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…)
One of the best things about fall fishing on the Alabama Gulf Coast is catching the return of the migrating fish as they start their trek east and then south in the Gulf of Mexico.
One of the favorite fish to catch is the cobia. During spring, cobia (more…)
Fall is a beautiful time of year for a visit to the Alabama Gulf Coast. The air feels crisper, the sky looks bluer and the days are still warm. It’s also a good time for fishing on the coast.
The cooler temperatures of fall bring out the best of Gulf (more…)
Center console boats are often referred to by charter boats and big boat captains as ‘Monkey Boats.’ It’s a nautical term that goes back to the early 1800’s meaning “Any of various kinds of a small boat used as a tender, tow-boat, etc., especially in (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…)
“It’s like the Super Bowl of Fishing,” said Joey Birbeck, Captain of 2016 Blue Marlin Grand Champion boat You Never Know. We claim a lot of things here along our coast as ‘The Greatest.’ We all know our beaches, hospitality, seafood, Red Snapper fishing (more…)