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Jan. 31st, 2015: That's right folks. I have decided to take another year off and go fishing. I would like to thank everyone for allowing me to take you fishing for the past 18 years. I hope to get to spend some more time on the water with many of you in the future. The time however has come for me to take a little time for myself. You know. Hog all the good spots. LOL. Hope all of you have a truly wonderful year. Thanks again!

~ Master Captain Keith Grimes

            "Fishing Cape San Blas, St George Island, Apalachicola & Mexico Bech"


 Tarpon have began showing up along the beaches of Cape San Blas. The big push of fish should begin stacking up in West Pass within the next week. All signs point to an excellent year for the Silver King. Now if we can just get the winds to shut down for a while. Maybe a live sacrifice is in order. I can think of a few excellent candidates. LOL.

The bay fishing has been the best it has been in years. All the species (Trout, Reds, Pompano, Spanish and Blues) are well represented.

The Triple Tail bite is wide open. Some old timers say it is the best they have seen in 30 years. All in all, it is stacking up to be a great year. Hope you get tp join us.

Please feel free to give me a call or shoot us an email if you have any questions. I hope we get to see you at the dock soon. 850-509-0573

Captain Keith Grimes

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05/21/08 - They are on the way!

We are seeing more and more Tarpon along our coast of late. The water temps are hovering around the mid 70s. We need 78 degrees and preferably 80 degrees for the giants to show up in force. The first large schools of Tarpon should begin showing up in the passes and rivers. I will begin hunting them down just after Memorial Day weekend. We'll pray for no more cold fronts and milder winds moving forward.

The Redfish, Trout and Triple Tail all seem to be very eager to eat a well place bait. St Joe Bay is full of Pilchards (preferred live bait for Redfish & Trout). Given the vast supply of bait, the flats fishing should continue to get better and better. We are seeing some good numbers of Triple Tail. Toss them a live shrimp, they will become your best friend. Some Pompano are still being caught. They are still some real monster Pompano hanging out also.

My next report will be around the end of next week. I hope to have some Tarpon stories to tell by then. Hope all of you have a safe and fun Memorial Day weekend.

Captian Keith Grimes

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