Grand Slam Fishing

Grand Slam Fishing
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Address5862 N Ocean Shore Blvd
Palm Coast, FL, US

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Growing up in Flagler and Volusia county, Caleb Blackburn has spent his entire life fishing the inshore and coastal waters of this beautiful area. He specializes in light tackle and fly fishing the picturesque backwaters and creeks. On your trip, you will experience the thrill of catching backwater redfish, aggressive snook, and acrobatic tarpon - with black drum, flounder, sea trout, snapper and more mixed in!

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By Seamus on 11/2/2023 10:19:43 PM • Views (65)
As water temps are starting to fall here in Palm Coast we are seeing some great days of fishing! With cold fronts starting to push in here in north Florida we experience strong northeast winds that push in lots of water taking advantage of this I ty...

By Seamus on 8/6/2023 3:25:38 PM • Views (59)
Summer is here and that means some exiting things are happening in Palm Coast that you don’t want to miss. It’s shrimping season and you might ask what does that have to do with fishing? Well these shrimp boats fish all night long then in the mornin...

By Seamus on 8/5/2023 11:21:29 AM • Views (55)
Grand Slam Fishing Report - Palm Coast and St. Augustine - 08/05/2023 The waters of Palm Coast and St. Augustine have been teeming with exciting fishing opportunities over the past week. Anglers are having excellent results with both redfish and sno...

By Seamus on 7/25/2023 8:41:49 PM • Views (68)
It’s tarpon time here in Palm Coast and St. Augustine! With the migration of large tarpon making their way up the coast anglers flock from all over to come fish for the silver king! This has been a terrific year for tarpon here in North Florida with...

By Seamus on 6/21/2023 3:17:12 PM • Views (76)
Summertime is here in Palm Coast and that means there are lots of fishing options avalible right now back water redfish to giant oceanside tarpon there is a fish for everyone. The early morning topwater bite for redfish continues to be great as well...

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