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Pascagoula River Fishing Reports


2009-04-15
8:31 AM

River Flooded - Seasonal flooding of the Pascagoula River has pushed the trout and reds out of the marsh. I have suspended charters until the salt water returns. That should be around the end of April unless we get more substantial rainfall up river. more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2009-01-19
4:31 PM

Reds Schooling - We are catching a lot of reds in 6 to 12 feet of water along the river banks. About half of the reds are in the 6 to 8 pound range. The rest of them are 16 to 17 inchers that are too short to keep, but that is a good sign for fishing to come. more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-12-30
12:53 AM

Warm Weather Heats Up Top Water Fishing - Several days of highs in the 70's have raised the water temperature to over 65 degrees. The warm water has moved the trout into the shallows and top water lures have been producing good catches of 2 to 4 pound trout. The warm weather is expecte more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-11-22
7:43 PM

Speckled Trout Biting - The cold fronts over the last week have driven the trout a little deeper. We were catching them on top water before the cold weather, but now we are using cocohoe jigs pretty much all the time. The fish are in 5 to 10 feet depths and are biting wel more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-11-06
12:12 AM

Speckled Trout Schooling - We are at the peak of fall fishing now. The speckled trout are in good numbers in all areas of the marsh. We are seeing a lot of bird activity that makes it easy to locate the fish. If you run across the bird activity you can pretty much throw more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-10-22
9:34 PM

Trout Schooling - The school trout are in all the usual places around the river system now. They are pretty easy to locate if you watch the bird action. When you get on them you can catch them with whatever you want to throw. My preference is a 1/4oz jighead with a more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-10-08
11:19 PM

Fall Fishing Finally Turning On - Delayed by the flood of fresh water dumped into the Pascagoula River by Hurricane Gustav, the speckled trout have finally moved in. We are getting a lot of strikes on top water lures, so we are pretty much sticking to that because it is so much fun. more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-09-10
5:49 PM

Rain Water Plus Storm Surge - We have been seeing a lot of fresh water coming down the Pascagoula River since Hurricane Gustov passed through last week. Several inches of rain dropped by the hurricane has resulted in the flushing out of our coveted menhaden baitfish. We won't s more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-09-01
12:46 AM

Hurricane Should Turn Fish On - Hurricanes are not something coastal residents wish for, but after one passes through we always see a spike in the fish bites. As I write this I am in the feeder bands of approaching hurricane Gustov. We should see winds up to 70 mph from the storm more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River


2008-08-11
8:54 AM

Reds and Flounder Best Bet - Speckled trout fishing is still slow as is common in the Pascagoula River marsh during the hot months. You can get a dozen or so if you work at it, but they just aren't bunched up right now. The specks will start showing up in good numbers in a few more...
Capt. Barry Brown - Pascagoula River

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