MBARAMexico Beach Artificial Reef Association
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Local fishermen will tell you that prior to the development of the MBARA reefs, there was really no red snapper fishery here.
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The 16th Annual Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association (MBARA) Tournament drew some 140 boats--not their best year ever but still a fantastic number considering they were smack in the center of the forecast cone for Tropical Storm Isaac the day the tournament kicked off on August 25.
Bob Cox, president of the MBARA, says most people come fish the tournament just to have some fun, but given the Association's commitment to developing the fishery, it's likely a lot of anglers show up just to support this important effort.
MBARA was established in 1997, and "we've dropped 160 reefs since then, and they range from 20-foot depths to about 140," Cox explained.
Mexico Beach holds the permits for the reefs MBARA deploys.
The commitment of the Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association (MBARA) has all but guaranteed success for anyone who can read a GPS.
Since 1997, the MBARA has constructed over 150 reefs.
He was a supporter of the Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association (MBARA) since its founding in 1997, said Bob Cox, MBARA president.
In fact, the MBARA offers a Memorial Reef option (starting at $1,200) for any family wishing to dedicate a vital piece of new fish habitat to the memory of a loved one.