Mexico Beach, Florida
We live and play in the small coastal community of Mexico Beach, located on Florida's northwest coast just a few miles east of Panama City and Panama City Beach. Often called Florida's Forgotten Coast because of it's slow paced laid-back lifestyle, this area offers a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, most of which are in some way connected to either fresh or saltwater.

Saltwater fishing is the most popular pastime, and thousands of visitors make their way to our coast each year for at least one week of fishing, sunbathing, swimming in the surf and relaxing on the beach. Year after year, we have the opportunity to take many of those visitors out on the water to enjoy an adventure of their own. We know the area, understand the marine environment, and love sharing it with others. As a result, many of our clients come back to adventure with us again and again.
Call us at (850) 340-0643 and we will put together
an adventure just for you.

Where our Adventures Take Place
We fish and explore in and around Mexico Beach, Crooked Island, Port St. Joe, Simmons Bayou, Black's Island, Cape San Blas, St. Joseph Bay, Indian Pass, St. Vincent Island, Apalachicola, St. George Island, Indian Lagoon and the Intracoastal Waterway.

Captain Alan Sligh, Mexico Beach, Florida

(850) 340-0643