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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alex Crawford


2004-04-29
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SNAPPER SEASON SUCCESS For almost six long months, the red snapper slappers have waited patiently for the opening of the recreational season. Now that it is finally here, two things are apparent. The fish are still out there and the spring bit more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-04-22
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - KINGS, COBES AND POMPS Even though sand fleas are small and hard to come by, a few small pompano are biting on the Forgotten Coast of Florida. Try the small sand spit southwest of the West pass or in the surf on the southwest end of Cape Saint more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-04-12
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - ITíS ALL GOOD NEWS! Today the fishing report is all good. Other than the 30 knot winds that are bouncing Topknots around in her slip, the inshore and offshore scene on the Forgotten Coast is par excellence. Inshore, the spring bite is well und more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-03-30
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - EAT, SLEEP, FISH, EAT, SLEEP, FISH! Eat, sleep, fish, eat sleep, fish has been the basic routine for the past week. No complaints mind you. It is good to get back into fish shape after winter inactivity. And the sun is warm and the fish cooperat more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-03-22
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - THE WAIT IS OVER! When the azaleas and Bradford pears are in full bloom each year, you can rest assured that Spring fishing on the Forgotten Coast is blooming as well. Signs are everywhere! Yesterday, the channel behind my house was chocked ful more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-02-24
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - RITUALS OF SPRING By Captain Alex Crawford Every spring legions of cabin-weary, obsessed anglers show up on the Forgotten Coast in hot pursuit of their most beloved more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-02-06
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - EARLY SPRING MEANS HOT ANGLING ACTION On the Forgotten Coast, March means an end to hunting seasons and a return to hot fishing action. The water temperature inshore is climbing from the low sixties. Offshore, depending on how far south you g more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-01-21
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - A special word of thanks. Over the years many companies/people have been responsible for helping me and my charter fishing service grow and flourish. In my hast to make the next trip, write the next report or publish the next article, I sometimes f more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-01-19
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - Convicts at the Cut. Sheepshead are spawning now and their appetites are voracious. The granite boulders that form the jetties in the Government Cut are primetime winter magnets for these accomplished bait-stealers. With water temps in the high fi more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2004-01-09
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - APALACHICOLA OFFSHORE BONANZA In the 24 years that this Captain/writer has been chasing offshore fish in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, the fishing has never been better. Those are some strong words, so maybe a caveat is in order. For the really go more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle

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