Gulf Shores Fishing
Surf fishing can be as easy as watching your rod positioned in a pole holder while resting in a beach chair, drinking a beverage. Gulf Shores fishing can be as simple as watching your children fish for pinfish and croakers.
Book a deep sea fishing trip and let the deck hands do everything but reel in the catch (unless you are like me and you want to do everything except clean and package).
Maybe you want to try a new outdoor sport like bowfishing? There is no better place on the world to bowfish than coastal Alabama.
If you've never caught anything in your life, now is your opportunity. If you've caught freshwater species, but never any in saltwater - now's the time to broaden your horizon.
Most visitors who try it once make it a regular part of their future beach vacations.
I grew up around freshwater. I had never caught any saltwater species before buying property on the coast in the early nineties. It had never been a part of our beach vacations, but had I known how easy it was I would have been enjoying it every day of our vacation. It's that easy. It's that much fun.
Follow the links at the bottom of the page to learn how to get started. If you've been fishing on the coast before and know the basics, follow the links to find some of my favorite spots.
I'm not going to get too complicated. I'm going to tell you how to get started and where they bite the best.
With that knowledge you will go home with some good pictures of your catch.
Want a place where you can fish and your children can swim? Visit the Orange Beach Waterfront Park.
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