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Fishing Reports by Capt. Barry Brown


2008-07-22
8:23 AM

Shut Down Until September - I will not be available until September for charters. September through November are the best fishing months of the year, so plan your trip then. more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-06-30
7:19 PM

Tough Times This Week - In spite of good quality live pogy we have had trouble getting bites this week. Up until now we were able to count on flounder to make up for finicky specks and reds, but this week the flounder were also hard to find. A week ago we were limiting more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-06-08
9:51 PM

Flounder On The Points - Flounder have been the easiest to locate and have been biting live cocohoes and jigs. They are in the natural ambush positions on the points along the river banks at the mouths of bayous and lakes. All of the flounder we are catching are nice ones more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-05-22
5:51 PM

Flounder The Best Bet - Trout and reds have been spotty the last week. The rains of last week have muddied the river pretty good and have driven the trout and reds south. You can still find some nice reds and specks near the mouth of the river. The better strategy has more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-05-04
8:16 PM

Live Bait To Be Sure - Even though we have had some nice catches of trout and reds on artificial lures over the past few weeks, live bait is the absolute surest strategy. Live minnows or shrimp are available at all of the local bait shops. This week we had a tough time more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-04-15
12:36 PM

Top Water Time! - Top water action has been good over the last week. We're catching some nice ones as they migrate into the marsh for the spring spawn. Most of the trout are in the 14 to 16 inch range, but we are getting an occasional 4 to 5 pounder. I had one on more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-04-01
5:55 PM

Top Water Heating Up - Over the past several days the water temperature has been climbing and is now over 70 degrees. The trout are still a little scattered from all of the rains we had a few weeks ago, but when you find the trout they are feeding aggressively. They are more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-03-19
11:29 PM

Big Month For Reds - Despite the fronts coming through about every three days and the high winds they bring with them, we've been having great catches of redfish. The key has been fishing the high tides on the flats. The strong southeast winds before the fronts hol more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-02-18
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Early Spring For Fishing Water temps are staying in the 60 degree range, and the speckled trout are invading the shallows. We are catching some good sized ones on top water just before sunset. Top water strikes earlier in the day are more tentat more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-02-03
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Reds Cruising The Shallows In February with water temps in the low 50's you would expect to find the reds in deeper water. That is true to some extent as we have been catching some nice reds in 10 to 20 foot holes. On my last trip we started more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River

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