July Fishing Report

Inshore on the flats, speckled trout and redfish can be found stalking the shallows in the early morning hours when temperatures are still cool and low light offers them the advantage of stealth. This is the best opportunity for those explosive surface strikes everyone loves to experience when…

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Bay Point Billfish Open

June 26-29 Building on last year’s triumphant return, the Bay Point Billfish Open invites anglers to the Point South Marina in Bay Point for another year of premier sport fishing. This six-day PCB event will be held at the beautiful Point South Marina at Bay Point, providing easy access to some of…

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June Fishing Report

The flats have been on fire for the past month and I expect that to continue throughout the month of June. It’s mainly speckled trout that are coming off of shallow grass but there are plenty of redfish to be caught as well. The trout bite has been better earlier in the morning on top water…

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How to Plan a Fun Fishing Date

A fishing date is great way for couples to spend some exciting time together and a fun way for new or potential partners to get to know each other. With sparkling turquoise waters brimming with marine life, Panama City Beach offers a beautiful setting for your date. Red snapper season, June 1-July…

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Hooked on Family Fun

It’s 5:55 a.m. The sun is just peeking over the horizon, casting a golden glow on the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The air is filled with the smell of salt and the promise of adventure. Your family is gathered on the dock, armed with fishing poles and a sense of excitement. Welcome to the…

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6 Tips For Catching Red Snapper

Whether it’s your first time casting a line or you’re already an old pro, red snapper are among anglers’ favorites. These vibrant fish are beautiful to behold and fun to catch, and they make for a delicious dinner. Red snapper can grow quite large, from 5 to 20 pounds or more, so get ready for an…

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May Fishing Report

This is such a magical time of the year to be out on the water boating and fishing! Mild temperatures keep the days comfortable and it’s still warm enough to be out before and after sunset. The best bites usually come early in the morning or late in the afternoon, but fish have been very active…

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Top Things To Do At St. Andrews State Park

When you visit Panama City Beach, you're sure to find plenty of fun both on and off the water. At St. Andrews State Park, there's no shortage of ecotourism activities for you to enjoy within the 1,200-acres of undisturbed forests, sand dunes and miles of beautiful beaches. Here are a few of our top…

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April Fishing Report

Spring has sprung! Warming water temperatures and the arrival of abundant baitfish mean the flats are alive and well. Pinfish have made their way back into the shallows where they've taken up residence on grass and sand flats. Mullet are working in big schools along the shoreline, making them…

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March Fishing Report

Here in Panama City Beach, it’s beginning to feel a lot like springtime both on and off the water. Longer days, warmer temperatures and the arrival of masses of bait fish mean migratory fish will be arriving soon and the spring angling season will be off to the races. On the flats, there is no…

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