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  • Yes I am fully aware it has been a while since my last post here, but the fishing out of Biloxi and D'Iverville has been excellent and extremely diverse.

    The bite has been good on most everything including: black drum (the small and giant size variety), redfish, speckled trout, white trout, ground mullet, and flounders.

    Most of the trips have been conducted in the protected waters of the Back Bay of Biloxi and Biloxi Bay, and those fishing grounds are merely 5-minutes from the boat launch.

    Thus, you spend practically all of your time fishing not running around. You'll appreciate that, and I especially like it with the price of gas lately. But I'll run if I have to!

    Bottom line, business has been good with great clients and consistent catches, a great start for the upcoming summer months. To catch up on all of my latest adventures or book a trip aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS be sure to check out the web site at or give me a call at (228) 697-7707.

    To date, 2011 is starting out on a good note so book your trip now aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS and let's keep the fish catching fun on a roll.

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS

    May 27, 2011 at 11:35am

    On Saturday had a group of men from California including: Ben West, Josh Calleja, Zack Smith, and Sean Guillotte aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS, and once again the huge black drum were there for the taking.

    There have been so many 30 to 50-pound class fish caught in the last couple of weeks that I've had to go out and buy more new Shimano spinning reels. To keep from losing so many of the brutes a number of my reels are spooled with a top-shot of 50-pound test braided line.

    Haven't broke a rod yet, but if you could see the punishment these big fish put on my St. Croix Rods you wouldn't think they could take it. Generally we untie and chase down these big fish.

    To keep from breaking the landing nets we slip their big heads in first, and then lift them by the rim of the net, but it's still hard on the nets. Let's face, these are big burly sea creatures, powerful, sporting huge heads.

    Love the big black drum, the 'big game' of the Back Bay of Biloxi, and we are on the fish just 5-minutes from the D'Iberville Marina. These huge specimens are safely released to fight another day, and to entertain the next group of anglers.

    Besides the huge fish they caught a mess of eating size drum, a nice redfish, and a large sheepshead. An OK catch for a very windy day!

    On Sunday it was the TOYOTA OF HATTIESBURG group once again, and this time Jake Bolton brought his 11-year-old son 'Little' Jake to partake in the fish catching fun. Didn't have much time to fish today since I had to be in early for my newest granddaughter's baptism.

    They brought along a new comer too, Joe Williams, and Brandon Tisdale took his girlfrienf Terri Triplett. Well, right off the bat Joe caught 2 huge drum, and that's how the morning started.

    Caught a couple more monster fish plus some nice eating size, and believe it or not, both Jake and Terri hooked the same drum, a very greedy fish that swallowed both baits. It was a nice fish, about 25-pounds, and it didn't take the duo long to force this big fish in. Great fun!

    Made a quick run to a nearby white trout reef, and there the group quickly added 45 nice white trout and ground mullet to the ice chest. Weather was getting worse, so coming in early worked out just fine.

    Soon as this weater settles down the white trout and ground mullet fishing will be on fire, tripletail should be in the Mississippi Sound too. Flounders are moving into the bay also, and soon the Spanish mackerel, Florida pompano, and big specks will be prowling the barrier islands. Well, they are probably already out there, but just need Mother Nature to cooperate.

    Bottom line, still catching fish and having a blast aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS despite poor fishing conditions. At this time I have plenty of openings in May so come on down and let's fish!

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    May 02, 2011 at 2:11pm

    Had two Canadian anglers aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS on Wednesday, and needless to say it was rough as could be, even in the Back Bay of Biloxi.

    Winds in the 25-knot range had three-foot seas at the mouth of the bay, and waves crashing over the bases of the U.S. Hwy. 90 Ocean Springs Bridge.

    Hey, a mans got to pay his bill so off we went. Had the secret bait aboard, and although the men had a hard time keeping the bait on the bottom, and detecting the bite of black drum, well, believe it or not they boxed 8 really nice fish.

    The couldn't take any fish with them, but did want a couple of the smaller fish for a local restaurant to cook them up. Mission accomplished!

    But that's not all of the story for these men hooked into 6 huge drum, and lost every one of them. Heck, they didn't even get one of them to the surface. These were some of the biggest and wisest fish yet, and every drum managed to cut them off (50-pound braid) in the pilings.

    Have to admit not being able to stand up and put the pressure on the big fish had a lot to do with it, but at least they got to feel the power these big bottom feeders possess.

    Anyway, the men had a blast despite big winds and seas, muddy water, and not being able to stand up to battle the big brusers.

    The last group went 5 for 10 on the big fish on light spinning tackle, but since we release the big specimens to fight another day there will always be opportunities for newcomers to battle the 'big game' of the bay.

    Looks like nice weather this weekend, but poor tides so we'll just have to see what happens. Plenty of openings in May so book your trip aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS and let's catch a mess of fish.

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    April 28, 2011 at 9:33pm

    NEWS FLASH - Be sure to go to my Robert Brodie site on Facebook and check out the video Mark Kenner put together on one of our trips a while back.

