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Tyler Eley

Lagrange, GA USA

We are doing some fishing out of Orange Beach this
weekend. The sees forcast is good. We are
contemplating a run of shore to the floaters for Tuna
fishing.
Has anyone been out to the floaters lately, had any
luck?
Also concerned with the water quility with all the rain
in Louisiana
Thanks

Wednesday, August 17, 2016 @ 8:57:35 AM

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Dave

Birmingham , AL USA

Hey guys I'm new to YouTube Fishing. Just
started to post some videos, of fishing for trout,
reds, and bass. Here's a link to my channel
https://m.youtube.com/results?
search_query=marshmadnesstv&sp=CAASAgg
AQgIIAQ%253D%253D Please give the channel
i a like and subscribe. Thanks for the support.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yqbYQm9su2Y

Monday, August 15, 2016 @ 10:22:13 AM

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Team FishCall

Mandeville, LA USA

Have you checked out The Fish Call?

Watch the videos on the website and see what Captain Charlie Thomason thinks about it: www.TheFishCall.com

Jeff

Friday, August 28, 2015 @ 12:44:20 PM

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wanda Stewart Sales and Advertising

New Orleans , LA USA

Lion Fish Dinner

Lion fish dinnerWe had a great crew at the lion fish dinner,Two long time posters on rodnreel.com, an awesome chef,...

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Monday, August 24, 2015 @ 3:59:04 PM

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Walter

Tyrone, GA USA

So I read they opened snapper and
trigger season for the month of July in
state waters.  The state water
supposedly are 9 miles from shore but
the feds don't recognize that. So If I
get pulled over by alabama dnr, will
they recognize the state water boundry.
Also what if I sail from alabama waters
into florida waters for snapper , what
is the rule for that

Monday, May 11, 2015 @ 7:21:26 PM

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Walter

Tyrone, GA USA

So I read they opened snapper and
trigger season for the month of July in
state waters.  The state water
supposedly are 9 miles from shore bit
the feds don

Monday, May 11, 2015 @ 7:18:04 PM

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Wanda Ann Stewart, Sales & Advertising

New Orleans, LA USA

Announcing the RodnReel Advanced Program

Below is a portion of our RodnReel advertising program Featuring Captain Mike Gallo.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015 @ 12:30:44 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

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Tuesday, March 10, 2015 @ 10:09:51 AM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice , LA USA

Caught and Released over 150 redfish
Saturday.  Cleaned a few fish for their
eating pleasure!  
CaptainBrian@KayakVeniceLa.com

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Tuesday, February 3, 2015 @ 3:53:18 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice , LA USA

Trout are biting in Venice Louisiana

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Sunday, December 14, 2014 @ 9:26:39 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice , LA USA

Andy, from New Jersey came to Venice
Louisiana to catch a Red Fish.  Not bad
Andy!  He loves to fish, we launched
the yaks at 7 am and didn't return
until 5:30 pm. Captain Brian
(504)419-5645

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Saturday, December 6, 2014 @ 7:58:11 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice , LA USA

Fishing is hot in Venice Louisiana, in
our 24 skeeter or out of our fleet of
10 kayaks the fishing is on fire in
Venice.  He is a couple pictures from
last weeks trips.
CaptainBrian@KayakVeniceLa.com
(504)327-7341

Come enjoy Sportsman's Paradise

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 @ 8:26:17 PM

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Ed Haas

Laurel, MS USA

Had a great day out of Dauphin Island, the King Mackerel were HUNGRY!! Left the boat launch at 9am back at 2:30 with a limit.  Water is beautiful right now.

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014 @ 8:13:41 PM

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mike

NEW ORLEANS, LA United States

You are invited!

Save Louisiana Coalition’s 2nd Annual

“Battle for the Bayou Bash” Fundraiser & Silent Auction
Frederick J. Sigur Civic Center
Saturday, September 6, 2014 6:00PM – 10:00PM

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The Save Louisiana Coalition would like your help making our 2nd annual “Battle for the Bayou Bash” an even bigger success than the first! There will be live entertainment, Louisiana seafood, silent auctions, and much more. The proceeds from the event will help in the Save Louisiana Coalition’s efforts to support the responsible restoration of coastal Louisiana while protecting our heritage, culture, and the seafood industry that so many in our community rely on. The event will feature live music from Harvey Jesus & Fire!

