The 75th Destin Fishing Rodeo is already started to get planned!
75th Destin Fishing Rodeo: Although it’s only been three months since Destin Fishing Rodeo weigh master Bruce Cheves hung the last fish on the scales, plans are already in the works to make the 75th Destin Fishing Rodeo the best yet. Read more about the next Fishing Rodeo here: https://www.thedestinlog.com/story/news/local/2023/02/01/75th-annual-destin-fishing-rodeo-is-being-planned-now/69843784007/
Fishing in February, In Destin, FL.
What can we catch if we charter a fishing boat in February, well Destin fishing Calendar states you can catch AmberJack, Mango Snapper, Trigger fish, White Snapper, Black Snapper and Flounder if your planning on going bottom fishing. Bay fishing only allows redfish to be caught in February. Trigger fish is actually a really good light white meat to eat! If you're planning on coming to destin in February book a charter and go catch all these beautiful creatures!
Here is our favorite Charter boat to charter: The Misa https://misacharters.com
Destin officials sink 180-foot ship to create artificial reef
The retired research vessel MANTA plunged to the floor of the Gulf of Mexico Sunday morning. The 180-foot-long ship was rusting in a shipyard until Destin officials acquired it for use as an artificial reef. We try and take advantage of this and procure these for basically the price of scrap and use them, clean them up and deploy them as artificial reefs,” Okaloosa County Tourism Development Department Coastal Resource Manager Alex Fogg said. “This really is an awesome opportunity for the destination.” https://www.mypanhandle.com/news/local-news/okaloosa-county/destin-officials-sink-180-foot-ship-to-create-artificial-reef/
Want to learn all about Destin's Fishing History?
Visit the Destin Fishing Museum, 108 Stahlman Ave Destin, FL 32541. The Destin Fishing Musuem was actually founded by my grandmother Jean Melvin in 1985. (This is Darien, Coastal Abodes marketing coordinator). The exhibits “present the history of Destin and journey from a small fishing village to a major tourist attraction." Moreover, the exhibits include historic photographs, artifacts, fishing equipment, and documents of early Destin and the fishing industry. In addition, the original Destin Post Office Building is located nextdoor. The museum’s collection includes a mix of vintage photographs, antique fishing rods and reels, fish mounts and replicas, an original Pen Reel that belonged to Ernest Hemingway, and the oldest seine fishing boat still in existence, the Primrose. Stop by and learn how Destin started and became "The Worlds Luckiest Fishing Village".Posted by Coastal Abode on
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