Welcome to my blog on www.fishpc.com. Please be sure to check back for the latest information. You'll be able to see seasonal action and news. I'll announce opening and closing seasons of the Gulf of Mexico's favorite fish species. Be sure to contact us if you have any questions. Come and join us for a fun, memorable fishing trip!
Dec 28, 2017
The National Marine Fisheries Service is known for making critical mistakes that adversely affect recreational anglers. These constant mistakes and the total lack of accountability by those who work for the NMFS provide solid evidence they are not capable of managing recreational fisheries. These mistakes have constantly created fishery closures that prevent anglers from enjoying recreational fishing. Here is the latest screw up and although it provides anglers the opportunity to fish for and keep greater amberjack and trigger fish for the first 15 days of January '18 and great amberjack through January 26, 2018, the January harvest will most likely come back to reduce quots for these species later in the year costing anglers more days of fishing.
Due to the failure of the NMFS to implement new regulations on greater amberjack and trigger fish to be effective by January 1, 2018 and those rules becoming effective later in the month, the great amberjack and trigger fish seasons will open January 1 at the old regulations. Trigger fish will remain open through 1-15-18 at 2 fish per person and 14" size limit. Greater amberjack will remain open through 1-26-18 at 1 fish per person at 34". This means we are open for business to target these species as of 1-1-18.
Call us at 850-763-7249 or email at email@example.com for special rates to catch these fish. The minimum trip is 6 hours but we offer 8 and 10 hour trips as well. We accommodate small and large parties and we will also target vermilion snapper, red porgie and red grouper. Trigger fish will not be open again until March 1 and greater amberjack will not open again until May 1. This is a great opportunity to come get in some early season fishing on the LEO TOO fishing out of Panama City Beach from Capt Anderson's Marina behind Capt Anderson's Restaurant.
Call and book your trip today!!!!
Oct 16, 2017
Fall fishing is great in Panama City Beach, FL on the Gulf of Mexico. Come visit Panama City Beach for a great time and great fishing for vermilion snapper, red porgies, king and Spanish mackerel and catch and release red snapper, greater amberjack, and triggerfish. The emerald green waters off the world's most beautiful beaches are clear and beautiful. The sugar white sand is great for sun bathing before or after your charter fishing trip. The weather is great in the fall as it turns a little cooler and the Gulf of Mexico is smooth and calm. come book your trip on the LEO TOO with Capt Bob Zales Charters today.
6 hour with the Holloway family on 10-12-17
8 hour with the Butler family on 10-11-17
Oct 5, 2017
Great news from the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council about greater amberjack fishing. There will be a 1 month fishing season for greater amberjack beginning May 1 thru May 31 for 2018. Captain Bob Zales Charters LEO TOO will be available all that month to target greater amberjack and there will be a 1 fish per person harvest limit with a 34" minimum size limit. There has not been a spring charter fishing season for greater amberjack for the last 2 years so call to make your charter fishing reservations for May, 2018 when you decide on a date you want to fish. May is a great weather month for charter fishing off Panama City Beach, Florida. Panama City Beach is a great place for family fun on our sugar sand white beaches and emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico. There will be plenty of other fish to catch in May such as king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, wahoo, mahi mahi, vermilion snapper, red grouper, red porgie, mangrove snapper and other reef fish species. Capt Anderson's Marina will be open as well as Capt Anderson's restaurant. Call today to book your greater amberjack charter fishing trip for May 2018.
Sep 26, 2017
Fall is here and charter fishing in Panama City Beach, Florida is great. In the Gulf of Mexico we are charter fishing for king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, bonito, sharks, mahi mahi, cobia, vermilion snapper, red porgie and although the charter fishing season is closed to red snapper, greater amberjack, and triggerfish we also catch those and release them. The emerald green waters of the emerald coast off Bay County, Florida are clear and most days are calm. The weather off Panama City Beach, Florida is great with lower temperatures and sunny days. Fall charter fishing is a great time with fewer charter boats on the Gulf of Mexico. Call to book your charter fishing experience today and come enjoy fall on Panama City Beach.
Jul 2, 2017
There are only 17 days left in the red snapper season Currently I have 7 full days open and only 5 partial days open. Fishing has been good with limits of red snapper on all but 6 trips. We have also landed 8 gag groupers. Pictures will be updated soon.