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Fishing Reports by Capt. Robert McDaniel


2010-11-14
7:10 PM

THE Gulf is the place to be!! - Mr. Chet Bigon and Jason got us off to a strong start. In from Texas, the guys boarded the THE WHIPASNAPA CHARTER BOAT and after our lil crisp but pleasant ride across the beautiful waters. IT WAS ON! They wasn't keeping no fish but they more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-11-01
10:24 PM

Pinch Me! Very successful fishing continues!! - Pinch Me! Very successful fishing continues!! 11-1-10 Early week had the Fossum family from Pocatello, ID. and they started the WHIPASNAPA CHARTER BOAT (BILOXI,MS) off very strong. Was a catch and release trip which been running quite a few of la more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-10-18
10:26 PM

Special fish delivery from above! - South Mississippi weather has been FISHTASTIC! Could not ask for greater weather, smoother water or a stronger bite in the Gulf of Mexico. The Millers,Hicks, and several other great new friends came aboard THE WHIPASNAPA CHARTER BOAT for some Boa more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-10-11
9:34 PM

Hero to Zero life of a boat Capt!? - The Lindahls' started us off on the WHIPASNAPA CHARTER BOAT with a nice catch of drum and trout with a high 40 light tackle photo drum. HERO! Then on Saturday, Mr. Brandon Leverett, and his new member of the Meat Drive Crew, Ernest more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-10-04
10:14 PM

Fishing as good as it gets now! - Mid week aboard that WHIPASNAPA CHARTER BOAT started out Mr. Wayne Joiner and friend Mr. Jerry Rion and they caught several nice drum and a nice SOW drum. Friday's opening day snapper trip fell apart. So a bud and I got us a couple heartbeats an more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-09-27
8:45 PM

The 2010 Red Snapper Season - Who da thounck it: Friday 12:01 A.M. starts the 2010 Red Snapper Season!!!The WhipaSnapa Charter Boat is (locked and loaded). This is our passion Whip A Snapa!!! been checking on um while out doing the mangrove and cobia thing and tell ya it more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-09-19
10:11 PM

More Madness and Cobia Happiness. - Them Cobia God's have shined down on that darn WHIPASNAPA CHARTER BOAT lately! First off to make a long story short I lost most all them croakers that I worked my butt off catching. So it hurt our overall a lil. Not so much Friday, h more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-09-13
8:19 PM

Mangrove madness;Cobia happiness!! - Felt good to get that 4 a.m. start again and head out into the beautiful Gulf of Mexico for an all day battle of the beast aboard the WHIPASNAPA CHARTER BOAT. Loaded as we always are, bout 80 select croakers, and 50lb pogey's, knew bait would no more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-09-06
9:59 PM

Federal Waters OPEN and we went to investigate! - Federal Waters OPEN and we went to investigate!09-06-10 Whatcha know last person that WhipaSnapa Charter Boat got to take out in the federal waters, would be the first to go when it opened back up!!! Yea, Mr. David Lambert had a lil insh more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay


2010-08-30
9:29 PM

Hot Mississippi Action on Trout and Drum!8-30-10 - Saturday's trip was a lil wet, but a fairly good bite. Mr. Matt Thomas from Jackson had a lil bachelor shindig going on with a few buds. They put the hurt on several real nice puppy drum, 2 to 6lb. But one fisherman was totally dominated by a more...
Capt. Robert McDaniel - Biloxi Bay

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