Light Tackle & Inshore Fishing

Call 1-850-233-1959 to make your reservation.

 
 

Are you looking for an opportunity to get an up-close experience seeing Panama City's beautiful bay waters and coastal beaches?


Captain Greg Burnett, a Panama City native, has 25 years experience fishing and exploring these waters. Osprey Charters, Inc. is a guide service located at Bay Point Marina. Come aboard the "Osprey" a 22 ft. Cape Horn Bay Skiff designed for working the shallowest flats but still capable of fishing open bay waters and coastal beaches.


Whether you are searching for a full day or half day - Osprey Charters would love to help you enjoy the World's Most Beautiful Beaches. Aboard the "Osprey" you will be given the opportunity to fish for a variety of fish. So, come enjoy a first class, stress free day aboard the "Osprey".


     
    




Osprey Charters, Inc.

Captain Greg Burnett

Light Tackle Bay and Inshore Fishing

P.O. Box 18503

Panama City Beach, Florida 32417

Office (850) 233-1959 • Cell (850) 814-8016

fishosprey@fishosprey.com




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Welcome to Osprey Charters!


Local charter captain Greg Burnett talks about having Florida Governor Rick Scott on board his boat Tuesday.


WJHG Reporter: Scott Rossman

Email Address: scott.rossman@wjhg.com


Panama City Beach, FL--Talk about rather huge promotional boost. That's what the recreational fishing industry in our region received


Tuesday as Florida Governor Rick Scott and his entire cabinet spent Tuesday afternoon fishing in St. Andrews Bay. They hired 4 charter boats, captains Bucky Weaver, Steve Jacobs, Terry McGowan and Greg Burnett. Governor Scott fishing aboard Burnett's boat Osprey, and you can see they had plenty of success, in fact wound up tossing most of the fish back because they were simply too big!

(Governor Scott) "Yeah, yeah that is awesome what a beast. "

continued Fl. Gov. Rick Scott

 

New for 2012 “Osprey II”










Enjoy a Shell Island Tour while dolphin watching, snorkeling, and sightseeing on and around Shell Island aboard a 25' Carolina skiff that can host up to 12 passengers. The skiff has been USCG licensed and inspected.