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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Womble


2013-06-11
1:47 PM

Panama City Redfish and Trout Report - The Redfish and Trout bite is comntinuing to be strong. Can't say it enough.....get shallow and stay quite. The Reds and bigger Trout like to hang out in the shallows near channels and deeper drops. The shallow water makes hunting bait easier for the more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2013-06-03
2:30 PM

Panama City Back Water Redfish and Trout - At Back Bay Adventures we would rather let the pictures do the talking of how we are doing on the water rather than try to talk ourselves up. The Trout and Redfish bite is still on fire. Top Water in or near the creaks and bayous in about 2 foot of w more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2013-05-21
2:55 PM

Panama City, Florida Back Water Fishing Report - The inshore fishing in the bay and on the flats has been spectacular. The redfish are back into their normal routine. Topwater plugs are working well for them early in the morning. Target the mouth of bayous and creeks. As the sun gets up we have bee more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2013-03-22
9:34 AM

Spring Break Redfish and Trout - So far, the weather has still been up and down temperature wise. Fortunately, that has not turned the redfish and trout off. The bite is still pretty good and will only get better in the coming days as the temperature continues to rise. I'm st more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2013-01-14
10:16 AM

Redfish in Shallow and Water is Very Clear - Well it's been awhile since my last report. Sorry but I have been traveling, and with the holidays… Well, I wasn't doing a lot of fishing until recently. The redfish bite is still pretty good right now. The lower winter tides have the reds out i more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2012-10-22
12:00 PM

Panama City Florida Bay Fishing - The flats are still in good shape even with the water still being a little stained from all the rain we had a couple months ago. The water is really starting to clear up and cool down. The reds are starting to get on their open flats pattern as the w more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2012-09-11
10:12 AM

Panama City Florida Fishing - The weather over the last couple weeks has been a little crazy to say the least. The water in the bays and near shore is still a little tanic. Furtunately that has not turned the fish off. Up in the bay and on the flats the topwater is still working more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2012-08-21
10:50 PM

Panama City Florida Top Water Fishing 8-21-12 - Well....there isnt much more to say other than the redfish and trout are eating topwater baits early in the morning. If there is a light chop on the water I suggest you use a Top Dog. If the water is calm with little to no wind we have been using a s more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2012-08-12
11:21 PM

Panama City Florida topwater fishing. - The weather has been a little rainy this month to say the least, but the top water fishing has been great! The water is a bit tanic so the top water plugs have been the best lure of choice. The mornings have been on fire. With the water being stained more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2012-06-18
1:52 PM

Panama City Florida Fishing "Specs and Reds" - This last week or two has been great for the inshore/flats fishing. The trout are everywhere and the reds are hanging in the usual spots. As always I have been starting out with a topwater or a popping cork and switching to a suspending plug or a so more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City

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