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Avoid the Blue Heron boats (2 out of Singer, 1 out of Jupiter). They are cheap, but you get what you pay for, and the mates are extremely pushy about tipping and they firmly believe that any fish you can't eat in the time you are on vacation belong to them. :thumbsdown:
 

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For off the beach, Capt. Joe Drosey on Rhonda's Ospray out of Sailfish marina is one of the best around. When you talk inshore, do you want to catch grouper, snapper and such? sailfish are just a mile further off. and don't forget about the day time swordfishing bite which has been really good. I'm not aware of any back bay guides, but on north Singer Island, there are many locations where you can wade, or kayak with shrimp of shiners for all sorts of fish. there are a lot of Mangroves holding all sorts of stuff. You may want to call Chuck at Grand Slam Fishing center or one of they guys over at Bill Buckmans fishermen center for some back bay guide advice.
 

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Capt. Dickie Greiner fishes from Sailfish Marina and is one of the hardest working charter guys I have ever fished with. He is originally from Waretown, NJ but has fished Palm Beach for over 40 years.

Our best day with Dickie was 33 Sails.
 
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