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

10:50 AM

Hot Fishin', Cooler Temps - On the hill this morning as the first real cool front of the year slides in. The weather has been great ( a little breezy maybe) with clear skies and temps in the upper 80's for weeks now. This front is supposed to drop the night time temps into the more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

8:06 PM

Fantastic Fall Fishing in Panama City, FL - Cool weather and hot fishing…what more could you ask for? Fall is here and I'll say it again this is my favorite time to fish. For those of you that prefer catch and release the Amberjack fishing is just about as good as it can get. They are ready more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

12:41 PM

Tryin' to reason with hurricane season - It's was absolutely beautiful here at the beach yesterday and today but the folks over on the east coast are having to get ready for hurricane Mathew coming up the Bahamas. The storm has us getting a pretty stiff NE wind which makes it slick calm on more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

8:31 AM

Weekend snapper fishing - The snapper fishing on the weekends has been decent slow bite but catching some quality fish using cigar minnows and small herring using a slip lead rig just enough lead to hold the bottom. more...
Capt. Brian Santos - Destin

8:10 PM

Kings, Sailfish, and More…in Panama City, FL - Well I say the same thing every Fall, this is my favorite time of year to be fishing. The baits are plentiful, all the pelagic species are plentiful and the reef fish move in close. This is also the time of year when I can incorporate my favorite s more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

7:03 PM

Fall Fishing in Panama City Florida - This is my favorite time of year to fish. Everything that makes great fishing is here, cooler water temperatures, lots of bait, and light north winds to knock down the humidity. If that was not enough…we even get to keep Red Snapper on Friday, S more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

8:00 PM

Spanish mackerel - Spanish mackerel have been biting good on the tail end of the incoming tide just south of the Destin East Pass biting mostly artificial lures my lure of choice is A Spro quarter ounce Bucktail jig that glows more...
Capt. Brian Santos - Destin

4:28 PM

Great Time to be Fishin' at Grayton - It's a wonderful time to be at the beach ! The last big crush of visitors from Labor Day weekend is over, there are no lines at the restaurants, Red snappers are open on the weekends and there are lots of other fish to catch during the week. The f more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

1:08 PM

Trolling has been good - Trolling has been good the last couple days close to the Destin East Pass lot of bait schools with black fin tuna and bonitas in it attached is a picture of Captain Doug Richards on the Lighten Up with a nice black fin tuna caught on an artificial lu more...
Capt. Brian Santos - Destin

7:51 PM

Light Tackle Fishing in Panama City Beach - The fishing the last several weeks has been great. We continue to catch good numbers of King Mackerel, Amberjack, and various reef species. Tomorrow will be the first day we are able to keep Red Snapper since early July. I anticipate the fish being more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

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