Tampa Bay & Boca Grande Fishing Charters

World-class fishing with a world-class fishing guide.

Capt. Greg DeVault

Capt. Greg has been guiding the waters of Tampa Bay, Port Richey, & Boca Grande full-time for over 20 years & offers a family-friendly, world-class, fishing experience for anglers of all skill levels.

  • Tarpon Fishing
  • Redfish Fishing
  • Snook Fishing
  • Sea Trout Fishing
  • Much more!
Call Now! 727-919-8666

Inshore Fishing

Port Richey/Tampa Bay
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Tarpon Fishing

Boca Grande
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Extreme Adventures

Super Shallow Water
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Scallop Charters

Homosassa
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Tampa, St. Pete, Clearwater, Port Richey, Boca Grande

The West Central coast of Florida is home to some of the most incredible inshore fishing opportunities in all of Florida. In just a 90 mile stretch of the coast, you can fish marshes, flats, creeks, rivers, bays, beaches and more! From super skinny water backcountry to deep passes near our pristine barrier islands, the beauty, and the fishing, are just beyond compare.

Boca Grande is home to the largest annual tarpon migration in the world, Tampa Bay is famous for its amazing snook population, and from Clearwater north to Hudson the trout and redfish flourish.

There’s no shortage of angling experiences here and Capt. Greg has made it his life’s pursuit to perfect fishing this great coast. Come experience it for yourself!

Call Now! 727-919-8666

Fishing Reports

Fishing Reports
April 18, 2018

Fishing Report – Tampa Bay – Boca Grande – New Port Richey

This has been a very constant year to say the least, a cool winter has led to a warm and very mild spring, and that have led to warming April…
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October 5, 2017

Know what your getting

If there is one thing I have learned being in business for 19 years, it is that you don't always get what you think your buying. I have a lot…
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January 24, 2014

Get ready Spring is coming

There are two seasons that the fishermen and the fish look forward to Spring and Fall. These two times of year are when the water temps are at their most…