Millions of anglers take to the waters each summer in Alabama, whether to stock the freezer or just for the fun of fishing. Despite the popularity of summer fishing, fall is also a great time to get out on the water around Orange Beach. Planning a year-end fishing trip? Here’s what you can expect to be hot for your autumn charter.
The fall fishing season around Orange Beach runs from late September through early December. The cooler weather in Alabama doesn’t mean cold fishing, though. In fact, many fish species are actively feeding during the fall.
For offshore fishing, the fall months offer up great opportunities to chase after tuna, blue marlin and white marlin. These fish and many others, including snapper species, trigger fish and amberjack, can be commonly caught in these late months of the year, notes Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism.
Inshore fishing during the fall offers ample opportunity as well. Redfish and spotted seatrout are both active during the cooler fall months. The hottest times for bluefish, Crevalle jack, and seatrout species ends in November, though red drum and flounder can be commonly caught in shallow coastal waters throughout the season.
Whether you are looking for an inshore or offshore fishing adventure, a charter aboard The Triple-Trouble is an experience that you will not forget. Capt. Chad Reyer is an Alabama native who takes his guests to some of the most fish-filled waters in the Gulf for a memorable fishing experience. You can not only enjoy amazing fishing, but you can also relax aboard the spacious boat, complete with an air conditioned salon, flat-screen TV and two staterooms. Call him at 256-431-5767 and reserve your fishing charter trip for this fall today.