Aug 22, 2019
The Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report is your best resource for the Gulf Shores Surf Fishing Report, Orange Beach Fishing Report, Dauphin Island Fishing Report, Mobile Bay Fishing Report, and Alabama saltwater fishing everywhere in between.
For the Alabama Fishing Report offshore and the Gulf fishing report, tune in for this week's report with Angelo DePaola. You never know what you might get in the offshore Gulf Fishing report each week. We cover nearshore fishing from Captain's running center consoles and fishing for red snapper, grouper, triggerfish, king mackerel, cobia, and more. When we head to blue water, we have contributions from some of the best Captain's on the tournament circuit and off who fish for tuna, wahoo, mahi-mahi, and billfish. Tune in to this week’s show to learn what artificial bait Angelo uses for a White Marlin.
For the anglers looking for a Gulf Shores surf Fishing Report, Gulf State Park pier fishing report, Orange Beach Fishing Report and Fort Morgan fishing 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 surf fishing report or a gulf shores pier fishing report. This week we're talking to David Thornton AKA the “Pier Pounder” who is giving us the Alabama Fishing report all the way from the Flora Bama to Fort Morgan. The pier and surf bite has been slow but it is srting to pick up on the pier. Capt. David shares his tips for how to match the hatch and catch more than you would have if you hadn’t listened.
For our guys looking for the Dauphin Island inshore fishing report or the Orange Beach Inshore Fishing Report,Capt. Patric Garmeson has what you need to know to catch more speckled trout, redfish, and tripletail and how to catch each of these species in the area. The tactics and tips we discuss here each week can be applied to many areas when fishing Alabama's coast and other states along the Gulf of Mexico.You don’t want to miss Patric answering the “Hey Cap” question this week and sharing a tip for cast netting that will become your new default way to catch and sort your bait.
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