There’s more to do in Gulf Shores & Orange Beach than soaking up the sun and splashing in the surf. Nature tourism opportunities are plentiful with bird watching, back bay kayaking and miles of hiking and biking trails.
More than 11 miles spread (more…)
“There were about 50 redfish caught last Monday, June 17, on the Gulf State Park Pier in Gulf Shores, Ala., and maybe 20 or 30 king mackerel as well as some nice Spanish mackerel,” David Thornton, an avid pier and surf angler who helps people fish at (more…)
Fun, food and fireworks sound like the perfect combination for the July 4 holiday. There’s less than a month left to plan your Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Independence Day vacation. Make a beach vacation part of your Fourth of July traditions!
Editor’s Note: The following red snapper report is from Captain Randy Boggs, who operates Reel Surprise Charters (www.reelsurprisecharters.com) out of SanRoc Cay Marina in Orange Beach, Alabama. On any given day, his boats may take out over 100 anglers (more…)
“The first consideration in booking a family fishing trip will be deciding if your family wants to fish by itself on a private charter or go with other people on a shared expense trip,” Amanda Henderson at Zeke’s Marina (www.zekeslanding.com, (more…)
History buffs, we’re calling your name. It’s once again time for tours by twilight at Fort Morgan, just west of Gulf Shores, Alabama. The historic fortification, also known as the Guardian of Mobile Bay, hosts thousands of visitors each June and July (more…)
Thank you for reading the What’s Biting blog. Please take a few moments to complete this short survey that will provide valuable feedback as we work to meet your fishing information needs. All survey responses completed by noon on June 7 will be entered (more…)