    OK I just had to put a few more on here so you won't think I've been slacking. Fishing is good and I have Thursday and Friday still open. Hey, I know you want to go...come on...get up off that couch and tell the kids you're all going fishing aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS...and if you don't have kids start calling up your buddies and let's go have some fun. Bring your beer, cigarettes, cigars, and Copenhagen...just no drugs, firearms, or explosives and we'll do just fine. Yeah I know that really tones down the fun...but rules are rules. All kidding aside let's go fishing!
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    April 24, 2011 at 8:28pm

    Here are a few more pics of trips made recently in the Back Bay of Biloxi. Didn't realize there were so many! Go to to see them all. Thank you!And again the white trout are ganging up on the reefs so come on down and catch some of these delicious trout.

    April 24, 2011 at 8:13pm

    Took the Easter Weedend off to spend with family and friends, and enjoyed every minute of it. Money isn't everything and the fish will only get bigger. I guess I am just getting old and sentimental. Yeah right!

    But the previous days have been good, and just 5-minutes from the launch my clients have been hammering the big and small black drum, a few redfish, and excellent catches of nice white trout and ground mullet.

    Many of the drum are in the 30 to 50-pound class, and on light spinning tackle they are quite a challenge. Quite often we end up chasing them down in the boat while zig-zagging through bridges, pilings and crab traps. Great fun!

    The white trout numbers are on the increase, and that's definately a good sign. Not quite a fish on every cast yet, but they are definately starting to stack up on the oyster reefs.

    This week barring any cancellations I only have Thursday and Friday open, but plenty openings on the following week. Fishing is excellent, so let's go fishing and have some fun.

    Here are a few pics, and I might post a few more. Many thanks to everyone, and hope all had a magnificent and Happy Easter!

    Regards and thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    April 24, 2011 at 7:59pm

    Yesterday I took my son-in-law Joel Bernacchi as well as his aunt and uncle Keith and Cheri Leach from Indiana on a quick trip in the bay to get a mess of fish for a fish fry that night.

    Well, it didn't take long to catch some really nice eating black 'puppy' drum, and a nice redfish for the dinner table. Filleted, skinned, deboned, and cut the fillets into 1-inch wide strips.

    My daughter Tiffany then rolled them in yellow mustard, then in Zatarain's Fish-Fri, and then tossed them into hot grease frying them golden brown. Listen, if you've never eaten black drum this way you are truly missing out on a delicious fish.

    Honestly, the black drum may be tastier than the red drum. The black drum's meat is pure white, firm, and fries up moist and flaky. I guess just because he isn't considered as pretty as a redfish the drum doesn't get as much attention.

    Anyway, everyone gobbled up the entire mound of fried fish, raved about how good it was, and that's what a good fishing trip is all about.

    My guys cancelled today due to weather, but that's OK because I needed time to get the boat and gear in tip top shape.

    My son-in-law Joel (he's the lead guitarist for Dr. Zarr's Amazing Funk Monster Band, and they are playing Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night at the Island View Casino. They are awesome you've got to see them!)is a novice angler, but he has a lot of patience, and used it to his advantage figuring out the slow bite of the drum, and he caught the big red too.

    Beginners luck, may be, but I would rather be lucky than good any day of the week. Just another great day on the water with family, and enjoying the bounty of our efforts.

    Book a trip now, and let's go beat the drum!

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    April 15, 2011 at 12:03pm

    Last week, Thursday through Sunday was a busy time. Made it to the islands 3 of the 4 days, and on the third trip to the isles the bite was off, and mainly because I didn't have any live shrimp.

    However, all four trips ended up with a good mix of various fish including sheepshead, black drum, white trout, ground mullet, flounder, and redfish.

    Have a couple of more coming up this week, and will try and get a big mess of white trout rounded up. Caught 80 on one of those trips, and that was just minutes from the launch. Hope they start stacking up on that reef, an excellent ace in the hole when things get slow.

    For further details check out my web site, and to book a trip give me a call at (228) 697-7707 or shoot me an e-mail at

    Looking forward to putting the smack down on the white trout, and bigger numbers of Florida pompano and Spanish mackerel at the isles. By the way, caught 11 Spanish one day about 11 days ago, and they shoud be stacking up out there too.

    Time to fish...let's go!

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS

    April 12, 2011 at 8:22pm

    Saturday's trip was to be a quick one to the isles, catch a mess of sheepshead, and then get back inshore.

    Well, it went exactly according to plan, and my come back clients had a ball fighting the big sheeps on light spinning tackle. It was practically a bowed rod on every cast, and 21 fish fish quickly graced the live well.

    Back inshore they added a few black drum to the catch, and a quick stop at a white trout reef just minutes from the launch added 25 nice trout to the mix.

    My clients were Zack Craft, Corey Hopkins, and Packer McBride, and this was a kick off to Zack's bachelor party with friends here on the coast.

    The young men had a fantastic time, and as usual I'll probably be seeing them again this summer. A good day, good people, and good fishing...can't ask for much more than that!