Reserved tables are going fast, and we are expecting that they will sell out. If you want to be assured a seat, call or email, KerriLubrano@gmail.com / 504- 416-9853, to get yours reserved immediately! We are expecting a great turn out this year, and we are looking forward to seeing everyone of you at this wonderful event! Please call and make your reservation!

Saturday, August 30, 2014 @ 9:26:53 AM

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David

new orleans, LA USA

Taking the family to Orange Beach tomorrow and
wanted to take my boys fishing for Amberjack. not
really sure where to start since I usually fish out of
Venice. Any help on locations would be very much
appreciated.

Friday, August 1, 2014 @ 5:17:10 PM

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1specman

Baton Rouge, LA USA

Need a place to park boat and trailer next week while in condo at the beach club.  any know a place? 225 328 9616.  chris

Thursday, June 19, 2014 @ 5:27:30 AM

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Blue Runner

Hernando, MS USA

Got out 4 days last week.Nice average on snapper maybe 10-12 lbs and had a couple of biguns. One cobia,several nice kings and a few mangroves.Caught most off rigs a little over 9 miles out.Got checked by Alabama game and fish twice hope they can convince the feds to leave it them. Off to Venice for the rest of the summer season. Fish On

Wednesday, June 11, 2014 @ 1:34:45 PM

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Blue Runner

hernando, MS USA

Heading down to fish the rigs off Fort Morgan next week. Wondering if anybody has been out,whats the water look like and is there any bait around.I will post a report when we get back. Fish On

Thursday, May 29, 2014 @ 6:49:17 AM

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Capt. T-Bone

Mobile, AL USA

Theodore Canal is the only consistent place to catch large specks lately. Live shrimp is the ticket, but grubs can work too.

Water is Mobile bay is muddy, but clearing daily.

Maybe this weekend Dog River will turn on...It's overdue by 3 weeks!

Capt.T-Bone

Monday, April 28, 2014 @ 7:37:56 PM

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CCA Mississippi

Gulfport, MS USA

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The weather is looking good and there should be a good turnout. Come take a shot at one of the guaranteed $2500 first place payouts for your best sheepshead or your best trout and redfish stringer. The Captain

Thursday, February 20, 2014 @ 11:59:20 AM

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Reed Montgomery / Reeds Guide Service

Birmingham, AL USA

Weather in Alabama; Last two weeks in the teens (or lower) at night with daytime highs in the 30's and 40's. Water temps in the low to mid 40's on most Alabama lakes.

Catching Bass...fish very slow! Jig combos, finesse worms, Alabama rigs, lipless lures, suspending jerk baits, and deep diving crankbaits still fool wintertime, slow and lethargic bass.

Good news is, this weeks gradual warming trend, with Friday highs near 55 degrees. Daytime highs in the low 60 degrees by Saturday and Sunday, with a winter warming trend (first this year!) in the upper 50' and low 60's, with rain predicted for all of next week!

Water temps should reach low 50's by then!

Good Luck! Reed Montgomery / Reeds Guide Service Birmingham, Al.
Website: www.fishingalabama.com

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Wednesday, January 29, 2014 @ 2:43:24 PM

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Steve

Mobile, AL USA

We are so glad that the tigers won, bet the tears are flowing, bo,bo,ho,ho

Monday, December 2, 2013 @ 12:33:41 PM

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Captain Rick

Ocean Springs, MS USA

What a game last night, WE all are still celebrating, will probably miss work Monday too!!! GO TIGERS

Sunday, December 1, 2013 @ 8:51:56 AM

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BROOKE ANDRY

VENICE, LA USA

I am looking to trade hunting for lodging in
Venice. I have a four wheeler and a gun. I don't
have any place to use them. I do have an
amazing property or two in Venice, La.  So fish
you like fishing in the world's best fishing
destination, we may be able to work something
out. I like nice! The nicer the better. Check out
my places in Venice on my website,
www.kingfishlodges.com. If you want to trade,
email info and photos about what you can offer.

