Dear friends. Those of you new to our online news paper may notice that we just post other peoples' articles, documents and diagrams. We want to make sure you get FACTS and not opinions. When we do put a editorial comment and it will be in red. Be careful where you get your information from.
I hope we are keeping you up to date. If there are questions I can answer feel free to email me at I may not know much but I will pass on what I know.

Vacationing on Dauphin Island
Let us help you experience paradise

Boardwalk Realty is Dauphin Island's premiere source for quality vacation rentals. With almost than 70 houses we have a house that will be perfect for you. 

Click here to see our Vacation Rentals
Property Sales

We at Boardwalk Realty want to help you buy your next home or sell current property. We are dedicated to you financial well being and your dreams.

Click here for the latest sales information
Info and Questions on Fishing and Seafood Stuff
Disclaimer: These links are placed here solely as a source of information and is not intended to worry anyone. 
Dauphin Island Weather Buoy
Dauphin Island Airport
Treating Jellyfish Stings
Info About Fishing Licenses
Laws & Regulations
Flounder Cleaning

Dauphin Island Baptist Church  
(251) 861-5124 

Dauphin Island Methodist Church  
(251) 861-5509

St Edmund By the Sea Church

251) 861-2352


Does A Stingray Really Sting?

First I want to clearly state that stingrays are not an aggressive species. Contact with a stingray usually occurs when people catch a stingray while fishing or step on one that has washed up on shore.  I know I sometimes cause alarm when I write these times of article. My goal is to educate on things not readily known by the public at large. 

Do stingrays have a sting? Not really. What they do have is a sharp, almost “medieval” dagger stinking out from their tale. The sticker is primarily a defensive weapon.

There are two main dangers when coming in contact with a ray.

  • Soft tissue injuries cause when sticker is withdrawn from the wound.
  • Infection from the “funk” that lives everyday on the ray’s tail.

What should you do if a stingray injures you?

  • Do not panic. Get out of the water and hobble over to a beach blanket or back to the house.
  • Place your foot in a pot of water that is as hot as you can stand. This should ease the pain and occasional local muscle spasms associated with this injury.
  • Contact your doctor for follow up antibiotics and immunizations.

How can you protect your self?

  • Wear an old shoe or aqua sock type of footwear.
  • Watch where you walk.
  • If you hook one while fishing and you do not know what to do, cut bait and let it go.



The Island Mullet Wrapper is a public service of Boardwalk Realty and accepts no advertising, paid promotion or any remuneration for the information reported. The information found on this site should be deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Boardwalk Realty assumes no responsibility for the services of the businesses or organizations linked on this site. The information on this site is subject to change without notice and we accept no responsibility for any errors or omissions.
Boardwalk Realty Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2010 Boardwalk Realty, inc.