Perfect for family vacations or weekend getaways, Grand Slam Fishing is your adventure destination of choice!


Provo’s leading deep sea fishing charter company, we operate several deep sea fishing vessels out of Turtle Cove Marina, on the island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. We offer private charters for deep sea fishing, deep drop fishing, and sport fishing. Customized tours are available. We pick you up at your resort or private villa and bring you to the marina. We also offer group charters on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. We provide drinks and light snacks aboard. Known for our clean, professional and courteous operation, we are family-owned and love to show young people how to fish.



Great experience! Tons of fun!

Great communication prior to the trip. Very accommodating to get a group together. Caught some great fish. King & Wahoo! Professional and cleaned everything after the trip. Thanks to Brad & Joseph & Brett! The guys had a great time & the fish was amazing!!!

– Caj J., TripAdvisor

Went out for a half day with AJ and Ronald both captains and mates. Was an incredible experience caught the fish of a lifetime! You want the real McCoy ladies and gentlemen? Well they are it! Thank you again for all the help and encouragement while reeling in this beast!

– Jemil O., TripAdvisor

My family had a blast! The day was both peaceful and exhilarating. We relaxed and learned from our guides while waiting for the fish to bite, and then enjoyed the excitement of reeling in 3 wahoo, and 1 barracuda that got away last minute. (4-hour tour).

– Beth K., TripAdvisor
Deep Sea Fishing

Highlight of our trip to Turks and Caicos! Crew were friendly & everyone on the boat caught something. Then got a great recommendation on a local place to cook our fish for us. I’d definitely go back to Grand Slam.

– Will T., TripAdvisor
Fishing in Turks and Caicos

Had a great day with Grand Slam. The fishing with these guys is truly a local experience. They come pick you up and you sign the paperwork at their store then head off to the boat. The teak was friendly and helping explain a lot about why they were doing certain things.

– James M., TripAdvisor