-Brooke
kingfishlodges@cox.net
(504) 231-2238

Saturday, November 9, 2013 @ 6:30:32 PM

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Whaler

Natchez, MS USA

Not seeing any posts so I thought I would post
mine and maybe more will come

Fished week of Oct 15 and them again Fri the
1st and Sat the 2nd

Caught trout under lights at night around Ono
island

Tried up in creeks around soldier but only caught
1 trout sat the 2nd. Don't think they have moved into creeks yet Will be back Nov 7 for another week Would love to figure out how to catch flounder Any pointers would be appreciated Good fishing

Monday, November 4, 2013 @ 12:41:45 PM

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Reeds Guide Service

birmingham alabama, AL USA

Alabama's Tennessee River Lakes for Fall and Early Winter Bass Fishing

Guntersville Lake Report

By Reed Montgomery/Reeds Guide Service Website: www.fishingalabama.com Birmingham, Al.

Whether your targeting big, largemouth bass on Alabama's largest, man-made impoundment, Guntersville lake or your looking for big, bronze-back beauties(smallmouth bass), on Wheeler Lake, Wilson Lake, and Pickwick Lake (all located in north Alabama), the Fall and early Winter seasons are the ultimate times to be on the water.

* That means Alabama's Guntersville Lake, for one.

Guntersville Lake
Its a lake I've fished for over 40 years and its one of the few Alabama lakes where an angler truly has, a really good chance at connecting with a trophy-sized largemouth bass.

One possibly exceeding ten pounds.

Fall shows the same shallow water action an angler can establish during the spring season as well. Except for one major factor or two. These are not tempermental bedding bass coming out of a winter state of mind.

They are voracious, feeding largemouth bass that at times will school up together and attack hapless baitfish schools, in and around the lake's shallow, grassy waters.

Meaning the use of weedless lures like frogs, buzz baits, spinnerbaits and even old favorites like a Johnson Silver Minnow (weedless spoon)...a lure that can still fool an age old largemouth bass, hopefully one exceeding ten pounds!

Or at least anglers can expect numbers of bass in the 3-5 pound range as the lake's waters begin to cool in early October on into late December.

But today's avid anglers target Guntersville's lake bass with a number of lures. Besides the weedless lures used in Guntersville lake's shallow, weedy waters there are many other lures and techniques.

Sure, you can still fish in and around the lake's often very tangled millfoil and hydrilla aquatic weeds with many other very weedless types of lures.

* Fish with weightless lures like Zoom's "Trick worms" in brighter, more easy-to-see colors of white, yellow and bubblegum, and their ever popular shad-look-a-likes, "Flukes and Super Flukes", in colors of watermelon, white or pearl white.

* These lures work great all throughout the Fall and early Winter when fished with 12-15 pound test mono or Flourocarbon line coupled with a 3/0 to 4/0 size Gamakatsu wide bend, off-set worm hook.

Getting away from the lakes endless expanse of weeds (so many anglers target), avid anglers may discover big bass holding along rip-rap rocks lining the lake's bridges and causeways.

Deep diving crankbaits, lipless lures, swim baits, heavy spinnerbaits and even shallow running crankbaits and suspending jerk baits, cover water fast. And these baitfish imitating lures often get the more anxious, big bass bites in these cooler, water situations.

Oh, but theres more, much, much more.

Anglers getting out on the lakes deeper waters may discover that "motherlode" of schools of big bass, that other shallow water anglers may overlook.

Techniques like the use of multi-type lure rigs like the now ever popular, "Alabama Rig" work great in cool weather when fished along deep river ledges, old river channel drop-offs, the mouths of major feeder creeks and along deep water drops found along main lake flats.

You can include the use of dozens of other types of lures, fished on or near the lakes bottom, as well. Heavy, football head jig combos, over sized Texas rigged ten inch worms and lizards.

Creature type lures, tube baits, jigging spoons and tail spinners and crayfish imitations rigged Carolina style work too!

But only if your there.

This Fall and early Winter seasons make plans to visit Alabama's "big bass factory"...Guntersville Lake!

