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Panama City Fishing Reports


2008-05-21
9:56 AM

Pure Fishing Comes to Panama City Florida! - If you were one of largest Fishing Tackle Companies in the world where would you choose to have your annual sales and equipment seminar? Well I'll cut to the chase; they chose Panama City, Florida. Pure Fishing, the parent company o f Berkley, ABU Ga more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2008-05-18
8:15 PM

Variety has been the "spice" of fishing lately! - WOW!!!! What can you say about days of reds, specks, flounder, black snaps, spanish and some break off sharks? Want to catch reds? We just park the battle ship on top of them with a bucket of ly's and catch them till your tired. Trout are super g more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2008-05-08
12:08 PM

Same Ole, Same Ole... Which Is Better Than Most - FISHING THIS YEAR HAS BEEN GREAT, the water has warmed bringing the palegics into the bay. We started catching skipjack and blue runners along with the big spanish the last week or so. Also, we have had a couple of 50 pound blacktips on but have no more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2008-05-06
2:44 PM

The Top-Water Bite is "ON" in Panama City Florida - Finally the weather has decided to warm up and stay that way. We have had some mild winds combined with strong tides and clear waters. These conditions usually make it a little bit tougher on the top-water bite, but lately the Trout and Reds are more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2008-04-25
2:33 PM

Speckles and reds - Went to East Bay to do a little shallow water fishin' today. Great thing about a 22' tunnel hull is that it's big and roomy for a little rain and wind (no cancellations) but can also to 40 mph in 10 inches of water! Beeeeutiful! So we caught some more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2008-04-20
2:25 PM

April in Panama City Florida means big Trout and redfish, and lo - The water has cleared up and the Trout and Redfish bite is just getting better. We have had a slow day here and there but for the most part the bite is very good. This year we have already caught multiple trout over 5lbs and we are consistently catch more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2008-04-19
12:46 PM

Trout bite continues to be big - The best thing about having a big and roomy 22' tunnel hull is; NO CACELLATIONS DUE TO A LITTLE WIND OR RAIN! We are destroying the trout each time we go out. A few reds here and there and some random pompano. Check out the photos. We more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2008-04-03
10:44 PM

Panama City Warm Weather is Heating up the Top-Water Action - The water temp is finally were it needs to be for the trout and redfish to really start hammering the top-water plugs. Over the last two weeks we have been catching some really nice trout and redfish. The baitfish are showing up a little more every d more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2008-04-02
2:09 PM

TRIPLE DIGIT TROUT/HOT BITE ON A COLD DAY - Arron Reader and his father in law, Alton, came down Monday for a trout trip of a life time. It was cold, cloudy and blowing but the trout were hot and eager to eat. We caught close to 150 fish on DOA and popping corks with some nice keepers to more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2008-03-25
7:00 AM

Reds and trout are still kickin', spanish and cobia on the way! - We continue to catch big reds and sheeps in the pass. This will continue for another few weeks. The big reds are always there and can be caught throughout the summer. We found a school of reds last Saturday morning up in the bay, catching about more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

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