and preservation. Dylan Hubbard has a passion for all things fishery related including but not limited to offshore and near shore fishing. Plus, he has a zealous drive for all things digital and digital marketing related.  He has a weekly live internet show every Sunday night at 8:30pm, a weekly TV news segment on Fox 13 news, in addition to, a weekly fishing radio show each Saturday morning. Capt Dylan is considered an industry expert in Pinellas County and Johns Pass which is widely considered the grouper capital of the world! As a fifth-generation family business owner and operator Dylan Hubbard was born on the back deck of fishing boats and has accumulated unrivaled experience in the industry from a multitude of perspectives. The Hubbard’s family name is synonymous with fishing in the region, and as our branded vessels and vehicles pass through roadways or water ways, they are hard to miss and greeted by locals with a friendly wave that’s always returned.

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