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Fishing Reports by Capt. Barry Brown


2005-10-12
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Monster Reds and Specks This fall is proving to be a great one for the big reds and specks. Every September the trophy specks start to move up river in large schools for the fall spawn. We usually start locating them around mid-September and can more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-10-10
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Mild Temps and Hot Fishing We have made three trips in the last week, our first outings since hurricane Katrina. October is typically one of the best months for redfish and specks here, but this year the fishing is outstanding. We are using lar more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-09-24
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Still Here, But What A Mess... I will be the first to say I am lucky to be here and to still have a home to live in and a boat to fish from. Many of my friends and family all along the coast were not that lucky. Hurricane Katrina devastated t more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-08-21
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Hot Days Bring Hot Top Water Action Temperatures have been in the mid 90's every day making it a little unpleasant after about 10 in the morning. But, toughing it out is worth it if you like big redfish blowups on top water plugs. The reds ar more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-08-07
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Redfish At The Peak The reds are thick in the river and lakes right now. We often see a second redfish flanking the one being reeled in. We are catching easy limits on live cocahoes any time the tide is moving. Live bait is the sure way to put more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-07-22
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Hot Summer Fishing We are managing to get in a few trips in between Hurricanes lately. Even Emily affected our high tides from all the way down near Mexico. Hopefully the tropics will calm down some, but the water temperatures are very high...an more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-06-21
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Redfish Schooling Around We are catching redfish on all of the hot water patterns now. You can easily get a limit on live bait by anchoring on any of several points where tide water runs hard. The baitfish naturally follow the tide around the p more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-06-16
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Early Storm Interrupts Good Fishing June 12, 2005 An early tropical storm grazed the Mississippi coast and cancelled fishing plans for most of Friday and all of Saturday. The wind and rain were too much to tolerate, even though the fish were pro more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-05-24
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - Bigger Flounder and A Lot of Them! May 24, 2005 Over the past several days we have caught good numbers of flounder on all of the usual points and river banks. As long as the tide is moving, the flounder are poised to ambush anything that swims b more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2005-05-07
12:00 AM

Mississippi Sound & the Pascagoula River Marsh - The flounder are here! Over the past week we have been catching good numbers of flounder using live cocahoes. All of the flounder are in the one to two pound range right now. We will see much bigger ones soon. We have also been picking up qu more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River

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