Fish in Orange Beach

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Most fished species in Orange Beach

Dolphinfish or Mahi-mahi
N°1. Dolphinfish or Mahi-mahi
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Fishing season :June to September
Minimum size :20 inches
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Dorade coryphène, dorado, dolphin, lampuga, rakingo, calitos, ti-rone, maverikos, mahi-mahi... There are so many ways to call the dolphinfish (coryphaena hippurus). This species is well known for its flesh and is found in tropical and subtropical oceans, especially in the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Greater Amberjack
N°2. Greater Amberjack
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Fishing season :April to November
Minimum size :30 inches
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Greater amberjack (seriola dumerili) is found in the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and the Indian coasts. This fast-swimming pelagic fish is a very prized species during sport fishing games.

Marlin
N°3. Marlin
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Fishing season :All the year
Minimum size :40 inches
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Marlin is a fish from a large family called Istiophoridae, which includes about 10 species. The most popular species include the blue marlin (makaira nigricans), the striped marlin (kajikia audax), the white marlin (kajikia albidus) and the black marlin (istiompax indica).

Swordfish
N°4. Swordfish
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Fishing season :June to October
Minimum size :47 inches
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Swordfish (xiphias gladius) is a highly migratory pelagic fish considered as one of the fastest sea animals. It tends to be large and its weight often exceeds 100 kg. It can be distinguished thanks to its long bill and its iridescent blue body. Most of sport fishermen feel really proud to catch swordfishes on their lines.

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