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Panama City Fishing Reports

9:24 AM

Panama City Nearshore - Fished with a group of guys from North Carolina today. Started the day with Jack landing a nice slot size redfish and a good speckled trout before moving to the gulf beach. Again the gulf beach was alive, we cast spoons and jigs to the schools of dif more...
Capt. Mike Falzone - Panama City

3:40 PM

Big spanish, big smiles, small cobia in the bay. - Tom Henson and his son, Rhett, fished with me this morning. The day broke with a beautiful sunrise, low humidity bringing hopes of a couple of big trout to start the day. We hit several spots in West Bay with only small trout and flounder to show f more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

7:14 PM

Wind blows bringing some good suprises. - Amy and Keith Tate showed up this morning bright and early this morning expecting to go king fishing for a little while before moving into the bay for other species. Unfortunately the wind blew all night making it a little rough offshore. We stayed more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

2:14 PM

Joseph get's the "quad fecta". - The quadfecta is a name I have made up for my six hour clients that like to do a little of everything that Panama City has to offer for inshore fishing. Today Joseph and his father, Joe, came to do a little fishing. They wanted some redfish and t more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

12:19 PM

Two young "Peaches" have a time with a variety of fish! - It was my pleasure to have two young ladies from N. Georgia on the boat this morning. Hannah and Josie along with dad, Scott, didn't want anything more than some light tackle action. Well...the fish didn't disappoint. We took many different specie more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

12:22 PM

........And the king bite goes on. - Jason and Miles came back for round two this morning. It was sloppy and rough but we managed to put some nice kings in the boat slow trolling live cigs. Since it was so rough we stayed at the whistle bouy. Jack the bait man was out there anchored more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

1:33 PM

The "quad-fecta" of a six hour trip. - Early, we chase reds and trout: Then we chase spanish and blues: Lot's of fun and lots of fish! more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

12:02 PM

Go "chumming"...catch a bunch of fish on custom rods. - Ran the first all chum trip today. If you have never experienced catching big spanish in a chum line, it's something you definitely want to try. I use 8 1/2 foot ML custom rods built on St. Croix blanks with oversized reels and eight pound line. more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

1:25 PM

Weather can play a big part in the fishing...... - That old saying a bad day of fishihg is better than a good day in the office is probably more accurate than most people will ever know. A bad day of fishing can be a lot of different things. With me, a bad day is one or two good trout or reds wit more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

12:46 PM

Stormy weather trout. - A low developed in the gulf yesterday pushing squalls and pressure changes with it. It also pushed a lot of water into the bay giving the trout and reds more places to hide. The Nesmiths from Savannah braved the weather for a day of fishing that th more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

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