It's getting to be that time of the year again!! Join Hurly's Wet Adventures for a fun 4 hour scallop hunt!!
We include all the snorkeling gear, water, and snacks
necessary. You supply the FL Salt Water Fishing License
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Pasco County: July 17-26, 2020
This region includes all state waters south of the Hernando – Pasco county line and north of the Anclote Key Lighthouse in northern Pinellas County, and includes all waters of the Anclote River
Join us for a 4 hour adventure aboard the 30' Nauti-Gal. Hurly's USCG Captain will guide you through a fun and memorable Florida scallop hunt. All equipment needed to capture these delicious rascals is included. Water and snacks provided. You supply the Florida Salt Water Fishing License. Our charters book fast so pick your date and get ready for some fun!! Nauti-Gal is fully shaded for your comfort. We keep our groups small with a maximum of 6 passengers. With a 30' boat this gives you a lot of elbow room. Departure from Hurly's Scuba Outpost at Gill Dawg Tiki Bar & Grill Port Richey
Please do not discard scallop shells in inshore waters commonly used for recreational activities such as the Homosassa River or Crystal River. Piles of discarded scallop shells can create hazards for swimmers and damage sea grass habitat. Scallop shells can be discarded in a trash receptacle or in larger bodies of water where they are more likely to disperse.
Recreational harvesters need a Florida saltwater fishing license to harvest bay scallops unless they are 1. exempt from needing a license or 2. have a no-cost shoreline fishing license and are wading from shore to collect scallops (i.e. feet do not leave bottom to swim, snorkel, or SCUBA and harvesters do not use a vessel to reach or return from the harvest location).
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The divers-down symbol is rectangular or square and red in color with a white diagonal stripe. A divers-down flag displayed on a boat must be at least 20 inches by 24 inches and displayed at the highest point where it can be observed from 360 degrees around the vessel. A buoy may not be used or displayed from a vessel. A divers-down flag or buoy, displayed from the water, must be at least 12 inches by 12 inches. A flag must have a wire or other stiffener to hold it open, and a buoy may be three- or four-sided.
All divers must prominently display a divers-down device in the area in which the diving occurs.
All vessels must make reasonable effort to stay at least 100 feet away from a divers-down device within a river, inlet or channel. In open waters, vessels must make reasonable effort to stay 300 feet away. For safety, divers should stay within those same distances of their displayed device. A vessel that approaches closer must be fully off plane and at idle speed.
“Divers share the responsibility of boating safety with the boat operators,” Shipp
said. “Diving without the divers-down symbol properly displayed or using it for reasons other than to inform others of the presence of divers is unlawful.”
The divers-down device should only be displayed when divers are in the water. When divers or snorkelers exit the water, it must be taken down..
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We cater to small groups. Our 30' pontoon is rated for 17 passengers but we only take 6.....talk about elbow room!!
90% of the boat is shaded under our sunbrella canopy
Hurly's Wet Adventures LLC
Hurly's Wet Adventures LLC 1810 South Pinellas Ave Suite L Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 US
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