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February 15, 2016

Orange Beach / Gulf Shores Intimidator deep sea fishing charter boat report

What is a Full day trip to you?

Most people work from 8 to 5 Monday through Friday and the typical traditional workday is around eight hours. When it comes to a charter fishing trip there are a couple of things to keep in mind. Along the Orange Beach and Gulf Shores area of the Alabama Gulf Coast an 8 hour charter ... it’s kind of an awkward trip. Full Article Here

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August 22, 2015

Orange Beach / Gulf Shores Intimidator deep sea fishing charter boat report

August Fishing continues to be Hot!

The offshore deep sea fishing is still getting better and better. The weather has finally started to moderate and fish are responding in the appropriate manner. We have seen the blue water pushing back in and the night time bite has gotten pretty good as well. We are now starting to catch some good yellowfins at night along with the black fins. There are still a few dolphin offshore on the 3 day trips as well as a few marlin.

Deep Sea Fishing for Yellow and Black fin Tuna off Oil-rigs

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April 24, 2015

Orange Beach / Gulf Shores Intimidator deep sea fishing charter boat report

Great fishing continues for the Alabama Gulf Coast!

So far this year, the weather has been pretty typical in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores. We have had some of the prettiest days of the year and some of the most rain filled days you could ever want to see. However, that is not uncommon for us as we have had some great catches with some wonderful people both on half day, full day and overnight trips.

As always Amberjack are fun to catch and make for big smiles. We have kept some and let some go but everyone is enjoying the fun that surrounds the battle these fish put up!

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March 1, 2015

Orange Beach / Gulf Shores Intimidator deep sea fishing charter boat report

Spring Break
2015
Fishing Trips

The 2015 Spring Break season is here and fishing is been really good. So far we have had a mild winter with some really beautiful days which is giving everyone the itch to go fishing, including us. Having already fish some days this year has given us a glimpse of things to come for the upcoming year and I must admit it looks good!

A great way to spend some time while on spring break is to go deep sea fishing with the family. This is a great way for the kids to unplug and get out in to the outdoors and enjoy something new and exciting for the whole family to enjoy. The local Orange Beach and Gulf Shores area has became popular vacation destination over the last 10 years or so, and one of the most popular things to do is go offshore fishing on a big charter boat. The most popular trip in our area during Spring Break are the half day and the full day trips.

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Dec 17, 2014

Orange Beach / Gulf Shores Intimidator deep sea fishing charter boat report

Fishing Season
2014
Year In Review

If I had to pick one thing that really stood out in the 2014 season it would have to be weather, Cobia the influx of the large Vermillion Snapper that blessed us all year. As some of you may know Vermilion snapper is also called a beeliner or mingo. Regardless of what you call them they the goto fish that help make up some nice catches and always make for some awesome fare. I am not certain where all of the big beeliners came from this year but I'm sure glad they were here, especially with some of the closed seasons that we had to work around.

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Jul 1, 2014

Orange Beach / Gulf Shores Intimidator deep sea fishing charter boat report

The deep sea fishing has been really good in gulf shores this year. We have had a good variety of things to catch on the 6 hour charters such as vermillion snapper, white snapper, red snapper and triggerfish. But two of my personal favorite fish to catch are the king mackerel and black snapper.

The king mackerel were a little late showing up this year as I would imagine it had a lot to do with the significant amounts of rain that we've battled this spring. Kings are big fish that have to be in excess of 24" to keep and can grow upwards of 50 pounds. We catch these fish while trolling on the way out to the fishing grounds but, one of the funniest ways has to be on the drift lines… which are lines that have a small wire leader and are cast out on the surface while you are bottom fishing. As they drift down they will draw the attention of the mackerel and hopefully a bite. Once hooked these fish will pull a lot of line and make good strong drag screaming runs.

We have some openings left for July so if you're thinking about a trip bring your family now and let them share the experience with you while the seas are calm and the fish are biting!

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Alabama NBC 15: GSI’s Johnny Greene Interviewed on Gulf Council Allocation Meetings

March 12, 2014 - The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Council heard public opinions on red snapper reallocation. This was the first of nine public hearings that are scheduled throughout the Gulf Coast that the council will take into consideration when making their decision.

