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Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola)

6:29 PM

Changing Seasons - Today was the first day you could really tell the seasons are changing. It was a blustery, overcast & cool fall day. Almost slick calm on the beach but choppy/sloppy once you got a mile out. We stayed up in close and got a nice limit of Red Snapper, more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

8:28 PM

Light Tackle Mahi Fishing in Panama City Beach, FL - This week is starting out like the last several weeks. The weather is outstanding and the seas are calm with lots of fish to be caught. The Mahi fishing has been fantastic. When you catch these fish on Penn Fierce 4000 spinning reels you have about more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

9:49 PM

Pensacola, Navarre, Perdido Key Fishing Report - The 2015 Spring and Summer Season is in the books. Here is a brief report on the area fishing. It was a hot season for sure, with temps well over 100 most days. We had to start out early and quit around 10am to avoid the unbearable heat. I ran some more...
Capt. John Rivers - Pensacola

7:19 PM

A Great Time to Be in Grayton - The past 10 days or so have been just great on the beach in SOWAL. Crystal clear water, the roads aren't clogged and there is lots of room on the beach. The Gulf has been calm right up on the beach but a hard Northeast breeze made it bumpy offshore a more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

9:21 PM

Mahi Fishing in Panama City Beach, FL - The Mahi fishing continues to be outstanding here in Panama City Beach. Just about everything you find floating has them on it. We are catching them on live bait, jigs, and flies. O the days Red Snapper is open we are catching our limit of these more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

4:08 PM

Back to Grayton and Bottom Fish - Well; I have been back from Indian Pass for 10 days now and the culture shock has about wore off. Nothing to remind of you of how Florida used to be than coming from Indian Pass to Seagrove on Labor Day weekend ! My last week at the Pass had the Tarp more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

9:09 PM

Light Tackle Offshore Fishing in Panama City Beach - Wow!! That's all I can say about the last few days of fishing here in Panama City Beach. The fall Red Snapper season started on Saturday and it was awesome. We caught limits of Snapper and Mahi every trip. This has been a fantastic year for catchin more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

7:55 PM

Light Tackle Offshore Action in Panama City, FL - The Mahi action here in Panama City Beach continues to be outstanding. Both Capt. Justin and I have been able to catch Mahi on every trip in the Gulf for the last 2 weeks. What great action on Light Tackle spinning gear. These fish jump and pull more...
Capt. Todd Jones - Panama City

11:53 AM

been a long hot summer - king mackerel have been chewing all year when red snapper opened for recreational harvest could not get through kings to catch a snapper most days and redfish have been good all year at destin bridge remember do not catch your limit limit your catch more...
Capt. Brian Santos - Destin

10:15 AM

Indian Pass Time - Been over at Indian Pass for almost 2 weeks now on the annual Tarpon and Triple Tail hunt. As always the 1st two days were spent cleaning and fixin' at the fish camp to get it ready for my anglers. The evening of the second day my wife and I took the more...
Capt. Larry Pentel - Destin

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