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Fishing Reports by Capt. Don McPherson


2011-05-09
12:57 AM

Amberjack Fishing - Amberjack season is open till the end of May. This is a good hard fighting fish and they are usually caught on 10 and 12 hour charters. The bite has been good along with catches of vermillion snapper, white snapper, triggerfish, scamp grouper and red more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2011-04-11
10:14 AM

Amberjack fishing in Orange Beach, Alabama - April is providing some awesome fishing on our half day and full day fishing charters. We are catching Spanish mackerel and a few isolated king mackerel on our 4 hour fishing charters. We are catching vermillion snapper, white snapper and triggerfish more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2011-03-05
10:57 AM

Orange Beach Fishing Report - March is here and so is some nice warm weather. We are enjoying some sunny days here in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, Alabama. The bull redfish are still here but are isolated. It is taking some patience to locate these big bulls. The Spanish mackere more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2010-12-05
1:36 PM

Fishing Orange Beach in the Winter - Bull Redfish action has been great nearshore just off the beaches near Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, Alabama. We are catching bull redfish weighing from 17 pounds to 30 pounds. Hook into to one of these bulls with light spinning tackle and hang on. W more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2010-08-16
6:55 PM

Alabama Fishing waters open - As of August 16th, Alabama state waters and Florida state waters are open and fish may be kept. We are catching Spanish mackerel and king mackerel on the 4 hour Alabama fishing charters. The 6 hour fishing charters in Alabama waters are producing som more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2010-05-28
11:28 AM

Orange Beach fishing - June is almost here and fishing is great. Over 37 days since the oil spill and we have not seen any sign of oil. Red snapper season opens June 1st and we are seeing red snapper everywhere. We are also catching a few isolated grouper. Come join us on more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2010-03-29
1:48 PM

Fishing Orange Beach in April - The water has been much cooler than normal this year due to the colder winter. The redfish bite is slowing down but it is time for the big cobia to appear. April should give us some good Orange Beach fishing for cobia, Spanish mackerel and king macke more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2010-02-11
6:07 PM

February Fishing on Alabama Gulf Coast - February has provided many parts of the country with cold and wet weather conditions. Orange Beach is also one of those areas. This is unusual for our area in February. Most anglers are just waiting on March which should provide some warmer weather. more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach


2010-01-20
1:37 PM

Gulf Shores Fishing - Gulf Shores fishing has been very good this winter. We are catching some very nice bull redfish weighing 20 to 30 pounds. These are a blast on light spinning tackle. We are catching these big fish on 4 hour Gulf Shores fishing charters nearshore. Gul more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Gulf Shores


2009-12-08
12:00 PM

Redfish Fishing for the Bulls - Awesome awesome awesome. Alabama saltwater fishing at its best right here in Orange Beach, Alabama in December. Big bull redfish in giant schools of over 100 fish. We are catching these big redfish on light spinning tackle with 20 pound test mono lin more...
Capt. Don McPherson - Orange Beach

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