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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alex Crawford


2006-12-12
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - EARLY SPRING—BOAT AND MOTOR MAINTENANCE ‘97 Early spring is the time to get your fishing boat ready to catch ‘em up. Annual maintenance and service is a ritual for me. Here is a list of things that you may want to consider on your annual boat/mot more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-11-20
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - GROUPERS ARE SHALLOW NOW Gag groupers have moved in closer to shore now that the water temperature is much cooler, around 73 degrees on the surface offshore of Apalachicola. You will have to fish hard for keeper gags. Expect to get lots of bites more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-10-25
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - CONVICT FISH—AN OVERLOOKED SPECIES Convict fish aka sheepshead is one of the most prolific inshore species during fall and winter. The Forgotten Coast provides ideal habitat for this barnacle muncher with bridge pilings in abundance. Sheepshead o more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-09-27
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - FALL FISHING ON THE FORGOTTEN COAST—FABULOUS Autumn on the Gulf Coast of Florida is nothing but spectacular. The only thing that is more anxiously awaited is the fall fishing. Finally, the nights are brisk in the sixties and with some fresh rain more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-09-05
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - ERNESTO ALL BARK, NO BITE Meteorologists are a paranoid group. Since hurricanes Dennis and Katrina visited the Forgotten Coast last summer, the level of paranoia this year is at an all-time high. If you watch the weather channel as most of us do, more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-08-02
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


2006-07-10
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - QUEEN OF KINGS Captain Robyn Morgan, a dear friend, has earned the new title, QUEEN OF KINGS. One may ask, how is that? Well, here is the short story. Last week Captain Robyn and I had a corporate offshore outing for ten anglers. We were late more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-06-26
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - CREATURE FROM THE BLUE LAGOON Some of you may remember the classic movie filmed up the road a short way at Wakulla Springs, titled “Creature from the Black Lagoon.” Well ,yesterday, on an offshore fishing trip we had a thrilling adventure with wha more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-06-23
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - DADS AND SONS CATCH LIMIT OF RED SNAPPER With all of the changes that are taking place by the Fed to regulate Gulf grouper, it is only natural that customers simply say,” we want snappers.” Many folks would rather eat red snapper, because they ar more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle


2006-06-17
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for the Florida Panhandle - INDIANA COUPLE CATCH A RED SNAPPER DINNER We left the dock a little late, but the fish were there waiting for us to arrive. John and Jennifer came all the way from Bloomington to vacation on Saint George Island and do some offshore fishing. The more...
Capt. Alex Crawford - Carrabelle

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