Shallow Intentions Fishing invites you to come explore the pristine waters of Dauphin Island with Captain Chance Praytor. He specializes in inshore fishing trips that cater to all ages and levels and provides top-of-the-line tackle on a classic custom-built boat. Capt. Chance will work hard to get you hooked and make sure your time on board is both enjoyable and productive!
His 24’ Blazer Bay boat is designed with care and precision and was completely renovated in 2017. She’s powered by a 250 HP Yamaha motor and equipped with state-of-the-art navigational electronics, safety gear, a live bait tank, and rod holders. She accommodates up to 4 guests comfortably and everyone can fish at the same time.
Dauphin Island fishing is dynamic and exciting. With the Gulf to the south and Mobile Bay to the north, you’ll be situated in between some of the best fishing spots in the region. Here, you can catch lots of Redfish, Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead, Jack Crevalle, Speckled Trout, and Whiting. Capt. Chance is an expert in jigging, popping, and spinning and he’ll take you to some of the sweetest honey holes where you’ll be able to target all of these species and more!
You’ll be provided with Shimano, Ambassador, and Allstar rods and reels, all in excellent condition. Your fishing license is included and he’ll also offer to clean and fillet your catch for you as well. There’s also cooler on board for food and drinks, so feel free to bring lunches and snacks.
All you have to do is arrive 15 minutes before departure and come with a positive attitude ready to catch some fish. Everything you need will be taken care of so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. Just click “Instant Book” at the top of the page and get ready for an unforgettable adventure with Shallow Intentions Fishing!
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About this listing
Blazer Bay (Bay boat) originally built in 2009, and restored in 2018. Powered by a 250HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.