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Fantastic Catfishing On Overlooked Bankhead
On a day that would have had most novice fishermen declaring it the greatest day of fishing in their lives, Brian Marquis wasn’t very happy.

It was a brutally hot summer day, and no one would have been blamed if the catfish had lockjaw on a day like this. That wasn’t the problem. Brian had put 10... then 20... and finally 24 blue catfish in the boat in a period of just a few hours.

All of the blue cats...

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Fort Morgan sits at the mouth of Mobile Bay, a grand reminder of Alabama’s history and its involvement in the Civil War.


The bass fishing on Alabama’s lakes and rivers just keeps getting better.

That is the assessment by thousands of bass-tournament...

As the length of the Alabama red snapper season continues to dwindle, fishermen have begun looking for other coastal fishing options. One of those...

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