Orange Beach Fishing Reports

Fishing reports from Orange Beach, Alabama, Late September 2022

Fishing report from Tom M. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Tom here.

    Redfish have finally showed up in good numbers! Mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel are as long as the water stays warm.
    Redfish have finally showed up in good numbers! Mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel are as long as the water stays warm.
    Redfish have finally showed up in good numbers! Mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel are as long as the water stays warm.
    Redfish have finally showed up in good numbers! Mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel are as long as the water stays warm.
    Redfish have finally showed up in good numbers! Mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel are as long as the water stays warm.
    Redfish have finally showed up in good numbers! Mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel are as long as the water stays warm.
    Redfish have finally showed up in good numbers! Mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel are as long as the water stays warm.

Fishing report from Robert S. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Robert here.

    The weather this time of the year is very moody but the fish are still biting there’s plenty of vermilion snapper and white snapper to be found and the deep water grouper and tile fish doing pretty good as well and the tuna fishing is about to get red hot
    The weather this time of the year is very moody but the fish are still biting there’s plenty of vermilion snapper and white snapper to be found and the deep water grouper and tile fish doing pretty good as well and the tuna fishing is about to get red hot
    The weather this time of the year is very moody but the fish are still biting there’s plenty of vermilion snapper and white snapper to be found and the deep water grouper and tile fish doing pretty good as well and the tuna fishing is about to get red hot
    The weather this time of the year is very moody but the fish are still biting there’s plenty of vermilion snapper and white snapper to be found and the deep water grouper and tile fish doing pretty good as well and the tuna fishing is about to get red hot

Fishing report from Tom M. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Tom here.

    Redfish are starting to show up in the area. As long as the weather stays warm, the Spanish mackerel with be abundant. Mangrove snapper have been plentiful and have been very hungry. Fishing is good in Orange Beach right now.
    Redfish are starting to show up in the area. As long as the weather stays warm, the Spanish mackerel with be abundant. Mangrove snapper have been plentiful and have been very hungry. Fishing is good in Orange Beach right now.
    Redfish are starting to show up in the area. As long as the weather stays warm, the Spanish mackerel with be abundant. Mangrove snapper have been plentiful and have been very hungry. Fishing is good in Orange Beach right now.
    Redfish are starting to show up in the area. As long as the weather stays warm, the Spanish mackerel with be abundant. Mangrove snapper have been plentiful and have been very hungry. Fishing is good in Orange Beach right now.

Fishing report from Robert S. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Robert here.

Fishing report from Seth W. in Orange Beach, Alabama.

    Finding a few cobia on the Rigs
    Finding a few cobia on the Rigs
    Finding a few cobia on the Rigs

Fishing report from Robert S. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Robert here.

Fishing report from Tom M. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Tom here.

Fishing report from Chase N. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Chase here.

Fishing report from Corey H. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Corey here.

Fishing report from Stephen C. in Orange Beach, Alabama. Book a trip with Captain Stephen here.

