4 Hour Fishing Charters Starting at $400
4 HOUR CHARTER RATES
2 People = $400
3 People = $450
4 People = $500
5 People = $550
6 People = $600
Each Additional Hour + $100
A Second Boat is Available
You want a well equipped boat and well maintained tackle.
Dottiejo has all of these things and more.
The and more is that Captain Joe understands that this is about more than just catching fish. This is about building memories that will last a lifetime. This is about the smiles and screams of children as they get excited about bringing a fish to the boat. This is about the “Thank you, Daddy or Thank you Momma, you get at the end of the day.
Captain Joe Garris has been fishing the waters of Fort Morgan for more than 50 years. He has been captain of his own boat, The Dottiejo for more than 40 years.
Joe Knows Fort Morgan Fishing
This makes Captain Joe one of the most experienced captains in the Gulf Shores area. His experience is your gain. He knows where the fish should be according to the season and the conditions.
Now fishing out of Fort Morgan, the Dottiejo is in position to catch fish within site of the dock. He is also close the the world renowned Dixey Bar, home of some of the biggest redfish you will ever catch.
Along with Redfish, you might catch King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Mahi-Mahi, Sheepshead, Bluefish, Pompano, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Black Drum, Cobia, and Sharks.
During the season, usually June, Red Snapper trips can be arranged. CLICK TO CALL CAPTION JOE
up-to-date information regarding Red Snapper Fishing in Gulf Shores.
Booking a Gulf Shores Fishing Charter is a great way to insure your family has wonderful memories of your next vacation. You and your children will never forget the excitement you had aboard the Dottiejo.
What is There to Do In Gulf Shores?
How about a GULF SHORES DOLPHIN CRUISE? You will be within just a few feet of our cousins in the sea.
Miniature Golf – One of the most popular family outings in town.
The Zoo – World famous attraction right here in town.
Civil War Fort – “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!” was uttered as the Union Navy challenged our fort.