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Featured Fishing Article
Big Macks, Little Macks
On a spring fishing trip with Capt. Bobby Walker out of Orange Beach, our family and friends enjoyed rod-bending action all day. We caught a variety of species, including bottom fish and amberjack, but a real eye-opener was the bites from hard-charging mackerel, both king and Spanish mackerel.

During the chaos on the deck, Capt. Walker would yell out instructions, sounding like a cheerleader directing the crowd. As we fished his...

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Bill Huntley’s love affair with fishing and more specifically with the giant smallmouth bass of Pickwick Lake began the year the Tennessee...

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