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Spanish Mackeral have arrived!

Capt. Mark Bosler
March 10, 2011
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

I got a report today from a local boat named the "Bite Me" that the Spanish Mackeral have moved into St. Andrews Pass. Spanish are a very good eating fish that can be caught using several different techniques including Got-cha lures, bubble rigs and Clark spoons. To locate them look for them to dart across the top of the water or sometimes they will jump completely out of the water.
The sheepshead bite is also heating up. Look to anchor up at the point of the east jetty and Carolina rig a shrimp or fiddler crab on the bottom.
I also just received word that the "Full Pull" out of Destin just caught the second cobia of the year. The water temp has dropped to 63 degrees over the past couple days and with the wind blowing like it has been I have unable to get out and look for cobia myself but with temps on the rise we should start seeing some fish by next week.

Book your trip now and get in on the spring excitement. Whether you have little experience or you are a novice there is always something to catch so call now! As always tight lines and catch em up!

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