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Fall fishing around Panama City Florida...Redfish, mahi and more

Capt. James Pic
October 29, 2014
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

Been a warm October which means some species have been slow getting into their fall pattern; redfish have not been one of them. In the last couple of weeks we have boated close to 70. That bite will continue. There are trout cruising the flats along with some nice Spanish in the bay.
Off shore, the red snapper have taken over many of my favorite spots so if you like catch and release there are plenty to play with. Some blackfin tuna are being caught along with kings and mahi mahi.
Flounder are just starting to move.

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Panama City Fishing Forecast:

Fall patterns will move fish and the flounder bite should turn on.

Target Species:

fall fishing is picking up

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Sight casting fly and spinning for reds, trout, bonita, spanish, jacks and many other species. Live bait trips available as well as hot topwater action in the bay around Panama City, Florida. Depending on the time of the year I can normally put you on legal grouper in the bay, monster speckled trout, lot's of fly fishing action and just about everything else that swims and good tablefare.

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James Pic
Phone: 850-215-5578
Alt. Phone: 850-319-7855
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