Alabama Gulf Coast fish Identification

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Fish We Catch On Alabama's Gulf Coast
Red Snapper in Orange Beach/Gulf Shores, Alabama:
Red Snapper is the most plentiful of all snapper species in the northern Gulf of Mexico. They are found around shallow water artificial reefs all the way out to deep bottom structures such as oil rigs and pipelines. If there are structures on the bottom of the gulf, there is a good chance that Red Snapper are not far away. Red Snapper are fun to catch and offer anglers a chance to catch one tough fish that puts up one heck of a fight when hooked.
Red Snapper are usually 3 to 10 pounds average with some as large 30 pounds. Red Snapper is excellent grilled, baked or fried.
Red Snapper season changes annually. The limit is two per person and they must be 16 inches long in order to keep them. The Gulf Red Snapper off Orange Beach and Gulf Shores are usually 18 to 20 inches long.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Gag Grouper in Orange Beach/Gulf Shores, Alabama:
Gag Grouper is found mostly in the Gulf of Mexico. They used to be very abundant but have been overfished to the point of where they are tough to catch. Gag Grouper are found around shallow water reefs; but, most are in deep water near rocks and ledges. Gags are fun to catch. The Gag Grouper are usually 5 to 10 pounds average in weight; but, if you get real lucky, a 30 to 40 pounder is out there.
Gulf Gag Grouper are a white meat and the texture is semi soft. It tastes better than Red Snapper. It is good undercooked a bit. You don't want to cook Gag Grouper to the point where it flakes apart. It is excellent grilled, baked or fried. If you fry grouper, you are missing out on the succulent flavor of a fine eating fish.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Amberjack in Orange Beach/Gulf Shores, Alabama:
Amberjack is also known as the Greater Amberjack and is caught on mostly large structures and reefs in the Gulf of Mexico. They offer a great fight for even the toughest angler.
The average size of an Amberjack is about 15 to 18 pounds. There are a lot of 20 to 25 pounders. These fish can grow up to close to 100 pounds.
Amberjack is a good fish to eat and has a firm texture to its meat. It is good cooked on the grill. Do not over cook it. It becomes rubbery if you grill too long. As with any fish, you may fry it. It is good either way.
There is a bag limit of one Amberjack per person, per day in the Gulf of Mexico. They have to be 30 inches at the fork length to keep them. An Amberjack over 20 pounds...

Vermilion snapper inhabit depths of 59 to 400 feet but are most abundant at depths less than 180 feet.


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Catching WHITES -2

2004-12-18 13:02:57 by WHites

Lake whitefish generally spawn in the late autumn just prior to freeze-up in shallow water (often less than 25 feet), usually over a hard or stony bottom, but sometimes over sand. Spawning can occur under the ice in some lakes, however. What does this tell you? Well, like most fish, spent adults are hungry following the spawning season. Often the best lake whitefish catches are shortly after they spawn in the month of December, just when the ice is safe to travel on. Use caution on ice and always test the conditions. Never walk on ice that is less than four inches thick and don't drive on ice that is less than 12 inches thick


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