Inshore Bay Fishing In Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Fort Morgan, Alabama

Spring and Summer are our best times to fish on the Alabama Gulf Coast with our inshore fishing guide located in Gulf Shores are ready for some great bay fishing. Our Alabama inshore fishing guide calls Orange Beach and Gulf Shores home. The best Alabama saltwater fishing guides in our area are ones who are not afraid to pick their boat up out of the water and move to where the fish are biting. You definitely want a Alabama inshore charter guide who will tell you where the fish are biting and be willing to take you to them. The minimum charter I would suggest is the 4 hour trip. The best trip for the money is the 6 hour trip taken in the morning. The longer you fish, the better opportunity you will have to catch fish.

Booking Your Inshore Trip Direct Means Better Inshore Fishing in Gulf Shores

Most guest heading to Gulf Shores are looking for a inshore or back bay fishing charter that can put them on the fish. Gulf Shores Alabama Inshore fishing offers couples or friends an excellent opportunity to experience some really amazing Speckled Trout or Redfishing at a reasonable price. Booking directly with a guide instead of through a charter boat marina almost always guarantees a better fishing trip. Being able to speak with your inshore fishing guide before a charter will give you a better idea of what to expect.

Gulf Shores, Alabama’s gulf coast from Orange Beach, Fort Morgan to Mobile Bay fishery offers some of the best inshore and back bay fishing along the entire Gulf of Mexico. The problem is finding a licensed saltwater inshore fishing guide who can give you a trip of a lifetime. There is an abundance of inshore fishing guides to choose from that serve Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Perdido Key, Fort Morgan and Dauphin Island. We know most all of them. Most of them are excellent fishermen but few are as good as Gulf Shores Alabama inshore Fishing Charters with Captain Jay Gunn. Being an excellent fisherman does not mean they are great guides. For that reason, using word of mouth or referrals is the best way to insure you get the inshore fishing trip you are looking for. Our inshore fishing guide is an expert at catching Redfish, Speckled Trout and Black Drum in Gulf Shores and Mobile Bay.

Inshore Fish Species You Can Catch This Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter

Some of the inshore fish species that are common to Alabama’s Gulf Coast are the Speckled Trout (Specks), White Trout, Croakers, Black Drum, Red Drum (Redfish) and Flounder. There are some nearshore species like the Pompano and Jack Crevalle. Some other species that are migratory in nature but can be caught by inshore fishermen that fish near shore are: Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel and the spring Cobia.

To book your Fall, Summer or Winter, Alabama Inshore Fishing Trip with Captain Jay, please fill out our reservations request page and we will respond quickly.