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Smoker Kings Are Red Hot Off Alabama In October
Anglers on Alabama’s Gulf Coast will find a target-rich environment for hunting big kingfish in October. The state of Alabama has the largest artificial reef-building program in the nation, and many of these reefs have large king mackerel swarming over them.

The ADCNR’s Marine Resources Division has mapped hundreds of public reefs with Loran coordinates and DGPS coordinates, and those maps are available to the...

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In my experiences with guide Lee Pitts, he ranks among the most optimistic members of the fishing community in north Alabama. So when he welcomed me...

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...

Lake Guntersville’s reputation as a producer of tournament-quality largemouth bass is well-deserved and known everywhere in fishing circles....

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