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RolyPoly
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Orange Beach charter

Need recommendation for offshore charter out of Orange Beach. Thanks


Bama and Beer
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Not to be a dick or anything but there needs to be a sticky or some shite in the summer time with this thread topic.
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TheDrunkenTigah
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yeah this has been asked once a week for two months now, just google 'tigerdroppings orange beach charter' and about 8 threads will come up


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LSUTiger205
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Bad Habit Charters, Capt. Steve Schultz.


Tounces
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Reel Good Charters, Capt. Jake Myers


failuretocommunicate
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Reel Good Charters, Capt. Jake Myers


Went out on the Reel Good Charters party boat last Wednesday. Took 5 teenage boys fishing since they were tired of the beach. There was 25 others on the boat but no problems at all (i figured it would be tangled lines all day long but the deckhands had it down to a science). The boys caught 45 vermilion snapper (caught 6 red snapper and 5 trigger fish but had to throw those back due to being out of season).

It was a 6 hour trip and was booked late Tuesday afternoon to depart at 8 the next morning. $85 per person. Went out about 22 miles, water was slick as glass but it was hot as hell.

The catch that day by the entire boat was probably 200+ fish.....a couple of folks didn't do that well and there were a couple of other real nice stringers that i saw.

Was actually better and more organized than some private charters i've been on.


Last call
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Hu_Flung_Pu
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We did Zeke's. I guess it was ok. We were all REALLY hung over.


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duxnbux
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re: Orange Beach charter
Has anybody got any contact info for Reel Good Charters, I can't find anything using Google, thanks


jorconalx
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Its called Reel Surprise Charters not reel good

Her you go
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duxnbux
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Thank you jorconalx


jorconalx
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tight lines. They're a good outfit. I've used them the last few years and will be again in august.


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duxnbux
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failuretocommunicate

Which boat were y'all on? Did you clean your own fish? If so, was it there at the dock or back at the condo


stevengtiger
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Clay Blankenship out of Zekes. Mostly inshore fishing for kings, spanish and reds. Fished with him about six times and always had fun. Good guy. You can find his direct number on Zekes website.

ETA due to above post: He will clean and bag any fish you catch. Suggestion: get him to take a few fish inside of Wolf Bay Lodge at Zekes and they will fry or blacken your fish to have for lunch. They do a great job.
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failuretocommunicate
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We were on the Gulf Winds II. When you get off of the boat there is a fish cleaning station where the deckhands will filet the fish you just caught for .30 cents a pound. They put the filets in a couple of large ziplock bags for you. It took about 15 minutes for them to clean the fish. Didn't touch the fish until later that night when the frying commenced.

Cost me about 30 dollars for fish cleaning. I also tipped the deckhands 90 bucks total (there's signs all over the boat that recommend tipping 20% of your trip fee as the hands work on tips only).





jorconalx
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Gulf Winds II




duxnbux
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Thanks for the info, me and my boys will be on the Gulf Winds II the end of July


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