Gulf Shores Fishing Reports

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March 11, 2023

Warm Weather Fishing

The weather has been warm here on the gulf coast but that hasnt stopped the fish from biting. We habe been finding quality fish in shallow water close to shore. Live shrimp fished under a cork has been the meal ticket for numerous speckled trout and redfish. Things change daily and we adjust to what mother nature throws at us here in Gulf Shores, Al. 
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March 10, 2023

Bull Red Trip

Went in search of bull reds today. We drifted the bar with fresh menhadden and produced several really nice fish. The Dixie Bar is famous for holding these large fish and they can be found there throughout most of the year. 
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March 8, 2023

Half day morning trip

Beautiful calm day fishing on the Gulf of Mexico. We focused on the rigs close to shore targeting sheepshead. The fish were suspended way up in the water column so we decided the best approach would be to free line small pieces of live shrimp along side the pilings. The fish did not disappoint, numerous sheepshead, red snapper, spade fish and blue fish kept the anglers busy the entire trip! The sheepshead bite will on get better through the end of March. 
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March 9, 2023

Gulf Shore Fishing

Good morning, everyone! I hope you're all having a lovely day. We've got some great news to share with you: it's been a good week for fishing in Gulf Shores! We've seen an uptick in the number of sheepshead being caught around the area, and we have Captain Ronald Doyle to thank for that. He was able to reel in this beautiful specimen yesterday, and he'll be out on the water again today.
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February 14, 2023

Gulf Shores Fishing Report

Summer fishing in Gulf Shores is one of the best times to target speckled trout. Anglers from all over flock to the warm waters of the Gulf Coast in hopes of reeling in some of these. Gulf Shores offers anglers plenty of opportunity to snag a big catch with its plentiful inshore fishing options. The summer months are prime time for targeting speckled trout due to their abundance throughout this season as they transition into deeper waters and feed heavily on small baitfish. The mild temperatures also make it easier for anglers to stay out longer, giving them more chances at success. If you’re looking for an unforgettable and successful fishing experience this summer, be sure to get your spot booked now before these spots fill up!