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Nov 2, 2023

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 our guys looking for the Dauphin Island inshore fishing report or the Orange Beach Inshore Fishing Report, Capt. Shane Traylor 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. Capt. Shane has been on some nice Speckled trout and they seem to be falling into this cold weather pattern and staging up where they are supposed to be this time of year. We also talk tactics on finding big Bull redfish and more. In this episode we double up on the inshore goodness and we get a second inshore report from Capt. Patric Garmeson. Capt. Patric gives us the up to date report on what he has been seeing up in the delta and how he is having success with finding redfish and speckled trout right now.

On this episode we also talk with our newest sponsor of Great Days Outdoor, Chris Price with formerly Blue Water Ship Stores that is now BOW Blue Water Marine Service, same location and phone number in Foley Alabama. 

Chris, today we are going to be talking about marine generators, trying to help people see around corners and prevent issues before they arise, or even before people purchase a new generator or are looking to upgrade their current system. 

I think a question a lot of boat owners or potential boat owners have is how much generator do I need? Can you help customers determine the right generator size and power capacity for their needs? And what factors determine this? 

What are the different price points for marine generators you offer, and what features do customers get for those prices? 

When it comes to placement of your generator, what are some things you need to think about? Weight distribution, water, humidity, saltwater exposure etc. 

Can you walk me through the most common issues that occur with marine generators?

How do you diagnose issues that are not immediately apparent, such as intermittent power failures? 

What are the safety protocols one should follow while troubleshooting a marine generator?

In your experience, what are the typical signs that a marine generator is nearing the end of its life cycle vs. needing a repair?

How often do marine generators need to be replaced entirely, and what are the most common reasons for this?

Could you explain your after-sales service policies? What kind of support can a customer expect post-purchase? What about warranty?

What regular maintenance procedures do you recommend for the typical marine generator?

Could you discuss any financing options or payment plans you offer for customers who need flexibility?

IIf people want to get in touch with you regarding their generator or electronics in general, where would you point them? 

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