About Dauphin Island Fishing Guides
Captain George Harrison is a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) licensed captain who loves searching the Mobile Bay Watershed for record size inshore fish. He became a fishing guide so that he could share his love and knowledge of inshore fishing by teaching others to fish. If you book an inshore fishing charter with Capt. George, you can count on great memories that will last a lifetime.
When you book an inshore fishing charter with Captain George, he can put you on the fish around Dauphin Island, Bayou La Batre, Fowl River, Mobile River, and Theodore Industrial Canal. He has been fishing these areas his whole life and always knows when and where the fish are biting.
Cast and Blast Package
We have teamed up with Taylor Creek Shooting Preserve to offer a half day of fishing and an afternoon pheasant hunt.
Some Videos of Harrison Inshore Fishing in Action
Learn More About Captain George Harrison
Captain George Harrison became an inshore fishing guide and charter boat captain in 2010. Before then he was an avid tournament fisherman for large Speckled Trout. His gandad, O.P Harrison is known in the Mobile and Dauphin Island area for also catching big Speckled Trout for many years in local tournaments. He and his grandad teamed up around 2005 and started fishing local tournaments. His Grandad also had his fishing guide license. Once he became a guide he really didn’t have time to fish as many tournaments as before. Instead, Captain George focused on taking inshore guided fishing trips and just picking a few tournaments a year to fish. Throughout the year they fished different areas such as Mobile River, Dog River, Fowl River , Mobile Bay , Mississippi Sound, Bayou La Batre, Fort Morgan and Dauphin Island. Fishing Mobile Bay has a lot to offer when it comes to catching Speckled Trout and Redfish. Gillard Island is right off the ship channel which has some shallow water next to some deep channels which makes for some good fishing.The rocks around the island hold plenty of bait and structure for ambusing trout. The lower portion of the bay has a lot of deep water structure which holds plenty of fish starting in the month of May and will last through October. The Gulf Beach is another excellent area to target as the water temps rise. Then you have around Dauphin Island Bridge which offers a lot of structure as well. The Mississippi Sound has multiple reefs and sunken structure such as shrimp boat wrecks and other pieces of debris that hold fish later in the year. Knowing how to navigate these areas takes years of experience and a lot of knowledge to not only be able to know when and where to go depending on the tides, temperatures, water clarity and weather but also to just do it safely. If you’re looking to hook up some large Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder or any other species in the Mobile Bay area give us a call!