WHY BOOK WITH INTERCOASTAL SAFARIS?

We Believe


We believe the hunting and fishing opportunities on the Gulf Coast are second-to-none. With a game rich environment, beautiful landscapes & southern hospitality our team proudly delivers “Uniquely Coastal Hunting & Fishing” experiences for all our guest.

We Treasure


We treasure the memories of time spent in the great outdoors with our friends and family. We work hard to provide our clients and their guest with professional 1st class sporting opportunity.

We Know


We know our clients work hard to earn the money they pay for our services. Therefore our entire team is dedicated to calling you back in a timely manner, setting proper expectations & doing all we can to earn your repeat business.

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Recent Blog Post

How Do Hurricanes Affect Waterfowl?

Hurricanes Can Destroy Coastal Marshes

Hurricanes not only damage millions of people's homes, but they also can wreak havoc on waterfowl habitats. Hurricanes alter waterfowl habitats and make it less likely these birds can seek shelter there. Therefore, after doing some research on how do hurricanes affect migrating birds, I've found some interesting results. What are Hurricanes Role in Nature? Hurricanes play a primary role in the ecology of coastal wetlands. However, people have altered areas in Louisiana because of numerous shipping canals. We have robbed the coastal marshes of nutrients provided by the Mississippi River. Large areas of water with spread out islands of vegetation consequently signify the opposite condition of healthy wetlands. What Should Healthy Wetlands Look Like? Healthy wetlands should consist of dense stands of grass and … Read More

Posted on May 31, 2018

Recent Trip Report

May Fishing Forecast is Bright

Juvenile Swoardfish

 "Fishing is much more than fish. It is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers." - Herbert Hoover May Fishing Forcast: Overview Simply put, I love fishing in May. For starters, May is the only month between spring break and summer vacation. This allows us "local anglers" to get out and enjoy our waterways, a favorable fishing forecast and not have to fight the crowd. Furthermore, the winds are relatively calm allowing for flat seas. As if this were not enough their is 5 days per month (on average) of rain and highs in the 80's with lows in the 60's. I'm not kidding when I say 'May can be almost perfect". May Fishing Forcast: Nearshore / Offshore When we … Read More

Posted on April 19, 2018

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