FAQ's:

Shoes:  Shoes with non-marking soles (no black soles if possible), boat shoes or tennis shoes are best.

What Should I Wear:  In hotter months (May- Sept) wear something that is SPF rated, cool and comfortable, jeans are not recommended. In cooler months (Late November - April) try and wear clothes that layer well. An example would be to wear long sleeve shirt, fleece or pullover sweatshirt and a jacket. A rain jacket is always recommended. 

What to Bring:  I provide drinks and snacks. You should bring your phone or camera for your pictures, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses and a hat. I do have limited storage compartments, but remember it is only a 4-5 hour trip.                      panama city fishing guides

What About the Weather:  I follow the forecast and radar very closely and 10 to 15 mph winds are fairly normal. In Florida rain showers pop up from time to time and never hurts anyone, but lightning can hurt. If the weather is dangerous, as in a lightning storm or winds in excess of 20 we will not fish.  If we can agree on a better weather day in the week, I will try and accommodate you as best I can, as I want everyone to be safe and comfortable.                       
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Do You Accept Credit Cards?: Yes, I accept Visa, MasterCard and Amex. 


Where Do We Meet?  We will discuss boat ramps and times when you book your trip, but you can check out some of my most frequently used boat ramps on the “Book Your Adventure” tab.              panama city inshore charter

Where Will We Fish?  That depends on the type of fishing you like to do and the time of year that you schedule your charter. We will discuss this at the time of booking.

What Species Will We Target?  We could fish for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Jacks, Cobia, Ladyfish, King mackerel, Spanish mackerel, Sheepshead, Pompano, or any of the many fish that live in the St. Andrews Bay area and are in season.

Can I Keep My Fish to Eat?  Yes, of course this depends on fishing regulations and seasonal limits. However, due the increased fishing pressure Redfish is catch and release only.

Can We Fish Out of My Own Boat?  Yes, call me for specific details and scheduling.

Can I Bring My Young Child?  I encourage parents to bring their children fishing and pass on the passion for our sport for generations to come. I might recommend focusing on Speckled Trout where the bite is more about numbers. Let me know your situation and I will help to accommodate your needs as a family.

What About Bathroom Breaks?  There are places between fishing spots that we can stop if the need arises.

Can You Accommodate Large Groups?  Absolutely! With my network of skilled, qualified, licensed, and insured captains, we can accommodate almost any size group. However, we need to plan these events out as far in advance as possible.    

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CALL CAPT. MICHAEL COWART AT 850-532-0232 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR TO BOOK YOUR ADVENTURE TODAY!