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Spring Fishing and Sheepshead

As we head into spring, inshore fishing is very popular. One species sought after during this time are sheepshead.  Sheepshead are a black and silvery white striped fish and have thus earned the...

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Pan Roasted Cobia with Double Pesto Basil

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Sauteed Cobia with Tomatoes and Capers

Try this wonderful recipe with a simple preparation and simple topping. ...

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Fishing for Cobia

Fishing for Cobia is considered one of the most exciting types of fishing there is. It begins by riding along the beach in 30 - 60 feet of water while looking or scanning the surface until you hear...

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About Cobia

Cobia are also known as black kingfish, black salmon, or ling. They are sleek looking fish and can resemble sharks in appearance. They are dark brown on top and have a white bottom. They usually have...

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Spring Charters and Cobia

Perhaps one of the best times to catch Cobia is in the spring. Along our Gulf Coast, Cobia tend to inhabit the Panhandle area in late February, early March. They then travel southward along the coast...

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Celebrate Mardi Gras and Catch a Charter with Us

Laissez Bon Temps Roule!  While Mardi Gras originally started in Mobile in 1703 and is celebrated all along the Gulf Coast, Joseph Stillwell Cain, Jr. is recognized as the man responsible for the...

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Eco-Tours Aboard Hooked-up

Hooked-up Inshore Charter Eco-Tours provide a personalized outing for up to 6 passengers. Your captain, licensed by the United States Coast Guard, will explain the elements of our area’s...

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Grilled Triggerfish

Gray Triggerfish was once thought to be a “trash” fish, but is now a favorite among anglers. Its white fillets are mild with a nutty smell. Try this grilled recipe complete with a...

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Bait for Triggerfish

Triggerfish inhabit hard bottom ledges and artificial reefs in water depths that exceed 80 feet. They are almost always found in association with red snapper.  Triggers are commonly caught on squid...

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