    This year has been an incredibly tough fishing year for red snapper. The water temps were what they typically are in August by the 1st of July. The marks are all there on the fishfinder. The fish got smarter, faster this year as their appetites were reduced by the temperature increase. We've also had more issues with sharks and dolphins eating our fish and bait off the hooks. We had to switch gears, work harder and try different methods to outsmart the fish. The deeper water fish were still biting well, but with the increase of fuel prices, going out 30 miles on a 6 hour trip was not a sustainable business practice. We finally decided to switch gears and go after vermilion snapper while targeting red snapper on the side. This has given our charters better experiences than before. We're still targeting red snapper until the end of the season but it's not our primary target. That takes the pressure off and makes fishing fun again.
    This year has been an incredibly tough fishing year for red snapper. The water temps were what they typically are in August by the 1st of July. The marks are all there on the fishfinder. The fish got smarter, faster this year as their appetites were reduced by the temperature increase. We've also had more issues with sharks and dolphins eating our fish and bait off the hooks. We had to switch gears, work harder and try different methods to outsmart the fish. The deeper water fish were still biting well, but with the increase of fuel prices, going out 30 miles on a 6 hour trip was not a sustainable business practice. We finally decided to switch gears and go after vermilion snapper while targeting red snapper on the side. This has given our charters better experiences than before. We're still targeting red snapper until the end of the season but it's not our primary target. That takes the pressure off and makes fishing fun again.
    This year has been an incredibly tough fishing year for red snapper. The water temps were what they typically are in August by the 1st of July. The marks are all there on the fishfinder. The fish got smarter, faster this year as their appetites were reduced by the temperature increase. We've also had more issues with sharks and dolphins eating our fish and bait off the hooks. We had to switch gears, work harder and try different methods to outsmart the fish. The deeper water fish were still biting well, but with the increase of fuel prices, going out 30 miles on a 6 hour trip was not a sustainable business practice. We finally decided to switch gears and go after vermilion snapper while targeting red snapper on the side. This has given our charters better experiences than before. We're still targeting red snapper until the end of the season but it's not our primary target. That takes the pressure off and makes fishing fun again.
    This year has been an incredibly tough fishing year for red snapper. The water temps were what they typically are in August by the 1st of July. The marks are all there on the fishfinder. The fish got smarter, faster this year as their appetites were reduced by the temperature increase. We've also had more issues with sharks and dolphins eating our fish and bait off the hooks. We had to switch gears, work harder and try different methods to outsmart the fish. The deeper water fish were still biting well, but with the increase of fuel prices, going out 30 miles on a 6 hour trip was not a sustainable business practice. We finally decided to switch gears and go after vermilion snapper while targeting red snapper on the side. This has given our charters better experiences than before. We're still targeting red snapper until the end of the season but it's not our primary target. That takes the pressure off and makes fishing fun again.
    This year has been an incredibly tough fishing year for red snapper. The water temps were what they typically are in August by the 1st of July. The marks are all there on the fishfinder. The fish got smarter, faster this year as their appetites were reduced by the temperature increase. We've also had more issues with sharks and dolphins eating our fish and bait off the hooks. We had to switch gears, work harder and try different methods to outsmart the fish. The deeper water fish were still biting well, but with the increase of fuel prices, going out 30 miles on a 6 hour trip was not a sustainable business practice. We finally decided to switch gears and go after vermilion snapper while targeting red snapper on the side. This has given our charters better experiences than before. We're still targeting red snapper until the end of the season but it's not our primary target. That takes the pressure off and makes fishing fun again.
    This year has been an incredibly tough fishing year for red snapper. The water temps were what they typically are in August by the 1st of July. The marks are all there on the fishfinder. The fish got smarter, faster this year as their appetites were reduced by the temperature increase. We've also had more issues with sharks and dolphins eating our fish and bait off the hooks. We had to switch gears, work harder and try different methods to outsmart the fish. The deeper water fish were still biting well, but with the increase of fuel prices, going out 30 miles on a 6 hour trip was not a sustainable business practice. We finally decided to switch gears and go after vermilion snapper while targeting red snapper on the side. This has given our charters better experiences than before. We're still targeting red snapper until the end of the season but it's not our primary target. That takes the pressure off and makes fishing fun again.
    This year has been an incredibly tough fishing year for red snapper. The water temps were what they typically are in August by the 1st of July. The marks are all there on the fishfinder. The fish got smarter, faster this year as their appetites were reduced by the temperature increase. We've also had more issues with sharks and dolphins eating our fish and bait off the hooks. We had to switch gears, work harder and try different methods to outsmart the fish. The deeper water fish were still biting well, but with the increase of fuel prices, going out 30 miles on a 6 hour trip was not a sustainable business practice. We finally decided to switch gears and go after vermilion snapper while targeting red snapper on the side. This has given our charters better experiences than before. We're still targeting red snapper until the end of the season but it's not our primary target. That takes the pressure off and makes fishing fun again.
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