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They are catching them all along the coast. From Pt. St  Joe to the Mississippi sound averaging 50-150 lbs. live bait is obviously the best ... Threadfins , alewives or small blue crabs. If you don't have the luxury of live bait they have been tearing them up on knife jigs as well. You may see them in pairs which will usually be your larger fish however I've heard reports of schools over 200 near Pensacola pass. 

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Captain Paul RedmanKeep your eyes open while bottom fishing for the next few weeks the cobia are showing their face on a lot of bottom structure . It's not uncommon for some to turn around and head east after the spring migration , most do continue west for a long way as far as Africa and some stay as resident fish.Let's not forget that you can harvest triggerfish at the same time your catching the elusive rarely seen alive ...RED SNAPPER this weekend. Remember ... State waters 14" to the fork of the tail. 

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Captain Paul RedmanDon't forget every Friday Saturday and Sunday in July the elusive almost to the brink of extinction RED SNAPPER season opens up. Alabama's passed legislature to have state waters to go out to nine miles. However the federal government is not recognizing it. So it's 3 miles if your scared and 9 if you are sick and tired of the federal government mismanaging OUR FISHERY. 
HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL 8.9 miles offshore.King mackerel are getting stronger everyday 42lbs just off the beach with Shanahan Charters.Make no excuses today. The SALT PASTURE is open for business.

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Tarpon Tarpon Tarpon ... They are catching them all along the coast. From Pt. St Joe to the Mississippi sound averaging 50-150 lbs. live bait is obviously the best ... Threadfins , alewives or small blue crabs. If you don't have the luxury of live bait they have been tearing them up on knife jigs as well. You may see them in pairs which will usually be your larger fish however I've heard reports of schools over 200 near Pensacola pass. Tight lines Captain Paul Redman
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Posted July 19, 2014
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The King Mackerel are on fire at the Gulf state pier ...Over 150 caught yesterday and the bite is back on again this morning . The weather isn't that great but the bite will make you forget about the rain. Get after them Tight lines Captain Paul Redman
Posted July 19, 2014
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Keep your eyes open while bottom fishing for the next few weeks the cobia are showing their face on a lot of bottom structure . It's not uncommon for some to turn around and head east after the spring migration , most do continue west for a long way as far as Africa and some stay as resident fish.
Posted July 14, 2014
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Posted July 10, 2014
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Let's not forget that you can harvest triggerfish at the same time your catching the elusive rarely seen alive ...RED SNAPPER this weekend. Remember ... State waters 14" to the fork of the tail. Tight lines Captain Paul Redman
Posted July 10, 2014
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Red Snapper White beaches and Blue Angels this weekend . What more could you ask for ? Don't forget to come by any of our three locations and pick up some fresh caught local cigar minnows for the Friday Saturday and Sunday Snapper festivities!!!!! Also just got a tip from one of the locals ... if your in a boat the weather buoy is going off right now ....live bait everywhere and he caught and released 46 king mackerel this morning off of it!!! Tight lines and calm seas Captain Paul Redman
Posted July 9, 2014
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The king mackerel bite continues to get stronger and stronger along the beach, if you have access to a boat the string of inshore public pyramids have been a great place to try slow trolling live or artificial baits .If you cant do that please try the end of the rock jetties or the Gulf State Pier. The water is heating up considerably inshore so when targeting those speckled trout and redfish be sure to fish your baits a little deeper than you have in the earlier part of summer, fish are just like us really, they like to get out of the heat and the sun also. don't forget every Friday Saturday and Sunday in July you can harvest the "elusive and nearly extinct" RED SNAPPER. ......................Of course Im kidding about that... go mash those over populated eating everything on the wreck almost to the point your mad at them fish. HAHA Get after um
Posted July 8, 2014
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Posted July 3, 2014
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Don't forget every Friday Saturday and Sunday in July the elusive almost to the brink of extinction RED SNAPPER season opens up. Alabama's passed legislature to have state waters to go out to nine miles. However the federal government is not recognizing it. So it's 3 miles if your scared and 9 if you are sick and tired of the federal government mismanaging OUR FISHERY. HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL 8.9 miles offshore.
Posted July 2, 2014
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