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Can’t quite decide which of Alabama’s diverse fisheries you want to explore? Simply hop aboard one of the many Fort Morgan fishing charters on offer. Providing access to Mobile Bay and the mighty Gulf of Mexico, you’ll be able to cast your line for inshore species, plumb the depths of the local reefs and wrecks, or head offshore for a big game fishing extravaganza!
Always wanted to hook that famous Alabamian trio of Speckled Trout, Redfish, and Flounder? Head north out of Fort Morgan and drop your lines in Mobile Bay. Not only will you be able to hook these tasty species, but you’ll find Grouper and Snapper species lurking around the bay’s reefs, too. If you’re a newer angler, a half day inshore trip is the perfect introduction to these waters. Want to make sure your cooler is well stocked? Opt for a full day trip.
Head south of Fort Morgan towards the Gulf, and you’ll encounter a whole host of fish. Don’t want to travel far? A half day trip will see you reeling in Red Drum, Jack Crevalle, Spanish Mackerel, Speckled Trout, Redfish, and the “Silver King” – Tarpon. Determined to experience this area’s famed deep sea fishing opportunities? Opt for an extended day trip, at least 10 hours long, and get your fill of Mahi Mahi, Blue and White Marlin, Sailfish, Tuna varieties, and Wahoo.
As Fort Morgan’s fishing scene is so diverse, it only makes sense that this is reflected in the charters on offer! You’ll find captains dotted along Fort Morgan’s northern and southern shorelines, with trips suitable for every type of angler. Whether you’re experienced or a total newbie, you’ll find the perfect trip for you.


Rules & Regulations

If you choose to explore Fort Morgan’s fisheries alongside a local charter captain, your fishing license will be provided for you. Your captain will fill you in on local size and bag limits, too.
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Inshore fishing is seriously productive in January, so start your year off in the best way – you’ll find Speckled Trout and Redfish in abundance. Around the reefs and wrecks, Grouper species can be found lurking.


In the flats and shallows, Bull Redfish and Sheepshead are biting hard. Speckled Trout fishing stays strong. If you’re willing to travel seriously far offshore, you’ll come face-to-gills with hard-fighting yellowfin Tuna.

Cobia fishing around the reefs is seriously plentiful, with King and Spanish Mackerel also making an appearance closer to shore. In the bays, Flounder start to turn up, and Redfish fishing remains strong.

Cobia and Amberjack can be found by the reefs. Further offshore, Mahi Mahi begin to show up. As well as Flounder and “Specks,” huge Redfish make an appearance inshore, so head to Mobile Bay to catch trophy Bull!


As the weather heats up, so does the fishing! Head offshore to troll for Wahoo and Mahi Mahi, hit the reefs for Grouper and Snapper, or stay inshore to hook huge Redfish, Speckled Trout, Tripletail, and plenty more.


Heads up, Red Snapper fans! June usually heralds the open season for this species, so make sure you book in advance. Big game enthusiasts can head offshore to target Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and Marlin species.


It would be easier to list what isn’t biting in July – this month sees pretty much every species on offer! Inshore and offshore waters are abundant. Charters can get pretty full, so make sure you book well in advance. 


If you want to bow to the Silver King, this is the month to visit, with Tarpon showing up along the shores of the Gulf in abundance. Offshore, Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and Sailfish are all biting.


As the waters cool down slightly, the bite only heats up! Inshore, Speckled Trout and Redfish are biting hard, with huge trophy species regularly being caught. Head offshore to hook Tuna species.

Inshore, Flounder and Redfish can be found swarming the shallows, and Speckled Trout start to make a reappearance. Bottom-dwellers are biting hard around the reefs, and Kingfish can be hooked in the Gulf.

Bull Redfish are on offer inshore, and they’re joined by tasty Flounder and Speckled Trout, making this the perfect time for a Mobile Bay trip! The reefs are swarming with Grouper and Snapper species.

 It may be the end of the year, but the fishing season is far from over! Head to the bays and flats to hook Specks, Redfish, and Flounder, or head seriously far offshore to battle some huge Tuna species.

Fort Morgan Fishing Calendar

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July fishing trip
Chris A. fished with Capt. Lynn's – Gulf Shores on July 5, 2020
Be prepared for some rough water. Summertime storms can pop up quickly. Expect to get wet. Pay attention to directions from the captain and the fish are a lot stronger than you might think.
Mack H. fished with Nauti Fish Co – Gulf Shores on May 30, 2020
First would be book Capt Brad, Nauti Fish Co. I would recommend checking what fish are in season. I also would recommend looking into state waters vs federal waters. I messed up and looked at seasons wrong or something i also was totally ignorant to all the regulations on state waters and federal waters. Brad thoroughly explained all this but i wish i had known all this before planning a vacation. I most likely would have came a week later or maybe even 6 weeks later.
Great time with Captain Rick
Sheryl H. fished with Alabama Girl Fishing – Gulf Shores on February 17, 2020
If you have a tendency to have motion sickness you might want to take something before you go.
6hrs plus
Mike J. fished with Sunrise Charters - Fort Morgan on August 6, 2019
Go with no expectations and an open mind.
Great half day trip!
Bill S. fished with Off The Hook Charters - Miss Jaqlin on July 26, 2019
Great captain took the time to explain everything and made sure we had fun!!
July fishing trip
Robert C. fished with Off The Hook Charters on July 25, 2019
Book longer than four hours, as the fun ended too quickly!
4 hour trip with captain Perry
Ted G. fished with Off The Hook Charters on July 22, 2019
Take some sun screen and have a good time
6 hr trip with Captain Lynn
Wil S. fished with Capt. Lynn's – Gulf Shores on July 21, 2019
Come ready to catch some fish! Shrimp and artificial lures both seemed to work well

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