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Go Fly a Kite in Panama City, FL

Capt. Todd Jones
September 1, 2014
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

If you want to experience some high impact, full contact, adrenalin pumping fishing then flying a kite is just the thing for you. Even when the fish misses the bait it is worth the show they put on. Myself and Capt. Justin Leake (Panama City Inshore) have been flying the kite when the conditions are right for the last few weeks. This is the most fun I have had fishing since I was a kid. There is nothing more exciting than having a big threadfin or sardine splashing just under or on the surface all of a sudden start jumping with a big King Mackerel, Bonito, or a Sailfish right behind it. As you can see from the pictures some of the Kings get 10 or 12 feet in the air.

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If you would like to try your hand at kite fishing get in touch with us and we will set it up.

Capt. Todd Jones

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Capt. Todd has been fishing the Gulf Coast for over 40 years and guiding for 30 years. He is a second generation fishing guide. While serving his country for 22 years as a Navy Diver he was able to fish all over the world. In his travels he has fished the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, as well as the Mediterranean and the Sea of Cortez. But in his opinion nothing compares to the diversity we have here in the Emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Back Bay Adventures
SUN HARBOR MARINA
5505 Sun Harbor Rd
Panama City, FL 32401
Phone: 850-819-5829
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