Panama City Boat Ramps

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ropeman
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Panama City Boat Ramps

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Does anybody have experience with the Carl Gray Park in Panama City? I am going to that area next weekend and wanted to find a place to launch the boat. Any other tips for fishing and sight seeing are appreciated as well.
tabb
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Re: Panama City Boat Ramps

Post by tabb »

If going to Panama City beach get ready to enjoy some traffic. It has been terrible this year.
If taking your boat you need to check out east end of shell island bay side. Several restaurants waterside in the bay that you can get there by boat and enjoy a good meal.
ropeman
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Re: Panama City Boat Ramps

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Thanks for the info! I'll be staying on the east side of the Hathaway Bridge so I plan on checking out the bay side. If the water is calm I might go out a few miles to scout for fish.
tabb
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Re: Panama City Boat Ramps

Post by tabb »

That’s my side away from all the tourist.
Ramps at the college, st Andrews and there are several ramps back towards Calloway and Parker.

You may want to check out crooked Island. Look up research road on Tyndale Air Force base. Dirt ramp but last time I used it was in good shape but it’s been a while since I was there.

If your in east bay and just sight seeing go under draw bridge and check out bayou joes for lunch.
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