SNAPPER FISHING INFO
Orange Beach has some of the best snapper fishing Alabama has to offer.
Destin’s most prominent snapper is the red snapper, followed by the yellow snapper. However, other snapper subspecies such as the cubera, lane, mangrove, mutton, queen, and vermillion snappers also reside in Florida.
Everything you Need to Know About Snappers in Orange Beach
Red snappers can weigh as much as 35 pounds, but the most common weight of captured red snappers is within the 4 to 6-pound range. They boast a metallic, pinkish color when young, and that color deepeens to red as they age. Meanwhile, yellowtail snappers often weigh 3 pounds and be 24 inches long.
Snappers obtained their name based on how they look like: they have dog-like teeth that snap. Likewise, they also love shaking their heads to resist capture, so be prepared for that.
Common Techniques Used to Catch Snappers
You can obtain snappers by light ocean tackling, baitcasting tackling, or heavy spinning. They prefer tiny live baitfish, but you can also opt for dead cigar minnows or cut fish. The best time to catch them would be in the months of May to October.
Why Choose Orange Beach for Snapper Fishing
Snappers like eating shrimps, crabs, planktons, and worms, all of which are common in Destin. They also like residing somewhere around 30 to 620 feet below the sea, so Florida is one of their most vacated spots.
Alabama Fishing Regulations for Catching Snappers
Florida’s regulations on catching snappers depends on the state waters you’ll be catching the fishes in.
Why Choose Orange Beach as Your Next Snapper Fishing Charter
Besides keeping you safe and armed with the best fishing gear, we’ll help you create unforgettable memories that you can tell your descendants for years to come. Check out our blog for useful fishing tips on Destin, Florida Snapper Fishing Charter and others.
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