Todd Kuhn

Dr. Todd Kuhn is considered a leading expert on inshore light tackle techniques – opting for fly-fishing and spinning equipment. The Gulfport, Miss., resident was awarded a doctorate in Environmental Engineering in 1996

Louisiana’s Epic Wakeboats Finds Niche

Epic Wakeboats has been building wake boats for nearly 12-years.

Builder Offers Technology at Value Price Epic Wakeboats has been building wake boats for nearly 12-years. In 2011, they decided to move their manufacturing facility from Southern California to Vivian, La. Now, Epic is filling a niche in the bay …

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The Sinking of the LuLu – Alabama’s New Artificial Reef

Photography by Lila Harris, Aquatic Soul Photography

Her cavernous births and sprawling cargo decks once clamored as merchant marines bustled about making wage managing the apportioned consignment. Heavy payloads pushed wake, taxing the giant diesels, who churned tirelessly across vast oceans to distant ports of call. Here, …

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The Afterlife: Artificial Reefs

Photo courtesy of Keith Mille, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Historians credit the ancient Persians with constructing the first artificial reef across the mouth of the Tigris, as a barricade against marauding Indian pirates. Today, artificial reef building has morphed into a strange science, with an eclectic array of landlocked …

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The Gulf of Mexico’s Zombie Dead Zone

Dead Zone Summer” Summer phytoplankton conditions along the Gulf Coast. Image courtesy of NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio

In 1968, George Romero’s black-and-white sci-fi thriller, Night of the Living Dead, introduced movie goers to his frightfully hideous, flesh-munching zombies. These “undead,” reanimated creatures roamed the earth wreaking havoc and leaving dead zones behind in their insatiable quest for …

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Jack Holmes: King of the King Mackeral

Jack Holmes: King of the King Mackeral

It was 1986, Reagan was in the Whitehouse, the King was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and America mourned the loss of the Space Shuttle Challenger crew. In North Carolina, a handful of rogue off-shorer’s were …

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Time to Fish the Gulf Coast Billfish Classic

Some of the world’s top anglers and research scientists will converge for the 15th annual Gulf Coast Billfish Classic June 3-9 at the Golden Nugget in Biloxi, Miss. Founded in 1997, the tournament is considered the premier billfishing event in …

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