Fishing Reports by Captain Johnny Greene
About The Author:
Company: Intimidator Sportfishing Inc
Area Reporting: Alabama's Gulf Coast
Bio: The "Intimidator" is owned and operated by Captain Johnny Greene, a life long resident of the Gulf Coast area wtih 15 years experience in the fishing industry. A very competitive young member of Alabama's offshore fishing fleet, Captain Greene brings an expert working knowledge of the Gulf waters to make the most of your fishing adventure! Johnny earned his stripes stripes on the back deck of some of the most prestigious boats along the Gulf Coast. Having worked his way into the business gives Captain Greene a unique advantage in the fishing industry. His dedication and wealth of experience in this fishery has made the "Intimidator" one of the most successful and sought out sport fishing operations on the Gulf Coast. Johnny's adept ability to put his customers on the fish time and time again is testament to his skill as a fisherman.
[Orange Beach,AL] Since the snapper had little or no fishing pressure, they just hung-around Alabama’s more-than 5,000 artificial reefs and got fat. Because of the increasing number of snapper, more and more of these fish began to move-in closer to shore.
[Orange Beach,AL] Orange Beach / Gulf Shores, Al. We left Orange Beach Marina 0n this deep sea fishing trip at 7 am with a new customer from Birmingham. We chose a 6 hour charter since he was entertaining some corporate customers. The weather was a bit choppy early in the trip but did subside as the day went along. We caught some big pretty Red Snapper on light tackle in 60 feet of water that were successfully released alive.
[Orange Beach,AL] Orange Beach / Gulf Shores, Alabama - On this charter fishing trip we had some friends on the boat for a family 4 hour fishing adventure.
[Orange Beach,AL] This is the 7th year in a row that we have fished with these guys on a long range style 3 day fishing trip. In the years past we have always went offshore to specifically target sport fishing opportunities like Yellow fin Tuna and Wahoo but with some of the offshore waters closed we went in search of new horizons. We left Orange Beach Marina at 6;30 am and started of trying to catch a little live bait for this long fishing trip.
[Orange Beach,AL] We had a great time on this offshore overnight trip from Orange Beach, Alabama
[Orange Beach,AL] The 6 hour deep sea fishing charter trips continue to be a big sucess for Orange Beach and Gulf Shores fishing boats
[Orange Beach,AL] Spring break fishing from Orange Beach and Gulf Shores is good!
[Orange Beach,AL] The Alabama Spring break is here and we are looking forward to seeing all of friends in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores over the next couple of weeks.
[Orange Beach,AL] During our conversation about fishing in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, we discussed the difference between trips and so thought I would share that with you guys
[Orange Beach,AL] It is no secret that the spring months between February to May is when we normally catch a most of the really big Amberjacks over the course of the year.
[Orange Beach,AL] The fishing for Redfish of Alabama's Gulf coast continues to provide constient action for anglers
[Orange Beach,AL] The weather is cooling off but the near shore trolling is heating up!
[Orange Beach,AL] We have had good luck this summer deep dropping and trying new stuff. It has been fun seeing new fish and different types of fishing
[Orange Beach,AL] Fall fishing is good offshore, Wahoo, Amberjack and Tuna!
[Orange Beach,AL] The Offshore action is heating up! The water is cleaning up and the fish are biting
[Orange Beach,AL] Spring time Cobia fishing is here. This is a economical way go have your shot at a big fish on light tackle right off the beach
[Orange Beach,AL] Book now to get you Cobia fishing dates.
[Orange Beach,AL] We had some good customer in search of some good Amberjacks!
[Orange Beach,AL] The winter offshore bite is good! We have been fishing a good bit this winter and the Wahoo's continue to preform!