For 42 years, shrimp lovers and festival goers have converged on Alabama’s white-sand beaches for the Annual National Shrimp Festival presented by Zatarain’s. There’s no better place to celebrate this tasty crustacean than right next to its home – the (more…)
Editor’s Note: Captain Kathy Broughton of Kitty Wake Charters at Zeke’s Marina is a knowledgeable inshore captain with years of experience fishing inshore and nearshore.
Up until July 4th this summer, our area had rain making the rivers, bays, and (more…)
“I want to be that guy,” a friend of mine on the Gulf State Park Pier in Gulf Shores, Alabama, told me. He nodded towards an angler who was catching fish every time he cast. “What’s that guy doing that I’m not?” I’m often asked this question. About 95 (more…)
On September 10, NOAA Fisheries Service Southeast Regional Office Administrator Roy Crabtree announced a 14-day fall red snapper season starting October 1, which includes a daily bag limit of two fish per person per day. Learn more by reading Jeff Dute’s (more…)
Editor’s Note: We asked Captain Randy Boggs of Reel Surprise Charters, “Why do some anglers consistently catch more and bigger fish than others when bottom fishing offshore?”
Some anglers catch more fish than others, because they don’t just fish on (more…)
When was the last time you set out to explore the back roads or coastal highways of the Alabama Gulf Coast? If you’ve never done it, you’re missing out on some of the most scenic and historic sites in the southeast. You may have come to Gulf Shores & (more…)
Editor’s Note: This fall, your family can have the opportunity to catch numbers of fish at Alabama’s coast to eat or release and also to learn scientific and natural history lessons from qualified instructors.
Captain Jay Gunn, who guides inshore fishermen (more…)