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trip description for Inshore Magic - 31' in Orange Beach

If you really want to do it all in Orange Beach, AL, there's no better way than this trip with Captain Brooks! Orange Beach has a rich fishery with a huge variety of species, and you'll be able to cast out for whatever you want, from inshore fighters to nearshore trophies. You'll start this trip by exploring the inshore water, looking for prized sport fish species such as Tarpon, Mangrove Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Barracuda, and more. Tarpon are only around during the summer months, but are especially huge fighters, with powerful runs and jumps that put acrobats to shame. You'll be fishing from the deck of Captain Brooks' 31' Live well saltwater fishing vessel, a comfortable boat fitted with a powerful Cummins engine to get you out there fast. She's also equipped with a full suite of electronics, a flybridge, live wells, and an ice box for your keepers! Captain Brooks will supply everything you need for the fishing trip of a lifetime, including rods, reels, tackle, bait, and most importantly, his expertise and years of experience getting hooked up on record-setting fish. He'll even clean your catch for you! Read More

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Inshore Magic - 31'

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trip description for Epic Deep Sea- 40' in Orange Beach

Come join the excitement! We are located at Zekes Marina, and is operated year-round out of beautiful Orange Beach, Alabama. This boat is a 38’ Michael Fitts that’s great for offshore fishing. Equipped with all the appropriate navigational gear and the full complement of first aid and safety equipment, this sportfishing boat is a great base for a half and 3/4 day fishing trips. Praised for its excellent ride, the boat will offer a smooth and stable trip out to your fishing destination. Embark on an all day 10-12 hour adventure of true sportfishing on the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico. For these trips you can expect to troll your way offshore hoping for a Wahoo or Mahi bite on while you venture further offshore. Once you're a ways out there Captain Seth will get you rigged up to hit the seafloor with live or cut bait up to 500ft below for Snapper and Amberjack. Check the bite in the Gulf for Red Snapper, Grouper, Triggerfish, and who knows what else? If it swims and can bite a hook, the crew will catch it. It’s as simple as that! If you have a fishing technique you would like to try, just let your captain know. You will be provided with licenses, bait, tackle, and ice. If you have a favorite rod and reel, feel free to bring it. The fish cleaning service and a tip for the deckhand are not included in the price You’ll be fishing aboard Captain Seth’s 38-foot sportfisher with two 320 HP 3208 Caterpillar Diesel engines. This vessel is equipped with air conditioning, a fishfinder, outriggers, and a live bait well among other things. Book a trip today with Captain Seth for a fun and memorable day out with an accommodating and friendly captain! Read More

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Epic Deep Sea- 40'

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trip description for Extended Day Trip - 38' Topaz in Orange Beach

This is where more serious anglers come to put fish in the boat. This 8-10 hour trip puts you on the water to make the best use of your time. You will be targeting multiple Snapper species, Amberjack, Trigger Fish, Wahoo, Cobia, Mahi, King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, grouper, scamp! You will be riding in style aboard Captain Corey's "Whoodat" which is 1984 38’ Topaz convertible which was recently redone in 2020! With twin 550 hour Detroit Diesel engines housed in the rear, you will be hauling it offshore quickly and comfortably! His boat also offers a full kitchen, bath, dinettes, beds and a tv. It also has a live well and lots of storage. The Wahoodat comes fully equipped with all the fishing gear you could possibly need for an unforgettable adventure off the coast of Alabama, so all you need to bring are your favorite snacks and drinks, and Captain Corey will take care of the rest! Read More

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Extended Day Trip - 38' Topaz

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trip description for Orange Beach Snapper Slammer in Orange Beach

Head offshore with Captain Brooks and spend the day crushing Red Snapper off of Orange Beach, AL! In addition to the natural reefs and rock ledges where Snapper like to congregate, the Gulf Coast of Alabama features thousands of artificial reefs, which provide perfect habitat for these prized fish. In fact, despite having only 50-odd miles of coastline, Alabama is one of the best places in the country to catch your limit, and you shouldn't miss this opportunity to take your shot at these photogenic and absolutely delicious fish! To hook some keepers, you'll cruise offshore to the best fishing grounds, then jig the underwater rocks and structure in order to draw bites. Snapper get big, and they can be challenging to haul over the rail. Have no fear though—Captain Brooks is a pro, and will make sure you're able to bag a few. You'll be fishing from the deck of his 30' Buskens saltwater fishing vessel, a comfortable boat fitted with a powerful Cummins engine to get you out there fast. She's also equipped with a full suite of electronics, a flybridge, live wells, and an ice box for your keepers! Captain Brooks will supply everything you need for the Snapper trip of a lifetime, including rods, reels, tackle, bait, and most importantly, his expertise and years of experience getting hooked up on record-setting fish. He'll even clean your catch for you! Read More

