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Panama City Beach Bay Fishing Redfish

Capt. Kyle Pitts
September 18, 2009
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

The redfish bite continues to be strong, on the other hand the weather....not so great, oh well. It can only get better right!!! I had a group that enjoyed fishing in the rain because it cooled them off, so I guess it has it's advantages. Fall and winter are right around the corner bringing with them the bull redfish and flounder. As the north wind blows and the tides get lower the fishing in the back of the bay will only get better. Low tides= backs and tails, presenting the perfect situation for sight fishing redfish with spinning gear or flies. Thanks again, enjoy the pics.

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Target Species:

Redfish,Trout,Flounder

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High Tide Guide Service is a first class fishing operation located in beautiful Panama City Beach, Fl. Specializing in live bait fishing and sight-fishing. We fish the bay,flats,and beach in a full tower boat and a fly skiff for Tarpon,Redfish,Trout,Cobia,Jack Crevalle,etc. Fully equipped with Shimano and St.Croix spin gear and Tibor,Sage,Orvis,G Loomis fly gear.

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High Tide Guide Service
1115 Indiana Ave.
Lynn Haven, FL 32444
Phone: 850-258-6602
Alt. Phone: 850-265-2026
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