• Inshore Fishing

    Capt. Kenny Shiyou said the winter sheepshead bite on the U.S. 90 bridge pilings is as dependable as fishing gets on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

    Bridge the gap this fall for saltwater success

    Bridge pilings near Mississippi’s Gulf Coast will produce fish until it gets warm again next spring.
    November 01 at 7:00am
    Chas Champagne, creator of the Matrix Shad line of soft plastic lures, is introducing a new 5-inch Matrix Monster that will be available in stores this fall.

    The new Matrix Monster

    The big 5-inch version swims just like a regular-sized Matrix Shad
    October 25 at 9:00am
    Plano’s Kayak V-Crate

    Plano’s Kayak V-Crate

    October 01 at 7:00am
    October’s change in temperature may cool the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, but it sure heats up the bite for redfish and other species.

    Fall's 4 saltwater fishing hotspots

    Mississippi’s Gulf Coast offers plenty of adventures for the saltwater fisherman who’s up for a nice, October boat ride and a full cooler.
    October 01 at 7:00am
    Understanding how water moves through the marsh — and the ‘traffic system’ fish use to travel — will help you locate honey holes and make you a better angler.

    Understanding how water flows through the marsh

    Fish use ‘sidewalks, streets and highways’ to travel and chase bait
    September 12 at 7:00am
    Capt. Ronnie Daniels of Fisher-Man Guide Service enjoys targeting tripletail on a trip, but often uses them as a bonus after a morning of chasing reds and specks.

    Made in the shade - Don’t throw shade on Mississippi tripletail

    Keep a sharp eye out for tripletail when you leave the dock in Biloxi; they provide some great, late-summer sight-fishing opportunities.
    September 01 at 7:00am
    A new format for speckled trout tournaments debuted at the 2018 Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo and could lead to a tournament series in 2019.

    Speck event successful

    August 29 at 8:00am
    A violet goby is a speckled trout favorite, and just might be the reason we have purple-colored lures. Keeping a close eye on what a trout throws up when you reel it in can give important clues on what it’s eating that day — and might ultimately help you catch more fish.

    Mystery baitfish revealed

    Keep an eye on what a trout throws up in your boat — it might help you catch more fish
    August 16 at 3:00pm
    Mark Wright shows how to net a redfish, lifting the fish into the boat with the net handle vertical.

    Tips for landing a bull redfish

    August 15 at 7:00am