We usually get ours from Fiddler farm out in Silver Hill but since last nights frost in the Northern territory I believe the farming is over with. They probably has enough from the last few harvests but act quick since the peanuts get kind of moldy when sittin to long.
There is a guy that sells them in front of Gee Willies gas station in Cantonment. He has regular and cajun. He is not there on Mondays or Tuesdays. Also a produce place at the corner of Mobile Hwy and Bellview that has a sign " Boiled Peanuts " but I have not tried them.
Not Pensacola but in FWB go by Mr Sundays place on Beal by the Walmart, "City Produce".
He has cooked "giant" boiled peanuts 12 months of the year for as long as I can remember and his are always excellent, grab a couple of cold beers and a pound of his boiled peanuts and watch football all afternoon...... They don't get any better than his..
I'm new to Destin and I'm buying a boat at the Miami Boat show. My intent is to fish solo offshore, trolling and bottom fishing. I'm looking for any advise to make thing easier for someone fishing solo.
A little about my planned boat:
I'm in search of a fuel efficient (marina fuel in Destin is...
I just moved to Pensacola for work and I am not familiar with the area. I was wondering where some good public spots to fish are. I’m not asking for anyone’s honey hole. Just somewhere that isn’t closed due to Covid-19 that I can throw some lures and relax.
I have heard rumors, from multiple sources, about boat ramps/beaches shutting down, and/or just restrictions on what you can do if you can get your boat in the water. Does anyone know of a government website that has up to the minute information about this type of information? FWC doesn't show...