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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Bosler


2011-06-11
4:40 PM

Good mixed bag in Panama City!! - Snapper season has opened and there are plenty of big red snappers to catch in the 15 to 20 lb range. Along with the snapper we are catching some really nice black snappers and some big red groupers to go along with them. Inshore the tarpon have star more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City


2011-04-08
9:02 PM

Smoker Kings in Panama City! - I know its been awhile since I have given a report lately, the good old spring time winds have finally started to show themselves. I did however get a chance to get out today and we in store for an action packed day. The Spanish mackeral were everywh more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City


2011-03-21
9:35 PM

The COBIA have arrived in Panama City!! - After several days of seeing one or two fish a day with none of them eating anything you threw at them, things are finally startin to favor the anglers. I got a chance to get out with my buddy Guy Ward yesterday and spend some time looking for the te more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City


2011-03-19
1:57 PM

The three S's in panama sharks sheephead and spanish! - I took Marlee and Chad from Alabama out today and had a great trip! After catching a pile of sheepshead we decided to go look for a Cobia. We did end up seeing one Cobia about 35lbs but the fish was spooky and didn't eat. While looking we saw several more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City


2011-03-16
9:57 PM

Fishing is HOT HOT HOT! - I took a nice family from Texas out today and lets just say they got plenty to eat and a little more. The Spanish mackeral were absolutely everywhere in the bay, just find the birds diving and look for the Spanish darting across the top of the water. more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City


2011-03-10
4:36 PM

Spanish Mackeral have arrived! - 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 more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City


2011-03-06
2:22 PM

Cold front could be a good thing! - {%image_id=19574)It seems so good that the water is getting so warm already and in some ways it is but if you like to catch cobia it's a scary situation. If the water gets to warm to quick it could mean a two month season but the fish will be strung more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City


2011-03-04
3:40 PM

Cobia on March 3rd?? - Yes its true Howard Farrow caught the first cobia of the year in Panama city off the county pier. The water temp is around 66 degrees now. I went to the pier today and saw 2 fish pushing 40lbs so get ready boys they are coming early! more...
Capt. Mark Bosler - Panama City

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