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Fishing Reports by Capt. Barry Brown


2006-12-04
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Winter Pattern Trout Thanksgiving weekend was a bonanza of non-stop trout action with some 5 to 10 pound reds mixed in. The trout held on a deep water oyster reef for several days. We fished the 12 foot depth with chartreuse 1/4 oz cocohoe jigs more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-11-20
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Fall School Trout Everywhere! Our most recent cold front brought some much needed rain to drive the salt water down the river and into the marshes. The speckled trout were pushed down the river as well and are now in their usual fall holes in goo more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-10-18
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Big Fish Make For A Big Time! Several days ago I had the pleasure of guiding Charles Damiens, his aunt Carolyn Damiens and Betty Bryant. We started before daylight using my favorite live pogies for bait. Our first stop found some nice size speck more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-10-04
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Fall Trout Pattern Officially Here The speckled trout have infiltrated the river marshes in large numbers and right on schedule. Early morning and late evening are, as usual, their best feeding times. Top water lures are working well in the morn more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-09-16
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Cool Mornings Turning Trout On Top water lures are working well on some nice speckled trout in the early mornings. We're catching them mostly around the mouths of bayous that empty into the river. That's where the pogy and mullet seem to be gath more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-08-06
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Live Pogy Producing Nice Boxes of Reds & Trout The juvenile pogies are a good size now and we will be fishing with them through October. Pogies (menhaden) are an oily herring-like fish that have flashy silver sides. The oil produces a great scen more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-06-28
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Live Pogies Ready for Action We're still catching a lot of reds on live bait, and the best news is that the juvenile pogies are now large enough to get their attention. Within the past few days I have started using some pogies along with my usual more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-05-22
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Top Water Specks and Reds The water temp is up to nearly 80 degrees, and that means top water fishing. We have had several great catches lately on top in the early morning. We're catching specks up to about 5 pounds and reds up to 20 pounds usin more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-04-27
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Top Water Trout and Reds Over the past two weeks we have consistently caught some nice trout on top water lures in the early morning and just before sunset. The trout are out on the oyster reefs and in several of my favorite spots up river. Thes more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2006-04-04
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Bigger Trout Moving In We are catching some nice 3 pound specks on the reefs with artificial cocahoe under popping corks. The bigger trout are cruising the reefs feeding on finger mullet. We are catching 8 or so of these per trip. There are sc more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River

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