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Panama City Fishing Reports


2009-06-07
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


2009-06-06
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


2009-06-04
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


2009-06-04
7:11 AM

Opening Day Snapper and Grouper - The Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper season opened on Monday. You could have not asked for a more perfect day, light southwest winds and 1-2 ft seas. Fished with the intention of catching grouper while filling our snapper limit along the way. We happened more...
Capt. Mike Falzone - Panama City


2009-06-03
1:50 PM

Carter and Richard catch a few in Panama City Florida - Headed out bright and early this morning with Carter, Richard and Dad. We headed to the redfish and trout hole picking up some bait along the way. Today was the first day in a while that we have had much of a breeze in the morning which was great, more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-06-02
12:27 PM

How to catch kings on 8# and 10# line.... - Sometimes you have to fish in the back of the boat.... Sometimes you have to get on your knees and fish in the front of the boat.... Always happy when you put them in boat! Everybody's light tackle guru was at it again today zapping those ki more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-06-01
10:57 PM

Opener Snapper Season 2009 Panama City - Snapper season opened today and it didn't take long to fill my tag two drops two fish wow that was fast!! running only a few miles from the pass. it took me longer to buy bait dew to the large number of boats going out this morning. And when you get more...
Capt. Scott Fitzgerald - Panama City


2009-06-01
2:32 PM

Good day for fly fishing and the trash can slam! - Met Brad Cripe from southern Illinois at the dock bright and early this morning. We had a date with some red fish I haven't visited in a couple of weeks. As we eased into the spot, fish were pushing wakes in front of us. We set up and waited for t more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-05-31
1:07 PM

Three kings, a queen and a couple of jokers... - Took a day for me today. Invited my brother Jeff, Ray and my gal Micki to go get some of those kings we caught the other day and look for some mahi mahi. The day started cool with a beautiful sunrise. The wind changed with the front a few days a more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-05-30
3:54 PM

High pressure settles in as cool breezes bring a variety. - The Dothan boys came back down today for another round of war with the fish. The day broke unseasonably cool which made for a beautiful day of fishing. Birthday boy, Will, wanted to get into some sharks and we didn't disappoint with two nice bo more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

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