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By The Lance Steffek Team | Agent in Orange Beach, AL

Winter Bull Redfish Fishing on Alabama's Gulf Coast

If you enjoy fishing you should consider a trip on a winter Bull Redfish charter on the Alabama Gulf Coast.  Don't miss one of the most exciting sport fishing trips known to man. Winter Redfish are known to be explosive and exciting to catch just off the beach.

The winter months, are the perfect time to catch Bull Redfish.  They are very interesting looking fish with a golden color and usually have a large black spot, or some even have multiple spots on their tail. 

The Bull Redfish can be large.  They average over 30 inches in length and weigh between 15 and 40 pounds each.  They can be difficult to catch due to their size but there are many folks who are up for the challenge.

A Gulf shores fishing trip will also give you an opportunity to catch the amazing beauty of Gulf Shores. One thing I can say for sure, is that Gulf shores will keep you coming back for more.

There are so many things to do during the winter in Gulf Shores. With Gulf Shore's average winter temperatures in the high 50's, you can still play golf or tennis, sail, hike, bike ride, walk, or even just relax on the lovely Gulf Shores beaches.

Perhaps you are looking for a beachfront condominium for your stay in Gulf Shores. Short-term monthly condominium rentals are in demand since they are generally nearby all of the most popular activities and offer the privacy of home. So now is a good time to plan your Winter Escape.

Whether you are looking for a beach home for your retirement, investment property, vacation home or second home, I can help you find the perfect real estate in Gulf Shores. Don't waste any more time, let's get started today! Contact Lance Steffek at (251) 981-2225.


 

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