Not to mention all the great advice they have on different techniques
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God bless you .
Riley showing her love for 312 pawn and all the wonderful ladies running it❤if you somehow haven't been in there yet, be sure to check out the best pawn shop in town. Same plaza, only 3 Doors South of our bait shop!
Spring is just around the corner! If you haven't been in for a while, even if you were yesterday come check us back out! We have been stocking up, and adding more selections all winter, to better serve St. Augustine for all your saltwater needs. Please like and share to show us your support!
These guys caught a couple of nice sheeps off the bank today on our live fiddlercrabs! Both weighed in right at 4-1/2lbs they had a few slightly smaller ones in the cooler still.
Let us see your catches! Post pictures to our page!
Our power has finally been turned on, and we are back up and running as usual! No live bait yet, but the shrimp guy should be here in the morning as long as they don't have any issues along the way. We have all frozen baits along with some fresh dead shrimp available.
Hours are 5:30am till 7 pm everyday but Sunday it's 5:30am till 5pm.
Few nice red drums caught on our frozen shrimp yesterday after the hurricane. Luke Sent us these pics along with this statement
" i just wanna say thank you for selling me the shrimp yesterday even tho you guys was not open i had a good day on the water"
if we are capable of being here for you guys, we will! Thanks for the feed back and pictures!
I hope and pray all of you fared well during this devastating hurricane. We are still currently closed from the hurricane, until our power can be restored. We are however usually here anyways to man the generator every few hours so if you need any frozen baits stop by with cash and we can meet you outside with some.
Everyone stay safe and be prepared!
STARTING AT NOON TODAY - St. Johns County Provides Free Sandbags to Residents in Preparation for Hurricane Irma
St. Johns County is providing free sandbags beg...inning at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, September 6 at six locations throughout the County for the public in preparation for Hurricane Irma. The sand and the bags will be provided free of charge. Residents must provide their own transportation and shovels, and will be responsible for filling their own bags. There is a maximum allocation of 20 bags per person. The sand and bags are available between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily throughout the duration of the inclement weather event. For additional information, please call 904.824.5550.
All you need is the correct Oldest City Bait, and a can do attitude for all things to be possible! One of our customers Caught this triple tail off of the saint Johns county pier this morning, only after stopping in for some cigar minnows.