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Cobia with Lemon Caper Sauce

Ingredients: 1/3 cup all-purpose flour ¼ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon pepper 1 ¼ lb. cobia or sea bass fillets, cut into 4 pieces 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/3 cup dry white wine ½ cup...

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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 and Cobia Fishing

If you didn’t know, spring is the perfect time to fish for Cobia as these fish begin migrating from the east to west. They can be found in a variety of habitats including coral reefs, rocky...

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Sector Separation

“Let's go fishing!” This sounds like a great idea, but with all of the fishing rules and regulations, it has become complicated. In October 2014, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management...

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Pan Roasted Cobia with Double Basil Pesto

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How to Catch Cobia

Fishing for schools of migrating Cobia is one of the most exciting types of fishing there is. It pits angler against fish. It begins by riding along the beach in 30 - 60 feet of water while looking or...

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Bait for Cobia

Cobia are known to have very tough mouths and will eat just about anything when they are ready to feed. Dead squid or minnows have caught their fair share of this big brown fish. When planning a day...

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Spring Charters and Cobia

Perhaps one of the best times to catch Cobia is in the spring, most notably late March through the end of April. It is during this time frame that migrating Cobia come closer to the Alabama shoreline...

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Red Snapper with Cilantro, Garlic, and Lime

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How long will the Gulf Headboat Program last?

The Gulf of Mexico Headboat Collaborative Pilot program began January 1, 2014 and will last 2 years. The species covered in this program are red snapper and gag grouper....

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