March 2011 Inshore Fishing recap

  Variety was the theme on the Alabama Gulf Coast for March 2011.  The speckled trout were a little slow in showing up in the places they should have been, but almost every other species of inland fish were available around Perdido Pass in Orange Beach.  There were even a couple of Flounder caught on a trip this last week.  Pompano, Sheepshead, Black Drum, and Redfish were biting almost every morning and afternoon around the rock jetties and Perdido Pass bridge this month.  Although I absolutely love fishing for Speckled Trout and concentrate much effort toward staying keyed in on their location, sometimes in March it can be tough.  March is a transition month and some years the trout fishing is outstanding, some years it is average, and some years it is non existent in Orange Beach.  I will officially label March 2011 as "average" (for what it's worth). 

   However, because of the outstanding fishery that we enjoy an the Alabama coast, I was able to have many succesful charters this month.  The presence of all of these species of fish helped make a lot of good memories for my guests that were vacationing on the Alabama coast this spring break season.  I am thankful for all of my guests that have fished with me this month and for the relationships we created.  That is actually my favorite part of what I am able to for a living and I do not take anyone's time they spend with me for granted.  Thanks, again everyone.