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There are over 100 species of sharks - and the inshore bay and offshore Gulf of Mexico waters are home to some of the largest sharks in the United States. On Sunday morning March 1, 2015, two anglers caught, tagged, and released a 9' 8 1/2" Great White Shark over a 45-minute fight while surf fishing from Panama City Beach. Imagine what type and size of sharks are lurking in these waters offering you the opportunity of a lifetime to create an unforgettable memory!


The most common sharks in the Gulf and bays throughout our area are Hammerhead Sharks, Bull Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Blacktip Sharks, Mako Sharks, Sand Sharks, and Great White Sharks. Several other types of sharks are also prevalent in the area. No Doubt Charter Fishing is ready to bring you some excitement!

Shark fishing makes for an exciting experience

Shark fishing has become very popular in the past 30 years due to the fight sharks provide and memories they create. Pictures are clicked to prove one has successfully caught and released a shark. Both adults and kids love to shark fish. Imagine one of your younger children catching a shark and taking the picture to school for show-and-tell day!

Shark fishing is great fun for all ages involved

The Gulf of Mexico off of Panama City Beach offers some of the finest shark fishing in Florida. We are blessed in our area to have hundreds of wrecks in all depths of waters that attract large schools of bait fish - which is a natural attractant for sharks. We fish for and catch sharks in most any depth of water in the Gulf of Mexico while knowing their feeding grounds from years of shark fishing.

Offshore shark fishing

Panama City Beach is home to some wonderful shark fishing in the local bay areas. Our local bay water depths run from just a few inches of water to over 50' of water with incoming and outgoing tides that attract sharks as bait fish move in and out of the bays. We know the best shark spots in the bay, and can take you to one that holds several types of sharks in all size ranges - from small to big!

Inshore shark fishing

Sharks are usually readily available just about any time of the year throughout the bay and Gulf. We have been fishing these local waters for over 20 years and have come to gain a wealth of shark fishing knowledge and experience that we would like to share with you aboard the No Doubt!

Best time to catch sharks

Many of our loyal, out-of-town friends schedule two or more fishing trips so they can fish multiple types of species from game fish to sport fish. Even though shark fishing can provide the fishing thrill of a lifetime, please don't forget that catching Grouper, Snapper, Amberjack, Cobia (Ling), Flounder, and other fish species can create awesome memories.

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Cooking Shark is Awesome!

Shark is one of the most expensive seafood products in the world and can be purchased in many supermarkets, and of course, in local seafood markets.  What is more exciting than catching your own shark, cooking it and enjoying it with your favorite side dishes!  You can find online thousands of shark recipes and most are fairly simple to follow.  If you want to try some shark recipes.

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Goliath Grouper

The Goliath Grouper is a large saltwater fish of the grouper family and is found offshore in our area in the Gulf of Mexico.  Goliath Groupers may grow to a height of 8’2” or more, and weigh as much as 800 lbs. has video of a Goliath Grouper eating a 4’ shark in one bite. No Doubt charter fishing

have caught Goliath Grouper in depths from 20’ to 165’ on numerous occasions.  Goliath Groupers will create a lifetime memory for you, but remember they are a protected fish species and must be released after being caught.


Bull Sharks

The Bull Shark is known for its very aggressive behavior and is common to our local Gulf of Mexico waters.  We have had a great amount of success catching Bull Sharks along with numerous other shark species offshore.  Bull Sharks are large and stout, with females being larger than males.  Adult female Bull Sharks average 8’ in length and weigh 290 lbs.