Once a week we compile all of the information we've gathered to provide you with a comprehensive fishing report based on the daily information we've gotten from our local fishermen.
Published: Monday, 26 February 2018 15:49
Spring is here, days are getting longer and water temperatures are rising. Speckled trout are starting to feed more in preparation for the spawn. Speckled trout will start to spawn in Louisiana when the water temperatures reach a consistent 68 degrees with an increasing photoperiod. The best way to find Specks in the spring is with a popping cork.
Read more: Spring Forecast - Capt. Mike Gallo
Published: Saturday, 17 February 2018 14:22
Fishing has been very sporadic with all the fronts coming through. Not finding big numbers, but finding big fish. Picking up a variety of fish from Specks, to Reds, to Bass. Hall’s HD-Spinner Baits rigged with The Crappie Psychic (Chartreuse or Pink), and Shu-Shu "Golden Ticket" have had the most success.
Read more: February!- Capt. Clinton deArmas
Published: Thursday, 20 July 2017 20:37
Summer Trout from Solo Marsh Outfitters on Vimeo.
Fishing the Biloxi Marsh focusing on points and shell pads using our Marsh Minnows and Slugs.
Published: Friday, 26 January 2018 05:55
With these cold fronts passing through, so are the Redfish. Fishing the main channels in the marshes of the Rigolets and Biloxi Marsh, where outflows meet, have been the most productive. Reds have been hitting plastics fishing them about two feet under a cork, and also jigging the bottom with a slow retrieve. Don’t forget about the infamous live cocahoe minnow. Natures natural winter bait.
Read more: Winter Fishing Forecast
Published: Sunday, 02 July 2017 09:45
The heat of summer is upon us. July can still be a productive month. Fishing is best early in the morning or late in the evening and live shrimp is the
best bet for a good day on the water. Dissolved Oxygen is necessary for marine life and cooler water holds more Dissolved Oxygen. Cooler water is best found in deep channels or early in the morning and late in the evening.
Read more: Here Is Your July Forecast...