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Easy Fried Snapper and Grouper

Easy Fried Snapper and Grouper

Posted on February 03, 2018

Nothing tastes better than eating fresh fish you just caught on your off shore charter. Here is an easy recipe that we hope you will enjoy! What you will need is: 2 eggs ¼ cup water Oil for frying Seafood breading mix (we like Louisiana fish fry) Rinse and pat dry your fillets with a...

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What Will We Catch: Red Grouper

What Will We Catch: Red Grouper

Posted on January 14, 2018

We do offshore fishing for red grouper year round. To be a “keeper” they must be 20” or larger in overall length and there is a limit of two per person. The average size “keeper” weighs 5-7lbs but we can catch them quite a bit larger then that. These fish are reddish brown in color...

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What will we catch: Mangrove snapper

What will we catch: Mangrove snapper

Posted on December 21, 2017

Mangrove snapper or also known as gray snapper are very desired for eating and can be kept year round. These fish have a mild white fillet and can be prepared numerous ways. They must be a minimum of 12” in overall length to be kept. They start their life cycle in the mangroves as juveniles....

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Cobia Captain’s Way

Cobia Captain’s Way

Posted on December 01, 2017

Cobia is a beautiful white mild fish and can be cooked in a variety of ways here is a very simple favorite way from Captain Clarence. Place a generous amount of butter in a frying pan. Coat your fillet of Cobia with your favorite seasoning in this case he uses a creole mix and salt...

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Proper Care of your Catch

Proper Care of your Catch

Posted on November 30, 2017

You spent the time, effort and money to go offshore fishing and you caught fish. So what is the best way to properly care for your catch? The first question we have is do you want to eat them? If you don’t want to eat them we are happy to release them alive offshore to...

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60 days post Irma

60 days post Irma

Posted on November 10, 2017

We weathered the hurricane at a friend’s house in Verona Walk. The eyewall went right over us and we did go out in the calm of the eye for a short time. That community did very well. Some screens and screen enclosures were down and trees were down everywhere to the point where we had...

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