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2019 Bay Scallop Season Set

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has set the 2019 bay scallop season for Gulf County to be August 16th through September 15th.

  • Daily Bag Limit: 2 gallons of whole bay scallops in shell or 1 pint of bay scallop meat per person; Maximum of 10 gallons of whole bay scallops in shell, or 1/2 gallon bay scallop meat per vessel\

In late summer and early fall the Bay Scallop is King around here. St. Joe Bay is home to one of the largest bay scallop harvests in America. We even have a Festival celebrating the Scallop here in Port St. Joe

Scalloping is easy and fun. During the season (especially early in the season) they’re everywhere. You can find them snorkeling or wading.

Our Scalloping Trip is a great time for families and friends, young and old. Our 25’ pontoon boat is perfectly designed for a comfortable, fun scalloping trip for friends and families of all ages — plenty of room, open deck, comfortable chairs, a napping couch, easy access out of the water and all-day shade.

Pro Tip: Scalloping is seasonal – and the season times vary each year – so we can only offer this trip on a limited basis. The season gets crazy around here and it only lasts a short time. People come in from all over the country and boats and charters get hard to find. So, make your plans and reserve your trip early.

Go to our Scalloping Charters page or give us a call at (850)-227-5802 to reserve your spot today!

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