Mar 28, 2019
The Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report is your best resource for timely reports related to Gulf Shores Fishing, Orange Beach Fishing, Dauphin Island Fishing, Mobile Bay Fishing, and every place that the Alabama Saltwater Fishing enthusiast wants to hear about.
For the orange beach fishing report offshore, this week we're talking to Capt. Patrick Ivie, Capt of the Breathe Easy out of Orange Beach, Alabama. Capt. Patrick gives a great report, they've been catching blue marlin and the yellowfin tuna are starting to show up in numbers. Capt. Patrick gives a great tip on how to maximize your time and chances to be successful this time of year. Listen in to get the Orange beach and Gulf Of Mexico fishing report
For the anglers looking for a gulf shores pier fishing, Kayak fishing or surf report, look no further than the Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report. Every week we bring you an "onshore" report for those anglers interested in a gulf shores pier fishing report or an Alabama Fishing report from the Surf or kayak! This week we're talking to Matthew Isbell, Bama Beach Bum, and he's got a report and tips on what is biting off the beach and how to catch the most fish with this transition to higher water temperatures.
Next, For the Alabama Saltwater fishing nuts who love speckled trout fishing and plying the marshes and backwaters for redfish, Capt. Bobby Abruscato and Capt. Patric Garmeson bring us the gulf coast fishing report for Mobile Bay Fishing and fishing the Mississippi sound. If you're looking for a gulf coast fishing report, look no further than these guys. The tactics and tips we discuss here each week can be applied to many areas along the gulf coast. Capt. Patric and Capt. Bobby are in the trenches every day and answer a great "Hey Cap" question this week about speckled trout spawn and just because you are a turkey hunter does not mean you cannot catch those big trout around Mississippi Sound and Mobile Bay.
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