Capt. Jarret Johnson caught this stud redfish on the new Rapala Skitter V while fishing with me and Murphy dog in St. Joe Bay.

Apalachicola / Indian Pass / St. Joe Bay – April 2017

April fishing means spring time is in full effect. Temperatures are perfect and fish are getting happy. Pilchards and pinfish … April 1, 2017
Capt. Todd and Murphy gettin it done!

Apalachicola / Indian Pass / St. Joe Bay Forecast – Mar. 2017

March fishing in Northwest Florida can be somewhat hit or miss. It usually marks the beginning of Spring and a … February 28, 2017

Apalachicola / Indian Pass / St. Joe Bay Forecast – Feb. 2017

The northwest region has finally chilled enough for our fish to be in their winter feeding habits.  The cold fronts … February 16, 2017

Indian Pass/St. Joe Bay/East Bay Fishing Report: Sept. 2014

September usually marks the beginning of what most inshore anglers can’t wait for, and that’s fall fishing patterns. Temperatures should start to slowly drop, and the fish will begin to get more active.August 24, 2014

Indian Pass/St. Joe Bay/East Bay Fishing Report: August 2014

August is a hot month here along Panama City and the Forgotten Coast, and this year will be no different. The soaring temps can make fishing tough during this month; however, you can still have a productive and fun day on the water. In St. Joe Bay, focus on the deeper grass flats and pot holes scattered throughout the bay for trout, flounder, and the occasional redfish.July 29, 2014

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