Perdido Pass

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Fishing in Perdido Pass

Fishing around Perdido Pass is one of the best ways to get someone hooked on catching fish. Only 2 miles east of Orange Beach, the Pass is among some of the most popular vacation destinations in the state. When you add a year-round fishing season on top of that, it’s no wonder why there are so many guides to choose from. With a local guide, you can easily avoid crowded spots at the boardwalk and go deeper to the Gulf for bigger fish.
 
Early summer is by far the most popular time to go fishing. The main “culprit” for this is Red Snapper, The Gulf’s signature fish. You can catch this red delicacy by bottom fishing on a reef trip. If Red Snapper is your main target, be sure to book your trip ahead of time – these trips sell out fast!
 
Even when the Red Snapper season closes, the show isn’t over yet. Offshore spots hold huge numbers of Yellowfin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Blue Marlin, White Marlin, and Wahoo. It takes some time to reach these spots, so be sure to book an extended full day trip.
 
If you only want to go a few miles out, take a nearshore trip and target Cobia, Amberjack, Kingfish, and Spanish Mackerel. Inshore trips are recommended if you don’t have a lot of time but still want to catch a few fish, such as Flounder, Speckled Trout, and Redfish. The Perdido Pass Bridge is one of the most popular spots to visit on inshore trips, so it’s best to come here early in the morning, before the place gets too crowded. 
 
Local charters cover your fishing license and equipment, so all you have to do is show up. Hop aboard, catch some fish, and enjoy your catch in one of the restaurants back at the marina.
 
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Perdido Pass Fishing Seasons

Going after Redfish promises great results. Even a half day trip is long enough, as you’ll stay inshore.
 
Catching Redfish is still great inshore. These grounds get even more interesting when the Black Drum migration starts.
 
Cobia and Spanish Mackerel are present in huge numbers, so a nearshore trip is the way to go. 
 
Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, and Cobia fishing is amazing. But if you want to take it a step further, go offshore for Yellowfin and Blackfin Tuna.
 
Offshore fishing trips become even more exciting with Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and Tuna at their prime. Trolling is the best way to catch them.
 
Red Snapper takes the spotlight and becomes the main focus of nearly every angler in the area during June. Join the hunt!
 
With Red Snapper season still on, it’s hard to recommend other fishing trips. But if you’re looking for something different, go after Tarpon!
 
Hardcore anglers, your time has come! This is the prime time for going after Marlin, Sailfish, Tuna, and Wahoo. Offshore fishing at its finest.
 
Mahi Mahi, White Marlin, and Wahoo are still great targets. For those who prefer inshore trips, Redfish, Flounder, and Trout are a safe bet.
 
Amberjack, Grouper, and Bull Shark are a good choice for a nearshore trip. Want some bottom fishing action? Go after Flounder.
 
A high number of Redfish still remains, even after other species are gone. Inshore trips are the best this time of year.
 
Flounder and Redfish are the most common catch at the end of the year. These trips are great for someone fishing for the first time.
 

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Top Targeted Species in Perdido Pass

Snapper (Red)

Snapper (Red)

Amberjack

Amberjack

King Mackerel (Kingfish)

King Mackerel (Kingfish)

Cobia

Cobia

Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)

Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)

Wahoo

Wahoo

Redfish

Redfish

Grouper (Gag)

Grouper (Gag)