October 31, 2016
The brood stock, which were caught in Alabama coastal waters, are housed in huge tanks inside the hatchery and should produce another batch of fry that will be released in the spring. Photo Credit: David Rainer

Marine Resources Releases 18,000 Redfish Fry

By David Rainer Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources This has been a particularly productive year for anglers who target redfish along the Alabama Gulf Coast, and the Alabama Marine Resources Division is doing its best to ensure it stays that way. When the Claude Peteet Mariculture Center in […]
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October 26, 2016
From left to right David Chouinard announcing, Dr. Lloyd Wruble, Chairman of the Herman Lucerne Memorial; winning Captain Jared Raskob, who guided Frank Delucas the tournament’s grand champion angler to seven species of fish, and trophy artist David Wirth.

With seven species of fish Plantation’s Frank Delucas wins 17th Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Tournament

ISLAMORADA, In the Florida Keys —  Frank Delucas, Plantation, Fla., a first time participant in the Herman Lucerne tournament but no stranger to Florida Keys backcountry fishing, won the 17th annual two-day event, as the only angler to catch all seven required saltwater species. The unique competition, which attracted 118 […]
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October 19, 2015
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Ride Along with Louisiana’s Best Redfish-Tournament Team

by Todd Masson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Is your life too boring and dull? Are you looking for a way to add more stress? How about anxiety? If you answered yes to any of these questions, ask your doctor if fishing redfish tournaments is right for you. Benny Sanchez is a salesman […]
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October 7, 2015
Terra Edgecomb and Michael Moore, of Brandon, caught some nice reds near Bishops Harbor during a recent charter with Capt. Jason Prieto.

Cooler Weather is Great News for Fishing

by Jason Prieto | TBO The Tampa Tribune I wouldn’t quite say its fall, yet, but the weather sure is starting to take a turn in the right direction. As our days get shorter, both air and water temperatures start to decline, and fronts are beginning to form in the […]
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April 12, 2013
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Jeff Angers Speaks His Sportsman Paradise

Written by GHM Staff Jeff Angers is a resident of south Louisiana and a dedicated inshore angler. He is also president of the Center for Coastal Conservation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting good stewardship of America’s marine resources. Angers mixes fishing and politics as CEO of the Center’s affiliated […]
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August 24, 2012
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To Bait or Lure

By Fred Garth Call me a snob but I stopped using live bait a long time ago. I know a lot of folks still swear by live bait but I’ve tried to swear it off. Well, that’s not totally accurate. My buddy and I used live croakers two years ago […]
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March 8, 2012
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Blackened Redfish topped with Jumbo Lump Crab & Orange Sherry Cream Sauce

Written by GHM Staff Blackened Redfishtopped with Jumbo Lump Crab& Orange Sherry Cream Sauce Blackened Red Fish with Jumbo Lump Crab Meat: 4 8-10 oz Redfish 8-10oz filet skin-onBlackfish Seasoning to cover flesh sideolive oil2 cans of 6.5 Jumbo Lump Crab Meat Season the filet with the blackfish season on the […]
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March 2, 2012
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Catching Redfish in the Wintertime

By Fred Garth Fishing for reds and specs during the summer months can be like gathering rocks from a gravel road. These guys are prolific and hungry and would probably eat a rock if it resembled a baitfish. Wintertime, is a whole different deal up here in the Panhandle of […]
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