Guided inshore fishing trips on Mobile Bay will not happen without a boat. Alabama inshore fishing requires the proper boat and motor set up to provide anglers of all types to enjoy his or her time on the water. Mobile Bay is 413 Sq miles and averages 10' deep and requires a boat that can handle a chop. USCG licensed Captain Patric Garmeson runs the Ugly Fishing Triton 240LTS. This near bullet proof hull is powered by a 250HP Yamaha SHO which is one of the most reliable motors on the market.
The boat is equipped with a Lowrance gps/fish finder to locate fish and maintain course while navigating Mobile Bay and surrounding water ways. Bennett trim tabs on the transom of the boat will aid in a smooth boat ride even in the choppiest of conditions in Alabama inshore fishing areas. Mobile Bay averages 10' deep and allows Ugly Fishing Captain, Patric Garmeson, to utilize the Minn Kota Talon Power anchor. The power anchor allows for inshore fishing Daphne, Fairhope, and Point Clear areas much easier. The last vital piece of fishing equipment on Ugly Fishing Triton LTS is the remote control/GPS tolling motor. Ugly Fishing inshore fishing charters has the Motor Guide Xi5 pinPoint trolling motor. This trolling motor has the capabilities to maintain full control of the boat in some of the most extreme conditions, which allows for USCG licensed Captain Patric Garmeson to tend to those on the boat and not have to fight with an anchor or hand control trolling motor.
The Mobile Bay Inshore fishing boat Ugly Fishing is well laid out to provide clients with plenty of storage, walking around room and cooler space to accommodate items brought along. One of the most important features of the vessel are the large live wells system that allow to carry plenty of live bait when live bait is being used for fishing near piers, reefs, and grass beds of Mobile Bay.