Latest Info: Friday   06/21/24

  • TONIGHTS 44 hour red snapper trip is set to depart at 10 pm, check in will begin at 845 pm @ 607 island drive!!! 
  • NEW TRIPS have been added for Aug & Sep, Click on the availability at a glance link to see what’s new!!!
  • More Trips for Sept – Dec being added this week
  • You can now book all multi-day and extended day trips online! 
  • There are currently No half day trips on the schedule please call the office for a tentative of when we may be running one!! 



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Gulf of Mexico Half Day Fishing

Half day fishing $75.88 + tax for  Adults and $45.51 + tax for Children 11 yrs. and younger.
All Sundance 1/2 day trips depart @11am. Book online or Call to reserve 727-938-5300. Reservations are REQUIRED to Board.


Red Snapper Multi day 6/6 – 6/8/24

Gulfstar Endurance Fishing Report #2 6/6-6/8   The trip started as normal, we left the dock at 10:00 PM. Headed out the Anclote River on the way to the Middle Grounds and beyond! Anticipation was high, the weather looked good, it was setting up to be another great trip aboard the Gulfstar Endurance. We stopped to get our fish traps, loaded up the livewell with pinfish and headed out.   The first few stops were in the Middle Grounds, it was worth the long ride out. The fishing was off to a good start, nice Mangrove Snapper (Mangos), Yellowtail Snappers and Strawberry Groupers were coming in all around the boat. The next stop ended up being more of the same plus Porgies, Vermilion Snapper (BB), AmberJacks and American Red Snapper adding to the mix.   After it started to slow down a little, we picked up and ran several miles west of the middle grounds. I thought it was time to focus on the Big Red Snapper. The first stop was awesome, big snapper coming in all around the boat. We caught somewhere around half of our boat limit on that stop.   The next few were a little slower, […]

3/5/24 12 Hour Trip

12 Hour Fishing Report 3/5/2024   This 12 hour trip leaves the dock at 7:00. After a quick stop to pick up our bait traps we had about a 2 hour ride to the first stop. The weather was overcast yet the sea’s were calm and it was looking like it was going to be a great fishing day.   We were not disappointed! IOn the first stop the Hogfish were on fire! There were also nice Gags coming over the rail (unfortunately the season is closed). The other smaller reef fish were very hungry as well, Grunts, Porgies and Gray Snapper (Mangos).   The next few stops were very much the same, there was no lack of action. Everyone on the boat was catching fish as fast as it hit the bottom. Besides the regular species some Yellowtail and Lane Snapper joined the party.   All the customers were treated to some real fun on the next couple of drops. There were several schools of Greater Amberjacks that were happy to bend their rods. Once again, they were out of season so they were all returned unharmed. We were also lucky enough to see some true Strawberry Grouper (so […]

6/9/23 44 Hour Red Snapper Trip

    This Red Snapper trip left the dock on 6/9/23 at 10pm. Once again, the weather was wonderful. The seas were calm at only 1ft or less, and we were all very happy that continued throughout the trip. We started fishing a little after sunrise. The first spot was pretty good, it produced some nice Red Snapper, Mangrove Snapper (aka Mango) and some Gags that had to go back (sadly) and some very pretty Creole fish. We were off to a good start! The next few spots provided some interesting variety, Hogfish, Sand Tilefish, Mangos, Yellowtail Snapper and some big Red Snapper. The afternoon bite seemed to be a little bit more difficult. Even though we had a fairly consistent bite with a variety of species, Strawberry Grouper, Rock Hind, Vermilion Snapper (B-liners), Hogfish, Mangos and Red Grouper. The Red Snapper had stopped chewing, but we were still getting coolers filled up with a wonderful variety of fish. The next location was a wreck in about 150 ft of water, shortly after stopping it total was Red Snapper mayhem. Everyone’s rod on the boat was doubled over with large Red Snapper! That spot really made the trip, there were […]

Recent Fishing Reports

The Gulfstar Mission Statement

The Gulfstar and her crew have been fishing multi-day deepwater offshore trips from Tarpon springs since 2006. Our original concept was to offer a charter boat experience without having the expense of chartering the whole boat by yourself. We pioneered the all-inclusive no nickel and dime pricing that many savvy anglers have come to love. We don’t pile 50 people on the boat while fishing the Middle Grounds. We don’t pile 20 people on while attempting to deep drop fish at Pulley Ridge. We don’t charge extra for meals, drinks, stern spots, parking, live bait, fish cleaning, Tackle, even ice!!!! some boats are actually charging for ice. I’m sure by now you get the point! We charge more upfront, take fewer passengers, give great service and we don’t nickel and dime you before, during, or after the trip. When you deep drop with 10-12 fisherman in up to 1400 feet of water you catch quality fish (like the awesome fish pictured on this page) and not catch each other in massive tangles. When you fish the Red Snapper season with 19 passengers instead of 50 passengers you fish with plenty of room to spare at the rail not only is the trip more enjoyable but you catch more fish. Bottom line: read the small print… look at all of the associated costs with head boats that fish offshore and compare them to our split charter all-inclusive no nickel and dime pricing. If you want to hit the easy button and are willing to pay a little bit more for small crowds, great service, and fantastic fishing on a 85′ charter boat, the Gulfstar Endurance is for you.

Multi-day and 18 hour Trips

We specialize in catching deepwater Grouper and Snapper on 3 and 4 day long range Pulley Ridge and beyond multi-day deep drop fishing trips.

When we are not hunting the deepwater of the Gulf we are fishing the “Florida Middle Grounds” and Elbow on two day trips. The Middle grounds and the elbow produce a huge variety of grouper, snapper and tons of other reef fish as well as pelagic fish such as black-fin tuna, king mackerel, and Wahoo.