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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alex Crawford


2008-04-29
9:42 AM

Spring Reef Action - REEF SPECIES SWARMING ON OLD SHRIMPBOAT WRECKS The Forgotten Coast is blessed with a plethora of old shrimp boat wrecks. Many of these fishing hotspots are located in less than 100 feet of water making them accessible to the ded more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2008-04-16
3:49 PM

Mother Nature is one tough adversary and she will win every time - Wind and sea conditions in the Gulf south of Apalachicola have been in a word miserable for the past two weeks. Unless you are just a sado-masichist and somehow enjoy eating salt water and pounding over 5 plus foot seas,the fishing report recently more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2008-04-06
6:59 AM

Ten Secrets To Catching More Pompano - Ten Secrets To Catching More Pompano By Captain Alex Crawford In spring along the Gulf coast from Florida's Panhandle, across Alabama's beautiful beaches to Mississippi, legions of dedicated anglers get ready for one of the biggest events in th more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2008-03-26
11:26 AM

Pompano run begins - A few pompano have been caught on the Gulf beaches of Saint George Island, but the big run of fish has not happened yet. When the water warms a few degrees, we will see the bigger schools of Florida pompano arrive around the barrier islands of the F more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2008-02-21
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - Sheepshead Catching-- Best on the Gulf SHEEPSHEAD-- EASY TO CATCH WINTER FUN One of the very best bets out of Apalachicola is the scrappy and tasty sheepshead. Distinguished by its black vertical bands, many call it the co more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-11-04
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - COLDER WATER TURNS ON THE FISH With night air temps in the low forties, the surface water temps are falling rapidly. The fish react to this change in their environment by becoming eating machines in preparation for the long, cold winter. Several more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-10-15
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SNAPPERS, GROUPERS, REDFISH AND SEA TROUT Offshore of Florida’s Forgotten coast it is spectacular fall fishing. Anglers that target snappers are having success with red, lane and mangroves. Old shrimp boat wrecks, artificial reefs and natural cor more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-09-15
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - Tropical Weather – first of season Well, we had some tropical weather this past week. It was basically the first of the season. Fortunately, the only thing we got was lots of rain and some gusty winds. The low pressure squashed the offshore fi more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-09-01
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SNAPPER SPECTACULAR You are in luck if you enjoy eating snappers, because summer on the Forgotten Coast is the best time of the year to do some serious snapper slammin’. Forget those over-regulated gag and red groupers, their time is coming this f more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-08-16
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - FISH FOR OUR KIDS Having just returned from my annual family reunion, my recent thoughts have been about children, particularly grandchildren of which I am blessed with six. This year we (19 of us) decided to change the venue for the soiree, more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle

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