Posts from January 2017

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 11:00 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

As the weather cools, look for fish to adopt typical winter patterns as they seek refuge from cold water. Common areas to target speckled trout on cold days are bayous with at least 4-5 feet of water, small creeks with either deep holes or depth in the middle of the channels, and the Intracoastal Waterway. In some parts of the bays, trout will...
Tickets go on sale for $10 today to see the Avett Brothers perform as part of Panama City Beach’s UNwineD festival. The Grammy-nominated American folk-rock band’s recent album hit the No. 1 spot in 4 Billboard categories, including Top Rock Albums, Americana/Folks Albums, Alternative Albums, and Top Album Sales. Their hit song,...

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 10:00 AM by Chloe Mulliner

Expedia partnered with Visit Panama City Beach to help you build an epic weekend itinerary It’s time for a vacation, and Panama City Beach is your destination. Whether you like spending your getaway creating your own adventures or basking on the beach with a good book in your hand, we’ve got your Florida weekend covered. Here at...
Panama City Beach continues to add to its lineup of fantastic entertainment and events in 2017 with the announcement of UNwineD, a Southern garden party presented in partnership with Garden & Gun magazine . The two-day festival taking place March 24-25 at Aaron Bessant Park will feature superb craft beer, spirits and wine from around the world,...

Thursday, January 5, 2017 11:00 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Among the most difficult aspects of fishing in the winter months is dealing with the inconsistency in weather and water conditions. Air temperatures, wind direction, barometric pressure and water levels are subject to change on a daily basis, or at a moment’s notice. As frontal systems move through the area, temperatures can rise or fall...