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Warmer weather, Hotter fishing! by Sandra Allen (4/25/2008)
If you're visiting the Panhandle, you've gotta go fishing with Book Me A Charter! We offer Inshore and Offshore fishing with experienced, native guides!
Fishing, fishing and more fishing! Man, I love my job! by Sandra Allen (4/01/2008)
Vacationing on St. George Island or Cape San Blas. We offer inshore and offshore fishing with experienced native guides.
The waters are warmer and the fishing is hotter! by Sandra Allen (5/02/2007)
Aprils cool beginning should have us fishing a longer spring season for inshore species of fish. Expect our Apalachicola area waters to slowly warm. As May temperatures start to heat up the bays and estuarial area waters expect the fishing in general to be good, some days excellent with the right conditions.
April Means Fishing! by Sandra Allen (4/08/2007)
The spring fishing season is upon us and all the captains are like kids in a candy store. This is the month for fishing! The excitement is in the air (or should I say in the water) and we can hardly wait to go fishing everyday.
Fantabulous Apalachicola Fall Fishing! by Sandra Allen (12/14/2006)
Spring is coming, book your charters early! As many of you saw (thank you for the phone calls and emails)- “We Have Hit the Big Time”! Captain Dwayne and I were featured by The Weather Channel a couple of days ago in a documentary of sorts of a series called “Jobs worth Weathering” by Abrams and Bettes.
A Bay Charter Report by Gary Goodrich (11/07/2006)
Apalachicola and Port St Joe along the Forgotten coast. Port St Joe area still has plenty of fish on the flats. Today we found good redfish and trout on the west side of the bay and large schools of jack in the 30 lbs range on the east flats near butlers. But the canal is the hot spot for trout , redfish and flounder. Jig heads tipped with shrimp are bringing lots of fish to the boat , but live mullet or bull minnows fished on the bottom are the ticket for a fish fry. Live shrimp is catching sheepshead and drum.
Offshore and Inshore Apalachicola by Kathy Robinson (9/15/2006)
All I have to say is So Far, So Good. So far we've been spared by any unwanted "Windy Season" activity, which has been keeping our local fishing fairly consistent
Fall Fishing Months In Apalachicola by Sandra Allen (9/15/2006)
The cooling months of October and November are prime fall fishing months for schooling Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder and Black Drum.
Fishing Is Best Early Morning by Sandra Allen (8/15/2006)
During this time of year the fishing is best in the very early morning and late evening. The water temperatures are around 84-86 degrees and the fish have been finicky midday.
Summertime in Apalachicola by Kathy Robinson (7/20/2006)
So you wanted to know what's been happening in Apalachicola these days, but were afraid to ask? I've been horribly remiss in sharing photos with you and updating our website, so please be sure to visit our photo gallery.
Busy catching fish! by Sandra Allen (6/19/2006)
Tarpon catches and sightings are starting to increase we expect the numbers to continue to increase with the warmer waters.
Fishing On Apalachicola Bay by Sandra Allen (4/26/2006)
I was so excited when my mom told me that we were going to go on a fishing trip while we were at the beach during Spring Break!
April Means Fishing! by Sandra Allen (4/08/2006)
We have been offshore fishing several times in the past month and in general the fishing has been excellent in action, but hard to get away from the red snapper.
Spring Break with the Robinson Brothers by Kathy Robinson (3/15/2006)
Hey Y'all. I'm just sitting down at my desk from a tour around Apalachicola this morning (wearing my realtor hat for a couple hours today) where I was again reminded of what a unique and timelessly beautiful area we live and work in.
It's getting fishy around here... by Sandra Allen (3/03/2006)
If February's fishing is an indication of the fishing to come, man we are all in for a treat. There were several days last month we went out and caught good fish which included speckled trout, redfish, sheepshead and black drum.