Biloxi Mississippi Fishing - Excellent Fishing Weather At Hand!
Capt. Robert L. Brodie
August 27, 2009
Mississippi Sound - Saltwater Fishing Report
Yes, it has been exceptionally cool lately with the passing of cool fronts, and that makes for wonderful days to be on the water.
The last couple of trips aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS has been productive, and we're coming into some of the best times of the year to fish in south Mississippi.
And by the way, don't forget to book your diving duck hunting trip this year too, and our season generally begins around Thanksgiving Day.
Last week trips to the reefs delivered more nice sand sea trout a.k.a. "white trout, and a couple of nice black drum have been caught too.
Right now I've got the Labor Day weekend open, and would love to get some of you out there fishing during that time.
Before we know it the big sheepshead and black drum will be active in the Back Bay of Biloxi, and that top-notch light tackle fishing will run all winter long, and peak in March.
So don't let cold or nasty winter weather keep you from booking a trip. Fishing can be excellent in the dead of winter in these waters.
Of course in October, gererally around Thanksgiving, the speckled trout will be moving into the coastal rivers too, and I intent to fish them a lot more this year.
Our coastal rivers are gorgeous, and provide plenty of protected waters to persue the speckled ones. Bottom line, as the seasons change so will the fishing, but it should all be for the good.
My last couple of trips with Don Thomason, Troy Whiteneck, Carl coleman and his son Trey, and Paul Picard and his son Ryan have produced plenty of action.
All of these trips delivered lots of fish catching action, and 100 or more white trout were easy picking each outing.
Had a few days off now to go through all of the tackle, respool and rerig, and get the boat in perfect shape. Now I am ready to get back after it, and catch plenty of fish.
The barrier islands should be showing bull reds and a new run of Florida pompano, and these easterly and northerly winds should get the waters crystal clear.
Would like to book a trip with some adventureous anglers, and make a run completely around Horn Island's shallows looking for pomps and reds.
By the way, ran across a massive school of jack crevalles the other day in the Mississippi Sound, but Paul decided to pull the baits away from them and concentrate on reef fish.
However, that's a good sign, and hopefully the bull reds will be getting active too with change in weather.
What can I say, I am set on go so let's go fishing!
Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
Cell (228) 697-7707
Web Site: www.teambrodiecharters.com
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