If you are after the “fish of a lifetime” or just want to test the waters of Panama City in Florida, Adrenaline On H2O Charters has got you covered! Captain Jason Shingler knows the road to success when it comes to fishing these waters, and he’ll make sure your trip is as productive as possible.
Just hop aboard his 21’ Carolina Skiff center console boat. Powered by a 150 HP Honda engine, the boat can get you to the hottest spots quickly and safely. There is plenty of space for up to 6anglers, but it’s more comfortable for up to 4 guests to fish at a time. The boat is equipped with many facilities for a comfortable time on the water, including T-tops for shade.
Capt. Jason specializes in various fishing methods and will show you those that work best for your trip. All trips come with quality rods, reels, bait, and a license. You can fish with light or heavy tackle, go bottom fishing, trolling, jigging, and spinning. Fly fishing is another option you could explore if you bring your own equipment.
These are some of the most prolific waters when it comes to fishing, being home to a variety of species. You can test the bite close to the shore and fish the stunning backcountry waters of St. Andrew Bay for Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder.
Get your “catch of the day” in the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico if you are after some big fish. Target Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel, Red Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Amberjack, Cobia, Grouper, and many other species depending on the season. Or just do a little bit of both inshore and offshore fishing on one trip!
There will be ice and coolers, so feel free to bring your own food and drinks to stay refreshed throughout the day, as well as some sunscreen for protection.
Join Adrenaline On H2O Charters and enjoy your day in some of the richest waters off the coast of Florida!
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Carolina Skiff (Center console) originally built in 2011. Powered by a 150HP Honda engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.