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Old 07-12-2019, 07:01 PM
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Looking to go down to the Orange Beach AL area and do a offshore tuna fishing trip. Was curious for the best times of year. From what I hear tuna fishing is good all year long but I assume there is a time when it really heats up. Also if anyone has any charter recommendations out of Perdido.

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I was thinking about these guys.

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Sea spray will get you on the fish. I think he works out of Louisiana in the winter.
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Also Lady D.
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Also Lady D.
I had a good 18 hour trip on the lady d in April even in very rough seas caught some tuna and did well on the bottom fish on the way in also stayed out a few hours extra to make up for the lost fishing time because of the rough seas
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Have had boats in the area since the 80’s. You would be hard pressed to beat the two Captains already mentioned.
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Okay. Cool. SO Iam on the right track.
I will look into that other captain as well.
Any particular season?

How many miles
is the trek out there? Hours?
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Originally Posted by Grady257 View Post
Okay. Cool. SO Iam on the right track.
I will look into that other captain as well.
Any particular season?

How many miles
is the trek out there? Hours?
that's kinda a loaded question alot of variables to that. All depends on how far the good water is out and what kinda time they can make getting out there
Old 07-14-2019, 01:21 PM
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I've personally been on Lady D out of Sportsman and Intimidator out of Orange Beach Marina. Can't go wrong with either one.
Time of year? Just depends on the water. Been tough so far this summer because of all the dirty water, but finally starting to get a little better.
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Hours is not an issue on a big ass Resmondo. Grill, drink, sleep. All good.

But to answer your question, minimum 4 out up to 6.
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Thank you all for the information.
Thats isn’t too bad of a trip in a boat like that.

Now I just have to follow the reports for when the bit happens and cleaner water comes in.


Thanks again
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Originally Posted by Gary999 View Post
Also Lady D.
one of the sexiest hulls we see go through the pass.
She used to slip at San Roc Cay a few years back.
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Originally Posted by wdkerek View Post
one of the sexiest hulls we see go through the pass.
She used to slip at San Roc Cay a few years back.
She moved? Thought she went up front.
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My prefwrence is Sea Spray. Nobody works harder than Capt. Bill Staff and his crew. I think he shuts it down in November then starts back in February in Fouchon.
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She moved? Thought she went up front.
when I fished on it in April it was out of sportsman's
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Is there a best time of year for a YFT bite. Or wahoo

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