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Florida Grand Slams

A Grand Slam is defined as the catch or catching and releasing of three different species in a 24-hour period. Catches must be made according to International Game Fish Association angling rules. For recognition, you must send in a Florida Grand Slam Club Application. All entries are Free. Contact the FWC Division of Marine Fisheries Management at 850-488-6058 or for more information visit FWC website's Grand Slam and Fishing Records.

men on boat with a dozen mahi-mahi dolphin fish

Image Courtesy of Beast Charters, Miami

Types of Grand Slams

Inshore Grand Slam: red drum, spotted seatrout, flounder

Family Grand Slam: Any three fish in the same family (for ex: red snapper, mutton snapper, lane snapper)

Blue Water Grand Slam: dolphinfish, sailfish, wahoo

Florida Grand Slam: permit, tarpon, bonefish

Shoreline Grand Slam: sheepshead, kingfish (whiting), Florida pompano

Reefs & Rubble Grand Slam: black sea bass, gag, gray triggerfish

Nearshore Grand Slam: cobia, tripletail, king mackerel

Bay & Estuary Grand Slam: gray (mangrove) snapper, snook, Spanish mackerel

Small Fry Slam (15 and under): pinfish, grunt (any), catfish (any)