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Restoring Gulf of Mexico Fisheries One Mile at a Time

In the coming years, our finfish and shellfish stocks will need as much new clean nursery habitat as possible to recover rapidly from the impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.  Mobile Bay has been relatively protected from the worst aspects of the disaster because of the large volume of freshwater inflows from the Bay's major tributaries.

By building 100 miles of oyster reefs we will create the conditions needed to plant, support and promote more than 1000 acres of coastal marsh and seagrass.

•Providing habitat for oyster larvae to settle and colonize
•Serving as nursery habitat for commercially and recreationally important finfish and shellfish (shrimp, blue crab, speckled trout, red drum, southern flounder, ladyfish and gray snapper)
•Dampening of wave energy and decreasing erosion
•Stabilizing sediments and decreasing turbidity

As recovery continues through the next several decades, this effort will not put Mobile Bay back to where it was when the spill started, but Mobile Bay will be ahead by 100 miles of oyster reef and 1,000-plus acres of marsh and/or seagrass. This project physically constructs oyster reefs and promotes the development of marsh and seagrass habitat, primarily through natural recruitment, but with supplemental planting as well. The project also includes critical job creation and community involvement components to support and sustain the vision of a better coastal Alabama.

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FM Talk 106.5

FM Talk 106.5 is a conservative talk radio station located in Mobile Alabama.  Listen to Captain Bobby Abruscato with the live (and most of the time on the water) “Weekend Fishing Report” every Thursday morning at 7:50 am.

You can listen online at
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McCoy Outdoor Co.
Since 1975 McCoy Outdoor Co. has been Mobile's premier hunting and fishing outfitter.  Located at 3498 Springhill Ave.  Mobile, 36608, they will be happy to help with any of your hunting, shooting, fishing, gear or apparel needs.  Contact them at  473-1080. 


Gulf Coast Angler’s Association
The Gulf Coast Angler’s Association offers a series on one day redfish tournaments with a two day, no entry fee championship at the end of the season. They also have a season-long team of the year competition awarded to the team scoring the most points based on tournament finishes.  The tournaments are held in South Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast and are open to any one or two man teams with an entry fee of $150.00. Creel is two redfish 18-27” and anglers can use artificial bait only. Payouts are cash and trophies and door prizes are awarded at every tournament.


OHO Polarized Fishing Sunglasses
Old Harbor Outfitters sunglasses are built with Beneath the Surface(tm), triple polarized lens technology allowing anglers to see further beneath the waters edge than ever before.


Dauphin Island Marina
Dauphin Island Marina is a full service marina located near the Gulf of Mexico Intracoastal Waterway, at the mouth of Mobile Bay. The Dauphin Island Marina is inside a sheltered bay making it safe and secure for traveling yachtsmen and fishermen. Transient boats are welcome and the fuel dock opens early.


Great Days Outdoors Magazine
Great Days Outdoors Magazine covers fishing, hunting and outdoors-related subjects throughout Alabama with an emphasis on hunting and fishing ethics, the family outdoors and sound conservation practices.
They focus their efforts on what is happening in the great outdoors right now. Their features and columns are unique because the second you finish reading one, you can put the information to use right outside your back door.
If you don’t have a subscription to this magazine, I suggest you
click here to get one today!


Shallow Water Angler Magazine
At great magazine covering inshore saltwater fishing from Texas to New England.


Coastal Conservation Association (CCA)
Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) is a non-profit organization comprised of 15 coastal state chapters spanning the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic seaboard. From South Texas to the upper reaches of Maine, CCA’s grassroots influence is felt through state capitals, U.S. Congress and, most importantly, in the conservation and restoration of our coastal marine resources.


Alabama Coastal Fishing Association
ACFA is a local inshore saltwater fishing club. Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month to promote friendship, sportsmanship, and conservation along coastal Alabama.

They have one of the best message boards for this area.


Weeks Bay Fishing Club

The Weeks Bay Fishing Club is dedicated to promoting inshore fishing, by providing a network of fishing knowledge and community service in the Weeks Bay Area. Their membership includes expert Anglers in a wide variety of inshore saltwater fishing. They are dedicated to educating anglers and protecting our natural resources.

The monthly meetings feature fishing reports on Speckled Trout, Redfish, Tripletail, Flounder and other species found in the Weeks Bay area. They utilize expert guest speakers to pass along knowledge and the latest techniques. They hold equipment raffles at every Meeting and we conduct monthly fishing contests with Cash Prizes and Awards.

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