Posts from February 2016

Tuesday, February 23, 2016 1:40 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Plenty of fishing opportunities are out there for anglers willing to pursue them.  Redfish have been the best and most consistent bite lately, and fish of all sizes are being caught. In many of the bayous, the redfish have been really thick, but they are mostly small fish (up to about 23”) with occasional big fish (upwards of...
The 5 th annual Winter Resident Senior Prom king and queen have been crowned to a couple of Missouri natives! Jack and Joyce Davis won the crown at the Senior Prom on February 10 th at Edgewater Beach Resort—which just so happened to be the couple’s 60 th anniversary. What a way to celebrate! The new king and queen were honored at the...

Tuesday, February 16, 2016 8:44 AM by Visit Panama City Beach

The 24 th Annual Panama City Scottish Festival & Highland Games is moving over to Panama City Beach at Frank Brown Park! The popular event has been a mainstay in the area, and will find more room at Frank Brown Park’s festival grounds for the event’s activities, which include Scottish Athletic Competitions, Scottish & Irish...
Surrounded on three sides by water, Panama City Beach offers fantastic and diverse fishing opportunities year ‘round.  You can fish the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico from white sandy beaches where you can expect to catch pompano, flounder, redfish, whiting and a plethora of other species.  Inshore, you can cruise the...

Monday, February 8, 2016 12:00 PM by Visit Panama City Beach

Set out to explore “the last undiscovered Florida coast” and find out firsthand how diverse and rare animal species and plant life make Panama City Beach a nature lover’s wonderland. With 27 miles of beach, a multitude of parks and forests and a 700- acre natural barrier island, eco-tourists have their choice of wonderful...