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Relax your way through summer in PCB

Panama City Beach is the perfect place to relax, attracting millions of visitors each year. Along this famously beautiful stretch of white sand beach, visitors can find a wide selection of accommodations that strive to provide the definitive vacation experience. While many specialize in family fun…

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June Fishing Report

If you’re looking to hook into some redfish action, now is the time to do it! As is typical for this time of the year, there are a lot of big schools of bait-chewing fish along the beaches, in the pass and on several shallow marshy grass flats. The way I want to target them often determines where I…

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Spending Father's Day in PCB

The special day for Dad is right around the corner! What better way to celebrate than with some awesome deals on fun activities at the beach before he goes home and kicks back in his favorite recliner? Check out the list below for some good ideas and local offers on how to make Dad smile this…

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Sun, Sand & Selfies

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, but when it comes to social media, a picture can be worth a thousand likes — maybe more. Enter the “selfie,” that age old millennial practice of holding up a camera with outstretched arm to snap a picture of yourself against whatever backdrop you…

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Ready for a Real. Fun. Fourth?

It’s never too early to look ahead to exciting summer festivities on the Gulf Coast, and this year Panama City Beach is hosting a red, white and blue extravaganza with a full week of Fourth of July events. With its 27-miles of award winning beaches, emerald water and All-American atmosphere, Panama…

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May Fishing Report

With air temperatures in the 80s and water temps in the 70s, it sure is starting to feel like summer! The fish are feeding, bait is getting more plentiful and lots of migratory species are a being caught with regularity. Kingfish, cobia, pompano, redfish, Spanish mackerel and black drum are being…

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