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When friends visit and want to go for a power boat ride, we call James at IRB Boat Rentals. We’ve done this three times in the last 4 years and everything has been very good. Our destination has been lunch at Dunedin, as there’s a...More
James Adamsons.... is the best!!! Right from the beginning, is focussed on customer service, safety and having a great time! We got the Robalo and it was in excellent working condition and fun to drive.
I strongly recommend James and IRB Boat Rentals for your...More
Very helpful staff and quick sign up. Cost are for half day as well as full. Half day will keep you in the intercostal water way. A lot of time is spent at minimum wake especially south of rental location. Head north for Clearwater and...More
We rented a 21 foot Cobia. The boat was in perfect condition. The price was very reasonable. The guy running the place - James - made everything so easy. The weather was iffy so we were in constant contact about the right time to go...More
Was a great day on the water with our family of 5. James the owner is very professional, friendly and will meet all of your expectations. We rented a 25 Cobia, 300 hp. Boat was equipped nicely, I Highly recommend IRB to anyone looking to...More
Hi Jack - I can't answer your question about boat price as I'm not the owner of IRB Boat Rentals. The best thing to do would be to call James (the owner) at 727-517-1122 and ask him about price and availability (see his... More
Hi Jack - I can't answer your question about boat price as I'm not the owner of IRB Boat Rentals. The best thing to do would be to call James (the owner) at 727-517-1122 and ask him about price and availability (see his website by googling IRB Boat Rentals).
As far as your question about "best fish", that's a bit tricky too. If you mean the "easiest fish to catch that also tastes great", it's most certainly the spotted seatrout. Another fish that tastes perhaps not quite as good, but fights way harder and is also relatively easy to catch is the Spanish mackerel. Both would be pretty abundant at that time of year.
Catfish are also very easy to catch, but many people avoid eating them because of their spines and the fact that they're scavengers (but they taste good - I've eaten them ;-). There are many, many other species present too, and if you're really wanting to catch fish, you should probably do some research, either via Google or talking to the local bait/tackle shops. I will also say that James at IRB Boats is not a fisherman, so he's not the best person to ask about it. ;-) Hope that helps,