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 the opening and the 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 business or family fishing trip!
Mar 8, 2019
The 2019 federal red snapper fishing season for federal permitted for hire charter vessels will be from June 1 thru August 1, 2019. This is 62 days of red snapper fishing, the most we have had many years. In addition I want to tell everyone that Panama City Beach is up and running with all restaurants, hotels, and charter and headboats fully operational. While there was much devastation to Panama City, Mexico Beach, and Port St Joe, Panama City Beach had very little damage. In fact the workers and first responders have been staying and eating in Panama City Beach since the day after hurricane Michael. There are plenty of condos, hotels rooms, and rental houses available for you to bring your families to enjoy our beautiful beaches and the multitude of family things to enjoy. The beaches were unharmed and are as perfect as ever. All indications are we are set for a fantastic fishing year. Fishing has been great so far with good catches of vermilion snapper, red porgy, and triggerfish. Spanish mackerel will show up any day as the Gulf and Bay waters warm up. Cobia should show up at the beginning of April and king mackerel should show up by the end of April. Greater Amberjack are set to open on May 1 and triggerfish should be open thru May.
Call today to reserve your trip and we can help you find a place to stay should you have difficulty finding one. We look forward to seeing all our return customers and look to carry new ones for a great fishing experience.
Feb 7, 2019
The 2019 fishing season is here. Panama City Beach is completely back to normal and there are plenty of hotel, condo, and beach home rooms available to stay. All restaurants are open and all family fun places are ready for your enjoyment. While the fishing fleet sustained some damage most of the boats are ready to fish and the rest will be by red snapper season. Capt Anderson's Marina is fully open for business and the LEO TOO is ready to take you fishing. Fishing has been good since the storm and we are expecting a great season. The red snapper season will open June 1 and is expected to be the longest in many years. Long term weather predictions are for good weather this year so call today to book your family or business fishing trip and vacation. Fishing days are filling so call to reserve the day you want.
This is the first trip of 2019 taken on 1-13-19. Fishing is great!!!
Dec 21, 2018
I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year as this year comes to a close. We had a great year of fishing until October 10th when Hurricane Michael landed. While there is much devastation around us with severe damage to several charter and headboats we are blessed to have come thru the storm with little damage to the LEO TOO and repairable damage to my home and my parents home. Capt Anderson's Marina had some damage but the marina is operational and we are ready to fish. We want everyone who fished with us in the past that we appreciate your business and look forward to carrying you this coming year of 2019. While Panama City Beach had some damage over all the area is pretty much up and running on all levels. The condos, hotels, and other rentals will have plenty of space for you. Almost all the restaurants are up and running, the amusements for the kids and adults are ready for you as well. The beaches were not hurt at all and are as pristine as ever for your enjoyment.
We are taking reservations for the 2019 fishing season. Red Grouper, scamp, vermilion snapper, red porgies, and other reef fish are biting. Gag grouper are closed until June 1, Red snapper will open on June 1 and may run thru all of July and maybe a week in August. Trigger fish should open on March 1 and run thru May 31 and open agian on August 1. Greater amberjack should open on May 1 and run thru May 31 and open again on August 1 thru October 31. Spanish mackerel should show up in March and King mackerel should show up in April. Cobia should show up in mid March and dolphin fish (mahi-mahi) and wahoo should show in May. We are ready for all of them so call today to book your 2019 fishing trip. We look forward to another great year of fishing.
Oct 23, 2018
The LEO TOO is back at Capt Anderson's Marina and ready to fish. Call today to book your trip. We survived hurrican Michael and are ready to take you on your next fishing adventure.
Oct 18, 2018
As all know we suffered the worse hurricane ever to land in the Panama City area on 10-10-18. The area has significant damage from Panama City Beach to the big bend area east of Apalachicola, FL. Panama City Beach has some damage but is in the best shape of the areas east of here. There was heavy damage to some marinas but Capt Anderson's Marina, where we dock had some damage but is operational. Several charter boats and headboats are either sunk or sustained heavy damage and it will be a while before they are back in service. We were very lucky and blessed as the LEO TOO has no damage and as soon as we get her back in the water we are ready to fish. Please pass on to your friends and others that several boats at Capt Anderson's Marina are open for business. There are some places to stay on Panama City Beach but many hotels and condos are filled with first responders and many people here helping to rebuild the area. There are several restaurants open and amusements for family fun. The beaches suffered little damage so you can enjoy our beautiful beaches.
Please contact us when you are ready to fish. Greater Amberjack are still open plus vermilion snapper, groupers, and other reef fish. Contact us today and for all our past customers who have contacted us thanks for the support. We look forward to y'all fishing with us again and look for any new customers who want to have a great time on the water. We are so thankful that our family and friends are still here and we will all be working to rebuild our homes and our community.