Just B Cause Charters is more than just a fishing trip from a boat. The crew specializes in the best fishing experience possible for anglers of all ages and skill levels. If you are looking for a top-notch boat, expert assistance, and a lot of fish, you have found the right place.
On your day out with Just B Cause, you will be able to see a great variety of fish species at the end of your line. Think about Sailfish, Amberjack, Wahoo, Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Snapper, and Grouper, as well as Shark. A lot of fish and a lot of excitement are guaranteed!
Explore the deep water and feel the adrenaline flowing! You will be fishing the hottest spots in the area no matter which trip you choose. You will return to shore with not only just your catch of the day but an ice-chest full of memories.
Just hop onboard the ‘Just B Cause,’ a 47’ Resmondo saltwater fishing boat. She was designed and built in Orange Beach specifically for the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Plus, she is permitted to fish in federal waters.
The Just B Cause comes powered by twin 350 HP Volvo engines for a smooth ride. She is fully outfitted with top-notch navigational electronics and many other professional accessories. The Just B Cause features a wheelhouse and a tower to spot any action going on beneath the surface. Head inside, and you will find all the comfort of home, including a bathroom and 4 bunks. All aboard!
The trips are all-inclusive. You only need to bring your own food and drinks with you.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the Covid 19 pandemic all trips in April and May are running with reduced capacity of 8 guests. Stay safe!
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Resmondo (Saltwater fishing) ursprünglich im Jahr 1987 gebaut . Angetrieben von einem 2 370HP Volvo Motoren mit einer maximalen Reisegeschwindigkeit von 25 Knoten.
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