30a Fishing Charters

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Top Fishing Charters in 30a

30a: 148 fishing charters available

Beaver’s Guide Service
Beaver’s Guide Service

Santa Rosa Beach • 22 ft • 5 persons

Beaver’s Guide Service is a small and successful fishing charter.
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trips fromUS $375
Reel Addiction 2 Charters
Reel Addiction 2 Charters
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 25 ft • 6 persons

If you're ready to discover fishing in Panama City, book a trip with Reel Addiction 2 charters.

"My teenage sons and I spent the afternoon fishing with Capt James and his First Mate Bill." —⁠ Tom,
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trips fromUS $600
Reel Therapy Charters
Reel Therapy Charters
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 22 ft • 4 persons

Come and spend an exciting and productive day on the water with Reel Therapy Charters!

"absolutely wonderful experience! John went out of his way to make sure all 4 of us had a great time ." —⁠ Katey, Georgia
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trips fromUS $750
30A Bay Guide Service
30A Bay Guide Service
 State licensed

Santa Rosa Beach • 22 ft • 5 persons

Have fun catching fish and relax on the water with 30A Bay Guide Service.

"Captain Marvin was very knowledgeable and helped us have a good day of fishing in spite of rough waters and high winds." —⁠ Joan,
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trips fromUS $385
Old Town Charters *Veteran Owned*
Old Town Charters *Veteran Owned*
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 22 ft • 4 persons

Old Town Charters has the highest customer reviews and is a sixth-generation Florida local guide that specializes in providing a safe family-fun fishing experience that results in catching lots of fish and making lifetime memories.

"We booked a trip for my wife and oldest son who is 11. The weather was different than what we originally planned but the captain stayed in touches to let us know what to expect and everything." —⁠ Joseph,
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trips fromUS $300
Bayflats Fishing Charters
Bayflats Fishing Charters
 State licensed

Santa Rosa Beach • 25 ft • 6 persons

Bayflats Fishing Charters is your ticket to the stunning waters of the Choctawhatchee Bay.

"An epic experience!! This Man works so hard to get you on the fish!" —⁠ Douglas,
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trips fromUS $450
We’re on Charters
We’re on Charters
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 23 ft • 4 persons

For saltwater fishing off the Florida Panhandle look no further than Captain Fred Trotter.

"Visiting PCB from Ohio we couldn’t wait to go on our fishing charter with Captain Fred." —⁠ Michael,
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trips fromUS $750
GulfCoast Guide Fishing & Adventure
GulfCoast Guide Fishing & Adventure
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 24 ft • 4 persons

GulfCoast Guide Fishing & Adventure runs angling trips out of Panama City and offers to show you what the local fishery is all about.

"If you ever come to Panama City and want to book a charter for your family, I would highly recommend booking with Captain Logan." —⁠ Justin,
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trips fromUS $700
Captain Kota's Aquatic Excurcursion
Captain Kota's Aquatic Excurcursion
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 24 ft • 6 persons

Panama City has a fish with your name on it, so let Captain Kota's Aquatic Excurcursion help you catch it!

"The trip was amazing! We were a little lost on a different set of docks (because we didn’t realize which Captain Anderson’s building we were docked by), and Captain Kota called to check on us and help us find our way." —⁠ Tamika,
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trips fromUS $600
Laid Back Fishing Charters
Laid Back Fishing Charters
 State licensed

Panama City Beach • 24 ft • 5 persons

Make some memories in Panama City Beach and go fishing with Laid Back Fishing Charters, LLC.

"I’ve been on a ton of charter fishing trips and this was by far my best experience." —⁠ Hunter, FL
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trips fromUS $500
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Fishing in 30a

The road may now be just 25 miles long, but locals still refer to pretty much the whole Panhandle as “just off the 30A.” From Pensacola to Fort Walton Beach, this road is the life and soul of the Emerald Coast. Renowned for its angling opportunities, it’s no surprise that you’ll find plenty of 30A fishing charters waiting to take you away – try not to lose concentration if you’re driving!
 
Wherever you go off the road, you’ll find the best the Panhandle has to offer. From the East Bay, through the Choctawhatchee, down to St. Andrew’s and the St. Joseph Bay, there’s no shortage of inshore fishing. Redfish, Trout, and Flounder can be found everywhere, while Spanish Mackerel, Pompano, Sheepshead, and even Tarpon come at different times of the year. Head further south, and a scalloping or oystering trip may be in store.
 
All along the road, you’ll find charters ready to take you beyond the bays to the reefs and deep waters offshore. You’ll find the closest fishing grounds out of Mexico Beach but, no matter where you go, you’ll find a range of Snappers, Cobia, Kingfish, Amberjack, and many more. Head further out, and you can target Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and even Tuna and Billfish in the deep!
 
There’s something for everyone when fishing along the 30A, with trips as short as two hours to the nearshore fishing grounds and as long as a few days offshore. Beginners and families can take advantage of half days, while keener anglers can get their fish on all day. 

 

Rules & Regulations

When fishing with a charter along the 30A, your fishing license will be covered, so that’s one less thing to worry about. Your professional captain will also be up to date with all the latest seasons and bag limits, so you can sit back and enjoy the fishing.

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30a Fishing Seasons

January
Inshore fishing can be great this time of year. Stay close to the coast and target smaller Redfish and Trout or head out a bit farther for some Triggerfish and Flounder. 
 
February
February can get really cold, but that doesn't mean that fishing can't be hot! Focus on Redfish and Trout in the bay, or venture out offshore for some Bonito and Mackerel. 
 
March
Spring is almost here, and that means that it's all about sight fishing for Cobia. You can also go for Vermillion Snapper and Mackerel nearshore, or try and catch some Bonito and Sheepshead in the bays.
 
April
Trolling for Kingfish offshore is a must in April, while bottom fishing for Vermillion Snapper and Amberjack in the Gulf can also be unforgettable. Go out with an experienced guide and make the most of it! 
May
Get ready for action, as May is the month of the abundance. Go after anything from Vermillion Snapper to Mahi Mahi, Triggerfish, Kingfish, and even Red Snapper, depending on the year's open season. 
 
June
Summer is all about targeting the biggest offshore A-listers! Go for Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Kingfish, Bonito, and even Sailfish, if you're extra lucky. Vermillion and Lane Snapper are also abundant nearshore for a tasty treat.
 
July
The weather is hot, and so is the fishing action! You can target Trout inshore or venture out farther from the coast for some incredible offshore action. The sky's the limit wherever you go, so get your fish on! 
 
August
Reef fishing is amazing this time of the year, as you can pursue Amberjack and Kingfish, among many more nearshore. Beginners can stay on the calmer waters, however, where the Redfish bite is as good as ever.
September
Summer is going nowehere, with Ladyfish, Flounder, and Spanish Mackerel being caught close to shore, while Mahi Mahi are abundant in deeper waters. Prolong your summer with a 30A adventure!
 
October
October can bring winds on occasion, though Redfish, Trout, and Snapper fishing is still great inshore. You can also target Grouper, Mahi Mahi, and Flounder a bit farther from the coast, so there's always something biting!
 
November
Attention shifts inshore come November, with Redfish, Trout, and Flounder in the bays. You can also go for Sheepshead and other delicious fish without having to worry about bumping elbows with other anglers.
 
December
The weather can get cold, but that doesn't mean the fishing can't be great! Try exciting bottom fishing for Grouper, or stay inshore and target Redfish. Whatever you go after, you'll have plenty to keep you on your toes.
 

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