MarineMax Panama City Beach to Host Free Kayak Fishing, Scalloping and Discover Our Bays Seminar

Kayaks at Sunrise
Panama City Beach, Fla., (July 8, 2015) – MarineMax Panama City Beach announced today that they will be teaming up with kayak expert David Posey and Tom Putnam, owner of Half-Hitch Tackle Stores, to host a free kayak fishing, scalloping and discover our bays seminar. The seminar will be held at MarineMax Panama City Beach July 11, 2015 from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. This is a timely course since scalloping season annually begins the Saturday before July 1; this year the season opened June 27 and continues through September 24, 2015. The bay scallop harvest zone extends from the Pasco-Hernando County line near Spring Hill to the west bank of the Mexico Beach Canal in Bay County.

“Those who attend will personally interact with our instructors who will share their kayaking techniques, methodology and correct gear to successfully fish from a kayak,” said Bob Fowler, sales consultant and broker, MarineMax Panama City Beach. “They will also share their intimate knowledge of our beautiful panhandle bays and teach the proper techniques for scalloping.”

There will be a full display of kayaks, and attendees will receive instructional sheets as well as a special Half-Hitch Discount Coupon. In addition, participants will be offered a 10% discount on any kayak purchase within 10 days of the seminar.

As usual, your host, Bob Fowler will be providing the ‘halftime entertainment’ with a rousing patriotic theme.

For more information contact Bob Fowler at 727-531-1700 ext. 12912 or by email bob.fowler@marinemax.com.

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