Let's Go Sight Fishing

Forget about casting into deep, dark water over and over again while wishing and hoping. We will spot a fish in crystal clear water, ease into position and present the fly with precision. Watch as the fish reacts and tracks the fly ultimately engulfing the prey. Hooked up!!!

If it sounds like hunting it is. Yes, you will blow some casts. You will make perfect shots that are refused but you Will learn from experience. What could be more exciting than a visual experience like this occurring time after time? Sight fishing is more than just fishing, It hones all of your senses. You will become more in synch with your natural surroundings. Vegetation will become more beautiful, behavior of other sea life will become more noticeable, as will birds of prey, wading birds, and gulls. Suddenly you will realize that the fish on the end of your line is only part of a day on the water while sight fishing.

Make that call! Come to our beautiful beaches and lets go hunt for what lies beneath the emerald green water’s surface.
Panama City Beach, Florida - The gulf and bay waters surrounding Panama City Beach offer some of the finest sport fishing in the world. Test your angling versatility by fly casting for red fish in St. Andrews Bay one day then troll the Emerald Green waters of the Gulf of Mexico for a regal blue marlin the next. Or if you prefer fishing for supper, visit one of our numerous wrecks or artificial reefs to play tug-of- war with a tasty red snapper.

Various types of fishing are available year round, but the spring and fall seasons offer the best angling. This is also the off season in Panama City Beach so crowds and hotel rates are fisherman friendly.

Spring- Spanish mackerel and blue fish show up in the bay in March. Trout, redfish, and ladyfish will be ravenously feeding on the grass flats. Pompano, cobia, and jack crevalle will be running the beaches, followed by smoker king mackeral in the twenty to forty pound class. Light winter fishing pressure has allowed the wrecks and reefs to restock with bottom species. Pull up a smorgasboard of snapper, grouper, triggerfish, and amberjack.

Summer- Trout and red fishing continue in the bay with best results early and late in the day. Some pompano, whiting, and lady fish will be in the surf. Shark fishing peeks in the summer especially at night. In shore you will find king mackeral, small dolphin (mahi-mahi), and bonito. Bottom fishing improves the further you are willing to travel into the gulf. Off shore offers bigger dolphin, wahoo, yellowfin tuna, sailfish, and marlin.

Fall- Cooling water temperatures trigger an urgency to feed. Trout and reds will aggressively attack top water baits. Flounder will begin a migration to the gulf and stack up on inshore structure. Pompano then will again school along the beach. The king mackeral run is at its hiatus. Some dolphin are still around. Blackfin tuna will be under the schools of bonito. Inshore bottom fishing improves and now cobia are added to the pot. Offshore fishing continues but slows in the late fall.

Winter- Trout and redfish move into deeper holes in the bay or up the creeks and rivers but will venture onto the flats on warm afternoons. Beach fishing will yield an occasional whiting. Bottom fishing can be great if you pick your days correctly. Larger fish move to inshore structure in the winter.

Panama City Beach boasts a huge fishing fleet with multi- talented captains and crews. Select a 16 foot skiff to fish the shallowest flat or a million dollar sport fishing yacht to take you to the hunting grounds in luxurious comfort. There are also 27 miles of beach, hundreds of acres of wadeable flats and three fishing piers extending into the Gulf of Mexico.

Jubilee Deep Sea Party Fishing

Jubilee Deep Sea Fishing

Come fishing with us aboard the Jubilee, Panama City Beach’s newest, family-friendly, party boat. Our captain has been fishing the Gulf of Mexico for over 30 years. Daily half-day and full day trips available. Air-conditioned cabin, upper sun deck, bathrooms, and full-service snack bar. Bait, tackle, fishing license, rod, and reel included. Located at the Treasure Island Marina, on Thomas Drive. Jubilee Deep Sea Party Fishing the whole family can enjoy! Check out our web site, or call for prices and more information.

Phone: (850) 236-2111
Website: http://www.jubileefishing.com/

Loaded Pole Charters

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Ready for Fishing?  Then you have to check out Loaded Pole Charters in Panama City Beach Florida. Located
at the St. Andrews Marina, 3151 W. 10th St. slip #83, the Loaded Pole Charter Boats offers a variety of charter tours for different types of fishing. The St. Andrews Marina with the focal point of this district and one of the first ports in Bay County. Located just minutes from Panama City Beach, Loaded Pole Charters is equipped with the latest in electronics for safety and fish finding. With Capt. Chuck Jenkins at the helm, you know you’ll have a lifetime of experience assisting in a one-of-a-kind fishing trip. Coast Guard licensed, Capt. Chuck Jenkins has lived in Panama City and Panama City Beach since he was born and has been a licensed captain since 1975.Loaded Pole Charters

Loaded Pole Charters Offers guests a 34 foot high terrace sport fisher that’s 13 feet wide powered by twin Volvo in-line six cylinder diesel 200 hp engines.  There are a variety of fishing trips available with a minimum of four hours each. You can troll for King and Spanish mackerel, dolphin, cobia and Bonita.  Six-hour tumors are perfect for bottom fishing and seven-hour tours offer red and black snapper as well as Vermilion. There are even eight-hour tours needed for catching red and black grouper, triggerfish and amberjack. Shark fishing is also available day or night.

Loaded Pole Charters provides a fishing license, all the poles, bait, tackle and ice. Make sure you bring your camera, sunglasses, sunscreen and any food or drink that you would like.

If you truly looking at experiencing Panama City Beach from a native’s standpoint, you can’t miss an amazing fishing tour with Loaded Pole Charters.  Check the website below for reservations or to contact the Marina.

Phone: (850) 624-8003
Website: http://loadedpole.com

Capt. Steve Bachman Fishing Charters

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Capt. Steve Bachman Fishing Charters has been a professional charter fisherman for over 20 years working with Panama City Inshore. Starting in the early 80s, Capt. Steve Bachman has a passion for fishing tarpaulin and redfish in the crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Trolling in St. Andrews Bay or staked out on Tarpon Ln., Captain Steve Bachman knows his fish and is happy to share. As the United States Coast Guard licensed and insured charter captain, Steve Bachmann has put his abilities and passions to work and even written the book on Panhandle fishing reports for fly-fishing and tying journal as well as appearing in the saltwater fly fishing magazine.Capt. Steve Bachman Fishing Charters

Capt. Steve Bachman offers backcountry trips for flats, inshore, fly, light tackle and sight fishing as well as shipping for tarpon and redfish in Panama City, Port St. Joe and Apalachicola. Panama City Inshore is a professional light tackle and fly-fishing guide service throughout the Florida Panhandle from Panama City Beach to Port St. Joe. If you’re looking to fly fish for tarpon or trolling for redfish, this is one of the best charter companies in the area. Utilizing only the most experienced charter captains, locals and tourists alike will understand the various victories that exist on the shallow flats and inshore waters of the Florida Panhandle and have a fantastic time doing so.

Customize a charter fly-fishing trip with Capt. Steve Bachman tailoring your trip to your specific charter fishing needs and desires. Whether it’s summer, winter, or anywhere in between, there’s always something to catch and cast when you head out with Capt. Steve Bachman and the fishing charters of Panama City Inshore.  Visit the website below to make reservations or call Steve directly

Phone: (850) 832-7423
Website: http://www.panamacityinshore.com/