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January Fishing Report

Happy New Year! I hope this year blesses you with good fishing, great friends and unforgettable memories. Recent cold fronts have fish on the move. In the backwaters, look for groups of speckled trout up in bayous and on the outside edges of flats where there is a little more water. You can target…

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December Fishing Report

It has been another stellar year of fishing for us here in our little slice of paradise! Here’s hoping you’ve had your share of great catches. As the water temperature drops and food resources disappear from the shallow grass flats, trout will begin to work their way back toward deeper bayous where…

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November Fishing Report

With cooler temperatures finally setting in, it's starting to feel more like winter than fall. While I’m sure it will warm back up again, the cooling trend will cause fish to start gathering in groups. Pinfish, pilchards, glass minnows and the like will become more scarce on the flats and in the…

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September Fishing Report

After a long hot summer, we’re finally feeling a touch of crispness in the air that we haven’t felt in quite some time. The cool breezes are a welcome departure from the stagnant humidity of summer and there are signs that fall is drawing near. The combination of shorter days, a lower angle of the…

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August Fishing Report

As we experience the high heat of summer, flats fishing has been very good in many parts of the bay – especially where the water is starting to clear. Although some tannic coloring remains, water clarity has improved tremendously and it’s possible to sightfish. If that’s your plan, then you’ll…

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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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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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February Fishing Report

For starters, I’d like to thank each and every one of you for your continued support of our local fishing community. It makes our jobs as charter operators a lot easier knowing that you’re on board with us! Please note that the harvest of speckled trout is closed for the entire month of February in…

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