Fishing & Boating

July 5, 2012 3:45 PM

Capt. Markham | Churned-up water produces trout, ladyfish, black seabass

June begins a period on the Gulf Coast known as hurricane season. Things were cooking early with lots of action heating up in the tropics, with storms brewing early. Last week was pretty much spent watching the effects of Tropical Storm Debby as she made her way into the Gulf of Mexico, stirring up the waters, unloading torrential rains and spawning tornadoes. Bad side of these storms is that damage to personal property was recorded with some major flooding issues, but worse than that, several deaths were as a result of the storm's fury.

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