7/31/19 Pass Christian

Intel gained from FTR 7/21 and 7/22, combined with the current and predicted conditions, are a clear indicator of other spots to try for speckled trout. See where and why certain spots are picked, and how they ultimately pan out in this Fishing Trip Review.

NOTE: There were technical difficulties in audio equipment we didn’t discover until after the FTR. Unfortunately, there’s some static but the FTR is still good to watch and there’s plenty to learn from.

Thank you for being patient.

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Captain Devin Captain Devin Author

Devin is a veteran of the Iraq War and former fishing guide. He founded Louisiana Fishing Blog in 2012 to share his ideas as a charter captain and still writes in it today. Since then he’s created a fishing university called LAFB Elite where he hosts courses teaching inshore anglers his knowledge of fishing Louisiana’s coast.

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  • Kenny Miller says:

    Hey Cap, your all over where I fish….the land next to the gap we call flat boat….caugth many hammer specs there next to isle la pete. I do appreciate the islands, the way points are recored now from goggle all the way to comfort…i lost a GPS, it died, now I can regain the information. I named the one island ‘spot’ 21, 22, 23, as so on. I know this is 19 info, just glad I found it now. Thanks again for all you do and share…I watch when ever I can. tight lines and set em soft my friend…

  • Louchthi says:

    This totally made my membership worth it!

    Like lots of your members, I’m from the New Orleans area, however I also have a place in Waveland also.
    As I get older and have more free time, I spend more and more of that free time on the Gulf Coast but the fishing can be tough compared to the more internal marsh fishing I grew up doing in Hopedale, Delacroix and Bayou Bienvenue.
    The Eastern Biloxi Marsh is gorgeous but it’s also spread out and the fish can be too.
    The fish out here just don’t seem to “Stack up” like they do back home and after watching this series, it finally makes sense to me why. Back home it seems like you need to “find the fish” in the areas they are concentrated in and on the coast I think its more like you have to make the “fish find you” to an extent!

    My biggest takeaways from this series has been:
    #1 Fish in groups
    #2 keep baits in the water as much as possible

    The fish over here seem to be more on the move as they are looking for bait and once you make them bite, you got to work to keep them around.

    Thanks for your hard work!

    • Thank you so much for your kind words.

      Yes, fishing from the MS coast is certainly different, even tougher because you can’t hide from the wind very easily.

      But fish in the Biloxi Marsh totally stack up just like they do in Hopedale. After all, they’re probably the same fish.

      This is just one day of fishing, and is an example of matching the behavior of the fish rather than the other way around.