Everyone who fishes a lot and has spent plenty of time at the boat ramps has seen propellers of every shape and design. The pristine, shiny stainless steel props immediately draw attention. Sometimes you see the black anodized props that have silver edges (more…)
Now that the new year is here, anglers are looking forward to that first trip of the year.
With the down time during the offseason, this would be a great time for some tackle maintenance, especially for your fishing reels.
Start by inspecting the (more…)
Little Lagoon has always been a special place for me. It’s where I caught the largest speckled trout of my fishing career many years ago.
Little Lagoon is one of those places where you have the opportunity to catch almost any of the inshore species (more…)
When it comes to the upcoming Wharf Boat and Yacht Show, the numbers don’t lie. The show has become the premier event on the Alabama Gulf Coast with an inventory of boats on display surpassing $150 million and sales of more than $20 million.
The 2018 (more…)
You’ve been dreaming of the fight between you and a 40-pound gag grouper all winter long. From the fight to the dinner table, it all begins with a well-planned fishing trip and an arsenal of information. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of resources (more…)
Prepare for an adrenaline-pumping, line-bowing good time on a Gulf Shores and Orange Beach charter fishing trip. In case you haven’t dropped your line from a charter boat during an Alabama Gulf Coast vacation, we’ve listed a few truths to put you in the (more…)
Making a New Year’s resolution to catch more or bigger fish is probably pretty standard for most of us. For me, I am resolving to take better pictures of the fish and the anglers who catch them. I seem to struggle taking good pictures offshore. I don’t (more…)
It’s amazing to think about a natural force, located hundreds of miles away as being the driving force for fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. It makes much more of an impact than any boat, captain, crew, lure or bait. It’s between one hundred and two hundred (more…)
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…)