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Mississippi Fishing Reports

3:55 PM

yellowfin tuna and giant sharks - february 25- 80 miles south of Mississippi 2 yellowfin tuna a 40 pound and and a 70 ,at lumps 5 miles south of old (horseshoe)rigs.Big kings everywhere Limit of amberjack .3 100 pound plus sharks and could have caught 5 10 foot hammerhead .School of more...
Capt. Bill Mcdonnell - Mississippi Sound

10:57 AM

Merry Christmas & a Happy New year to All! - MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS Hello everyone, it's hard to believe that another year has almost passed us by here in beautiful south Mississippi. The year of 2013 has been another successful one for TEAM BRODIE CHARTE more...
Capt. Robert L. Brodie - Mississippi Sound

10:45 PM

Redheads, Bluebills, Buffleheads, Scoters, & Cans - Been giving the fish a break for a while, but the redheads and various other diving ducks have been plentiful here in south Mississippi, and TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS has been on the birds. Just check out the pics and you'll see what I am talking about. more...
Capt. Robert L. Brodie - Mississippi Sound

9:35 AM

Hot Redfish Action in Biloxi, MS - Got the limit on Reds today. They are still biting, how are your fishing skills? Ready to hook up some hard fighting and hard pulling fish? Now is the time. Call today to book your trip!! Book on line at www.TeamMegaBite.com more...
Capt. Bryan Cuevas - Biloxi Bay

11:09 AM

October was great, but November will be Awesome! - In early October the bait started making the transition into the bay and rivers. The fish are following behind right on schedule. We started the month out catching a lot of school trout and reds of all sizes. As the days have gone by the fishing has more...
Capt. Travis Paige - Biloxi Bay

7:53 PM

September Was on Fire...October Will Be Hot Too! - TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS last five days of September we really exciting. Catching a variety of fish made the trips quite interesting to say the least. ABOVE: A collage of some of the fish caught aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS in September. All photograph more...
Capt. Robert L. Brodie - Mississippi Sound

9:54 PM

Cobia Moving Back Through South Mississippi - TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS had a great day catching cobia on light spinning tackle today, and angler Dwight Pharr simply had a blast. Yes...there were every where and some big one too. Caught about 7 or 8 fish and boxed 3 40-inch specimens. Lost some more...
Capt. Robert L. Brodie - Mississippi Sound

10:28 AM

Redfish, Flounders, Black Drum & Unlimited White Trout - TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS (TBC) has been bringing in beautiful catches of fish for the last two months, needless to say the bite has been on fire here in south Mississippi. You name it: redfish, flounders, speckled trout, white trout aka sand sea trou more...
Capt. Robert L. Brodie - Mississippi Sound

3:02 PM

Bull Reds Are Running - These monster bull Reds are now running in Biloxi, MS. If you've always thought about hooking into one of these hard pulling nonstop fighting fish now is your chance. September and October are good months for finding these big monsters in the Biloxi more...
Capt. Bryan Cuevas - Biloxi Bay

10:57 PM

Biloxi Mississippi Inshore Fishing Is Hot! - TEAM BRODIE CHARTER has had a spectacular summer to date, and the bite seems to be getting better as the summer rolls along. The white trout bite started out a little slow, but it has been hot as can be the last two months. A 100 fish a morni more...
Capt. Robert L. Brodie - Mississippi Sound

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Specific Mississippi Fishing Report Locations:

Bay St. Louis (24)

Biloxi Bay (94)

Gulfport (65)

Horn Island (6)

Long Beach (4)

Mississippi Sound (260)

Pascagoula River (72)

Petit Bois Island (1)

Ship Island (2)

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