Most visitors head to the beaches along the Gulf of Mexico in the spring and the summer to soak-up the sun’s rays, play on the sugar-white beaches and bathe in the emerald-green waters. But, now’s the time to head to the Gulf Coast for some fantastic fishing for speckled trout, redfish, flounder and pompano. You’ll also catch numbers of hard-fighting, delicious-eating, freezer-stocking fish, like black drum, sheepshead, whiting, ground mullet and white trout in the fall. Inshore and near-shore fish drastically have increased in popularity, because anglers can use their freshwater fishing tackle to catch saltwater fish.
The new eBook by John E. Phillips, “Alabama’s Inshore Saltwater Fishing: A Year-Round Guide for Catching Over 15 Species of Fish,” includes not only includes fall fishing, near shore, from shore and inshore fishing. The author also gives you year-round detailed instructions on how to fish, where to fish and what baits to use for every month of the year. Unlike many-other fishing books, this author has gathered his information from inshore captains, guides and biologists who fish every month of the year. In their own words, they’ll tell you how and where to fish for these various species of inshore. Head to the Upper Gulf Coast where you still can wear shorts and T-shirts well into November and enjoy fantastic fishing.