Captain Bob Zales Charters really exploit the extravagant fishing opportunities off the Panhandle’s coastline. Offering a range of trips near and offshore Panama City Beach, you can target Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, and a range of pelagics including Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Barracuda, and King Mackerel. Having been chartering boats in the area since 1965, Capt. Bob is one of the most qualified captains available to show you the rich waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
The boat, the “Leo Too,” is a 48’ Marine Management hull with enough room for up to 25 anglers. She comes equipped with GPS, fishfinder, and a fighting chair to get you right on the fish and to help you battle the toughest competition. She also boasts a fully air-conditioned interior with a galley, head, and plenty of room to relax either below deck or up on the bow until the rods start bending.
Once on board, you’ll be provided with rods and reels, and a selection of lures and bait. Live bait can be purchased on board and stored in Capt. Bob’s live well. You’ll be trolling or bottom fishing, in the main, while on the longer trips, you’ll have the chance to combine the two for maximum effect in reeling in some prized game fish. At the end of the trip, your catch will be cleaned and prepared so that you can go home with a delicious treat to savor the day.
Capt. Bob has been fishing since he was a kid, and still feels the same passion and excitement whenever he is out on the water. He loves working with anglers new or experienced, and thinks there’s no greater joy than watching children land their first fish. You’ll get all the assistance you need, and all the space you could want aboard the Leo Too. Just bring your food and drink for an incredible day out with Capt. Bob Zales Charters.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Marine Management (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1978. Powered by 2 325HP Caterpillar engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 10 knots.
Types of Fishing
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About the Captain
Member since April 2016