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Orange Beach Snapper Slammer

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trip description for Extended Dropping & Trolling in Orange Beach

Come join the excitement! We are located at Zekes Marina, and is operated year-round out of beautiful Orange Beach, Alabama. This boat is a 38’ Michael Fitts that’s great for offshore fishing. Equipped with all the appropriate navigational gear and the full complement of first aid and safety equipment, this sportfishing boat is a great base for a half and 3/4 day fishing trips. Praised for its excellent ride, the boat will offer a smooth and stable trip out to your fishing destination. Embark on an all day 10-12 hour adventure of true sportfishing on the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico. For these trips you can expect to troll your way offshore hoping for a Wahoo or Mahi bite on while you venture further offshore. Once you're a ways out there Captain Seth will get you rigged up to hit the seafloor with live or cut bait up to 500ft below for Snapper and Amberjack. Check the bite in the Gulf for Red Snapper, Grouper, Triggerfish, and who knows what else? If it swims and can bite a hook, the crew will catch it. It’s as simple as that! If you have a fishing technique you would like to try, just let your captain know. You will be provided with licenses, bait, tackle, and ice. If you have a favorite rod and reel, feel free to bring it. The fish cleaning service and a tip for the deckhand are not included in the price You’ll be fishing aboard Captain Seth’s 38-foot sportfisher with two 320 HP 3208 Caterpillar Diesel engines. This vessel is equipped with air conditioning, a fishfinder, outriggers, and a live bait well among other things. Book a trip today with Captain Seth for a fun and memorable day out with an accommodating and friendly captain! Read More

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Extended Dropping & Trolling

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trip description for Orange Beach 4-Hour Trolling Excursion in Orange Beach

The four hour trip is a trolling trip targeting Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Bonito, and sometimes a Jack Crevalle or Redfish may bite. Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking an Orange Beach jack crevalle fishing charter

What are the best jack crevalle fishing charters in Orange Beach?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 31 jack crevalle trips in Orange Beach, and the most popular trips in the area are Trolling and Chilling- 40' guided by Seth, Inshore Targets, Nearshore Trolling guided by Brooks, and Bottom Fishing and Trolling Fun 45' guided by Seth.

Our guides in Orange Beach are rated a 4.73 out of 5 based on 2705 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Other popular cities nearby for booking a Jack Crevalle charter include Gulf Shores, Pensacola and Elberta.

Looking for kid friendly jack crevalle guides / fishing lessons in Orange Beach? Check out our beginner and family friendly jack crevalle guides in Orange Beach.

What types of jack crevalle fishing charters are common in Orange Beach?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for jack crevalle in Orange Beach as well as nearshore fishing, inshore fishing, and jetty fishing.

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

How much do Orange Beach jack crevalle fishing charters cost?

for jack crevalle in Orange Beach prices can range anywhere from about $558 to $3,000, but the average price for a half day trip for jack crevalle in Orange Beach is $938. The average price for a full day trip for jack crevalle in Orange Beach is $2,181.

What month is best for jack crevalle fishing in Orange Beach?

The most popular season for jack crevalle fishing in Orange Beach is summer, and most anglers book their trips 19 days in advance.

Do I need a Orange Beach fishing license for jack crevalle and what are the bag limits for jack crevalle in Orange Beach?

You’re in luck! Our fishing tours in Orange Beach don’t require you to purchase a fishing license – your group is covered by your boat’s captain. See here for more information on bag limits and fishing season regulations in Orange Beach.

What is jack crevalle fishing in Orange Beach all about?

Jack crevalle, known for their aggressive nature and impressive strength, are a common sight in the waters around Orange Beach, providing anglers with thrilling fishing opportunities. These powerful gamefish can be found patrolling the nearshore waters, including beaches, jetties, and inlets, as well as offshore around reefs and wrecks. Jack crevalle are known for their voracious feeding habits and willingness to strike a variety of baitfish and artificial lures, making them a popular target among anglers seeking an exhilarating battle.

