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Want to take the whole family on a fun fishing excersion ? Call Captain Troy owner of the Distraction. He can even arrange for his daughter to babysit any youngsters that might be better off at the condo or beach house. Distraction Charter Boat is a 41' custom built Hatteras. It offers casual elegance and a clean sitting and sleeping area. It has a kitchen and a modern bathroom. It has a climate controlled sitting area where you can escape the action and cool down.
Captain Troy's Phone Number: 251-975-8111 Call Anytime--
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Doug, Sheree and John show a few Red Snappers caught on June 12, 2008

Wow--Look at this fish...this is no illusion. This is a REAL photo of a huge snapper. Lee Windham of Brandon, Miss., caught this 95.2-pound cubera snapper Thursday, June 11, 2009, while fishing 25 miles southeast of Orange Beach, Ala. The huge fish ate a 2-pound blue runner Windham had dropped over an artificial reef in 120 feet of water.

Huge fish caught off  Orange Beach in Gulf

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For Local Charter Fishing Trips contact these area Marinas:
Tell them you got the number from Lundy's website !

SanRoc Cay--251-981-5423 or 1-888-386-4853
Bear Point Marina--251-981-2327
Zeke's Landing Marina--251-981-4007
Orange Beach Marina--251-4207

Federal Regulations (Limits) 
concerning all fishing and harvesting of seafood in Gulf Waters

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"Fishing the Local Waters...Gulf Shores to Panama City" is the book you want to order if you are headed here to fish.

Click to Order and get specific info for the Orange Beach/ Gulf Shores/ Perdido Key area

In The Barefoot Fisherman Guide To The Emerald Coast, Gregory Dew reveals forty very special spots to fish along the Gulf Shores, Alabama, to Apalachicola, Florida. Also included for the angler is a wealth of sound advice on rigging an outfit, basic angling techniques, special fishing techniques, picking a prime location (considering tides, currents, wind, water, and geography), fish species and habitats, even local recipes! The Barefoot Fisherman Guide To The Emerald Coast is enhanced further with a chapter dedicated to resource websites, addresses, telephone numbers, tackle shops, and selected fishing charters. If you are planning a fishing trip anywhere along this spectacular Gulf of Mexico shoreline, begin with browsing through Gregory Dew's The Barefoot Fisherman Guide To The Emerald Coast!
Sport Fish of the Gulf of Mexico

This book is an excellent reference guide for identifying gulf and bay fishes, and contains very little "how-to" information. Fish are separated into families. Each fish has a detailed color illustration, common name(s), and scientific name, plus a short description of each of the following categories: physical description, range, habitat, typical sizes, food value, game quality, typical tackle and bait, and a very short description of typical fishing methods. 185 fish are pictured in all, including sharks, stingrays, baitfish, and a number of other fish that may be encountered even though they are not normally thought of as sport fish.

The Pelican Guide to the Florida Panhandle

One reviewer said:

I had no idea that the Florida Panhandle had so much to offer. This author definitely knows the territory - I felt like I got all kinds of inside tips on where to go and what to do --- plus I couldn't find any other source of information specifically dedicated to the Panhandle.
With Alabama's Gulf Coast right on the same stretch of land, you know that much of the information here applies to us too !

Little Warning Here:
State waters extend into the Gulf of Mexico three miles south of Alabama's coastline from Florida almost along a straight line due west along the Ft. Morgan peninsula and Dauphin Island to Mississippi. The line, however, curves southward three miles from Sand Island. A rule of thumb when leaving Mobile Bay: if you are south of Farewell Buoy , you are in federal waters. Mississippi and Florida also require salt water fishing licenses. Florida's state waters extend nine miles south of the coastline. You can be fined for straying into another state's water with fish caught in Alabama or federal waters.

Approximately 1,200 sq. miles of dedicated artificial reef bottom beckon Alabama's off shore anglers. Some of the commonly caught reef fish include Red Snapper, Lane Snapper, Grouper, Atlantic Spadefish, Scamp, Triggerfish, Amberjack, & Barracuda.


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