Fishing Mexico Beach

Some of the best fishing in the state and Gulf is right here out of Mexico Beach. Whether you surf, pier or kayak fish the local waters or enjoy heading out to all of our offshore wrecks and structures. Our ship store has all you need to get started.

Popular local fishing spots include surf fishing along the sugar white beaches, the newly renovated and extended Pier and Canal Park. Fishing from the beach does require a Florida fishing license for anyone 16 years of age and above. Mexico Beach now offers FREE fishing from the City Pier. No license required. On the beach and from the Pier, depending on the time of year, you can expect to get a cooler full of Pompano, Whiting, Flounder and Sharks. The Canal Park is also a great place for Flounder and catching bait fish. The Fall brings in many fishermen who line the canal for Trout and Redfish.

Fast and Easy Fishing License: https://license.myfwc.com/Customer/CustomerLookup. You can also call (888) 347-4356 and get it by phone. Be sure to check the Fishing Regulations periodically, as they change frequently. http://myfwc.com/media/2075522/saltwater_regulations_chart.pdf





Sportsman's Adventures 2012 - Mexico Beach


Fishing Report

 



Local Guides/Charters

 

 

INSHORE : FLY FISHING/LIGHT TACKLE: (Tarpon, Tripletail, Pompano, Redfish, Trout, Cobia, Jack Crevalle etc.)

* Captain Daniel Weeks of Panhandle Adventures (850)220-2444 http://www.panhandleadventures.com

* Captain Fred Erickson of Wicker Bills Guide Service: (850)229-2710 http://www.wickerbillsfishing.com

 


Charter Boats: ( Offshore Pelagic and Reef Fishing )

* Captain Mitch Coleman: https://www.facebook.com/FloriDazeAdventures/ (850) 896-4930
* Captain Wade Guilford of Break A Way Charters https://www.facebook.com/breakawaycharters13 (850) 340-1188
* Captain Kevin Lanier (425) 328-8558: http://www.kcsportfishing.com/
* Captain Chip Blackburn of Miss Mary Charters : http://www.charterboat-missmary.com/ (850) 527-6272

* Captain Daniel Weeks of Panhandle Adventures (850)220-2444 http://www.panhandleadventures.com


Check wwww.mexicobeach.com or www.visitgulf.com for a complete list of local guides/charters.

Great Article by Jerry McBride




On a map it's little more than a dot on Highway 98, between Panama City and Port St. Joe. And yet Mexico Beach has big ambitions when it comes to fishing.

Imagine a town that maintains its own dredge to keep the inlet open. Whose citizens back regular artificial reef deployments. Where small inns offer overnight accommodations, and one marina ties it all together. (click for more)



Kayak Rentals and Guided Tours:

 



Map to Marina, Public Boat Ramps, Public Fishing Pier