AL Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo

Big, Biggest & Best

Terry Knotts holds his 25.17-pound red snapper at the weigh station for the 78th annual Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo Friday in Dauphin Island, Ala. (JOHN DAVID MERCER/Staff Photographer)

The Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo is in full swing this weekend, hailed as the largest and oldest saltwater fishing tournament in the world according to the Mobile Jaycees. With Guinness Book of World Records judges on hand this year, they hope to prove it. For many of the 3,000-plus expected anglers, the weekend is a three-day competitive grind. The goal is to catch at least one big fish in any of the 31 categories that hits the leader-board, then survive the last-minute rush before the scales close at 5 p.m. Sunday.

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