Orange Beach, Alabama Spring Break Fishing Charters 2012 with the Cooperative

Have you ever wondered why so many people flock to the Alabama Coastal Communities of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores during Spring Break each year? One of the best kept secrets for families is being able to escape to the Alabama Gulf Coast for a Spring Break. Gulf Shores and Orange Beach offers families and Spring breakers an opportunity to enjoy white sandy beaches, emerald green waters and some wonderful saltwater fishing. It’s no wonder why over 100,000 people spend their Spring days on our beaches, warming up after a long Winter. Most of the families that come to the Alabama Gulf Coast because it is not Florida. Panama City and Destin have always been the destination for those college age kids who want to party all of the time. Now who wants to expose their kids to that? Orange Beach and Gulf Shores are family friendly communities that are safe for children.

There are so many activities for families to enjoy that come to our area. While deep sea fishing and bay fishing are the number one outside activities, our area offers a little something for everyone. We have world class golf courses, water parks, shopping, a zoo and 32 miles of pristine white sandy beaches to sink your toes into. It just so happens, fishing is usually kicking off during the month of March and starts getting red hot the first week in April each year. The water temperatures is still in the mid 60’s during Spring Break, which makes taking a dip a bit of a challenge. However, the fish sure are hungry and will be waiting for you to come try your luck catching one.

Party Boat Fishing Charters in Orange Beach, Alabama

You have to be real careful when thinking about going fishing down here in Alabama. If you go to one of the large charter marina’s like Zekes Charter Fleet or Sanroc Cay Marina, you could easily be herded like cattle onto one of the party boats. Most people don’t do their research when deciding they want to go deep sea fishing. They go to a marina that has a charter office. What you don’t know is that they have huge party boats that have to fill up every day in order to make a lot of money. If you hesitate and say you want to go fishing for cheap, you could end up on a first time charter that may end up being your last time ever wanting to go deep sea fishing. If a party boat is what you are looking for, then one of those marinas is a great place to start. There is nothing like a private charter for your group or family with one of Orange Beach Fishing Charters Cooperative members.

The Private Fishing Charter Difference in Orange Beach, Alabama

We offer private charters for families. That means you get the whole boat for yourself and your family. It also means you get better, one on one service from your captain and mate. The price per person is a little more than the party boats, but the difference is worth it. Our Orange Beach charter boats will treat you with respect and call you by name when your with us. Party boats offer cheap fishing trips but often lack when it comes to those who want the experience of great service and superior fishing.

The Best Charter Fishing Marina in Orange Beach, Alabama

Spring Break Fishing in Orange Beach is the most popular because that is where all of the marinas and charter fishing boats are located. The best marina to go fishing out of is the Orange Beach Marina. This place is like something you would see around a 4 and 5 star resort. Everything is immaculate and the service is extremely good. The best thing about the marina is that you can leave your car parked in a secure parking lot where nobody will bother it. You also will see professional captains that are dressed proper and act appropriately around your kids and family. The charter boats at the Orange Beach marina are only minutes away from having you out in the Gulf of Mexico enjoying a fishing trip of a lifetime.

Bottom Fishing Charters or Deep Sea Fishing Charters in Orange Beach

The most common fishing charters during Spring Break in Alabama are half day or 6 hours trips. These fishing charters offer bottom fishing as the primary way to catch fish. That is where everyone on the boat, holds a pole and drops bait below the charter boat. When a fish bites your bait, you can reel them in. Some of these Spring Break fish can be pretty big if you get on one of the Orange Beach Fishing Charter Cooperative boats. So you better eat your breakfast before trying to reel in a big Snapper or Redfish. We also catch Grouper, Amberjack, Red Snapper, Vermilion Snapper, Trigger Fish and Ruby Lips on these full day charters. Depending on the regulations and seasons, you might be able to keep a few for supper if you like.

Trolling Fishing Charters during Spring Break 2012

For those of you who may be on a tight budget but still want to experience deep sea fishing, we have a trolling fishing trip that stays close to shore. These Spring Break trolling trips often produce Bull Redfish, Jack Crevalle, King Mackerel and Spanish Mackerel. The elusive game fish called Cobia are beginning to run this time of the year and these monsters are anywhere from 8 pounds up to and over 100 pounds each. The Cobia sure do offer a great light tackle fight. It is pretty neat to see people sunbathing on the beach while you are hooked up on a nice Spring Break fish.

Inshore Bay Fishing Trips in Orange Beach with Alabama Inshore Fishing

Inshore fishing for Speckled Trout, Red Drum and Sheephead is another option for Alabama Spring Breakers. We have a wonderful back bay fishery that produces some wonderful sized fish. The great thing about inshore or bay fishing is that you are always near the shore and not very far away from civilization. We have the best bay fishing guide in the business working with us and you will have a blast, taking your family inshore fishing this Spring.

Bring your kids and come and enjoy Spring Break 2012 with Orange Beach Fishing Charters. Reservations are easy and we are easy to get along with. See what others are talking about and get ready for some exciting, rod bending action fishing Alabama’s saltwater.