Deep Sea Fishing in Orange Beach, AL
Report Date: April 1, 2010
Fishing out of Orange Beach Alabama is building to an all time Great. Red Snapper are more abundant than ever before and there has been a few 90 plus pound Wahoo brought to the weigh in scales for the Salt Water Series Tournament.
We have seen some big Amberjack being caught in the 35-45 pound range as well as some 50-75 pound Yellow Fin Tuna. The Black Fin Tuna are biting well also. On our last few offshore trips we have been bringing in some Scamp in the 15-18 pound range as well as some 4.5lb Vermillion Snapper (Mingo). Trigger Fish are making a good show along with big White Snapper in the 3.5lb range. The Inshore action is doing well with the Cobia showing up, some weighed in at 90.3 lb, 86.5 and more. Spanish, King mackerel and Red Fish are biting along the beach. There are plenty of Cigar Minnows starting to bunch up in schools on the bottom. So far we've seen an improvement in every species and it looks like we'll see even more in the future. The weather is warming up every day and is expected to reach as high as 90 degrees today. We are all looking forward to the opening of Federal Waters for Red Snapper on June 1st. The season last until August 5. There will be the "World Championship Red Snapper Tournament " going on the entire season of Red Snapper.