One of the most experienced, trusted, & professional guides on the water.

Capt. Greg DeVault is one of the few guides that was actually born and raised in the same area that he now fishes. Capt. Greg started fishing the West coast of Florida when he was 5 years old and is a fourth generation fisherman. He learned all it’s “ins and outs” from his grandfather and father who both grew up fishing these very same waters.

After high school Capt. Greg started wondering just how much fun it would be to take people out fishing and show them our beautiful waterfront. He is, to this day, still living out that dream.

Captain Greg has fished professionally in every state between Texas and North Carolina — in tournaments and as a destination guide. All of the time spent fishing so many different areas has helped make Capt. Greg a very well rounded fisherman.

He has taken what he has learned in many other areas and applied it to the fish he chases in his home waters. This has given him the ability to work “outside the box” and find fish when the going gets tough.

Capt. Greg also has worked hard to get only the best tools to work with. He is on the pro staff of some of the industry leaders, like Sea Hunt Boats, Yamaha motors, Shimano rods and reels, Humminbird electronics, Minn-Kota trolling motors — to name a few.

Capt Greg has been featured on numerous shows on TV — including shows on ESPN, the Outdoor Channel, & Versus. He is one of the winningest professional redfish tournament fisherman in history & team member of the winningest Professional Tarpon Tournament Series in history.

Capt. Greg is an experienced guide who loves his clients and loves the water he fishes. If you are looking for a great fishing trip, with an experienced guide, look no further.

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