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Fishing Reports by Capt. Barry Brown


2007-12-16
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Redfish Back On Summer Pattern With water temperatures of 70 degrees, the reds are actively working the skinny water now. We have had highs pushing 80 degrees for several days and that has warmed up the fishing. Most of the reds have come on li more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-11-15
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Speckled Trout Running Thick Specks are plentiful in the main river especially at the mouths of the lakes and bayous. We are still using cocohoe jigs to catch most of them. We are mostly fishing the jig under a popping cork since that seems to p more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-10-29
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Speckled Trout Galore! The time we've been waiting for has finally arrived. The trout are schooled up and are biting anything you throw. There are also a few reds mixed in with them. We are mostly using cocohoe jigs to catch these trout, only more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-10-23
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - School Trout Running We are now seeing a lot of school trout in the bayous feeding on small minnows. Most days we can catch a good number of them, but most are less than the 14 inch minimum length. They provide a lot of action, though, both on t more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-10-09
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Redfish Schooling With A Few Big Trout Finally we are finding signs of the fall migration of reds and specks into their normal holes. We struggled early Saturday, but toward the end of our trip we found a big school of reds. These reds are betwe more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-09-09
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - The Best Time of Year The fall fishing pattern is finally here. We are over the extreme heat, and we've also been getting a lot of rain that is helping to cool down the water. If you are a fair weather fisherman now is the time to start making p more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-08-28
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Fish Still Spotty After Heat Wave The worst of the heat wave seems to be over. Daily highs for this week are forecast in the high 80's, but with heat index numbers over 100. That's better than the last few weeks when we felt heat index temps aro more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-08-05
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Summer Fishing Pattern Is Here The hot summer days bring with them some difficult fishing days. This time of year more than any other, especially July and August, you will have some days where all conditions seem good but the fish don't bite. Yo more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-07-21
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Live Pogy Producing Limits of Reds The redfish are feeding well on live pogy. In recent trips we have limited out in less than an hour on reds. If you hit those schools when they are feeding it doesn't take long to fill up a box. More often, th more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2007-07-10
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Live Pogies Producing Reds and Specks We're catching some nice specks early in the mornings on live pogy and top water lures. These specks are ranging between 1 and 3 pounds, but are not in great numbers. They're still worth the effort for some more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River

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