Good Luck and Good Fishin' Reed Montgomery, Owner of Reeds Guide Service, "Alabama's oldest, professional --bass fishing only-- guide service for over 40 years" Website www.fishingalabama.com

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Monday, October 7, 2013 @ 11:28:25 AM

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elmer fudd

mobile, AL USA

First day of fall 2013 Red Snapper season was great.  We fished about 20 miles SW of Dauphin Island.  ALthough it was a little rough maybe 3 ft seas with larger swells, the water was clear blue.  The Snapper were everywhere although the sows were few and far between.  We did catch a few bigger Snapper but most fish were 18-20 inch. I hope the weather improves and everyone gets a chance to fill the freezer this fall.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013 @ 3:57:06 PM

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Walter

SENOIA, GA USA

Can anyone confirm that the Oct 1 red
snapper season has been closed in
alabama.

Friday, August 30, 2013 @ 7:11:45 AM

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Ronnie

Dauphin Island, AL USA

What happened to all the "Good" post on here? Nothing but junk on here now if there's anything at all posted. Trying to remember the names of some of the past contributors, tic tack do or something like that? Anyhow, I'm back in the south and wanting to know what's happening out there?

Thursday, August 29, 2013 @ 2:15:35 PM

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Allen

Gulf Shores, AL USA

Went the distance in search of tuna. Struck out at the
drill ship Deepwater Pathfinder. 90+ miles off Orange
Beach, Al. Save your gas. The water was dirty with no
bait in sight. Everyone is worried about the red
snapper but where are the tuna? Seems to be getting
worse every year.
7/26/2013

Saturday, July 27, 2013 @ 6:24:38 PM

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bigfish

new orleans, LA USA

i'm looking for a female angler to fidh this sat in the OB ladie's tournament,

must exchange pics.

please contact me ASAP if interested.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 @ 11:09:17 AM

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Rob/Sea Chaser

Saraland, AL USA

New to the area, fished mobile bay today with not much success, only seven white trout, any tips would be appreciated. Trying to learn the area.

Saturday, June 29, 2013 @ 10:11:17 PM

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Abe

Nixa, MO USA

Headed to DI soon and thinking about a off-shore fishing trip.  Chartered out of there before with Capt Mike and also Dorado, which I had a great time with both, but I am wondering if DI has a "walk-on" fishing boat?  I have been on them before in FLA where you show up, pay a small fee and it covers rod/reel, bait and license but alot cheaper then trying to charter an entire boat to yourself.  Just thinking I would do something like this instead of a charter since there will just be 2 of us fishing this time, instead of 6-8.  

Ideas?

Wednesday, June 26, 2013 @ 12:47:31 PM

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SaltT

auburn, AL USA

Went out of orange beach sat and
sunday, went southwest about thirty
miles sat .i have never seen so many
boats every spot within twenty miles
had atleast three bpoats on it . we
fish two public spots , using frozen
cigar minnows , caught limit (6)
snapper every one was about the same
size around thirteen to fifteen lbs by
10:00 we were finished trolled on way
back for about five miles never picked
up a fish . went back out sunday for
short trip only ran about twelve miles
to private spot caught three keeper and
blinner moved to public spot about
three miles south .a storm was coming
in on us ,it tured fish on hooked a big
cobia but lost it got two more snapper
headed in . two great days on the
water.

Friday, June 21, 2013 @ 10:05:47 AM

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Walter

SENOIA, GA USA

Fished saturday about 18 miles due
south and found plenty of keeper
snapper.  Had a run in with a guy
anchored on a public number.  Had
marked 2 spots close to this number the
day before.  When I went back to it on
Saturday this guy was pulling up anchor
as I was searching for the spots I had
marked.  I realized after looking for
spots I marked that this guy started
running circles around me.  I was
hoping I would run in to this guy back
at the ramp, don't know why he had to
be such a a hole. I was on several
spots during the day with plenty of
boats on them and everyone got along.
To the guy who did this to me I have
your numbers and have made a report.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 @ 9:01:44 AM

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Allen

Fort Morgan , AL USA

Fished out of fort Morgan Friday with capt Bryant
Redeye charters started trolling first caught
about 7 nice king mackerel  then we went out for
some bottom fishing 5 of us  caught red snapper
till we where wore out kept the limit of big sows!!
Had a great trip I would suggest anyone looking
for a charter go with capt Bryant great guy and
he will put u on the fish!!

