Fishing Orange Beach

Orange Beach Alabama Fishing Reports

Alabama's coastline is as diverse as any fishery in the entire US. Orange Beach is the anchor point and is the center of all of the saltwater action. Orange Beach is home to the largest charter fleet in the entire Gulf of Mexico with hundreds of inshore and offshore charter guides to choose from.

There are fish biting year round from Ft. Morgan, Alabama to Perdido Key Florida and you need to be enjoying it. Our seasoned professional guides offer you a chance to catch fish anytime you visit our gulf coast. We look forward to serving you soon.

We use this page to inform guests and fishing enthusiasts what is biting now.

2014 Fishing Reports

Spring Break is here and it has been a little colder than normal. One front after another keep us trying to figure out the feeding pattern of the fish. Red Snapper have been biting good a little further offshore than they are on close in reefs. The water temperature is about 63 degrees and we believe that is having a lot to do with the slow bite. For some reason this year, we have been catching a lot of sharpnose sharks. These fish weigh about 10 to 20 pounds each and are caught while bottom fishing over artificial reefs just south of Orange Beach. We just heard of the first cobia being caught yesterday and it's about a week later than last year. We are waiting on the spanish mackerel to begin their migration any day now. We did hear of one being caught near the jetties two days ago.

Past Fishing Reports Alabama Fishing Charters

 


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