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Panama City Beach Redfish Fly

Capt. Kyle Pitts
August 26, 2009
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

Cooler mornings and lower tides have the Redfish in a feeding frenzy. Me and local Captain, Jason Giles had the day off and took full advantage. At the end of the tide the water was extremely low exposing numerous Redfish backs and tails. These fish were devouring anything that came in their paths. After watching the show for a bit we busted out the fly rods, caught a couple fish and took it to the house just in time to get my little girl from school. It was hard to leave Redfish swimming all around the boat, but I couldn't be late. Most of the fish we saw were in 4 to 8 inches of water and fly of the day was a shrimp pattern with gold. Enjoy the pics, Capt. Kyle Pitts.

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Target Species:

Redfish, Trout, Spanish, Blues, Skipjacks, Sharks

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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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