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Giant Fishing Charters represents some of the finest service available on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. They provide charters for all levels of fishing skills, from beginners to expert anglers. The GM Giant is a 40 ft. Luhrs open express sport fishing boat. The craft has a 15 ft. neam for a comfortable ride in all-sea conditions. The boat is equipped with all of the latest in both electronics and safety equipment to ensure the comfort and safety. It is also equipped with an air conditioned and heated cabin, salon, and stateroom.

Location: 7677 Ocean Gateway, Easton Maryland 21601 Telephone 410-822-1010 Toll Free: 800-464-4268

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Milford) Abbott's Mill Nature Center
(Lewes) Anglers Fishing Center
(Alexandria) Atlantic Kayak's
(North Beach) Backdraft Charters
(Berlin) Bally's at Ocean Downs
(Annapolis) Banshee Charters

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