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!
May 29, 2017
2017 red snapper season begins this Thursday. We have 49 days to harvest red snapper. We have a few days left open in June and some 6 hours available. Contact us for reservations as they are filling up fast.
Enjoy some of recent catches of king mackerel and vermilion snapper as well as a black fin tuna and some mahi mahi. Fishing has been great and we even caught and released a good sized red snapper while trolling for kings.
May 2, 2017
The folks at the noaa/nmfs have released their season dates for the Gulf of Mexico red snapper fishery. The for hire charter sector will have 49 days with the opening on June 1 and the last day to keep red snapper from federal waters will be July 19. It is time to book your red snapper trip so call today to make reservations!!!
Apr 4, 2017
This is an unofficial notice that the Gulf red snapper season for 2017 for fed permitted charter boats will open on June 1 and should be at least 46 days long and could be a few days longer. If you are looking to harvest red snapper I recommend you book your trip during June to ensure the season will be open. You should be ok to book from 7-1 thru 7-16. Call for reservations today!!!!
Mar 31, 2017
Call today to book a 4 hour Spanish mackerel trip. The bite is on and there are many big Spanish being caught.
Mar 23, 2017
If you are looking to keep greater amberjack you will not be able to after midnight tonight, 3-23-17. Your completely out of control NMFS has shut the fishery down in the Gulf of Mexico until 1-1-2018 but there is no guarantee they will open the fishery then. Everyone should contact their U.S. Senators and Representatives and let them know the NMFS management is a failure and new staff need to be hired and take over.
While amberjack is closed to harvest you can still catch and release and there many species to keep such as king and Spanish mackerel, vermilion snapper, mangrove snapper, white snapper, red grouper, cobia, and more. Beginning June 1, 2017 red snapper and gag grouper will be open. Fishing is great, what you can keep is regulated by the federal agency of the NMFS. Call for reservations today.