What We Catch
Fishing Inshore Alabama Waters
Middle Bay Fishing Charters specializes in light tackle inshore fishing on Mobile Bay and in the surrounding waters of Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Fort Morgan, Point Clear, Fairhope, and Daphne. Have other questions- check out our FAQs.
Over the past few years, the redfish stock in Coastal Alabama has really taken off. With redfish, you're always in for a fun fight, especially on light tackle.
Bait used include live shrimp, fresh dead shrimp, soft plastics and top water lures. In Bon Secour River, Magnolia River, Weeks Bay, and the Intercoastal Waterway in Gulf Shores you can find some beautiful reds.
From the Tensaw Delta to Fort Morgan and the surrounding inlets, Mobile Bay offers some of the best speckled trout fishing in Alabama's inshore waters. Mobile Bay offers many man-made reefs, rigs, and natural structures where speckled trout thrive.
We use live shrimp, manhaden, croakers, and soft plastic and top water lures, which Middle Bay Fishing Charters provides. Our bay fishing is a great way to introduce first-time or beginning anglers to the sport.
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We'll find tripletail in Mobile Bay from mid-May to September near channel markers, crab traps, and floating debris.
Also known as blackfish, tripletail are so much fun to catch and will really test your light tackle. If you're keep one, you're in for a treat at the dinner table as well!
Flounder are hiding out in Mobile Bay, Point Clear, Magnolia River, Bon Secour River, and the Mobile Tensaw Delta around structures like piers, rocks, grass beds, and oyster shells.
We'll use live shrimp, finger mullet, bull minnows, and soft plastics tipped with a strip of mullet.