Pensacola Fishing News & Reports

Pensacola’s Dolphin Tours
Pensacola rests along Florida’s Panhandle. This underrated destination is the quintessential barrier island. The island is renowned for clear waters, white sand beaches, and vibrant nightlife – Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville is a local favorite for live music and adult beverages. Yet something phenomenal lurks below the water’s glass-like surface, Dolphins. Pensacola boasts more than 10,000 Dolphins! Dolphin encounters are an enchanting way to spend a Summer’s day. One local, at, states that “I’ve lived
angler holdig up a large redfish while inshore fishing in pensacola
Pensacola is the destination of choice for inland anglers. The city boasts some of Florida’s most pristine beaches, nightlife, a sunken archaeological museum and a wealth of fish. It’s no wonder the region is called the Emerald Coast. Inshore fishing is done in waters up to 30 feet deep; deeper water is called offshore fishing. Inshore fishing can be done from a pier or boat. According to, shallow water, or inland, fishing requires much
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Gray triggerfish will open in Gulf of Mexico state waters Sept. 1 through 4, Sept. 9 and 10, Oct. 7 and 8, and Oct. 14 and 15 for recreational harvest. During this season opening, the Gulf state waters minimum size limit is 14 inches fork length and the daily bag limit is two per person, per day. “The FWC has heard from many anglers who are seeing more and bigger gray triggerfish, and we have
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You heard that right! Red Snapper season has been extended and is now the longest it has been extended since 2013. The U.S. Department of Commerce announced an expanded 39 day recreational Red Snapper season for private private anglers fishing in Gulf federal waters. The season will start Friday, June 16, and go through Monday, September 4th; Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Also included will be Monday and Tuesday July 3 and 4, and Monday, September