Intercoastal Safaris • Uniquely Coastal Hunting and Fishing Trips • Alabama & Florida

WHY BOOK WITH INTERCOASTAL SAFARIS?

We Believe

The hunting and fishing opportunities on the Gulf Coast are second-to-none.

We Treasure

Memories of time spent in the great outdoors with our friends and family. We work hard to provide our clients with professional, high-quality sporting experiences.

We Know

Our clients work hard to earn the money they pay for our services. Therefore our entire team is dedicated to earning your repeat business.

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Gulf Coast Cast & Blast – Take A Trip With Intercoastal Safaris

Cast And Blast

Many sportsmen like to hunt and fish however few have the opportunity to do both on the same day. A cast & blast with Intercoastal Safaris not only allows for this uniquely coastal hunting and fishing experience but it can also serve as a great way to entertain clients for a day or introduce someone new to the wonderful world of waterfowl. Cast And Blast: The Blast If you ask most duck hunters what their least favorite part of the day is. Almost all of them will tell you "breaking the ice and freezing to death in the morning". When you and your party pursue waterfowl on the white sand dune beaches of Florida and Alabama, that necessary evil becomes not so … Read More

Posted on October 15, 2017

Recent Trip Report

King and Spanish Mackerel on Fire in Orange Beach

King and Spanish Mackerel caught on trip with Intercoastal Safaris in Orange Beach, AL

The King and Spanish Mackerel nearshore bite have been consistently strong from Port St. Joe to Mobile Bay since the middle of June. The last trip we took was with a family of four on a 23-foot center console leaving out of Perdido Pass in Orange Beach, Alabama. King and Spanish Mackerel: Summer Storms, Bites off the Beaches Unfortunately, dodging storms along the coast has become a daily routine for all fisherman in the area. However, it does not seem to affect overall fishing activity. On occasion, storm runoff muddies the waters and negatively affects the inshore bite. However, the nearshore and offshore action is at the very least consistent — if not getting better — as the summer progresses. One of our … Read More

Posted on October 16, 2017

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