Nominating individuals to fill the Alabama obligatory seat on the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council

March 3, 2014 - The State of Alabama would like to nominate the following four individuals for the Alabama obligatory seat on the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council...

Tuna Battle of the Big Boys

September 20, 2012 - Tuna fish doesn’t always come in a can and served rolled-up on a cracker as sushi. Now’s the time to catch the best tuna of the year off Alabama’s Gulf Coast that weigh from 40 to 200 pounds, with the average being between 50 and 80 pounds. You can catch tuna on the edge of the Continental Shelf and near deep-water oil wells Read more…

Johnny Greene’s Early December Deep Sea Fishing Report

December 13, 2011 - The fishing has been really good when we have had the weather to get offshore. On our last full day Deep sea charter fishing trip it yielded us a limit of big amberjacks from 25 to 50 pounds. We also caught a bunch large vermilion snapper, triggerfish and white snapper.

June Means Red Snapper Time on the Alabama Gulf Coast and the Fish Are Hungry

June 10, 2011 - “We’re keeping 12- to 15-pound snapper, but we’ve also got about 20 snapper that weigh from 23- to 25-pounds each. We’re also catching good numbers of yellow edge grouper, golden tile fish and other kinds of grouper. We’re headed for the deep-water rigs where the yellow fin tuna have been biting really well. This summer may be the very-best fishing for a wide variety of fish that the Orange Beach region has seen in many, many years.”

As Red Snapper Season Closes This Weekend, Alabama Gulf Coast Anglers Get ...

November 27, 2010 - “It was a great fall, in my opinion,” Greene said. “There were a lot of people in town that wouldn’t have been here if we hadn’t had the fall snapper season.” I was able to book about 90 percent of the days we had available and the weather cost me a couple of days.

Fishing Alabama’s Gulf Coast After the Oil Spill on the Gulf of Mexico

November 4, 2010 - Gulf Shores, Al. - I first met Captain Johnny Greene when he was a 17-year-old deckhand on a charter boat out of Orange Beach, Alabama. I looked at this hard-working young man and asked, “What are you going to be when you grow up?” Greene looked me square in the eyes, and with the conviction of a hanging judge, said, “One day, I’m going to own the biggest charter boat in Orange Beach, Alabama.”  I’d never seen a teenager with that type of resolve, and I really thought he might have a chance to make his dream come true, because on that day he proved he wasn’t shy about working hard and making sure that all the fishermen caught fish.  Then when we returned to the dock, he cleaned those fish with the speed of a buzz saw.

Sword-fight In The Gulf

October 14, 2010 - Fishermen out of the Port of Orange Beach, Alabama, do battle with swordfish, named the "Gladiators of the seas", almost every month throughout the fall, spring and summer. One of the captains who takes anglers out to battle these gladiators is Captain Johnny Greene of the charter boat "Intimidator." Here’s Captain Greene's story.

Sargassum - The Nursery of the Gulf

October 04, 2010 - Most people call it seaweed, weedlines or grass, but the correct name for the weeds floating offshore of Alabama’s Coast out in the Gulf of Mexico is sargassum.  As scientists and researchers begin to study these free-floating grass lines we’ve learned that they’re not just a great place to catch dolphin, marlin, wahoo, tuna, tripletails and many of the other pelagic species, but they’re also the nursery of the Gulf of Mexico. As fishermen leave the Port of Orange Beach on 8-, 10- and 12-hour and 2-day trips to catch red snapper starting this Friday, October 1, they more than likely will see these sargassum weedlines.

Alabama’s Gulf Coast Has Big Red Snapper and Plenty of Them to Catch

September 29, 2010 - The federal government gave the fishing industry in the Gulf of Mexico new life with the announcement of a special red snapper season to run October 1 through the end of the day on November 21, 2010. For months, anglers and captains along Alabama’s Gulf Coast have reported large numbers of red snapper holding on all the artificial reefs, both inshore and offshore, that they have checked diligently for fish all summer.

Fishery management council recommends 24-day red snapper season

August 20, 2010 - From Al.com and the Mobile Press Register

The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council continues to hold out hope

June 25, 2010 - The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council continues to hold out hope that there still could be a red snapper season in the northern Gulf this year.

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