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Panama City Fishing Reports


2009-04-27
3:02 PM

Wind SE 15 to 20 with a hot trout bite in East Bay - Headed out early thirty this morning with a group of guy that are good friends from Tennessee/Georgia. Wind was howling as we left the dock. We made out way up to a spot where we have taken some good fish lately. After losing a couple of spanish a more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-04-26
6:41 PM

First Father/Daughter Fishing Trip.. - I would like to start off this report by saying thank you to Rob and his daughter Christina for another great adventure ! This made the second trip that Rob and I had fished together, with not much success on the first trip. But this one was goin more...
Capt. Mike Pankey - Panama City


2009-04-25
12:25 PM

Spanish are starting to thickin' and picking up on the flats. - This was a week for the kids. We spent some time in West Bay early in the week and ended up in the big bay this morning. West Bay is holding a lot of trout of all sizes. The water is brown with a lot of fresh mixed in. Finding bigger fish t more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-04-24
10:42 PM

Panama City Florida Fishing Report April 24th 2009 - Fishing on the Flats is on Fire Right Now! The trout fishing is outstanding right now. We have been focusing most of our efforts on top-water lures because the water is still a little stained from all the rain we had a couple weeks ago. Normally b more...
Capt. Rob Womble - Panama City


2009-04-20
5:22 PM

Water "browned" up again....fishing is hit and miss. - Last Monday's heavy rainwater finally made it to the bay in the form of run-off over the weekend. The fish are here, just hit and miss. Keeping it real; you can go up to West and East Bay, throw some popping corks or noisy topwaters, and catch so more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-04-17
7:48 AM

Cobia run late? Spanish still strong along the beach. - There will be plenty of time to catch big reds and trout all summer. The cobia run only last's four to six weeks. Normally this ten day period we are in is the best for cobia fishing. Not many fish have been caught this year. Having grown up here more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-04-11
12:34 PM

Spanish on the "run" and trout on the flats. - As each day passes the water issues seem to be clearing up. Today was the first day the spanish macks were thick on Deepwater Point. Trolling or casting all the way back to Major Wood and out to the Middle Grounds the spanish have finally got tired more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-04-10
9:24 PM

Found a lot of trout on the flats today! - Took some guys from Elba Alabama today. The wind came on pretty strong by 0900 but we managed to get some trout into the boat. I took my own advice and drifted several good flats in West Bay using popping corks and DOA shrimp. We had a lot of acti more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-04-09
4:37 PM

Miles get's some sheeps and a bonus grouper! - I don't normally complain...but keepin' it real and all...the brown water is starting to p... me off! More about that in a minute. The pass is starting to slow down with the sheepshead bite. That bite normally only last a month to six weeks and more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City


2009-04-08
6:13 PM

Fishing is good even though the bay water is brown. - Finally! Get a nice day without heavy wind or rain. Ended up in the pass catching some good sheeps. Had a couple of reds on but lost them. I was happy to see the sheephead bite is still on and the redfish in the pass are still busting a bait. We more...
Capt. James Pic - Panama City

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