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Old 01-20-2017, 06:32 PM   #1
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I'm coming down to the Bay area ( Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores) in July of 2017. Looking for good fishing tips, i.e. ( Tackle , Bait , Etc. ) and locations to fish with my boys? I will be fishing out of my Bass tracker 19' boat , so any areas to stay away from will be helpful as well. Thank you for your help.
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Old 01-20-2017, 06:48 PM   #2
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I can't help you with that area but is your trailer painted or galvanized ?
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Old 01-20-2017, 06:53 PM   #3
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You'll be in my neck of the woods.

There's plenty of places to fish in smaller boats. Mobile Bay, the ICW, Little Lagoon, etc. You can also trailer it to the East into Orange beach and Perdido Key for other options.

If you get time when you get in, swing by our store or give me a call at the number in my signature below. I can go over a chart with you and let you know the dos and donts of the local waterways as well as what to use where, why and how.
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There'll also be some good surf fishing at that point as well
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Little lagoon can be great for trout. I've heard that there's also a lot of flounder there but I haven't had great success. Little lagoon is pretty shallow so it's often best for fishing at night or early morning when it cools off a little bit. I like to drift over 4-5ft and throw a big topwater at night for some nice gator trout. Also, little lagoon pass is great on an outgoing tide if you wade out to where the water mixes, especially during low light. It is usually non stop action with ladyfish and bluefish, with the occasional red, trout, or Spanish thrown in. I'll be fishing little lagoon pretty hard that time of year so feel free to hit me up when it gets closer and I'll let you know how it's going.


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Prepare to be HOT sunscreen a must in a open boat
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:00 PM   #7
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Default Shore fishing south side of easy bay west of axelson point

Visiting relative that live on south side of east bay.
They dont fish. Im looking for fishing tips. Lures, time of day,etc.
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If you get time when you get in, swing by our store or give me a call at the number in my signature below. I can go over a chart with you and let you know the dos and donts of the local waterways as well as what to use where, why and how.
Good knowledgeable local information is hard to come by. Don't ignore it when it knocks on your door. And a 'thank you' goes a long way as well. Good luck!
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