Wanna Catch Some BIG FISH?
Then You'll Wanna Talk to Larry McGuire...
When it comes to catching BIG FISH, Mr. McGuire knows what he's talking about!
Eventually he decided that offshore fishing was his true passion in life.
These days Larry fishes offshore from Tampa Bay to the Florida Keys.
"Thinking like the fish, and having those instincts, I know how the fish are and how they are biting at that time of year," Larry says, "it’s the key to being successful."
Well, successful is an understatement in Larry's case.
"Being on the water constantly, I’m always trying to improve techniques. When fishing is tough, that is when I fish the best... making it happen for all my clients!"
That's what you wanna hear if you're looking for a fish charter to take you out and show you the real fish. But don't take our word for it. Go to his blog and see for yourself... those are some mighty BIG FISH!
The Show Me The Fish Charters blog is located at http://captlarrymcguire.blogspot.com.
Larry says, all are welcome. The children & ladies get help & the men, well... they get their catch!
"If you are the type who wants to battle the biggest of the fish caught, I’ll get you on them."
Larry is also an avid photographer and sends catches to multiple media outlets. That means you and your BIG FISH just might be in one of them.
If you don’t have a picture of it, then it must have never happened!
Larry is captain of a 31 foot Morgan Sportsfish, with a new 450 HP Cummings Diesel, state of the art electronics, & a high tech radar system... one fine fishing machine, giving a fast, safe, comfortable ride.
You're going to be hearing more about Larry McGuire and the catch's he makes, right here on the Anna Maria Island Life blog.
So, if you're ready for the BIG one, then get off your butt, move away from the computer and give Captain Larry McGuire a call... you'll be glad you did!
Show Me The Fish Charters
E-mail: [email protected]
Operating out of the Cortez Fshing Center, Bradenton, Fl.
Read what Captain Larry McGuire has to say about Fishing the Gulf in December.