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Mark’s Bait & Tackle OPENS TOMORROW

Dauphin Island Marina Bait and Tackle Store

Dauphin Island Marina Bait and Tackle Store, Mark’s Bait & Tackle (owned by Mark Jones), will be opening tomorrow!!!!!

They are carrying live shrimp, croakers, and bull minnows.

 

Their schedule for the spring is:

Friday-Sunday from 5:30 am until ? (bait runs out or customers run out).

 They will be switching to 7 days a week as summer approaches.  We will keep everyone updated!

 

If you need fishing tackle and bait be sure to stop by Mark’s Bait and Tackle at Dauphin Island Marina before your next fishing trip.Come by and check them out!

Their number is 331-1571.


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Dauphin Island Marina welcomes our new Bait and Tackle Store

Mark’s Bait & Tackle

Dauphin Island Marina Bait and Tackle Store

Dauphin Island Marina Bait and Tackle Store

 

Mark’s Bait and Tackle (owned by Mark Jones) will be opening on Dauphin Island Marina’s fuel dock on April 1st. They will have 3 bait boats keeping their tanks stocked with live shrimp, croakers, and bull minnows. If you need fishing tackle and bait be sure to stop by Mark’s Bait and Tackle at Dauphin Island Marina before your next fishing trip.

They are currently renovating the building now and getting set up.

Come by and check them out! Their number is 331-1571.


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Dauphin Island Marina is celebrating the end of Summer with a give-away for our customers.

We are giving away one pair of Costa Del Mar sunglasses to one very lucky person. Just sign up for our mailing list and you are automatically entered into our drawing (at the end of October).

Enter Our Email Drawing To Win Costa Del Mar Sunglasses

Go to http://dauphinislandmarina.com and enter your information in the “Stay in Touch” section on the right.

We appreciate your business and this give-away is a small token of our appreciation. Come on by the Dauphin Island Marina and take a look at the recent repairs (Thanks Isaac).

Even though Summer is ending that doesn’t mean that fun on the water does. We have many charter fishing trips, dolphin cruises, and kayak rentals still available daily.

What better time of year to visit the Gulf Coast than fall. The weather is great, sunshine, less humidity, less traffic, plenty of rooms available.

Give our office a call and we can assist you with your vacation plans by helping you book a fishing trip, dolphin cruise, days of fun, and will even recommend some great places to stay during your visit.

Dauphin Island Marina
(251) 861-2201

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Great News!

Red Snapper anglers are getting an extension to the Red Snapper season.

The season will now end at 12:01 a.m. on July 17.

Dauphin Island Marina red snapper

According to the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Southeast office, the red snapper fishing effort was significantly reduced compared to this time last year. The bad weather in the Gulf of Mexico this season has added to the fact that the red snapper fishing effort is reduced compared to the fishing effort that was expected by the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Southeast office.

The National Marine Fisheries Service’s Southeast office has also indicated that the June landings data would be available in August. If it turns out that there could be any recreational quota remaining, he said there could be a short Fall season.

So make your plans to visit Dauphin Island Marina to start your Red Snapper fishing trip this weekend. We have all of your supplies and fuel. We are expecting to see you soon.

Red Snapper Fishing Tips

 

Have you gotten your Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo (ADSFR) tickets  yet? You can pick them up at the Dauphin Island Marina office.

For more Information, give our office a call at (251) 861-2201.

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Federal Fishing Regulations are not always the same as state fishing regulations.

Federal Fishing Regulations-Dauphin Island Marina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For species that are not managed by federal regulations, states have the authority to extend state rules into federal waters for residents of that state or vessels landing a catch in that state.