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Cold front could be a good thing!

Capt. Mark Bosler
March 6, 2011
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

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{%image_id=19574)It seems so good that the water is getting so warm already and in some ways it is but if you like to catch cobia it's a scary situation. If the water gets to warm to quick it could mean a two month season but the fish will be strung out and few and far between. We need a cold front to gradually warm the water and stage these fish up. This means we will have a shorter season but there will be lots of fish like last year.

In other news the redfish bite is getting hot! My brother and Justin Williams fished the ECRC redfish tournament last weekend and came up a little short but the fish were plentiful. Lots of fish on the flats including several schools of fish around west bay point. There are also fish starting to show up on the docks, those being the bigger slot fish.

While cobia fishing the other day I saw a large school of bull reds on the beach. Also the pompano and spanish mackerel should start showing up here very soon.

With spring break in full swing we are starting to book trips so look me up under guides in Panama City and book your spring trip quick!

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I specialize in flats and near shore fishing. With over 8 years experience fishing the waters surrounding Panama City Beach there is always a species to catch! I always strive to make sure you the customer has the best experience possible.

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2711 Hosanna Tr
Panama City, FL 32405
Phone: 850-896-7016
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