Watch out for cobia tags – PHOTOS
CCA Alabama successfully deployed all four Wildlife Computers mini-PSAT tags funded by the state chapter on cobia last year thanks with the help of Capt. Richard Rutland of Cold-Blooded Fishing. The tags differ from our tarpon SPOT tags in that they ...
Recreational angling is a powerful economic engine in Alabama
Originally Published on www.thisisalabama.org Feb 18th, 2020
Alabama is home to fantastic angling opportunities as well as some great conservation success stories. You don’t have to look far to see the impact that recreational angl...
NOAA Fisheries officially establishes state management program Washington, D.C. – February 6, 2020 – Today, the recreational fishing and boating community praised final action taken by NOAA Fisheries to implement state management for private anglers fishing for red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico. Today’s action cements the management changes found in “Reef Fish ...
CCA AL is excited to introduce the first ever Heritage Level Life Membership honoring Joseph “Joe” Sledge Norton III of Loxley, Alabama. Joe grew up following the footsteps of numerous outdoors men where many of life’s lessons were taught within the backdrop of the Mobile Tensaw Delta and surroundin...
Archives: TIDE Magazine Issue January/February 2011
The Red Hot Creeks of Mobile Bay
By Ed Mashburn
If you are lucky enough to take an airplane ride over Alabama’s Mobile Bay, you might notice two things very quickly. First, there is an awful lot of open water in the bay s...
TIDE MAGAZINE JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2012 ISSUE
Alabama’s Bon Secour River is a hidden gem that keeps on getting better. Text and Photos by Ed Mashburn
When it comes to scenery, Alabama’s Bon Secour River just about has it all. Bucolic shrimp boats line weathered...