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This was not, however, the first time the newspaper had covered the phenomenon; in his research, oceanographer Edwin B.May found several dozen mentions of similar events, the earliest dated back to July 17, 1867 and alludes to the fact that the phenomenon was known to have happened earlier: EXCITEMENT AMONG THE FISH—Yesterday all the fish in the bay seemed to be making for the Eastern shore. 12, where the registration deadline is set for Nov. On Tuesday, in south Mobile County, voters weighed in on two small elections related to fire protection services.Meet your local representatives at a town hall meeting on Tuesday, July 25th at pm at the Grand Bay Community Center on Hwy 90 in Grand Bay.The Alabama Tourism Department presented 17 state tourism industry... Jubilee is the name used locally for a natural phenomenon that occurs sporadically on the shores of Mobile Bay, a large body of water on Alabama's Gulf Coast.In an oral account from 1960 a local fishing captain named Frank Phillips stated that he had observed jubilee events for the previous 60 years, indicating that "[N]either [the] frequency nor intensity ... He also stated that his father had also seen jubilee events "...during all his life." Jubilees are most common on the upper eastern shore of the bay, from Point Clear to slightly north of Daphne, but they also occur with less frequency south of Point Clear to Mullet Point, and on the Bay's western shore at Deer River and Dog River Point south to Fowl River.Most jubilees occur in the hours immediately preceding dawn.
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A fisherman of experience in explaining the unusual occurrence stated that it was a "jubilee"...
People who saw the wild scramble of fish and crabs on the sandy beach say they won't soon forget the sight.
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