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Panama City Back Water Redfish and Trout

Capt. Rob Womble
June 3, 2013
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

At Back Bay Adventures we would rather let the pictures do the talking of how we are doing on the water rather than try to talk ourselves up. The Trout and Redfish bite is still on fire. Top Water in or near the creaks and bayous in about 2 foot of water or less is where we are finding a majority of the keeper size Reds and Trout. No telling what you will get when walking those lures over the flats. This week we have caught and or hooked Reds, Trout, Tarpon, Blue Fish, Spanish and a Black Tip shark. The fishing up on the flats is incredible. Looks to stay that way for the near future.

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As always good luck on the water and in the woods.
Capt. Rob Womble
&
Capt. Todd Jones
www.backbayadventures.com

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At Back Bay Adventures we offer some of the best fully guided light tackle & Fly fishing trips available on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Located in Panama City, Florida, we fish the pristine waters of the Pan Handle from West Bay to Crooked Island and all points in between. With a steady year round supply of inshore species such as Redfish, Trout and flounder there is always plenty of action on our shallow water flats. So come and join us for an adventure of a lifetime.

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Phone: 850-532-7192
Alt. Phone: 850-819-5829
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