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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Womble


2011-11-02
11:49 AM

Panama City Specs, Reds, Kings and Flounder - The last week or so the fishing has been un-real. We have been catching reds, specs, flounder, Kings, Spanish and more. The flats are still good right now. The reds are starting to group up a little and the off shore fishing isnt slowing down any. La more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-10-06
9:54 AM

Panama City Off Shore Fishing - The last week or two has been incredible fishing both inshore and near shore, but the near shore fishing has been on fire. Capt. Todd has been tearing up the Kings, Cobia, Spanish, Bonita and yes he has even pulled in a couple Tuna. The redfish actio more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-09-29
10:40 AM

Panama City Late Summer Fishing - The fishing has been great both inshore and near shore. With the water temps cooling just a bit and the air temp falling the fishing has really picked up. We have been doing allot of trolling and a good bit of flats fishing too. The floating grass in more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-09-19
10:57 AM

Panama City Fishing - The inshore fishing has been ok lately. The reds and trout are still biting but the real action is still near shore. On a calm day you can take a flats boat just outside the pass and start trolling for kings, spanish, jacks, bonita.....etc. Capt. Tod more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-08-17
3:47 PM

Near Shore Trolling in Panama City Florida - The fishing has been great lately. Not much has changed sense our last report. We are still catching trout and reds on the flats and plenty of critters near shore. The Kings are thick right now and we are even pulling in the occasional Durado along w more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-08-04
3:46 PM

Inshore and Near Shore fishing in Panama City Florida - The near shore and inshore bite has been good. I know it has been a little while sense my last report….Sorry Capt. Todd…..but we have both been a little busy with running trips and getting our new boats tweaked just the to our liking. more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-06-16
11:11 AM

Panama City Florida, Summer time Family Fishing - The fishing has still been on fire. The weather has been warm to say the least, and the winds have been calm so the topwater action has been pretty good. We are still catching limits of Trout and Redfish, not to mention Jacks, Spanish, Pompano and a more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-05-31
10:55 AM

Warmer Weather and Hot Fishing Action in Panama City Florida - Capt. Todd has been wearing the fish out over the last week or two. He has been catching everything from King to Trout. His new boat with tower is nicely suited for flats or near shore and that type of versatility has unlocked allot of fishing holes more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2011-04-18
7:22 PM

SPANISH AND JACKS - Report Date: April 7, 2011 Today we did a little trolling down the beach looking for Cobia.We saw a few but they were not very cooperative today. However we were able to pass the time catching several limits of big Spanish and a really nice Jack Cr more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2010-05-02
5:02 PM

Panama City, Florida Redfish and Trout - Hello to all our long time and hopefully new readers. Sorry it has been awhile sense my last report but I have unfortunately been busy with that little thing called life. After a brief absence from writing our fishing reports Capt. Todd and I are bac more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City

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