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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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May Fishing Report

It sure has been a tough couple of months for all of us. As we return to some level of normalcy, my recommendation is to get out on the water and enjoy some beautiful weather, great fishing and peaceful relaxation. It's a great way to have a good time while still being socially responsible and…

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April Fishing Report

Wow, life sure has changed dramatically in a short period of time. I encourage everyone to take appropriate measures to stay safe and healthy during the pandemic. We look forward to things returning to normal so you can once again enjoy our beaches and fishery. April is a fantastic time to fish in…

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March Fishing Report

For me, the month of March is the gateway to the best part of the year, and it just so happens to be a great time to fish! As the water temperature of the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding bays starts to warm, a variety of species begin returning to our little chunk of paradise. Among those you’ll…

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Best. Boat Show. Ever.

Panama City Beach and boating just kinda go together – there are loads of options, from fishing, diving or cruising on the Gulf of Mexico to exploring the St. Andrew Bay, or local lakes and rivers. You can happily spend a day anchored at Shell Island, or use the Intracoastal Waterway to navigate to…

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December Fishing Report

Even though I prefer warm summer days to the chill of winter, there are some great bites happening right now that make getting out on the water worthwhile. As the water temperature plummets and food resources disappear from the flats, speckled trout work their way back towards deeper bayous where…

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State Groupers

They lie and wait along underwater highways, and whenever prey fish fail to maintain a minimum speed, they have their lunch. Like a gator lazing on a bank or a largemouth bass slowly finning to maintain its position beneath a stand of lily pads, groupers can appear lethargic, but they explode from…

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September Fishing Report

Cruising the bay while keeping an eye out for birds feeding on red minnow bait balls is one of my favorite ways to fish the early fall season. Birds hammering baitfish on the surface is a good indication that predatory fish are also feeding from below; otherwise, the minnows would go deeper to avoid…

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