Fishing/Charters
 

Fishing/Charters in Panama City Beach

Panama City Beach is famous for fishing of all kinds - especially deep sea fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. But serious anglers also catch plenty of fish from the piers along the beach and St. Andrew Bay, or by casting a line directly from the shore. Anglers will also enjoy bay fishing, or scouting a local river or freshwater lake.

Novice and experienced fishermen alike will be thrilled with the variety of fresh and saltwater fishing options available in Panama City Beach.

Most professional charter fishing companies will provide a fishing license for their customers. However, visitors can also obtain a short-term fishing license, details HERE. For more information on fishing from local piers, click HERE. For detailed fishing regulations, visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

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Mid-July Fishing Report
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...
Fishing Report July 2017
The inshore bite throughout the numerous bay systems and along Panama City Beach is on fire right now! If you get out on the flats early, then expect to get into a very productive topwater bite for speckled trout and redfish. I have found...
Grand Lagoon Grand Slam
Get your rod and reels ready, the Grand Lagoon Grand Slam offshore tournament is right around the corner! Taking place August 10-12 at the popular Lighthouse Marina on Grand Lagoon , this event invokes memories in the tradition of the bill...
June Fishing Report
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...
Mid-May Fishing Report
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...
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