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…)
Ask a local angler and they’ll tell you summer isn’t the only time you can reel in a great catch in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Fall and winter fishing along the Alabama Gulf Coast can yield an ice chest full of great seafood.
According to the Alabama (more…)
For most of us, the first offshore fish that ever really made a reel ‘scream’ was probably a king mackerel. Those long, blistering runs of kings always produce adrenaline for everyone on the boat and a nice bounty for the fish box.
I look at king mackerel, (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…)
If you went red snapper fishing this year, you were most likely very frustrated by catching triggerfish instead of the intended snapper. It was also probably the first time in your life you had been disappointed to pull up a triggerfish.
Before this (more…)