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Alabama Inshore Fishing Charters
with Captain Bobby McElroy

Trip Information


4-6 Hour Trip 1-3 people, $500
$50 additional for 4th person.
We prefer to fish no more than 4 people per
vessel for your safety and comfort.
For more than 4 persons we can arrange
for an additional charter vessel.
****Cash or Check Only ****
(no longer accepting credit cards)


You will fish from a PathFinder 22 foot Tournament Edition Center Console
powered by a Yamaha 200hp VMax HPDI.

The vessel is outfitted with a Power Pole XL for anchoring on the flats
and a Minnkota trolling motor for manuvering the boat.

The vessel has 3 Live Bait/Fish Release wells.

Shimano casting and spinning reels on
Falcon and American Rodsmith rods are provided.

What we provide

Fishing license
Fishing tackle

What you need to bring

Clothing appropriate for weather conditions
Hat, Sunglasses, and sun protection
Appropriate footwear (deck shoes or sneakers)
Snacks and refreshments (No glass please)
Ice chest for carrying home your catch
Camera to record your memories
The expectation of having a fun and sucessful fishing trip

Points of departure

Bayou La Batre public launch (click here to see a map)
Dauphin Island public launch (click here to see a map)
Fowl River Marina launch (click here to see a map)
Mobile Causeway public launch (click here to see a map)

If you would perfer to leave from a location on the Eastern Shore,
we can arrange to pick you up at almost any location accessible
by boat, from Fairhope to Fort Morgan.

Information for bird-watching trips

Bird-watching trips can be made from any point of departure.
Suggested areas for bird-watching are Gaillard Island, Weeks Bay,
Dauphin Island, Fowl River, and the Mobile Delta.
Gaillard Island is a man-made island built using material
dredged from the bottom of Mobile Bay surrounded by large
boulders and specifically built as a breeding sanctuary for
waterfowl such as gulls, terns, herons, egrets, pelicans,…etc
and is home to many thousands of gulls and pelicans.
Remember to bring your camera and binoculars.