Fishing Charters Pass-a-Grille, FL Trips for Exciting Grouper, Snook, and More Fishing
Pass-a-Grille, Florida may be small, but the fish here are anything but! For centuries, this island was the main fishing ground for the Tocobagas Indians and for new settlers. Before there was ever a difference between deep sea, offshore, inshore, and flats fishing, it was the place where fishermen would come in from a day on the Gulf to sort and cook their catch.
Pass-a-Grille was also the first beach community to develop a weekend residential spot for wealthier Tampa and St. Petersburg residents, and it became the first resort town on the Gulf coast in the early 1900s. Its permanent residents have a long history of sustaining themselves off the natural resources in the area, including fishing, which means charters from this sleepy town are certain to know the best to places to throw a line.
Here you can experience life the way it has always been. The town center is just one block wide and 31 blocks long, and many of the buildings retain their old Florida charm. While there are many different stories behind the unique name of this island, all of them include references to foreign fishermen stopping on the shores.
Beneath the waters around Pass-a-Grille swim a variety of grouper, snapper, triggerfish, and many other game fish. Our fishing charters are pleased to offer you a variety of all-inclusive excursions to make sure that whether you're into deep sea fishing or casting a line inshore you'll find your inner sportsman on the Gulf of Mexico.
Take the bait and contact Monster Charters to reserve your spot today!