By Pam Anderson As Red Snapper season comes to a close, we are catching some nice sized Triggerfish and Vermilion Snapper, but the reel fun starts September 1 when Greater Amberjack season opens again. Charter boats and Guide boats are both gearing up for some great fun with the fall...
By James Pulliam It’s been quite some time since Bay County has had a big fishing tournament in the area that brings a large audience to the area, as well as putting a big spotlight on the fishing industry… and that is exactly what the PCB Fishing Rodeo is doing....
By Pam Anderson If you haven’t had time to get out and catch your Red Snapper this season, now is the time! Federally licensed Head-boats and Charter Boats’ season for Red Snapper ends August 18 at 12MN! Reserve today! (Private recreational boats have different seasons that can be found at...
By Pam Anderson Summer is in full swing and so is fishing! Whether you fish from a pier, a private or guide boat, a charter boat or head boat, chances are you are catching some nice fish to brag about. The focus this time of year in the Gulf is Red...
By Pam Anderson Red Snapper season officially opened June 1 for the Federally Permitted Charter and Headboats and we are all looking forward to taking you on a fun family experience in the Gulf of Mexico. Treasure Island, Pirates Cove, Lighthouse Marina and, of course, Capt. Anderson’s Marina all offer...
By Pam Anderson Amberjack season opened May 1 and runs through May 31! Start working out now to reel those big ones in! We can still harvest Triggerfish in May and we are seeing really good-sized ones, but Amberjack? They are not for the faint-hearted when you hook them. Each year...
By Jamie Zimchek A small crowd packs in around a seemingly random sandy beach spot one muggy afternoon in late August. Barely visible between all the shoulders and elbows and cellphone cameras is a Turtle Watch volunteer, carefully excavating a sea turtle nest. She sets aside a number of failed...
By Pam Anderson This March was no exception! Head boats, charter boats, guide boats, and dive boats were ready but Mother Nature was kicking up the winds quite a bit… In spite of the windy days, boats were booking and making trips into the Gulf and the Bay for some...
Spring is here, which means we’ll soon be enjoying some warmer temperatures. Warmer temperatures, of course, means enjoying Florida sunshine and hitting the water. As you get out to enjoy where we live, here are some important reminders to ensure you are in compliance with state laws and practicing...
By Pam Anderson The Capt. Anderson family has been taking families and friends fishing since 1935 in Bay County and since 1957 from Grand Lagoon. And, we plan to keep going for generations to come! March is finally here! Great weather and calm seas! Painting, repairing, USCG inspections are behind us...