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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alex Crawford


2007-07-31
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - BE SMART—BE SUN SAFE August is just a brutal time to be on the water fishing or scalloping on the Forgotten Coast of North Florida. Children are extremely susceptible to the intense sun. Parents must be extra protective when kids are in the more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-07-18
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SHY SUMMER SNAPPERS—SCALE DOWN TO SCORE By August red snappers have seen lots of different baits on the wrecks and reefs of the NW Florida Panhandle. Success may depend on the smart angler being aware of this and being willing to change bait offer more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-06-14
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SNAPPER SLAM Summertime on the northern Gulf coast south of Apalachicola is the perfect time to do some serious snapper slammin’. All you need is some good wreck numbers and a positive mental attitude. Two of the best old shrimp boat wrecks for s more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-05-26
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SNOOK AND TROUT IN THE GLADES For a change and to attempt to spice up my normal fishing reports, this week I have chosen to write about a spectacular trip I took last week into the Florida Everglades. An old friend and I booked a trip with Captain more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-04-30
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - RED SNAPPERS ARE BITING LIKE CRAZY Now that the red snapper season in reopened in the Gulf, the fish are on an eating rampage. It’s always hot and cold, but right now it is wide open fun. A friend shared a perfect analogy on the snapper bite. Wh more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-04-13
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - REGULATIONS AND SEASON CHANGES— IMPORTANT INFO YOU NEED TO KNOW Spring has sprung and that means fishing seasons are reopening for species like red snappers and others. Firstly, let’s get a current handle on the groupers regs. As more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-03-27
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - SPRING POMPANO RUN BEGINS The highly sought-after Florida pompano have returned for their spring run across the Forgotten Coast. With surface water temperatures in the high sixties, these little finny gourmets are being caught all along the beache more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-03-12
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - THE SPAWN IS ON On the Forgotten Coast of Florida this is a special time for aficionados of fish eating. Many folks don’t know that one of our “trash fish” is one of THE very best eating of all the fish that swim in the ocean. The whiting more t more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-02-12
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - GET IN BETWEEN THE HIGHS AND THE LOWS The real secret to catching winter groupers is to build enough flexibility into your fishing schedule so you can select a comfortable day to go offshore. Granted winter tends to have more low pressure systems more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2007-01-16
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - Grouper and Snapper Offshore and Trout and Reds Inshore Offshore guides who fish out of Apalach and Carrabelle report improvement in the grouper bite now that water is warming somewhat in the Gulf. Artificial and natural reefs are covered up more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle

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