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Fishing the Oil Rigs Filled with Surprises

  Fishing the Oil Rigs Filled with Surprises By Craig Lamb The wahoo clears the surface after slamming your lure on the first cast. On the next, it’s a deep charging run of a grouper. Your fishing buddy puts another snapper into the cooler. You make another cast, not knowing what might bite next. All […]

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Never Strike Out with Home Run Charters

“We had our limit of red snapper in about 15 minutes.” “We were headed back to the dock by lunch time with about 700 pounds of fish.”

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Ready to Snap

  Ready to Snap Gulf of Mexico fishermen are seeing more red snapper than they have in a long time, but a broken management system is making them see red of another kind.   by Daryl Carson and Fred Garth   Recreational red snapper management in the Gulf of Mexico is a big mess, and […]

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Management of the Oceans

  Management of the Oceans “SnapperGate” – Ridiculousness in Red Snapper Management   by Fred Garth, Editor, Guy Harvey Magazine   Most experts agree that red snapper are abundant in the Gulf of Mexico. And the good news is, their numbers are growing. So, why is the government shortening the fishing season for snapper every […]

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