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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alex Crawford


2004-08-10
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - FISHY EVENTS This coming weekend, August 13-15th at the Panama City Marina, Sportfishing Magazine hosts FishStock, a fishing festival and tournament for the whole family. There will be an inshore tournament for reds and trout, with a shot at a more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-07-27
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SUMMER LING FLING The pursuit of hard-fighting, great eating cobia is a summer passion for many obsessed anglers. On the Gulf coast, cobia swim during summer months in the bays and passes and around offshore reefs, rigs and wrecks. You have a leg more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-07-19
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - THE SPORT OF KINGS First, let me apologize for being tardy on updating my fishing report. This is high season on the Forgotten Coast and it has been eat, sleep, fish etc. and difficult to invest weary hours at this machine. I promise to try and d more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-07-06
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - WHITING? Whoever said whiting were not good to eat and loads of fun to catch obviously has never had to opportunity to indulge in either. Sometimes it is not about chasing giant fish for the bragging rights. At times folks just want to relax and more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-06-26
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - FORGOTTEN COAST FISHING REPORT Out of Apalach on the Forgotten Coast, i.e. Redneck Riviera, the fishing is as hot as the ambient air temperature. How hot is that exactly you ask, well read on. Inshore, you can catch yourself a trout dinner if more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-06-14
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - DOLPHIN IN THE BLUEGRASS Mahi mahi have attacked the Forgotten Coast with a vengeance. The summer pattern has settled in for these bluewater gamesters. South winds push the grass closer to shore. W more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-06-06
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - FULL MOON MANGOS This week’s full moon has the mangrove snappers in a summer feeding frenzy. On the Forgotten Coast of northwest Florida we are fortunate to have a healthy gray snapper fishery. These are not the barely legal fish that are so popu more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-05-31
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - WHAT’S BITING NOW ON FLORIDA’S FABULOUS FORGOTTEN COAST Fishing offshore of the Forgotten Coast of Florida is the ultimate in high fun on the high seas. July voyages out on the cobalt blue sea give angling aficionados a chance at a personal best r more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-05-24
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - FLOUNDER STUFFED WITH BLUE CRAB AND SHRIMP This week was a time for catching and cooking the very best eating species that exist. Two special trips, one offshore and one inshore, gave me an opportunity to share in some of the best eating on the pl more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-05-14
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - APALACH INSHORE/OFFSHORE On the Forgotten Coast of Florida out of Apalach the water temperature is in the low to mid seventies and climbing rapidly now. Eighty degree days makes it feel like summer already and warms bay and offshore waters. Gene more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle

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