• Mississippi Fishing

    Tripletail triple threat

    Considered by many to be the best eating inshore fish, tripletail melts in your mouth and is the classic white, flaky fish many anglers crave. 

    July 13 at 7:00am

    July: frog time at Ross Barnett

    July is when bass in Ross Barnett go to the lily pads that are plentiful in the reservoir, which is a relatively shallow lake, holding numbers of 5- to 6-pound fish. 

    July 12 at 9:00am

    Why are crappie so big in flood-control lakes

    Mississippi’s flood-control reservoirs — Arkabutla, Enid, Grenada and Sardis — are regarded by many anglers as the best in the country for big white crappies. 

    July 09 at 9:00am

    Red snapper season to close July 8 - 23

    The state recreational fishing season for red snapper will close in Mississippi territorial waters on Sunday, July 8, at 11:59 p.m. and reopen Monday, July 23, at 12:01 a.m.

    July 03 at 7:00pm


    Plenty of speckled trout call the Biloxi Marsh their summer home, Finding them is half the game; catching them is the fun half.

    July 01 at 7:00am

    Solve summer’s speckled trout riddles

    Speckled trout anglers are pretty hard core about chasing yellowmouths, and while they may not think very often about oystermen when on the water, they should. That’s especially true in Biloxi Marsh, where the handicraft of oystermen cultivate shellfish as well as attract untold numbers of trout.

    July 01 at 7:00am

    Classic baits for Mississippi’s state-lake bass

    Opportunities abound in the Magnolia State for busting bass. Mississippi is full of time-proven lakes of the highest rank. Whether it’s lily pads in a cove, stands of cypress trees, flooded, dying timber, deep creek channels, grass beds, submerged trees or fields of stumps — we have it all.

    July 01 at 7:00am

    Power up for deep slabs

    It’s true that subtle, patient presentations can prove very valuable to fishermen. We’re often told that “Slow-and-steady wins the race.” 

    July 01 at 7:00am

    Fishing, family style

    Doreen Conner sat in the shade of a big pine, about 30 feet from the bank of Simpson Legion Lake, with her two sons, ages 7 and 9, sitting on overturned 5-gallon buckets, fishing poles in hand.

    July 01 at 7:00am

    Summer-size your catfish tactics

    Depending on what type of catfish angler you ask, July is either a great month to be on the water or a time to stay home.

    It’s all a matter of size.

    July 01 at 7:00am

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