Southern Bend Offshore Charters operates out of Orange Beach, AL, offering high-action offshore adventures targeting a range of bottom, reef and pelagic species such as Snapper, Grouper, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Sailfish and more.
Orange Beach is widely recognized as possibly the best fishing location in the whole of the Alabama Gulf Coast, with great fishing from a few inches of water in its remote backcountry, and unbeatable access to the very heart of the Gulf of Mexico. Southern Bend Charters makes the very most of this, with different vessels specifically built and rigged to dominate every environment.
You will be fishing aboard the flagship of the Southern Bend fleet the “Miss Ginger”, a 30 ft Island Hopper sportfishing boat with plenty of room aboard for 6 anglers. Completely restored in 2010, the vessel now features a comfortable, air-conditioned interior with plenty of space to escape into the cool in between the hard-fought battles out on the deck, as well as a head for extra convenience on longer trips. The vessel also boasts a large flybridge where you can relax and enjoy the stunning views on your way to and from the fishing grounds.
Your trip with Southern Bend Offshore Charters starts way before the day itself, with Captain Landon talking through exactly what you want from your day to give you the greatest experience possible. Once on the water, you will be provided with nothing but the best fishing equipment, with a choice of light and heavy tackle, and live bait or lures.
Depending on your target species you can spend the day spinning, jigging, trolling, or bottom fishing. Captain Landon’s skilled first mate will work with you the whole trip to make sure you are properly set up for whatever technique you are using, and will bend over backwards to give you an unforgettable time on board, heading home at the end of the day with aching arms and awesome fish!
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Island Hopper (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1990, and restored in 2010. Powered by a 330HP Cummins engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.