Panama City

Bay - Florida


  • 385 catches

  • 482 followers

  • 36 spots

With 320 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 78 degrees, outdoor activities are a way of life in Panama City. Numerous parks and entertainment venues make the outdoor fun available to the public. St. Andrew State Park, located across t...

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Panama City Fishing Reports

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  1. Southern Flounder with a live bait

  2. 19.0 in. Southern Flounder

    1. Cod Saculus 0
      Hellu'va doormat there!
    2. Andrew Laxman 0
      https://aborigen.org/
    3. Andrew Laxman 0
      Good
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  3. 19.0 in. Southern Flounder with a Berkley gulp shrimp

  4. Fishing off the Jetty's in 50 ft of water dead on the bottom that;s where they were. None of them were keepers all too big and had to be released.

    Red (redfish) Drum with a Cigar Minnow

  5. Blacktip Shark

    1. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      come on down 😁
    2. Melody Stilwell 0
      Thanks guys! Gonna have to come visit you sometime @Capt Morris Campbell I seen all them pretty mahi mahi yall caught!!
    3. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Jaws Jr!!!! 🦈
    4. Shawn Gearinger 0
      Nice one Melody!!🎣🐟
    5. Bill Fussell 0
      baby shark dada da dada!!!!!!!
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  6. Details: 7 lb. Barred Sand Bass with a Worm

  7. 2 lb. 1 oz. Spanish Mackerel with a gulp shrimp

  8. 20 minute fight. Felt like a big ray at first but fought hard before coming to surface

    37 lb. 4 oz. 44 in. Black Drum with a blue crab

  9. Details: 3 lb. 18 in. Spotted Seatrout with a medium Pinfish

    Very gentle hit

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