Cool Change Inshore Fishing
Hi, Capt. Joe Nash here! I run an inshore light tackle fishing service during our slower months, from late August thru just before memorial weekend.
We fish for a variety of species from Speckled Trout, Redfish, Sheepshead, Flounder, Black Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Gafftop Catfish, and Bluefish. These are great fishing trips and very economical as well. All licenses, tackle and bait are included.
This is a great way to introduce the wife or the kids into fishing and be in more or less protected waters. Just get in touch with us through FishingBooker to check our availability. Thank you and hope to take you fishing!
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Kenner (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 2002. Powered by a 150HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.
Types of Fishing
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About the Captain
Member since May 2015
Orange Beach Fishing Calendar
Went fishing on April 6, 2017
I highly recommend this trip and Captain Joe Nash as your guide.
We were on spring break, down from Cedar Springs, Michigan and I told my son and his friend, both older teenagers, that I would take them fishing. The weather wasn’t very cooperative that week because a front had moved in and brought some large waves into the Gulf. The evening before our last day there I started looking for some inshore fishing options so I could at least get the boys on the water and I ran across Captain Joe Nash.
Captain Nash has over 4,000 charter trips under his belt which I particularly liked so we scheduled a 1pm to 5pm trip for the next day to do some inshore fishing. I like fishing, but I also like sleeping on my vacations so the 1pm trip was perfect.
I’ve been on a few charter fishing trips and have had mixed results. I told the boys that if nothing else, we’ll get a nice boat ride and a day on the water. We got so much more. Captain Nash was a great host and his boat was perfect for the 3 of us plus Captain Nash.
The boys took a liking to Captain Nash right away and felt comfortable being themselves. I liked him as well and enjoyed chatting throughout the day. Despite the 15 to 20 mph winds, Captain Nash was able to take us to a few spots until we found a good spot and we started catching fish. In fact, for the next few hours, it seemed like we’d chat a little and them somebody had a fish on. It was great and as you can see from the pictures, the speckled trout were good size. We also caught 1 Flounder which was a surprise and several small Redfish. On the way back to the marina we passed by a small pod of dolphins which was also a treat.
Captain Nash also has a larger boat for blue water fishing which I hope to charter on future vacations. As for this one, it was really the highlight of our week.
Fished April 2017Fished April 6, 2017Dale Moore recommends Cool Change Inshore Fishing