Overlooking Mobile Bay, Fort Morgan played a key role during the Battle of Mobile Bay in August 1864, and this Third System masonry fort went on to contribute during the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Today, it stands as a testament (more…)
I spend a lot of mornings watching charter boats head out of Perdido Pass. There is something very relaxing for me watching boats and customers leave out for a day of fishing. I regularly speak with charter boat captains and mates about the offshore fishing (more…)
Are you a fan of an athlete who’s headed to a tournament or championship on the Alabama Gulf Coast this summer? You’ve got the perfect excuse for a family vacation! As if showing up to support your favorite participant isn’t enough of an excuse to head (more…)
A trip to the Alabama Gulf Coast will have you hook, line and sinker, especially if you’re considering charter fishing. Orange Beach is considered by many as the fishing mecca of the Southeast. With more than 100 charter boat captains, the area boasts (more…)
With the height of tourist season approaching, there are quite a few visitors from interior areas who aren’t comfortable fishing unless they’re within sight of land. That’s what makes slow-trolling for Spanish mackerel and small king mackerel such an (more…)
Blogging can be one of the most valuable tools in your marketing toolbox. It’s an effective way to provide up-to-date information to meeting attendees about your next event, provide education between events and share industry knowledge.
Selecting a meeting destination that’s easy to get to for the majority of your attendees is one way to help ensure better attendance numbers. Throw in a destination that also offers plenty of pre- and post-conference activities, and you’ve increased (more…)
With the Federal Red Snapper season now complete it’s time to find those honey holes in Alabama waters. Finding a new ‘private’ spot is just as exciting to me as catching the fish off those new numbers. Like every other aspect of offshore fishing locking (more…)