Fishing for jack crevalle in Orange Beach typically involves casting or trolling with heavy tackle to handle their powerful runs and acrobatic leaps. Anglers often use large, brightly colored lures such as topwater plugs, spoons, and swimbaits to mimic the movements of baitfish and entice jack crevalle into striking. Additionally, live bait such as mullet, menhaden, and shrimp can also be effective, especially when presented near structure or along the edges of feeding schools.

One of the most exciting aspects of targeting jack crevalle in Orange Beach is their sheer strength and fighting ability. These fish are known for their tenacious fights, often taking anglers on blistering runs and making daring leaps out of the water in an effort to shake the hook. Landing a trophy-sized jack crevalle can be a rewarding achievement for anglers of all skill levels, offering an adrenaline-fueled experience amidst the scenic backdrop of Orange Beach's coastal waters. Whether casting from shore, trolling offshore, or navigating the inshore waters aboard a boat, anglers have the opportunity to pursue jack crevalle and enjoy the thrilling action they provide throughout the year.

What are the most popular months to fish for jack crevalle in Orange Beach?

In Orange Beach, the presence and activity of jack crevalle follow seasonal patterns influenced by water temperature and migratory behaviors. Generally, the warmer months of spring and summer mark the peak seasons for targeting jack crevalle in Orange Beach. During this time, these powerful gamefish are more abundant and actively feeding in the nearshore waters, including beaches, jetties, and inlets. Anglers can expect increased opportunities to encounter schools of jack crevalle patrolling the coastline, making it an ideal time to pursue these thrilling fish.

As the temperatures cool in the fall and winter months, the presence of jack crevalle in Orange Beach may diminish as they migrate to warmer waters or adjust their feeding patterns. While it's still possible to catch jack crevalle during the offseason, anglers may need to adapt their techniques and target areas where these fish are known to overwinter, such as deeper channels or offshore structures. However, dedicated anglers who venture out during the cooler months can still find success in targeting jack crevalle by focusing on areas with consistent bait activity and utilizing specialized tactics to entice these fish into striking.

Staying informed about seasonal changes and understanding the behavior of jack crevalle can greatly increase the likelihood of success for anglers in Orange Beach. By targeting these fish during their peak seasons and adapting to the conditions throughout the year, anglers can maximize their opportunities to hook into these powerful gamefish and enjoy the adrenaline-fueled battles they provide against the scenic backdrop of Orange Beach's coastal waters.

What techniques are popular for catching jack crevalle in Orange Beach?

Fishing for jack crevalle in Orange Beach requires employing techniques that cater to their aggressive feeding behavior and powerful fighting ability. One effective method is casting with heavy tackle, such as medium to heavy spinning or baitcasting rods paired with strong reels and braided fishing line. Anglers typically use large, brightly colored lures like topwater plugs, spoons, or swimbaits to mimic the movements of baitfish and entice jack crevalle into striking. These fish are known for their voracious appetite and willingness to chase down fast-moving prey, making them susceptible to aggressive lure presentations.

Another successful technique for targeting jack crevalle in Orange Beach is trolling with large diving plugs or surface lures. Anglers can cover a wide area of water by slowly cruising along the coastline or around offshore structures while dragging these lures behind their boat. This method allows anglers to locate schools of jack crevalle and trigger strikes by presenting the lures at various depths and speeds. When trolling for jack crevalle, it's essential to keep an eye out for surface activity such as splashing or baitfish fleeing, as this can indicate the presence of feeding fish.

Patience and persistence are key when fishing for jack crevalle in Orange Beach, as these fish can be unpredictable in their movements and feeding patterns. Anglers should be prepared to adapt their techniques and experiment with different lure presentations until they find what works best on any given day. Additionally, staying mobile and covering a variety of fishing spots along the coastline or offshore can increase the chances of encountering schools of jack crevalle. Whether casting from shore, trolling offshore, or drifting along the coastline, Orange Beach offers anglers ample opportunities to pursue jack crevalle and enjoy the adrenaline-fueled battles they provide.

What other species are popular in Orange Beach?

Aside from targeting jack crevalle, anglers visiting Orange Beach have a diverse range of other species to pursue for an exciting fishing experience. One popular option is the redfish, renowned for its strong fighting ability and willingness to bite. Redfish can be found in the shallow waters of estuaries, bays, and along the coastline, making them accessible targets for both boat and shore anglers. Anglers often use live bait such as shrimp or mullet, as well as artificial lures like spoons and soft plastics, to entice redfish into striking. These prized gamefish provide thrilling action and are highly sought after for their delicious flavor.

