Thread: Time to go fishing!
Time to go fishing!
The water and air are clear off SoWal - go Fishing! If trouble is coming you'll appreciate your time on the water and you'll be helping out our local guides. If trouble does come later, our guys need you to call them now!
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Dead Fish Charters
Captain Larry Pentel is a native of South Walton, growing up just 300 yards from the beach. Having fished the local waters for over forty years he is very familiar with all the fish populations, their habits and most importantly their habitats. The finest Snapper and Grouper fishing found anywhere, sight-fishing Cobia along the sandbar or spectacular Tarpon fishing at Indian Pass are all part of the seasonal experiences provided by Capt’n Larry.
5399 East Highway 30A
Seagrove Beach, FL 32459
Not A Dog Charters
Captain Kerry Jones moved to the area in 1969 long before Santa Rosa Beach became a trendy destination. He has fished and dived the local waters since his arrival and has an exceptional knowledge of the natural bottom structures that attract fish to the area. Receiving his first Coast Guard license in 1976, Kerry’s 29 years of experience in the marine industry will assure you of a safe and enjoyable fishing trip.
P.O. Box 1420
Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 32459
Trigger Happy Fishing
Depart on a guided fishing excursion from Grayton Beach on the “Trigger Happy”. Captain Mike will take you 3-9 miles offshore on his well-equipped Cape Horn vessel. Captain Mike has been fishing in the bountiful Gulf waters for over 20 years and will take you to the best spots for Grouper, Snapper, Trigger Fish, King Mackerel, Cobia and other sport fish.
Contact Mike Valentino, 850-685-6787 (Cell), 850-835-2989 (Home), www.TriggerHappyFishing.com
The Following User Says Thank You to kurt For This Useful Post:
05-04-2010, 09:14 PM #2
Trey grew up fishing in the Panhandle and provides a terrific trip."Look with your understanding, find out what you already know and you'll see the way to fly"...
The Following User Says Thank You to Arkiehawg For This Useful Post:
05-07-2010, 07:48 AM #3
Went out with Trey Windes and Outa-Line yesterday in search of Cobia.
Weather was SUPER in Paradise and guess what....NO OIL. None seen, none smelled....There is no oil in the Panhandle currently for those who are concerned. PLEASE think twice before deciding to cancel your fishing trips or lodging. These folks are hard-working and very dependent on your vacations on the Emerald Coast just to survive.
BTW....Cobia was a little slow for all charters yesterday, but I did land a very nice King Mackerel and one 50# Cobia. Took 20 minutes to land him and feeling the "love" from that Cobia today.....
Get out and enjoy our Paradise!"Look with your understanding, find out what you already know and you'll see the way to fly"...
05-28-2010, 11:10 AM #4
We can also book a charter for you, if you'd like. Just stop by the store or give us a call!