Liven Up Your Conference Agenda with Charter Fishing

Make your next beach meeting the most memorable yet by adding an Orange Beach charter fishing excursion to your attendees' agenda. It's the perfect activity to go beyond the four walls of a meeting space and see a different side of the Alabama Gulf Coast. And, your meeting goers can take home some feast-worthy, and hopefully brag-worthy, fish they caught aboard one of the many vessels that call this part of the Gulf Coast

home. Orange Beach boasts one of the largest charter fishing fleets in the region and many anglers refer to the area as the fishing mecca of the Southeast. Come discover why during your next Gulf Shores and Orange Beach meeting or conference.

When selecting a charter type for your group, first-timers may want to begin their charter fishing adventures with a nearshore or inshore excursion that takes them just off the coast and into the back bays of Baldwin County. Most inshore and nearshore charter fishing trips last between four and six hours while you fish for speckled trout, white trout, gulf flounder and many other species.

Want a little more adventure? Put the wind at your back and the sun to your face on a charter fishing trip that takes you 10 to 50 miles into the Gulf of Mexico. You'll need to schedule more time for this trip and may consider it as a post-conference add-on. You'll be fishing for wahoo, tuna, blue marlin, mahi mahi and more. You can book half day, whole day or even overnight charter fishing trips that take anglers 60 or more miles offshore. Cast your line for yellow-edge grouper, tile fish or scorpion fish.

A Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism sales staff member can assist your group in selecting the charter fishing trip that fits your time allotment and budget.

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