Posts by Captain Patric Garmeson

Mobile Alabama Fishing Charters

Mobile Alabama fishing charter two kids holding fish

Mobile Alabama. is located in Southwest Alabama and offers some of the very best inshore, nearshore and offshore fishing along the gulf coast. This Mobile county community is home to several Mobile Alabama fishing charters. The fishing charters located in Mobile, Al. can provide fishing experiences for all levels of skill anglers. Anglers could expect…

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Dauphin Island Fishing Charters

Dauphin island fishing charter lady holding large redfish

Dauphin Island Al. is located in Southwest Alabama and offers some of the very best inshore, nearshore and offshore fishing along the gulf coast. This south Mobile county community is home to many Dauphin island fishing charters. The fishing charters located on Dauphin island can provide fishing experiences for all levels of skill anglers. Anglers…

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Springtime Speckled Trout Fishing

speckled trout

Springtime Speckled Trout Fishing Spring brings new life and with it often brings great fishing. Most of the speckled trout are leaving the rivers and creeks where they have spent the last several months and they are hungry! Most of the baitfish and shrimp are in very low supplies right now so speckled trout are…

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Sheepshead Fishing

Sheepshead fishing Mobile Bay

Springtime Sheepshead fishing It happens every year. Winter turns to spring, spring to summer, summer to fall and fall to winter. Regardless if you want it to happen the seasons change and so do the fish that we target. Springtime sheepshead fishing is a great way to enjoy a day on the water with friends…

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Bull Redfish

man holding big bull redfish

Year round action You may or may not know this but I am on the water all 12 months per year. During those 12 months I am taking clients out into the Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi Sound, Mobile Bay, Weeks Bay and all the rivers that feed Mobile Bay. I have had to adapt to…

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Pompano restocking

Lady holding pompano

Trachinotus carolinus The Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus) is a species of marine fish in the Trachinotus (pompano) genus of the family Carangidae. It has a compressed body and short snout; coloration varies from blue-greenish silver on the dorsal areas and silver to yellow on the body and fins. It can be found along the western…

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Captain Patric’s Salsa

Captain’s Salsa Recipe 2011 my wife, Autumn and I honeymooned in Belize on San Pedro Island. It was on this vacation that I had a rediscovery of fish tacos. Found an appreciation for great salsa and a new love for ceviche. Autumn and I found the hole in the wall restaurants and a charter boat…

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Rising Rivers

Massive Watershed The Mobile Bay Watershed encompasses 65% of the land area for the state of Alabama. Also, includes portions of Mississippi, Georgia and Tennessee. Mobile Bay is the end-point for the Mobile, Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Alabama, Coosa and Tallapoossa Rivers. The watershed is a vast network of over 250 separate waterways, including rivers, bays, creeks, bayous,…

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Battle Of the Grubs

Battle Of the Grubs BOG What is BOG? BOG stands for “Battle Of the Grub.” Well, it’s a fishing tournament. Kinda like the Never Ending Story of fishing tournaments. The BOG history book dates back to the 20th century and began as a fishing challenge to decide who was better at catching speckled trout on…

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2018 The Winter Classic

The best speckled trout tournament The Winter Classic. The best speckled trout tournament in the entire Mobile Bay area. This is a two day event where you can only use artificial lures and you get bonus points for bringing in live speckled trout. Our 2018 edition of The Winter Classic was the best event thus…

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Mobile Bay fishing report

Cold air invades Huge blast of cold air has invaded the whole country including the Alabama Gulf coast. This Mobile Bay fishing report is a projection of what to expect behind the rainmaker. Monday 12/4 our weather was stable and water temps as warm as 73 degrees. Today I am not fishing because I am…

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