One of the tradeoffs for being able to live in the paradise we call the Alabama Gulf Coast is we are forced to reason with hurricane season.
It appears the redfish bite has turned into a feeding frenzy in the aftermath of Hurricane Nate.
Redfish are normally bottom feeders, crunching on juvenile crabs and other crustaceans. When Nate rolled through it stirred the bottom and gave redfish (more…)
Until a few weeks ago, the Alabama Gulf Coast had enjoyed a pleasant summer without any real scorchers. However, those of us who have lived here for a while know the heat and humidity will show up sooner or later.
When that happens, it’s time to go (more…)
As for jack crevalle, I’ve had a change of heart.
Don’t get me wrong about the fish that is prevalent in the south ends of the bays and beachfront waters this time of year, jack crevalle still provide some of the best drag-stripping fun around.
Dodging thunderstorms is a daily occurrence for inshore anglers during this rainy August period. But the rewards of heading out between storms can be great, especially when it comes to one of summer’s prized catches – the tripletail, otherwise known as (more…)
Like it does every summer, at one point or another, the preferred species of game fish, like speckled trout and redfish, start getting finicky about what they’ll bite.
Thankfully, most of the freshwater influx caused by Tropical Storm Cindy in June (more…)
With many anglers headed offshore to enjoy the extended red snapper season, (more…)
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