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Fantastic Family Fishing in Panama City, FL

Capt. Todd Jones
June 21, 2014
Panama City - Saltwater Fishing Report

The fishing continues to be incredible. We are still catching limits of Red Snapper every time we target them. Several recent trips were catch and release only. On these trips I like to target the close inshore wrecks and reefs for Amberjack and Almaco Jack. These fish seem to be a lot heartier and can handle the catch and release with little to no effect on their health.

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The last trip we had some beautiful Black Snapper to go with our limit of Red Snapper. We could have sunk the boat with these huge Black Snapper…but we only keep a few to finish out a nice box of fish for these guys to take back home with them.

The King Mackerel fishing is out of control right now. If we target them we will catch them. Even the kayakers are catching limits of kings off the sandbar.
The fishing is great and will continue to be thru October.

Capt. Todd Jones

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Capt. Todd has been fishing the Gulf Coast for over 40 years and guiding for 30 years. He is a second generation fishing guide. While serving his country for 22 years as a Navy Diver he was able to fish all over the world. In his travels he has fished the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, as well as the Mediterranean and the Sea of Cortez. But in his opinion nothing compares to the diversity we have here in the Emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Back Bay Adventures
5505 Sun Harbor Rd
Panama City, FL 32401
Phone: 850-819-5829
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