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What are the best fishing charters in Orange Beach?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 121 trips in Orange Beach, and the most popular trips in the area are Orange Beach Inshore Experience guided by Rob, Alabama Gulf Coast Inshore - 24' Bulls Bay guided by Scott, and Dauphin Island Offshore Fishing guided by David.

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Other popular cities nearby for booking a charter include Dauphin Island, Gulf Shores and Coden.

What types of fishing charters are common in Orange Beach?

Offshore fishing is the most popular in Orange Beach as well as nearshore fishing, inshore fishing, and flats fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Orange Beach are: 1. red snapper, 2. king mackerel / kingfish, 3. spanish mackerel, 4. amberjack, and 5. triggerfish.

The most common fishing techniques in Orange Beach are bottom fishing, trolling, and heavy tackle fishing but light tackle fishing and live bait fishing are popular as well.

How much do Orange Beach fishing charters cost?

in Orange Beach prices can range anywhere from $300 to $3,000 and up, but the average price for a half day in Orange Beach is $924. The average price for a full day in Orange Beach is $2,952.

When is the best time to go fishing in Orange Beach?

The most popular season for fishing in Orange Beach is summer, and most anglers book their trips 37 days in advance.

Where can I get a Orange Beach fishing license and what are the bag limits in Orange Beach?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Orange Beach, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Orange Beach. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Orange Beach.

Orange Beach Fishing Overview

Orange Beach is one of the most popular vacation destinations on the Gulf Coast. Over 15,000 nearshore artificial reef structures cover more than 1,000 square miles of seafloor. Highly productive deep sea waters and an expansive inshore fishery make Orange Beach fishing charters an angler's paradise.

Whether you're on family vacation looking for a fun day on the water, or you're a hardcore angler who'd rather be on the water than the beach, Orange Beach fishing charters have it all. Hot summers and moderate winters mean something is always biting.

Inshore Fishing in Orange Beach

For the inshore angler, Orange Beach fishing charters are unbeatable. The bite is on year-round, from the artificial reef structures in Perdido Bay to the mudflats and bayou backwaters. With Bon Secour Bay to the west and Pensacola Bay to the east, this interconnected waterway has some of the best fishing in the Gulf.

Orange Beach has fishing charters for all ages and all experience levels. Inshore trips often produce very well in the winter, sometimes better than the summer. The Black Drum migration begins in February, with the potential of 40-50 pounders.

When the waters cool down, the inshore fish generally tend to move into shallower waters. Sight fishing for bull Redfish can be done in the cooler months, while deeper water bay fishing works well in the summer. Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, Flounder, and other inshore species can be caught throughout the year.

Nearshore and Offshore Fishing in Orange Beach

For those looking to leave land behind deep-sea fishing Orange Beach, there are thousands of artificial reef structures within 9 miles of Orange Beach. Here you'll find over 1,000 square miles of fishing action, with species like Amberjack, Red Snapper, and Grouper that reach massive sizes. Starting in March, Cobia is a popular species to target as they stop by on their migration.

Starting in May the deep sea season begins, with trips heading 40-160 miles offshore. May brings trolling bluewater for Wahoo and Mackerel, while the bottom fishing also stays hot for Grouper. June brings Red Snapper season—the crown jewel of Orange Beach deep sea fishing. Offshore hits peak season in the summer, with extended day trips getting on Yellowfin and Bluefin Tuna, Sailfish, and Marlin.

Other things to do in Orange Beach, AL

Orange Beach is one of the most popular vacation areas in the gulf, so there's always something to keep the whole crew entertained. For nature lovers, visit any of the numerous nature preserves and hiking trails around the area. Orange Beach is an excellent place for a family vacation, with miles of beautiful white-sand beaches, great restaurants, and amusement parks right at your fingertips.



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