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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Deep Sea Fishing – I Want To Go Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing For Amberjack

Deep Sea Fishing - Fishing For Giants One of the most common phone calls we get is asking for deep sea fishing. However, some may not understand exactly what the term "deep sea" actually means. We hope that this blog will be educational for all anglers.Going after big fish is usually what is on someones mind, and the perception is that you have to go deep sea fishing to get that accomplished. While that is certainly the case if you want to go after yellowfin tuna, that isn't what would get accomplished in a 4 to 6 hour fishing trip. Deep Sea Fishing - Being Politically Correct If you're looking for a 4 to 6 hour trip, then you're looking for an offshore … Read More

Posted on August 1, 2018

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Red Snapper 2018 Fishing Recap – Intercoastal Safaris

Red Snapper Fishing For Giants

Red Snapper 2018 Fishing Recap Florida's red snapper fishing season finished on time while Alabama cut their season short 6 weeks early. The one thing we've learned about this season is that if you want to snapper fish book your trip early. This is the 2nd year in a row where the season changed midway. Meaning if you want to keep your catch, you'll need to book your trip earlier into the season. According to the wildlife commission of Alabama the quoted amount of red snapper caught (984,291 lbs) was reached early thus making the decision to end the season early. You can read more about this decision by checking out the article here. So What's Next? While red snapper has closed early, … Read More

Posted on July 25, 2018

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