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Pensacola / Pensacola Beach

Pensacola / Pensacola Beach April 2019

Don McPherson March was typical with some very nice days and some windy days. The water is still cool but … Apr 1st, 2019

Kayak Report April 2019

By: Benton Parrott Spring is finally here this month. Warmer days and warmer water should bring the bite on. Early … Apr 1st, 2019

Lake Martin April 2019

By: Capt David B. Hare Alex City Guide Service wants to send our thoughts and prayers out to everyone that … Apr 1st, 2019

Mobile Bay / Eastern Shore April 2019

Capt. Dan Kolenich Good bye winter. Water temps are headed for the 70’s and it looks like we are beginning … Apr 1st, 2019

Diving Report: Are you going to eat that?

By: Kerry Freeland / Dive Pros Let me preface this article with the fact that I love seafood. I might … Mar 1st, 2019

Orange Beach – March 2019

Captain Johnny Willis With temperatures beginning to rise and spring on its way our area is beginning to see a … Mar 1st, 2019

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Second Phase Of The Bp Trial: What You Need To Know

The second phase of the trial to determine how much more money BP owes for its Gulf spill wrapped up in late October. Here’s what you need to know:Nov 1st, 2013

Give the Gift of Diving

It is not an exaggeration to say that scuba lessons were the best gift I ever received. My parents gave me scuba lessons for Christmas in 1985, when I was fifteen years old. I was that kid that never missed a Jacques Cousteau television special and watched '"Flipper" every week dreaming of being able to live a life on and under the water. Before I even finished my lessons I was working at the dive shop after school. Sweeping floors, hanging up dripping wetsuits and filling tanks doesn't sound like fun to most, but I was having a blast, just being around diving. Fast-forward 28 years and I am still working in a dive shop, enjoying my dream job. Nov 1st, 2013

Evening “Flatboys”

For most of October we will see high tides during evening and early morning hours. The best conditions for shore diving in our area are found at high tide. Sep 28th, 2013

Live Action!

You can smell the salt rising on the air. The waves are breaking slightly against the boats in the harbor, you lookout across to the islands thinking quietly to yourself I'll be out there fishing soon. Don't let this moment in time pass. Pick up the phone call a captain. Aug 27th, 2013

Summertime Fishing is Hot: Treating Heat Exhaustion

Know the signs of heat exhaustion: unconsciousness, seizures, difficulty breathing, confusion, vomiting and diarrhea, rapid heartbeat, and hot, dry flushed skin without sweating. Aug 27th, 2013

Lionfish invasion…Let’s Fight Back!

The sport of spearfishing is governed by federal and state regulations, and we have the same size and creel limits as anglers. Spearfishing has been found to be the most environmentally friendly form of fishing due to being highly selective, having no by-catch, causing no habitat damage, nor creating stress or harm to protected endangered species. These facts prove a spearfisherman can harvest their catch without doing any harm to the reef, but can he actually help the health of the reef? Absolutely! The newest target species for us gulf coast hunters is the invasive lionfish. The last few years has seen an explosion in the local population of these beautiful, but extremely harmful fish. Aug 1st, 2013

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