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Panama City Beach ,FL Inshore and Offshore Fishing Report

Capt. Todd Jones
May 8, 2013
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

The last week has been great. The bait has found its way back into the bay and so have the fish. We are catching just about all the regular summer species now. The Trout have made their move back onto the flats along with the Red fish. The Bluefish and Spanish mackerel are all over the bay. All of these can be caught on live bait or artificial. The live bait of choice is Pilchards if you can catch them…a good second choice is live shrimp. The Pompano are still making a good showing on the beach.

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Speaking of the beach we are still catching a few Cobia and lots of Jacks. The Cobia should still be here till the end of the month. We are also starting to see Kings on the beach and on near shore structures.

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Offshore we are catching Vermillion Snapper, White Snapper, Grouper, Amberjack, and Banded Rudderfish.

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It is really starting to shape up to be a great summer.
For more info check out our website at www.backbayadventures.com

Good luck on the water,
Capt. Todd Jones

Panama City Fishing Forecast:

The Kings are starting to show up and Cobia should still be here for a couple more weeks.Just about all the summer species are here. The Tarpon should be here soon.

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Capt. Todd has been gunning Divers on the Gulf Coast for over 30 years and guiding for 20 years. He is a second generation duck hunting guide and his 12 year old son Jacob is in training to carry on the family tradition. While serving his country for 22 years as a Navy Diver he was able to hunt all four flyways including Mexico and Europe. He is an award winning decoy maker so you will be gunning over his handmade blocks.

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Back Bay Adventures
Phone: 850-819-5829
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