Panama City Beach is situated on 27 miles of sugar-white sand beaches bordering clear, emerald green waters where the Gulf of Mexico and St.Andrews Bay converge. With more than 300 days of sunshine annually and attractions such as St. Andrew's State Park and Pier Park, the region has long been favored by travelers seeking an affordable beach vacation with year-round offerings for families, couples, groups, adventure-seekers and, of course, anglers. Fishing aficionados looking to maximize their passions flock to the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Panama City Beach. Fishing in Panama City Beach is characterized by remarkably deep coastal waters along with inland, spring-fed creeks and bay flats that offer a rich bounty. Novice and experienced anglers alike are able to capitalize on the multitude of fresh and salt water options Panama City Beach fishing offers. Among the species found nearby in the area's waters include cobia, king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, flounder, red fish and pompano year-round. Visitors can head out on a charter, guide, or headboat on the Gulf of Mexico or cast a line off the pier in St. Andrews State Park or the new Russell Fields Pier. Panama City Beach is also home to one of the country's largest sport fishing fleets, and visitors can choose from 16-foot-skiffs to million-dollar yachts.For more information, go to www.visitpanamacitybeach.com Information and Photo provided by Dana Lent, Panama City Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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