Reel Ladies Sportfishing (RLS) is made up of a diverse group of ladies who all enjoy fishing, boating and the great outdoors. We all share the passion to promote and educate sustainable fishing with special attention to encouraging other ladies to give fishing a try.
Our purpose is to stimulate public awareness of ladies fishing as a major “Ladies Can too” sport,; To improve our skill as lady anglers through a fellowship of friendly exchanges of catching techniques and ideas; To promote sustainable fishing, and to encourage youth fishing and love for this great sport.
Our free ladies and children fishing events teach new anglers how to be a responsible angler. Our free kids fishing rodeos encourages children to get outside and get on line with a fish. Together with our sponsors, we provide free fishing clinics and give every participant a free fishing rod and accessories to help them get started. Our ladies events can be a variety of socials and surf fishing funaments, where the exchange of fishtails, cocktails and techniques are shared.
Reel Ladies Sportfishing (RLS) team encourage other ladies and youth to enjoy fishing, the outdoors and encourage outdoor activities. As a result,
RLS members plan lots of things that help make that happen. Visit our Public Facebook page at : https://www.facebook.com/reelladiespcb/
Suzy founded RLPCB in 2013. Because of her love for fishing and the great outdoors coupled with a strong desire to educate, promote and encourage sustainable fishing, she created
Reel Ladies of Panama City Beach.
Capt. Tim , generously volunteers his expertise to encourage and support the off shore experiences for the Reel Ladies Sportfishing Teams.
We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. Thank you for your time and donations which makes this possible!
Theo is a 6 lb chihuahua filled fill TONS of love. Theo is RLS Teams' mascot and has veraciously earned his title and his position as First Mate on the TIGER!
He allows you to "scratch" his butt for luck, which almost always results in a nice catch!
Suzy began fishing at the age of four years old as her daddy’s fishing buddy. She prefers blue water fishing but also enjoys fishing inshore, the rivers, lakes and ponds. Her love for fishing and conserving our natural resources sparked her interest in creating RLS and Reel Kids Sportfishing. Her biggest catch is a 160 lb swordfish out of Venice, LA.
Stacy is a South Florida native who grew up fishing the Florida keys and Everglades. Now a resident of Panama City and is eager to hone in her skills inshore and offshore. Stacy has always loved being on the water and serving others.
Beth is an avid fisherwoman. She's been fishing since the age of 3 years old. She enjoys inshore but prefers targeting pelagic fish. She also enjoys promoting sustainable fishing.
Debbie Ehlers grew up in WA. She fished the rivers and lakes with her dad and sisters. Debbie has always had a heart for serving and helping others through volunteer work.
She and her avid fisherman husband take much pride in helping keep the beaches of PCB clean to help safeguard the fish and wildlife. They recently made Panama City Beach their home and are exploring all that Florida has to offer.
Tammy has been fishing since the age of 4 with her dad and brother. Her Favorite fishing partners are the ones she raised, her sons, Dakota and Wyatt. Her Husband is an avid fisherman as well. They fish as a family both salt and freshwater.
Philomena began the love of fishing, crabbing fishing bass and catfish ponds. Venice La. Toledo Bend, in the Louisiana River's. Her Family Moved to Panama City and now enjoy fishing the gulf waters. Her husband was in the boating industry which sparked her love of being on the water and fishing. She enjoys volunteering her time for charitable events.
Marta grew up loving the water...Swimming, boating, snorkeling. She has a strong desire to conserve our natural resources and enjoys volunteering her time teaching kids about sustainable fishing.
Debbie began fishing at the age of 5 in freshwater and after learning how to clean the fish she brought it to school for show & tell, which demonstrates her love for fishing. She enjoyed freshwater fishing while living in Alabama. Additionally loves being on the water and looks forward to saltwater fishing in Florida.
46' Post Sport fisher
Suzy Nichols tells her story about how RLS came to be.
We are thankful to our supporters like Florida Watersports for teaching us about knot tying. We learned a lot and had a great time.
Our events are for members, ladies and children. These are fishing trips, educational seminars, tournaments, outings, gatherings, luncheons, dinner, cookouts, wine or celebrations, destination trips and so much more that occur locally or may occur regionally throughout state.
An event may have a nominal fee attached to it that covers organizational and activity fees if applicable. Many events are “free” or more “free-form” while other events with fees required are cost-effective and created with affordability in mind to encourage attendance.
Some events posted may be limited to first come first serve basis due to limited capacity (i.e. fishing trips).
Follow us on our public RLPCB facebook page (listed below) to be informed of our free offers hands-on workshops, seminars, socials and ladies only fishing funanaments .
RLPCB members fish on piers, beaches, lakes, ponds, streams, rivers, and the ocean from kayaks, skiffs, and sportfishing boats of all sizes as they compete for the front page of RLPCB’s website and other RLPCB publications or ads.
Our Reel Kids Sportfishing Derbies will allow for kids to learn, explore or become more experienced as an angler. Read more on the next page or visit our Facebook page for events https://www.facebook.com/ReelKidsSportfishing