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alabama crappie

Pre-Spawn Slabs: Where to Catch Alabama Crappie

by Game & Fish Staff 0

With the weather warming, Alabama crappie are getting ready to spawn, which means anglers are getting ready to catch them…. more »

AL Fishing Calendar Feature

2018 Alabama Fishing Calendar

by Eileen Davis 0

JANUARY – Lake Mitchell Spotted Bass “Winter is absolutely the best time to catch spotted bass on Lake Mitchell,” said Dustin… more »

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Best Vacation Lodges In Alabama

by John Felsher 0

The Alabama State Park system officially began nearly 80 years ago when the Alabama Legislature passed the Department of Conservation… more »

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Winter Hunting & Fishing In Alabama

by Game & Fish Staff 0

While the weather is cold and sometimes harsh, hunting and fishing options in Alabama still abound in the winter months.

Gulf Coast Fishing

Gulf Coast Vacation Havens for Anglers

by John Felsher 0

The Gulf of Mexico is well known as a vacation haven for families, but not many realize that there are… more »

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2017 Alabama Trophy Bucks

by Carolee Boyles 0

Trophy bucks can pop up anywhere. Biologists claim that the right combination of decent genetics, good nutrition and enough years to… more »

Alabama Hunting Forecast

Fall Hunting In Alabama Forecast

by Jim Barta 0

Fall is a great time to be a sportsman or woman in Alabama, as there are so many hunting opportunities from which to choose.

Georgia bear

Giant Georgia Bear, Deer Breeder Fined $750K, Mutilated Stripers: State Outdoors News

by Scott Bernarde 0

In the field notes: Here’s a roundup of state outdoors news, which includes a story on the huge fine assessed on… more »

2017 Alabama Deer Forecast Feature

2017 Alabama Deer Forecast

by Carolee Boyles 0

Fall is in the air, and it’s time to head to the woods to look for some venison. Hunters across… more »

fall inshore fishing

Hot Fall Inshore Fishing for Reds, Trout, Flounder & More

by Frank Sargeant 0

As water cools along the Alabama coast, reds, seatrout, flounder and more move closer in and become available to fall inshore… more »

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