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Captain Johnny Greene's Intimidator Sportfishing, Gulf Shores & Orange BeachApril 18, 2012 -  Now that spring break 2012 has come and gone for the gulf coast we are a still fishing and the action continues to be good for those anglers. One good time about this time of year is most all of the crowds have cleared out and of town and the fishermen are being rewarded with great catches for a minimal amount of money.

On the 4 hour charters, we have been catching lots of Spanish Mackerel and a few big king mackerel have started to show up. We have been fishing down to the west, just offshore between Orange Beach and the Gulf Shores pier. The Spanish are great eating fish that are fun to catch especially for the kids. The length of the trip seems to be just right for the kids not to loose interest. The trips we have run this spring many people have decided to keep only what they were going to eat that night for dinner which is a good thing to teach the youngsters on the boat that it is [Read more...]

Captain Johnny Greene's Intimidator Sportfishing, Gulf Shores & Orange BeachOrange Beach/Gulf Shores, Alabama – deep sea fishing report for the charter-boat Intimidator.

The fishing has been really good when we have had the weather to get offshore. On our last full day Deep sea charter fishing trip it yielded us a limit of big amberjacks from 25 to 50 pounds. We also caught a bunch large vermilion snapper, triggerfish and white snapper.

The king mackerel will typically move in to the larger structures within 20 miles of shore and aggregate in large schools making for some really fun, line-tripping action as is the focus of attention on the half day charters. There has also been some big Triggers in close too.

On the short four hour trolling trips for redfish has been a bit of a disappointment. In the late fall, we normally see large schools of redfish migrating up and down the beach but as of this point, they have not really showed up and a [Read more...]