4/5/13 2 day Deep Water Tile Fish, Snowy Grouper and Giant Amberjack by Captain Rich of Fishing Reports

Excerpt from this article by Captain Rich: “This past weekend’s deep water trip was very exciting for both the crew and our fishermen. The weather on Friday night and Saturday morning was very nautical. We were on the backside of a cold front and the wind was humming at around 25 knots. After a very […]

Fishing report – Croakers, mullet in range of piers now

Click on the link below to see this article by Star News Online regarding inshore and offshore fishing reports. Amberjacks, cobia, African pompano, blackfin tuna and wahoo are being caught offshore. This article covers reports on the following areas: Topsail Island, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina/Shore Beach, Offshore Wilmington, Lower Brunswick County and Sutton Lake. Fishing report […]

Parasites cause natural death of greater amberjack in Mediterranean by Analia Murias

“Scientists from the Institute Cavanilles for Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology of the Science Park of the University of Valencia for the first time described the natural mortality of fish due to parasites in the Mediterranean Sea. The team of experts studied the greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili) in the waters of Mallorca, Alicante, Corsica and Sardinia. […]

Lower Keys Amberjack by Florida Sportsman swordslayer71

Florida Sportsman forum article. If you register for Florida Sportsman, you can see some great pics of the Amberjack and Snappers that were caught. To view entire article, click on link below: Lower Keys Amberjack Check out our Daddy Mac Lures: Trophy Series Casting Jigs Diamond Series Elite Series

Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo makes major format changes, adds cash-prize divisions

During the 2012 rodeo, three fish were off limits – red snapper, amberjack and triggerfish, prompting Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo officials to make some changes to recapture fishermen lost to impacts of federal fisheries management in the Gulf of Mexico. President Chris Hankins said, “we felt we had to do something to increase ticket […]

Tampa Bay Times reports Captain Dave Mistretta recommends going for Amberjack this Spring

Summary: Captain Dave Mistretta of the Jaws Too out of Indian Rocks Beach reports that large Amberjack have started to trek to the East from far out in the Gulf. Of note, Kingfish were not found in large numbers. He notes that even though Gag Grouper season is not open, they have migrated to depths […]