Pensacola Fishing News & Reports

flat out charters
We put our smart hats on and developed the top 3 reasons to get on the water and head offshore this summer. Let’s dive in: 1. Being Exposed to Nature There are millions of reasons to get outside. Our society is based on hard-working individuals, working long hours, and excessive use of technology. This creates increased stress which affects our physical and mental health. Getting out into nature and disconnecting from our daily stressors even
shark fishing in pensacola
Pensacola is the destination of choice for Shark fishing. 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. Pensacola’s Pier, surprisingly a home to many Shark, has recently undergone remodeling. This 1,471 foot long pier was widened and reinforced with concrete. The pier provides shade, round the clock access, amazing views, some of the region’s
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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 Visitpensacola.com, 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 Fishermansoutfitter.com, shallow water, or inland, fishing requires much