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Walton County fishing report for May 10

Bay: Lots of redfish, trout various sizes. River: Shellcracker, bass, some catfish. Surf: Pompano, whiting, redfish. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331 SFreeport, Florida 32439(850) 835-4277Store hours:Mon. – Fri.: 6 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Sat.: 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.Sun.: Closed...

Walton County fishing report for April 27

Bay: Lots of trout and redfish, various sizes, and a few black drum River: The river is finally right. Horray for good fishing and good weather. Surf: Pompano, redfish, and whiting. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331 SFreeport, Florida 32439(850) 835-4277Store hours:Mon. – Fri.: 6 a.m. – 5:30...

Walton County fishing report for April 20

Bay: Lots of trout and redfish, various sizes River: Catfish, shellcracker in the backwaters. Gulf: Cobia starting to be caught. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331 SFreeport, Florida 32439(850) 835-4277Store hours:Mon. – Fri.: 6 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Sat.: 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.Sun.: Closed...

Emerald Coast Open Lionfish tournament May 16-19

The northwest Florida area has been identified as having the highest concentration of invasive lionfish in the world. Lionfish pose a significant threat to our native wildlife and habitat with spearfishing the primary means of control. Lionfish tournaments are one way to increase harvest of these invaders and help keep populations down. Located in Destin FL, and hosted by the Gulf Coast Lionfish Tournaments and the Emerald Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Emerald Coast Open (ECO) is projected to be...

Walton County fishing report for April 11

Surf: When you catch, you catch enough pompano to give away! Bay: Various size redfish, trout. Creeks and bayous: bass, shellcracker, bluegill River: Big catfish being caught. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331 SFreeport, Florida 32439(850) 835-4277Store hours:Mon. – Fri.: 6 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Sat.: 6 a.m. –...

Walton County fishing report for April 4

Bay: Good size redfish being caught all around the bay, bayous. River: Folks catching shellcracker, crappie. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331 SFreeport, Florida 32439(850) 835-4277Store hours:Mon. – Fri.: 6 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Sat.: 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.Sun.: Closed...

License-free freshwater fishing days April 6 and 7

What better way to celebrate the state’s great spring weather and ample outdoor opportunities than by casting a line into a freshwater lake or pond? This weekend, April 6 and 7, 2019 a freshwater fishing license isn’t required to enjoy the sport. License-free freshwater fishing days allow anglers to fish for freshwater species without being required to have a recreational fishing license. All bag limits and size restrictions apply. “Maybe you’ve never fished before or it’s been a few years,”...

14th Annual Old Nick’s Redfish Round Up tournament May 4

TOURNAMENT DATE:   May 4, 2019 SPECIES: Red Drum *Redfish* (Sciaenops ocellatus); 18” – 27” length. ENTRY FEE: $300 per 2-Angler Team; Anglers must be registered & have entry fees paid by 7:00pm CST, May 3, 2019. LATE ENTRIES: Contestants may enter the morning of the tournament between the hours of 7 & 8am. Entry fee $350.00 CLICK HERE FOR 14th Annual Old Nick’s Redfish Round Up ENTRY FORM RULES: 2-Angler team event. Tournament starts and ends at Nick’s Seafood Restaurant,...

Walton County fishing report for March 27

Bay: Good size redfish, some speckled trout, black drum. Sheepshead near the jetties. River: Finally coming down. Folks catching shellcracker, crappie, catfish. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331 SFreeport, Florida 32439(850) 835-4277Store hours:Mon. – Fri.: 6 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Sat.: 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.Sun.: Closed...

Walton County fishing report for March 21

Fishing is good Bay: Mixed bag of speckled trout, redfish. Sheepshead near the jetties. River: Still a bit high, but folks catching bream and shellcracker. Fishing is good around the creeks and bayous. Just get out there and you will catch one! Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331...

Walton County fishing report for March 15

Fishing is good Bay: Mixed bag of sheepshead, speckled trout, redfish. Offshore: Trigger fish River: Crappie, shellcracker, and catfish. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. “Where the locals shop and the tourists are welcome.” Click here to find out more about Copeland’s.Copeland’s Gun and Tackle Shop17290 U.S. Hwy. 331 SFreeport, Florida 32439(850) 835-4277Store hours:Mon. – Fri.: 6 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Sat.: 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.Sun.: Closed...