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Old 03-07-2010, 06:03 PM   #1
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Default Does anyone know how the fishing is at the pier at The Four Seasons in Orange Beach?

I'm going to be staying there during the 1st full week of April and wondered what it was like?



Any info is appreciated...
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Old 03-10-2010, 05:32 PM   #2
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Default RE: Does anyone know how the fishing is at the pier at The Four Seasons in Orange Beach?

I envy you!

I hear it's pretty good at times. You can expect inshore fish like flounder, whiting and even speckled trout at night.

There's a good chance for spanish mackerel and even pompano during the day.

Would love to hear how you do...
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Default RE: Does anyone know how the fishing is at the pier at The Four Seasons in Orange Beach?

I'll be on Pensacola Beach just down from the pier...I waited to long for reservations in Panama city by the pier...so I'll be fishing pensacola this year....when not out on the gulf.
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Old 03-15-2010, 04:20 PM   #4
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Default RE: Does anyone know how the fishing is at the pier at The Four Seasons in Orange Beach?

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Pier#r (3/10/2010)I envy you!

I hear it's pretty good at times. You can expect inshore fish like flounder, whiting and even speckled trout at night.

There's a good chance for spanish mackerel and even pompano during the day.

Would love to hear how you do...


I will let you know how I do.

For trout - can you use a popper with a DOA shrimp? Or do you need live shrimp?

What about Sheepshead? I've stayed there before and I know Sheepies were there, but I could never get their interest no matter what I offered. I've heard that shrimp are good, but don't you need live ones?
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