Posts from September 2016

Thursday, September 29, 2016 4:55 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

The fall fishing season is off to a great start, so let’s take a look at where you can find the hot bites. Local anglers list the flounder as one of their favorites. So far, it has been a fantastic bite and they are stacked up big time! If you’re hoping to catch good numbers on rod and reel, try deeper parts of the bays and inlets...

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 4:05 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

The redfish bite continues to be the main attraction for bay and flats anglers looking for fast paced action. The topwater bite has been very productive just about all day long, but mid-day sight fishing with jigs is a good way to watch a few eat. If you are fishing them in the skinny water on the flats, be sure to keep noise to a minimum –...

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 11:00 AM by Kristin Luna

As a Tennessee native, I’ve been traveling down to the Panhandle annually for the last 30 years: friend vacations, family reunions, work trips — you name the occasion, and I’ve probably done it. One thing I hadn’t checked off my Panama City Beach list, however was a bachelorette weekend with a whole gaggle of gals in tow...

Thursday, September 1, 2016 12:41 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

The redfish bite has been on fire recently, with lots of fish on the flats and holed up on the bottom of drop offs and around docks. Fish on the flats tend to cruise more, usually in very shallow water near the shoreline. They’re often in water less than one foot deep, which makes them ideal targets for sight casting. Early in the morning,...