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The Scuttlebutt

A butt was a barrel. Scuttle meant to chop a hole in something. The scuttlebutt was a water barrel with a hole cut into it so that sailors could reach in and dip out drinking water. Soon, "the scuttlebutt" became the place where the ship's gossip was exchanged.

Gather 'round the scuttlebutt with us as we share our news from Adventure Yacht Harbor!

AYH Fishing Report

September 2, 2017

“The river is full of Mangrove Snapper, and we’re finally getting some keeper-sized Lane Snapper,” said Rachael Reynolds from R&R Charters. “We’re catching Pompano and some good sized Bonnethead Sharks too.” (pictured with her charter and their shark catch) “The Fall Mullet Run is starting now- big redfish and snook can be found at the […]

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Good Luck, Jim!

August 1, 2016

All month long we will be saying good-bye to our dear friend and Harbormastor, Jim Boren, as he moves on to another chapter in his life. We will ALL miss Jim! Mark your calendar for Jim’s last day here – Wed., August 31, from 4pm – 7pm as we will toast his retirement with beer, […]

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Fishing Local Is Fun

March 1, 2016

In case you are feeling real frisky, here are a couple of pending IGFA World Records to beat… Redfish, 37# on a 16 pound tippet fly in Venice, Louisiana. The Atlantic Snook record is 43”(109cm) from San Paulo, Brazil. You can beat that here, just go fishing! Take a look at some of the exciting […]

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