Fort Walton Beach

Walton - Florida


  • 211 catches

  • 371 followers

  • 14 spots

Fort Walton Beach is the economic center of Okaloosa County, located in Florida's panhandle region. Fort Walton Beach has a population of nearly 22,000 and is home to both Hurlburt Field and Eglin Air Force Base. The city is also a popular beach vacatio...

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Fort Walton Beach Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. 22 in. Spotted (Speckled) Trout with a pinfish

  2. 8 in. Florida Pompano with a Shrimp

  3. Gray Triggerfish

    1. Shawn Gearinger 0
      Great catch!🎣🐟
    2. James Reynolds 0
      Bet that was a good fight,
    3. Bryan Harper 0
      BeautyπŸŽ£πŸ‘
    4. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      That’s DinnerπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
    5. James . 0
      wow that's a good one
    6. john stimson 0
      nice catch
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  4. 4 lb. 2 oz. 14 in. Spanish Mackerel

    1. James Reynolds 0
      The fish kinda got lost in the picture.
  5. Silver King Charters. Destin, FL Capt Alex put us on them.

    20 lb. 38 in. King Mackerel with a Cigar Minnow

  6. 8 lb. Sheepshead with a Shrimp

  7. 5 lb. 24 in. Red Drum with a gulp 2" shrimp white

  8. Details: Bluntnose Stingray

    Big Ones

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