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Light Tackle Mahi Fishing in Panama City Beach, FL

Capt. Todd Jones
September 22, 2015
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

This week is starting out like the last several weeks. The weather is outstanding and the seas are calm with lots of fish to be caught. The Mahi fishing has been fantastic. When you catch these fish on Penn Fierce 4000 spinning reels you have about as good a fight as could ever want. They scream drag out, jump, dive down deep, and just outright put on a great show. Not to mention they are one of the best fish in the Gulf to eat.

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If you want some great action and outstanding fish to take home to eat this is the time of year to do it.
Come on down and let use show you some great Light Tackle fishing here in Panama City Beach.

Thanks,
Capt. Todd Jones
panamacityinshore.com
backbayadventures.com
850-819-5829

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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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