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Out 'N About with Jimmy Medellin - Deep Sea Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico

Brownsville Historical Association

Sound | c. 1993

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  •  Sunrise over the gulf 
  •  Captain Matt E. Murphy gives his personal history and experiences 
  •  Catching Red Snappers 
  •  The granite rocks in the middle of the Gulf 
  •  Closing remarks 
 
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These short educational films, hosted by Jimmy Medellin and George Vasquez, Jr., explore various aspects of Brownsville's history and modern life. Each film combines background on the subject with live interviews and onsite footage. Jimmy Medellin goes deep sea fishing in the Gulf of Mexico off of South Padre Island. Much of this episode is footage of fishermen set to music, with some narration by Jimmy Medellin. Captain Matt E. Murphy of Charter Service, Inc. pilots the fishing boat and talks about his experiences through decades of working the Gulf - the nature of the Gulf, natural cycles of fish populations, specifics of different fish species, especially the Red Snapper.
In 1947, the Brownsville Historical Association opened Brownsville’s first history museum at Fort Brown. Since then, the mission of the Brownsville Historical Association has been to promote the history and heritage of Brownsville, Texas through educational and outreach programs. The organization also provides programming at its several venues on a year-round basis. These programs include fine arts exhibitions, school collaborations, preservation education, and community pride celebrations.