Really good bite inshore with all the rain

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard's Marina said rain has helped things out, keeping hot waters a little bit cooler and darkening it. All of this leads to helping the fish feed a little more actively.

Good fishing ahead with full moon, break from wind

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard's Marina said the next couple of days should be great for fishing for a couple reasons, including a full moon, lower water temperatures, and a break from stiff winds.

Turbulent weather leading to murky waters

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard's Marina said our recent turbulent weather has kind of shocked some of the fish in the area, but as we move our way out of this weather pattern, he expects things to turn around a bit.

Easterly wind could impact offshore fishing

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard's Marina said with some winds this weekend, it might not be the best conditions for offshore fishing, but elsewhere the pleasant and warm weather pattern has been fruitful.

Fish should be excited after nasty weather

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard’s Marina broke down how the fish should respond after some storms moved through Tampa Bay and shut down boating through the front side of the weekend.

Nicer weather after rain should bring great fishing

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard’s Marina says spring is in the air and in the water, bring out a lot of snook and redfish. The weekend looks to be a good one, weather-wise, as well after a brief spell of some rain.

Wet weather is good news for anglers

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard’s Marina says the nasty weather will likely extend the springtime fishery and everything is biting right now.

Spring is in the air for anglers

Tarpon are rolling into John’s Pass, mackerel are back on the beaches and Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard’s Marina says there are reports that king fish are back as spring begins to bloom in the Bay Area.

Warmer temps, New Moon bring active fish

Captain Dylan Hubbard with Hubbard’s Marina joins Good Day for the first of two appearances on Friday to talk about the warmer temperatures and how that excites the fish and gets them active.