Another sought-after species in Orange Beach is the speckled trout, valued for its elusive nature and willingness to bite year-round. Speckled trout inhabit the estuaries, bays, and deeper channels along the coast, where they can be targeted using a variety of techniques such as drift fishing with live bait or casting with artificial lures. Anglers often use live bait such as shrimp or finger mullet, as well as artificial lures like topwater plugs and jigs, to entice speckled trout into striking. These beautiful fish provide exciting action for anglers of all skill levels and are highly prized for their delicate flavor.

Additionally, anglers in Orange Beach have the opportunity to target a variety of offshore species such as king mackerel, mahi-mahi, and snapper. Venturing out into the deeper waters of the Gulf of Mexico, anglers can troll with rigged baits or cast with heavy tackle to hook into these larger pelagic species. Whether casting from the shore, navigating the intricate estuaries, or venturing offshore, Orange Beach offers a wealth of opportunities for anglers to explore and pursue a diverse range of fish species throughout the year.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

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    Captain and deck hand were great helpful and nice made the experience exciting and fun couldn’t ask for anyone better

    Betty S. with Zack G. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time fishing with Bill and Nikki. Unfortunately the weather didn’t cooperate with us. Very windy and choppy in the Gulf that forced us to stay in the inside bay. We caught plenty of fish, and several varieties but we could on find one legal size. Highly recommend them to charter.

    Richard C. with Bill W. of Gulf Shores, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    I had a great day on the water with Capt Richard. I especially appreciated his willingness and experience to teach me as it was my first time saltwater fly fishing.

    Jon H. with Richard M. of Gulf Breeze, Florida

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    Weren't able to make it offshore do to windy conditions and rough seas. Fished in the Bay instead.

    Gib H. with James C. of Pensacola, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Jake was a great Captain for our Inshore Fishing Trip. He worked really hard and was very respectful and did all he could to help us take some fish home. The conditions weren't perfect, but that's fishing. I would recommend Jake to anyone looking for a family fishing trip inshore.

    Blake M. with Jake D. of Pensacola, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Richard was great at everything. Plenty of fish and a wealth of knowledge.

    Shelden F. with Richard M. of Gulf Breeze, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We caught a lot of fish! Captain Mike was awesome! We recommend Captain Mike and we’ll be booking with him again next trip!

    Valerie G. with Mike P. of Dauphin Island, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    Had a blast! The captain and deck hand were awesome!

    Donavan O. with Seth W. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time

    Timothy B. with Seth W. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    Captain James was awesome. Very knowledgeable and took us out to several different locations to help us try to find the best spots. I would highly recommend Captain Experiences for deep sea fishing.

    Amy K. with James C. of Pensacola, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Fish were their, just not biting.

    Ed J. with Brooks M. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    It’s was good but got rained out. Didn’t get to fish much at all. Can’t really put a star rating on trip because of weather but I really like our captain

    James R. with James C. of Pensacola, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great outfit

    Michael S. with Seth W. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    Had a fantastic trip with captain Zach and Wade. They were super attentive and made sure we had the best trip. We were definitely the talk of the marina when we pulled in with some.monster snappers. Will 100% recommend and will book again next year.

    Laura L. with Zack G. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    Jake put us right on the fish and we caught them until we were too exhausted to reel anymore in. We will definitely fish with him next time!

    Ginger E. with Jake D. of Pensacola, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We went out on Tuesday which was originally scheduled for Monday but the weather didn’t cooperate and we were thankful that captain Seth suggested going out the next day. The weather was perfect and he put us on the snapper. We had a big group of people with a couple of first timers and everyone caught their limit and and had a great time. I would highly recommend this charter to anyone wanting to have a great time and load up on fish.

    Thomas B. with Seth W. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time! Mike really knew his stuff and my son and I were able to pull in a number of fish. Would definitely go out with Mike again.

    Jason S. with Mike P. of Dauphin Island, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great trip. Captain Jerry & Deckhand Fisher were amazing. They put us on the fish & helped this momma out. Will definitely use them again.

    Chadna G. with Seth W. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    These guys were awesome. Had my 70 year old parents, wife, 4 and 6 year old kids and this crew could not have been nicer to all of them. They got the kids on some red snappers and never looked back. Sincere thanks to this crew for the memories today.

    Nedra S. with Seth W. of Orange Beach, Alabama

  • ★★★★★
    Jake was great. He put us on fish the whole time. No dull moment and no sitting in one spot hoping for the best. Even recommended a place to take our fish to be cooked for us.

    Greg M. with Jake D. of Pensacola, Florida

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