Friday, June 14, 2013 @ 2:25:23 PM

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Blue Runner

hernando, MS USA

Made it out twice last week and found the snapper with no problems. Nice average size with the biggest an 18#sow. Hooked a giant cobia but lost it at the boat. Snapper on public structure within 20 miles of Fort Morgan.

Monday, June 10, 2013 @ 11:44:27 AM

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Walter

SENOIA, GA USA

Headed down to Fort Morgan this week for
a few days of snapper fishing.  Just
checking out to see how you guys have
been doing so far this season.  Does
anyone know how far out blue water is.

Monday, June 10, 2013 @ 7:27:03 AM

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JOHN WAYNE

CLARKE COUNTY, AL USA

DUCK HUNTING AVAILABLE: Private back water lake for duck hunter. Good roads and access even during high water. 50 acres. lease 1,500.00. call 251/454/3492. Leave your number.

Monday, June 10, 2013 @ 7:25:05 AM

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Fishing 24-7 Guide Service

Cullman, AL USA

I've been about the only one posting for over a
year and a half. No body else post here any
ways and as for my business. One frustrated
client out of a year and half of post. Not bad if
you ask me, your not always going to make
everybody happy. As for the site I have nothing
to do with people on the coast, sitting on there
couch at home and not fishing. If love to see
some reports. I post striped bass reports, if you
don't wont to read them don't click on it. Have a
good one and instead of talking about this, go
out and fish you internet warrior

Monday, May 27, 2013 @ 9:29:52 AM

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past reporter

cullman, AL USA

Smith Lake, if you would leave this post, maybe we'd get back to normal.  I can't speak for everyone but it is obvious to me you're only here to promote your buisness, which i understand is suspect based on a prior posting.  Just a thought.

Friday, May 24, 2013 @ 2:01:17 PM

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Fishing 24-7 Guide Service

Cullman, AL USA

Smith Lake
May 22nd, 2013

It's been a busy couple of weeks on the water.
Sorry for the lack of reports, not much free time
during this time of year. As for the fishing it's
heating back up after fighting through the post
spawn part. We're still catching fish many
different ways. Everything from planer boards,
down lines, umbrella rigs, and topwater. I'm
running night trips again as the fishing is pretty
good on your average night. I will be running a
special for people looking to beat the heat and
catch some good ones. Starting May 29th I'll be
offering a early morning trip with both night and
daytime fish. We will start at 3 am and end at 9
am. Last year these trip provided some if the
biggest fish we boated all year. Also for Father's
Day I'm offering a 8 hour trip for the 6 hour trip
rate of $325. Gift certificates are good for one
year from date of purchase. Rates good for 3
people, add a 4th person for $25 extra.

Smith Lake Striper Club added its 20th member
last week. Only 5 spots left open, below is a
couple reports of a club member who didn't know
how to fish for stripers. But is now catching fish
on a regular bases.

This club offers the weekend angler a weekly
report with maps of where, when, and how we
are catching fishing.  Add in the discussion
board were members can ask any questions
they have about stripe fishing. This is the only
fishing club were a guide provides in depth
reports and tells you were to catch them.

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Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 6:29:38 AM

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Ricky

Ocean Springs, MS USA

Spent the past week in Pensacola. Saw some nice cobia caught on the pier, Hopefully with the weather their will be here soon. Probably, a week or two after the Biloxi tournament.

Saturday, April 20, 2013 @ 7:40:36 AM

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titeline

Gulfshores, AL USA

what are they catching around Gulf Shores and
Orange Beach Alabama anyone know?

Thursday, March 21, 2013 @ 1:30:32 AM

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Fishing 24-7 Guide Service

Bham, AL USA

Hope everybody enjoyed the striped bass
reports. If you would like to keep up with the
fishing on Smith lake. Checkout
www.fishing24-7guideservice.com or
www.striper247smithlake.com
Hope everybody has a good summer. I'm sure a
couple people from the coast will get off there
couch and start posting reports. It's time for the
far weather fisherman from the coast to start
posting there 3 reports for the year.

