Port Saint Joe Marina Fishing and Tournament Report

Capt. Trey Landry
Capt. Trey Landry

Summer Fishing and Outdoor Report


Hey Folks, we are in the Summer time outdoor fun in the Sun time of year with many folks on the water and or on the beaches in and around Gulf county. Scallop season has started and is going to be another good year for the Scalloping in Saint Joe Bay is what I understand from the FWC counts at this time.

The Inshore bay fishing has picked up since the late winter and lack of spring time weather had the fishing slow April, and May but has come alive late June into July so get out and hook them up!! All the local fishing Guides in the area are running just about every day and catching good numbers of Trout, Reds, Flounder, Shark, Pompano, Mackerel, Blues, Triple tail as well the Tarpon fishing is fired up with the Summer action around the inshore waters.

The Coastal Beaches are loaded with fish action as well with chances to land Tarpon, Shark, Jacks, Lady fish, flounder, Mackerel, Blues, Pompano, etc. The coastal beaches are a true treasure trove of options this time of year.

The Offshore fishing is great as well with everything from Dolphin, Wahoo, Billfish, Grouper, Snapper, Shark, King Mackerel and Cobia lurking the depths of the Gulf waters.

Inshore Rivers, Lakes and back creek freshwater action also is Hot, Hot, Hot so get out early, catch em up and head in before the heat of the Summer or the afternoon storms drive you off the water.

We all are so Blessed to have what we have with the outdoors of Gulf County and understand we share this with many visitors each and every year as they help our local economy in the good as well slow times each year.

For booking info on some options for the outdoors in and around Gulf County www.seahorsewatersafaris.com  www.captaintrey.com 

God Bless

Half Hitch Tackle provides a great
Monthly Fishing Forecast,
with information on what's biting,
and how to catch them!

Fish commonly found in St. Joe Bay and NW Florida Gulf Waters