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2017 Federal Red Snapper season officially OPEN for “Offshore Fishy Business”!

Deckhand Jessie with Red Snapper Offshore Fishing

The season for federally permitted offshore (9-30 miles from shore) for-hire charter vessels is 49 days long from Thursday June 1st through July 19. You can confirm all the rules and explanation details here:

To sum it up, there are two different demographic fishing areas where the ever so succulent highly desired Red Snapper tasty morsel can be legally caught and landed…

1) The Federal Gulf Council manages and determines h...

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2015 Red Snapper Season

Nearshore Fishing Red Snapper

2015 Red Snapper Season!

     We here at Salty Dog Fishing Charters fish for Red Snapper in three different saltwater areas which are coincidentally managed by 3 different fisheries also known as government wildlife protection agencies for the states of Alabama, Florida and Federally managed waters. Each area has similar rules to ensure the Red Snapper species are protected from overfishing into extinction...

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Offshore Fishing Charters

Offshore Prices

Offshore fishing with the Salty Dog

Offshore fishing on a 6 passenger 45 foot Hatteras with Captain Rex Williams aboard the Salty Dog

Offshore Charter

Trip Duration

Private Charter

(up to 6 anglers)

tax included

Shared Charter

(6 ppl max capacity)

tax additional

6 Hours


$200 per angler

8 Hours


$250 per angler

Deckhands & First Mates work for tips

Expected Gratuity is 15%-20% plus

Fish cleaning is .30 cents per pound

Offshore fishing with the Sea Hunter

Offshore fishing on a 20 passenger 62 f...

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Orange Beach Fishing Charters with Salty Dog’s Saltwater Fishing Guides



Inshore Fishing Charters

     Inshore Fishing Charters is our most popular fishing charter for the obvious reasons of affordability! Most recreational fishermen and families alike enjoy this action packed 4 hour fishing trip. When on one of our Inshore fishing charters will primarily fish in th...

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