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Fishing in Rosemary Beach
Halfway between Destin and Panama City, Rosemary Beach is the perfect place for a peaceful Florida Panhandle getaway. Fishing is a way of life here, and it’s no surprise that there are plenty of Rosemary Beach fishing charters ready to spice up your vacation. Come and test your skills to land some prized fish!
From here, you’ll be able to access a number of inshore fisheries, from the Choctawhatchee Bay to the lagoons around PC. Get your fish on against such Floridian favorites as Redfish and Spotted Seatrout, along with Flounder year-round. Catch the right season, and you could even be hooking into Pompano, Jack Crevalle, Sheepshead, and Tarpon.
You’re also in for a treat if you head Gulf-side. The productive reefs lie just a few miles from shore, attracting a range of sought-after fish. Red Snapper is the cream of the crop, but Gag Grouper, Cobia, Mackerel, and Amberjack provide a worthy supporting cast.
And it doesn’t stop there! The deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico can be reached from Rosemary Beach. Settle in for a long voyage to sea and battle it out with Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna, and Billfish.
With everything above in mind, Rosemary Beach fishing charters can cater to your every need. Spend as little as two hours inshore or spend a few days offshore. There’s something for everyone, regardless of how long you want your fishing adventure to last.
Rules & Regulations
Going out with a fishing charter will save you the hassle of getting a fishing license, as everyone on board will be covered. You’ll also have the assistance of a professional captain, who will be clued up on all the latest bag and size limits.
Rosemary Beach Fishing Seasons
There aren’t many places in the country that offer the chance to get out on the water at the start of the year, but the Florida Panhandle gives you just that. Come and fish the bays for your fill of delicious fish!
It may be quiet in town and on the water, but that doesn’t mean that there’s a shortage of fishing action. Trout and Redfish offer the pick of the fishing inshore, giving you the chance to bottom fish for dinner.
The inshore shallows still offer the best fishing, despite the arrival of Cobia, Mackerel, and Groupers offshore. Head to the bays for your fix of bottom fishing before the deep sea fishing season hits.
You may be tempted offshore with the promise of a trolling trip, especially on days when the weather permits, but don’t forget about the wealth of fishing inshore, with Snappers and Triggerfish joining Drum and Trout.
Every angler has a dilemma come May, with the opportunity to go offshore simply too much to resist. Red Snapper, Wahoo, and Mahi Mahi join the party, while the shallows are still full of delicious creatures.
Wherever you go, you’re in for a treat come June. The inshore waters are populated with plenty to target, while more and more fish make their way past in the deep waters. With the good weather, how can you resist?
It’s the height of the season, so get on the water and test your strength against some of the ocean’s biggest creatures. There’s only one place to go, and that’s offshore, with Marlin making their way around the Gulf.
With the kids still off school, why not come aboard a fishing charter? Get them hooked on a new, healthy outdoors hobby, as they learn to fish on the bays, or get your fish on offshore in the deep against monster fish.
The crowds may start to dwindle, but that just means there’s more fishing on offer for you. The fishing is hotter than ever, so come battle it out with a Sailfish, Marlin, or Tuna offshore, or Groupers nearshore.
If the summer drags on, then you’re in luck. The bigger fish are still making their way offshore, while the bays are overflowing with fish, allowing you to take advantage of the last of the good weather.
It’s back to the bays as the year draws to a close. Test your bottom fishing skills in the shallows and get your fill of Redfish, Flounder, Sheepshead, and Trout, for a delicious, warming meal after a fun day out.
See out the year in style with an inshore fishing trip. Get your fish on and land something tasty for the holidays as you explore the rich waters of the bays and lagoons, just out of Rosemary Beach and its surroundings.
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What People Are Saying About Rosemary Beach
Susan D. fished with Charter Boat Gotta Believe on August 6, 2020
It was very hot that day. Will have to try in cooler weather
The Burch Family & Kelly Lakin from Missouri with Wes July 19th 2020
Russell B. fished with Charter Boat Gotta Believe on July 19, 2020
Dolphins were not our friend. So we didn’t catch as much as we wanted but it was still a lot of fun!
Fishing Trip with Captain Mike
Jeff S. fished with Sheila Marie Charters on March 18, 2020
It's a blast. Come ready to enjoy yourself
5 hours with captain Eric
Steve F. fished with Too Hot 2 Handle Charters on March 1, 2020
Check to see what kind of fish you can keep / or in season
February fishing trip
Greg N. fished with Double W Charters on February 22, 2020
Hire a guide to put you on the best fishing
October fishing trip
Paul M. fished with Reel Deal Charters – Deep Water on October 9, 2019
Don’t eat left over shrimp and grits for breakfast before getting on boat!
4 hour trolling trip
Brian P. fished with Reel Deal Charters – Deep Water on August 8, 2019
Can get hot, so make sure to bring light fishing shirts and sunscreen
Fishing with Brian
Sarah S. fished with Capt. Sully Charters on August 6, 2019
No need for dramamine for inshore fishing. If you want the big fish you need to do offshore, needs to probably be in the morning so water is not as rough. Good luck out there and remember it's as fun as you make it to be! Go in with the right mindset.