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Category - Fishing Report

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 9:00 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

If you haven’t already retrieved your fishing gear from the closet and oiled up the reels, then now is a great time to do so.  With water temperatures hovering around 70 degrees, many species of fish have been making their presence known in local waters. Just off the beaches, schools of Spanish mackerel, bonita, jacks and redfish have...

Monday, April 9, 2018 1:00 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Spring has sprung and it’s an exciting time of the year to be out on the water fishing! The bays and nearshore coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico come alive in the spring, as hordes of migratory fish species such as Spanish mackerel, bluefish and jacks take up residence in our area.  One thing all these fish have in common is that they...

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 10:00 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

With a warming trend expected to continue throughout the month, the already great fishing will only get better! As water temperatures rise and low winter tides give way to higher water levels, speckled trout will begin to show up in the shallows.  You might find some of the fish still stacked up in bayous, but the bulk of them will be staging...

Monday, November 13, 2017 12:00 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Recent changes in air and water temperatures have prompted many species to stack up in schools and gorge themselves while the food is still plentiful.  In many places, the pinfish are in big schools floating on the surface and, if you look closely, there are lots of speckled trout and redfish hanging out underneath them.  This is when...

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 3:00 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Action and variety have been the trend for the past few weeks, with numerous species of predatory fish targeting the many “bait balls” scattered throughout the bays and along the beaches. Starting way up in the bay, trout and redfish have been pounding schools of finger mullet and menhaden.  We have been doing very well with...

Tuesday, July 18, 2017 4:00 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

The early morning topwater bite continues to be scorching hot on the flats, especially around the numerous bait schools that have shown up seemingly out of nowhere. Many of these bait schools have taken up residence on points, prompting hungry predator fish to do the same.  As the tide starts running, most of the bait has been on the up...

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 8:00 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

Before getting into what’s biting around the beach, here’s a little advice that will make your time on the water far more enjoyable – regardless of how the fishing is going. First of all, before you leave out on any fishing or boating adventure in the summer, make sure you pack plenty of water.  Although you may just be out...

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 11:00 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

The number of fish in the bays right now is staggering! That’s especially true on the flats where redfish are laying in shallow water right up along the shoreline.  Some fish are cruising the shallows but a significant number of them are literally just sitting in potholes, positioned on top of sandbars or hanging out in the flooded reed...

Thursday, May 4, 2017 1:00 PM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

In addition to the white sandy beaches and emerald green water, Panama City beach also offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities. Whether your angling passion is in the bay, on the flats or out in the gulf, we have you covered. Early mornings on the flats offer healthy doses of topwater action for speckled trout and redfish. The best time...

Thursday, March 9, 2017 9:00 AM by Capt. Nathan Chennaux

This is a fantastic time to get out and enjoy some beautiful weather and phenomenal fishing! Throughout the bays, a variety of fish species are schooling up and ready to feed at nearly every opportunity. The number of redfish out there in the shallows is staggering – several flats have schools of well over a hundred fish and, in some...