Welcome To Cast-A-Way Charters

  Captain Boyd "Buckey" Weaver

Red Drum (RedFish)

Experience the thrill of "Light Tackle Fishing" at its best with Cast-A-Way Charters in Panama City Beach, Florida. Come fishing with me, Captain Boyd "Buckey" Weaver. Live the challenge of which few anglers ever get enough!

The gulf and bay waters surrounding Panama City Beach offer some of the finest sport fishing in the world. Imagine (all in less than three feet of water in the beautiful Gulf of Mexico) stalking Redfish, rolling Tarpon and prowling Sharks.

I am U.S. Coast Guard licensed, and have fished for a living in the waters of the Gulf for more than 25 years (including 15 years of commercial fishing). Commercial fishing experience is an essential for a successful fishing guide.

I welcome all levels of anglers from beginners to experts. Allow me the privilege of patiently guiding you through the thrilling challenge of catching (among others): Flounder, Pompano, Blue Fish, Cobia, Mackerel, Tarpon, Redfish, Trout, Sheepshead, Blacktip Shark, Jack Crevalle and Triple Tail.

I'll provide your Tackle, Bait, Rod, Fishing License and Ice. All you'll need to bring is Sunscreen, Camera, Food, Drinks and anything else you desire. If you like, you may also bring Your Favorite Rod.

Captain Buckey

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panama City, Florida is located on the panhandle of northwest Florida on beautiful St. Andrews Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Panama City is known as a popular tourist location year round offering a comfortable climate and friendly atmosphere.

Panama City's attributes provide a highly attractive living environment compatible with a variety of tastes and life styles. Cited most often are: pleasant climate, attractive housing opportunities, fishing and water sports, arts and entertainment and a pleasing small town environment for raising a family.

A community college is here. Tyndall Air Force Base and a U.S. Navy coastal systems center are nearby.

British Tories settled Saint Andrew (now the western residential end of Panama City) before and during the American Revolution. It became a base for blockade runners and a salt-producing center during the American Civil War.

Panama City itself was platted in 1888, and named by its founders in the hope that it would become a major port serving Panama Canal traffic. In 1909 Panama City was merged with Millville and St. Andrew.

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Fall
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High
80

Low
64

High
87

Low
74

High
75

Low
58

High
68

Low
51

January: 59
February: 59
March: 63
April: 70
May: 78
June: 80

        

July: 84
August: 84
September: 82
October: 77
November: 67
December: 65