Friday, April 02, 2010

Panhandle Fishing Report 4-2-10

Report for 04/02/2010

Salt Water


Cobia are finally in some good numbers, one boat had 4 on Thursday. Eels, jigs and live mullet are working best. Spanish have also started showing up and should be good early in the week.

On the jetties and the Destin bridge there is a good bite of sheepshead and reds on live shrimp and fiddler crabs. The pompano are in the surf on sand fleas and fiddler crabs.

Grouper opened on Thursday and there were some really nice catches about 20 miles offshore. Along with the groupers there were some nice amberjack and a few triggers and vermillion snappers.

On the pier they have seen a couple cobia and sheepshead. There again they should have Spanish early in the week.

Half Hitch Tackle
2206 Thomas Dr
Panama City, FL 32408

Fishing Report prepared by Half Hitch Tackle Staff.

The Captains Corner Fishing Report is provided by local charter captains and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Half Hitch Tackle.

This report is dedicated to the memory of Al Hubbard.
Al Hubbard was a field editor for Florida Sportsman magazine, an outdoor writer for the News Herald and a board member of the Florida Outdoor Writer's Association.
Mr. Hubbard was also the owner of Al's Outdoors Outfitting Services.

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