Editor’s Note: Captain Randy Boggs of Reel Surprise Charters (www.reelsurprisecharters.com/), based out of SanRoc Cay Marina (www.sanroccay.com) in Orange Beach, gives us this fishing report.
Right now the water is warming up, and (more…)
The competition is heating up in the search for the Ultimate Fishing Town. The annual contest is promoted by the World Fishing Network and the winning town will take home up to $25,000 to be used towards fishing industry-related causes and tourism.
My grandfather took my father fishing on Alabama’s Gulf Coast, and then Pop took me when I was a toddler. I carried my children with me, and my children are taking their children there today. As long as there’s water in the Gulf of Mexico, and fish to (more…)
You may not need your dancing shoes, but a pair of flip flops, some sunscreen and a place to lay your head should be on your list of must-haves for the upcoming Hangout Music Festival May 17 to 19. Music lovers are only one month away from sand, sun and (more…)
The Gulf of Mexico and the back bays on Alabama’s Gulf Coast have plenty of fish to catch and eat and will continue to have fish available far into the future. Size, length and bag limits on various saltwater species constantly are being changed by the (more…)
If tossing a mullet across the Alabama/Florida-state line isn’t on your bucket list, it should be. The Flora-Bama Mullet Toss and Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party will have the beach hoppin’ and the fish floppin’ April 25 to 28.
This year marks the (more…)
Inshore fishing really picked up during March. Many inshore captains were running two trips a day. Rick Murdoch, of Alabama Girl Fishing, fishes around Perdido Pass – the bridge, the jetties on the edge just offshore and around the back bays on the inshore (more…)
If you ever go charter fishing in Gulf Shores & Orange Beach, we will have you hook, line and sinker for the rest of your life! The coastline of Alabama is home to one of the largest artificial reefs in the world, as well as some of the richest waters (more…)
Local bait and tackle stores are great resources for the latest fishing information and tips on equipment specific to the Alabama Gulf Coast. When you arrive at the beach, often the best place to get information on what’s biting, and on which baits anglers (more…)