Monday, March 18, 2013 @ 1:31:47 PM

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Fred

Hoover, AL United States

In response to TUCKER

My best luck trolling has been with a
saltwater Supertrap. Best color, white
with a red head. All over the Dixey Bar,
even when it's shallow enough for the
bait to drag bottom.

Once you find them stay with them. You'll
get all you want.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 @ 4:33:26 PM

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wayne

coffeeville, AL USA

I have 500 acres on the river in coffeeville al. I want to lease my spring turkey right out for $1,500.00
Lots of tukeys no problem harvesting your limit in long beards. 251/345/0000 Ext 1702

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 @ 2:06:20 PM

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Titeline

Gulfshores Al., AL USA

What Is going at Gulf State Peir
Ay one now if they are catchen?

Saturday, February 9, 2013 @ 9:17:00 AM

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Smith Lake, AL USA

Smith Lake
February 6th, 2013

I spent the last two days fishing from big bridge
to misty harbor.  While spending most of my time
between goat island and misty harbor. On
Monday the fish were a little tighter then today.
We didn't catch our first fish till mid morning. On
days that there really spread out and you have
murky water trolling mite be your best option.
Depending on the weather, I think we are still a
couple weeks from prime time. While the water
had warmed up some during the rain weeks, it
has drop to 49 over the past two day. I want be
hitting the water till mid day, as the bites seem to
pick up as the morning gets later. I will be fishing
some afternoons this week, this is the time of
year you shouldn't have trouble getting them to
bite.  As the water warms up they will start to
move less and should sit in areas longer. If your
interested in booking a trip give me a call.

Mike Walker
(205)503-2020

Website:
www.fishing24-7guideservice.com

Email:
Walker@fishing24-7guideservice.com

Wednesday, February 6, 2013 @ 10:28:56 PM

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TUCKER

DAUPHIN ISLAND, AL USA

I have heard the big red fish are off of fort morgan this time of the year. Trolling and live bait is the way to go. Any input would help. thanks

Wednesday, February 6, 2013 @ 1:12:01 PM

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Fishing 24-7

Bham, AL USA

I stop posting reports for a minute just to show
you the only reason the few people on the coast
put up reports is so they can bitch about
something. I'm not sure many people read this
site anymore. But for the ones that do ill have my
reports back up every week just like the last two
years. I hope everybody had a good holidays
and maybe by April the moles will stick there
head out

Smith Lake
January 15th, 2013

The past week or so of fishing has been up and
down. With two major fronts moving through and
enough rain to put the lake at full pool it's
definitely hurt fishing. Before the latest round of
weather, fishing was really picking up. If you
could find them, it was no problem catching
them. Things should start to settle back down by
Thursday and it looks like will have consistent
weather for over a week.  I expect the bite to
pick back up where it left of before these two
fronts. Before the fronts we had some great days
on the water and fish continue to push north with
every passing day. I've been targeting most of
the fish in depths from 25-55 feet.  Live bait has
been the top producer. Also I will be fishing my
first night trips of the season this up and coming
weekend. Night fishing has finally picked up and
from now till June action will be hot.  With late
January and February being your best time to
catch a big one around the lights. There are very
few fishing trips period, that compare to sight
fishing big striped bass. There are not many
lakes where you can see what you catching 20
feet deep at night. It's a whole different
experience than a day time trip. If your interested
in a trip in the next couple months, make sure to
contact me as I'm booking dates for February
and March trips with that being peak season.

Over the next two weeks, I'll be running a special
on Striper Club memberships. Join the only club
with a private website where you receive the
most in depth fishing reports with maps and fish
locations. Checkout my website for more info or
contact me if you have any questions.  

Don't forget our monthly striped bass tournament
will be held out of Speegle's Marina on January
19th, 2013. Open to the public

Mike Walker
(205)503-2020

Website:
www.fishing24- 7guideservice.com

Email:
Walker@fishing24- 7guideservice.com

Wednesday, January 16, 2013 @ 7:30:56 AM

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