Pensacola Bay

Santa Rosa - Florida


  • 333 catches

  • 664 followers

  • 30 spots

Located in the panhandle of northwest Florida, Pensacola has a long and storied history that dates back to Spanish occupation in the late 16th Century. The city has changed hands more than a dozen times with Spain, France, England, the Confederacy and th...

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Pensacola Bay Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. 52 in. Red Drum with a Apex Tackle Walleye A Plug Rigs

    1. seth allen 0
      monster!
  2. Night fishing in orange beach last month. The reds were biting

    Red (redfish) Drum with a live crab

  3. Black Drum with a Blue crab

    1. Jeff Ultican 0
      that’s a dandy
  4. Red (redfish) Drum with a Strike King Redfish Magic Zulu Baits

  5. Spotted (Speckled) Trout with a Strike King Saltwater Flats Jig Heads

  6. Caught two 30 min. apart and released both.

    Red Drum with a Live LY

  7. Spotted Gar with a live finger mullet

  8. 24 in. Red Drum with a live croaker

  9. 27 in. Red Drum with a live finger mullet

    1. Jim sessions 0
      Nice fish

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