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Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Captain Nathan is a USCG licensed captain, fishing guide, and outdoor writer at Bay County Outdoors. He fishes out of Panama City Beach, FL.

Captain Nathan can be reached at (850) 258-7235 or CaptainNate@BayCountyOutdoors.com

July Fishing Report

Well, the fish have been chewing pretty much nonstop throughout the bays and along the beaches lately! One of the best bites right now is the redfish – both on the flats and in deeper water around drop offs, points and structures. It’s best to hit the flats early and during periods of high water…

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June Fishing Report

There’s something to be said about being able to live, work and play in an area with as much diversity as we have here in Panama City Beach. The month of June offers about as much diversity as we will see all year when it comes to fishing. Hungry predators of all makes and models are on the prowl…

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May Fishing Report

Despite some unsettled weather, you will find the speckled trout more than willing to cooperate right now as they gorge themselves on shrimp and small fish. I like to work the edges of grass on the inside and outside of the flats as well as potholes, sandy sections of shoreline and any other…

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April Fishing Report

Fishing has been very good lately throughout the bays and along the beaches! A wide variety of fish can be caught cruising the clear, emerald green waters around Panama City Beach. Jacks, redfish, pompano, bluefish, king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, cobia, triple tail, flounder and sharks are all…

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March Fishing Report

It’s beginning to feel a lot like spring with temperatures warming, sunrises coming earlier, later sunsets and lots of sunshine in between. Everyone is anxious to get back out on the water and catch some fish, but remember to check the latest fishing regulations regarding size, bag limits and season…

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January Fishing Report

Well, 2020 sure was a roller coaster of a year and it looks like that trend could continue into the foreseeable future. So maybe it’s a good time to turn off the news and get outside, go fishing, walk on the beach, ride a bike or just take a short trip down the road and make friends with your…

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December Fishing Report

As we wrap up this uniquely eventful year, I want to take a moment to thank all of our sponsors, readers and clients for their continued support. Without you, what we do would not be possible. I wish all of you a wonderful holiday season and a very Merry Christmas. Despite the inconsistent weather…

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August Fishing Report

With all of this beautiful weather, clear water and a wide variety of predator fish cruising around, it’s no wonder this is one of the best times to go fishing in Panama City Beach! The fish have been chewing pretty much non-stop throughout the bays and along the beaches. One of the best bites right…

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July Fishing Report

If there ever was a time to visit our little slice of paradise, now is that time. A lack of significant rainfall over the past several months has the bays and beaches as beautiful and pristine as any place on the planet. Crystal clear water dominates the landscape from the Gulf of Mexico all the way…

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June Fishing Report

Sunshine, clear water and good fishing continue to be the trend in our little slice of paradise here in Panama City Beach. In the shallows, you can expect to have success when targeting speckled trout, redfish, flounder and several other less tasty but equally fun-to-catch species. I like to focus…

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