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Fishing Reports by Capt. Charles Damiens


2008-05-22
7:07 PM

Bad Weather + Good Friends = Great Day - Had the pleasure of chartering three gentlemen from Jackson today. The weather was the major factor for the day. Windy, overcast, and a moderate chop on the bay pretty much keep us on the inside. We boated a mess of white trout, ground mullet, and cr more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-05-13
5:57 PM

Productive days ahead. - The Speckle Trout are here in full force. The wind has subsided, and air temps are fairly comfortable. Limiting out on Specks takes some work and moving around, but when the wind allows, the outside reefs are on fire. Most of the catch has been p more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-05-01
9:42 PM

A perfect day to be on the water! - What a beautiful day the air temperature is in the upper 60's low 70's, with Carolina Blue Skies. A light breeze makes for one of the best bay I can remember in a while. Too bad you could not make it! The Katrina Reef has started showing her fu more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-04-24
12:30 PM

Things are interesting now! - Feels like spring is nearing its peak. Highs are tipping into 80's. But the gentle sea breezes make for an excellent day on the water with very calm conditions. The Speckle Trout are a little scattered but beginning to congregate around the Katin more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-04-16
11:23 AM

Opening the Bonnet Carre Spillway in LA! - Lots of heavenly displaced water in the past few weeks and months has made things interesting around here. The local rivers are bursting their banks and our in shore bays have extremely low salinities. The winds have also played havoc with boaters pr more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-04-07
11:24 AM

Unreal Rain Fall Creating a Slow Down! - The local rivers are at flood stage, due to a massive rainfall late friday night. Local rivers are 3-4 feet out of their banks causing a lot of residential flooding. I'm blessed to be right at the edge of the flooding during these seasonal periods le more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-03-30
2:34 PM

Mixed Bags, but Beautiful Weather! - You could not ask for better weather, in fact it has been down right beautiful. About the only complaint has been when there are dead calm conditions. No wind equals Gnats this time of year. And without some excellent bug spray, they can drive you of more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-03-23
8:24 PM

March Lions and Lambs! - March has been living up to its usual unpredictability. One minute/day dead calm the next 20-30 mile per hour gale pounding anyone who was brave enough to challenge the Months temperament. But of late, it has been fairly calm and pleasant. Cool more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-03-16
7:14 PM

Great March Days When The Wind Lays Down! - March continues to be great. This can be a very unpredictable time of year, and targeting specific species can be less than productive. But if you fish the day as it presents itself, and seek out the quarry that the weather patterns dictate, you can more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport


2008-03-04
6:09 PM

Transition Continues. - Warm, rain, wind, then cold again. Transition times between seasons is tough. Nothing is in any one usual location, so you must fish for both winter and spring patterns. This can result in covering a lot of water and still striking out on your targ more...
Capt. Charles Damiens - Gulfport

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