Posts from July 2016

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 10:18 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

The typical summer time bite has definitely kicked in. That means the best action on the flats comes during the first and last two hours of light each day. Throwing small topwater plugs around sandy potholes, small run offs, and outside the mouths of bayous and creeks should produce solid numbers of strikes from speckled trout and redfish. After...

Thursday, July 14, 2016 3:30 PM by Visit Panama City Beach

Want to do something a little different during your trip to Panama City Beach? Head up Highway 79. There, just a few minutes from the beach, you’ll find yourself in what feels like another world, where time slows down, the winds brush the tops of the tall grass and eagles float overhead. You’ve discovered the slow-moving saltwater...
As her nickname suggests, Sonora “Sonnie” Spivey, likes to look on the bright side. And living in what she calls “a perfect paradise,” it’s pretty easy to do, especially when spending a day at the beach has become a snap. Since relocating from Cypress Inn, Tennessee, to Panama City Beach seven years ago, a day at...

Friday, July 1, 2016 1:18 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Panama City Beach is one of those places that happens to be blessed with terrific redfish and speckled trout fishing all year long.  But during the warm months, our waters become home to an array of hungry, aggressive, and powerful game fish. On any given day while cruising along the beaches, you can find yourself running into schools of...