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Inshore fishing can be great at the start of the year, so be on the lookout for Redfish and Speckled Trout in the Mexico Beach Canal or head to the backwaters of St. Joseph Bay to get your fill.
Winter fishing continues, with Sheepshead, Redfish, and Speckled Trout biting more than any other species inshore. With the chance of a nip in the air, you'll be glad to have some exciting angling action!
By March, you may catch some early Spanish Mackerel or Cobia if you drop a line in the right place narashore. Redfish and Speckled Trout are moving out of the canals and backwater, so head to the more open spots.
Mexico Beach is known for its Cobia run at the start of the month. They come followed by scores of King and Spanish Mackerel, Pompano, Ladyfish, and many more, for a great warmup for the big game season.
The flats of St. Joe Bay are teeming with Redfish and Speckled Trout, not to mention all the other species who have arrived for summer. But this is all about offshore fishing, where Sailfish and Mahi Mahi enter the fray.
There's rod-bending action everywhere! Tripletail and Sharks will keep you busy inshore, before Tarpon start to arrive. Snappers and Groupers fill up the reefs, so head nearshore for some action, too.
Feeling ambitious? Sign up for the Mexico Beach Marina's Offshore Classic and land yourself some Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel, and a cash prize. Although, Tarpon fishing in St. Joe Bay is irresistable too!
You’ll be spoiled for choice in August. Nearly every fish you can think of is biting inshore, while the reefs are teeming with bottom fish. The deep sea promises Tuna, Sailfish, Wahoo, and more, so try it all!
Autumn is on its way, but the weather in Mexico Beach – and the fishing – is still hot! Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo will keep you busy in the Gulf, while, in the flats, you can catch Flounder, Redfish, Scallops, and more.
There’s still plenty of time to land a big game trophy before the end of the year, with Tuna, Sailfish, King Mackerel, and Wahoo still going strong in the deep. Bull Reds return to the fore inshore, so don't miss out on that.
As the peak season for big game fishing comes to a close, turn your attention to the shallow waters of St. Joe Bay and the surrounding area. Redfish, Black Drum, Sheepshead, and much more are waiting.
The holidays are an excellent time to head out on the water, with plenty of bottom fish biting on the nearshore reefs and a host of game fish swarming the flats inshore. Come and land yourself a Christmas present!