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Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola)

9:21 PM

Cast and Blast in Panama City Beach, FL - What a great opening weekend! The weather was perfect 20 to 25 knot winds and cold temperatures, all the makings of an outstanding diver hunt. The cold front that came down last week brought with it divers of all kinds. We had lots of action fro more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

10:22 AM

Flounder, flounder, flounder!!! - November and that means flounder along the Emerald Coast. While we've had unusually warm temperatures until today, the water temp is still above 70 which is keeping the bait around and that is also keeping some King's around. Out on the reefs the bit more...
Capt. Mark Thompson - Grayton Beach

7:33 AM

fall/winter fishing - fishing has been good for king mackerel on inshore rocky bottom S.W. of Destin pass trolling live or dead bait and red fish are biting on outgoing tide on any kind of live bait more...
Capt. Brian Santos - Destin

4:41 PM

Flat Flounders Fillin' Fish Boxes - The weather is in normal Fall/Winter mode which means we get a few pretty days and then a few rough ones. I have been able to run about half my trips and have had to cancel the other half based on the old adage it's supposed to be fun. The folks th more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

7:06 PM

Panama City Duck Hunting Highlights - For me the fishing season has ended. Its time to get all my decoys out and loaded into the duck boat, But first I am going on my annual pilgrimage to the Midwest to look for that Boone and Crocket Whitetail with my bow. In the meantime, I will leav more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

8:17 AM

Changing Seasons, Changing Fish - That time of the year with lots of changes going on at the beach and in the Gulf. The weather has been up and down the past 2 weeks with the remnants of a Pacific hurricane coming over into the Gulf and giving us some really high seas along with lots more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

2:01 PM

Flounder Fishing 101 - Pensacola Fishing Reports - Flounder Fishing 101 Yesterday 10-23-2015, I had Steve from Kansas City, Missouri on board the Triton. He was down for a wedding and told me that wherever he travels he tries to book a charter to try new styles of fishing. I told him about our in more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola

10:17 PM

Blue Herons, Flounder, and Bent Rods - Pensacola Fishing - Blue Herons, Flounder, and Bent Rods October is a great month to inshore fish for lots of species, especially flounder. While some of my counterparts are out fishing the gulf, I'm enjoying the flats practically all to myself. I've been tossing a more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola

7:58 PM

Cool Weather Hot Fishing in Panama City Beach, FL - I say it every year, but here it goes again…I love Fall Fishing! Despite a red tide scare we are still catching lots of fish. During the week we target Grouper, White, Vermilion, and Black Snapper, Flounder, and even a few Mahi. Needless to say on more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

9:34 AM

Fast Fall Fishin' - Whooo...; it's been busy here at the beach this Fall. Lots of folks around and plenty of pretty weather to take 'em fishing. Today is the first day since last month where it wouldn't be fun out there so I get to do chores and write a report (wish I c more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

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