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Regional Fishing Reports for:
Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola)

9:46 PM

Panama City Beach Bay Fishing - I haven't posted since a few days before the close of snapper. I have some picture but they don't matter now. In the bay we are catching some nice spanish, Kings, and bull reds. more...
Capt. Jason Giles - Panama City

1:36 PM

July has been the month for Redfish- Pensacola Fishing Charters - What a year it's been so far; new boat, crazy temperatures, flooding, and lots of bent rods. I've been fishing non-stop it seems like since spring break. I received my new 240 LTS Triton in February and I'm so happy with it. It is everything I've wa more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola

8:52 PM

Limits of Red ! - Whooo, we got squalled out today and I took 2 naps totaling 4 hours of well needed catch up sleep this morning. I was still on the beach at 4:45 with the boat but was back home by 6 AM. I just ran a quick count and I have run 32 days in a row total more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

9:23 AM

See What You Catch in Panama City Beach, FL - See What You Catch in Panama City Beach, FL As the title implies we have been sight fishing for Big Red Snapper, Black Snapper, Lane Snapper, Almaco Jacks, Amberjacks, and even King Mackerel. I have been chumming with live and dead Menhaden and br more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

12:46 PM

WOW! What a summer in Panama City Florida - First I want to apologize for taking so long for a report. Technical issues...it's a wonder AT&T is still in business. Fishing has been unbelievably great this summer. From the big, big snapper caught opening week of season, the kings all over t more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

8:06 PM

Inshore and Offshore Fishing in Panama City Beach, FL - Fishing continues to be outstanding both Inshore and Offshore. Inshore we are catching huge Spanish mackerel, Bluefish, Lady Fish, Trout, and Sharks. Offshore we have a couple more days to keep Red Snapper. Even after the Red Snapper season more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

7:30 PM

Panama City Beach Bay Fishing - Doing it all 2x a day. Inshore and Nearshore have been pretty good. Spinning gear and Fly we are getting it done. Even had a 30lb. smoker on an 8wt. set up. The fish drug us all over the bay. Fishing is good but this weather is changing. more...
Capt. Jason Giles - Panama City

10:47 PM

Light Tackle Offshore Fishing in Panama City, FL - Everything is biting right now. We are catching Grouper, Snapper, Amberjacks, Kings, Almaco Jacks, Banded Rudderfish, Sharks, and Cobia. The fishing should only get better as the summer progresses. Be safe on the water, Capt. Todd Jones more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

7:37 PM

Fantastic Fishin' for the Fourth - Man, it sure was busy here at the beach for the 4th of July holiday. The weather was fantastic and the fish were biting. To make it even better we had a weather anomaly where the Gulf water temp dropped about 8-10 degrees around the 1st of the month. more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

10:42 PM

Panama City Beach Light Tackle - It's hard doing it ALL, but that's what have been doing. Custom building fishing trips around fish skill levels. Inshore to offshore. Sight fishing Tarpon too. It's been a great summer for all the light tackle guides and I hope this weather holds. more...
Capt. Jason Giles - Panama City

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4. Northeast Florida (New Smyrna Beach to Jacksonville) (1005)

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7. Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola) (2067)

8. Freshwater (800)

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