Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for St. Andrew Bay, Channel entrance, FL
St. Andrew Bay is located in Bay County on the Florida Panhandle. The bay has very few freshwater creeks flowing into it, causing the salinity of the water to be very high. Wild dolphins and manatees can often be spotted in the bay along with large schools of fish such as mullet, redfish and speckled trout. Panama City is one of the towns along the coast of St. Andrew Bay.
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