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Fishing Reports by Capt. Charles Damiens


2008-12-09
6:45 PM

Winter Pattern In Place! - We have a consistent winter fishing pattern in place as of now. Early morning trout are deep in the holes and pockets adjacent to the flats, as well as in the deeper bayous and canal systems. Trolling these canals and bayous is very productive right more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-11-24
1:39 PM

Winter Pattern has Arrived! - Well for the most part a winter pattern is now in place on our Gulf Coast. The Specks are moving into their deeper water winter locations only to venture out around the edges of the flats during the mid day warming. Some of the deeper inshore reefs a more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-11-07
6:36 PM

Ship Island Exploration! - Late report from Wednesday, Leonard, from Atlanta, was in again this week looking for some fishing time on the water. He had heard about the Pompano bite and wanted to give the Camille Cut area a try. So plans were put in motion and except for a slig more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Mississippi Sound


2008-10-26
1:22 PM

Perfect Indian Summer Weather! - This is the time of year that reminds me of the verses of Jimmy Buffet's ballad, The weather is here wish you were beautiful. Because the weather is truly beautiful and if you could see it you really would wish you were here. With lows in the 50's more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-10-10
10:18 AM

Red Octoberfest - Late report from Wednesday! I had the pleasure of chartering a great group from Boise, Idaho. We all met at the Kramer's launch off of Loraine road and set up a game plan for the day that included fishing for the guys and a late lunch cruise for the more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-09-29
9:52 PM

Carolina Blue Skies make for a productive day! - Late report from Saturday. Today I had the pleasure of fishing with the Cunningham party. This was a fun loving group of fishing enthusiasts. We launched out of Bernard Bayou at the foot of the Loraine Road Bridge and started our exploration for Reds more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-09-17
10:25 AM

No Storms on the horizon! Fall is in the Air! - Everything is back to normal around here. Surprisingly there is still a large quanity of baitfish both in mullet and menhaden. It appears that a fall pattern is starting to take place. Though there are still White Trout and Ground Mullet on the Katri more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-09-05
9:20 PM

Between the storms! - Not much to report this week! Those of us who have ventured out have been very productive around the Islands, Katrina Reef, and near shore reefs with some Specks, White Trout, and the occasional Flounder. But, as you can expect there has been a lot o more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-08-24
1:22 PM

Family bonding fishing, boating, and dockside lunch! - This is a late report from last week. Due to tropical storm Fay's unpredictability it has been a little hectic around Home Port determining whether to prepare for a blow or not. We finally decided to prep things for potential rising water, just in more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-08-14
6:17 PM

The Best Made Plans! - Unfortunately the best made plans can fall apart. But if you are patient you can make the best of you plans. That is exactly what happened yesterday with the Crouch Family from Texas. This charter had been planned months ago and was to take place on more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport

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