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|See more about the Alabama Reef System at
or click on the map above to link to the site.
|Remember, all ARS caught and
brought into Alabama State waters /
into Alabama Jurisdiction will have to
be reported on the Alabama Snapper
Check. This includes all snapper
caught in Florida / out of state waters
and brought into Alabama. This
program is designed to help account
for our harvest for this year in hopes
of producing a better stock
assessment for the future of this
fishery. For more information, click
the logo above, or go to
|If you're in the
area looking for
tackle or just
Be sure to stop
27122 Canal Rd, Orange
and see Chris!!
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|Our 2015 Fall Crystal River Trip
|Holy Mackerel!!! We're giving away FREE STUFF!!
|They're Here!! The
30 oz Yeti Ramblers-
laser etched with our logo-
and we are giving them
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To qualify, you must "LIKE" our
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Once we have reached 1000 likes,
we will randomly draw ONE name-
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For more information and rules,
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|So, What's Biting?
...what's in season?!
With all the rain, the inshore is kinda sketchy?
Bit you can fins some Speckle Trout, Flounder,
and Redfish if you look.
Offshore, with the extended closure of Greater
Amberjack and Gray Trigger fish- and Red
Snapper now off the table for Alabama until next
year- things might look kinda restricted! But,
you can still catch and harvest Lane, Vermillion,
and Mangrove (Gray) Snapper- not to mention
near-shore and offshore mackerels. We
frequently catch nice king Mackerel at the
Twelve Mile Bouy (south of Perdido Pass, OB).
If you are looking for "Blue Water"- you are
going to have to travel up to 150 miles offshore-
but if you have that kind of range- you can find
some nice pelagics (wahoo, billfish, and mahi),
|Here is a one of our videos on our YouTube Channel!
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|The Alabama Marine Resources is
deploying some new reef materials!
New material and pyramids are being set almost everyday. This includes 50
new ecoreefs within the newer Minton Reef Zones, only about 3 Miles
offshore. We have heard there are also plans for new deployments off of
Dauphin Island in the near future.
Stay up to date on all the new reef deployments in the offshore and
nearshore artificial reef zones. Files are updated as public reefs are
completed. Offshore and nearshore reef coordinates can be found at:
Right click the files and select "SAVE" to properly download them.