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    April 04, 2011 at 3:25pm

    Fished the barrier islands today, and no it wasn't 5 to 10 knots like the weatherman said it was going to be. More like 10 to 15 out of the west, and yes, it was rough as a cob.

    However, my guests Ken Tottle, Joshua Mustin, and Nai Chung Lui, all military guys, loaded the boat with fish.

    Our first stop in 3-foot rollers produced over 30 sheepshead, and a huge redfish. Next, we went on the hunt and caught 11 Spanish mackerel trolling on the flats, and yes it was rough there too.

    Nai got sea sick, really sea sick, but he hung in there all day long. Decided to finish up the day in the bay, and the guys added 8 black drum, and a fine flounder to the mix.

    Overall, a nice day despite the beating we took! Booked up for the next couple of days, but the weather looks iffy. We'll just have to see what happens.

    What can I say, still catching fish and having a blast aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS. Oh yeah, caught all of these fish today without a landing net, left it a home, and on the way out I just knew we were going to need it. But hey, bare hands work well too!

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    April 01, 2011 at 4:44pm

    OK, it was like this. Our first stop produced huge sheepshead in the 5 to 10-pound class on practically every cast. After they boxed 30, well, they caught and released that many more. An excellent start!

    Our second stop produced more and more of the big sheepshead, so we moved again.

    On our third stop the action was a sudden blitz of bull redfish on every cast, and in a short period of time the guys managed to box their 12 fish limit of nice reds, most cookie cutters in the 28 and 29-inch size.

    Heck, they even released that many more, and by then it was close to noon and the guys had gone through $30 worth of live shrimp. My guests were repeat customers from South Carolina, Joey Lewis and his son Jordan, and Cummins Gary and his son Coleman all excellent anglers.

    Simple and plain as that, a perfect morning on the water. It just doesn't get any better than that.

    To book your trip aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS simply call (228) 697-7707 or shoot an e-mail to

    March 29, 2011 at 9:17am

    Here are the pics!

    March 26, 2011 at 4:45pm

    Today was another windy one, and I spent most of the morning looking for white trout and ground mullet on the inshore reefs, but that turned out to be a waste of time, and then I was really looking for some fish.

    Could only scratch up a dozen of the white trout and ground mullet, but managed to go to an ace in the hole and rack up a nice mess of black drum.

    Plus, one of the girls on the boat hooked and landed a massive 50-pound black drum, and they all got a kick out of that. Released the big bruser to fight another day!

    Lost 2 big redfish at boatside too, the hook just pulled out. Might be from that non stretch braided line.

    Anyway, the drum hole saved the day and 20 nice eating size black drum and a sheepshead graced our box. Really wanted to get back to the isles and fish the sheepshead spawn and redfish, but just to windy of a day.

    Botttom line, filled up the ice chest with a mess of hard fighting and good eating fish, and everyone was happy as a lark. Another trip down and many more to go. What can I say...let's fish!

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    March 26, 2011 at 4:42pm

    Mike, yes it was a beauty, and can't wait for the big schools to start showing up at the barrier islands. And yes, the guys were a great bunch to fish with, and caught them as fast as they could cast out and set the hook, even if we were bouncing around in 3 to 4-foot swells.

    March 23, 2011 at 6:31pm

    Made a run to the barrier islands today with 4 service men, (Col. Tom Barrier, CW2 Ryan Thompson, CW2 James Chilton, and SPC Pete Santiamagro) and $20 worth of live shrimp. It was a little bumpy, but the run paid off.

    First cast resulted in a huge sheepshead, and then for the next hour or so it was game until all of the live crustaceans were used up.

    Yes, the bite was that fast, and bouncing around in 3-foot or sometimes better rollers, well, it made for a challenging morning. However, the water was extremely clear and the sheepshead and big jack crevalles were easily seen prowling around the boat. Exciting stuff!

    Plus, Ryan Thompson added a hefty Florida pompano to the catch, and was amply impressed on how hard they fight. Just wait until he eats it, then he'll surely be impressed!

    Bottom line, a great trip that went exactly according to plan. Plenty of life at the barrier islands, and the water is up to the 70 degree mark. Anything can happen out there now...let's fish!

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    March 22, 2011 at 11:18pm

    Just finished up 8 days in a row aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS, and the weather and fishing has been superb!

    The sheepshead spawn is in full swing, and catching these big sows in 2-feet of crystal clear waters is a sight to behold.

    Since there is no limit on these big fat hard fighting fish we generally catch 10 to 15 and them move on, or practice a lot of catch and release.

    Watching hundreds of these fish swim all around the boat is mesmerizing, and on light spinning tackle it's simply a blast. Sort of like catching 4 to 10-pound snapper on the flats. Simply great stuff!

    Big schools of redfish and those powerful jack crevalles have been prowling the flats too, and we've been casting jigs into the massive schools of reds when they appear running the beaches.

    Generally it's multiple hook ups, and a lot of wild excitement as anglers run all around the boat fighting the big reds. And again, when these fish are spotted in the gin clear shallows it's game on!

    Plus, a few Florida pompano have moved in too, some of the most delicious fish on the planet, and fight like mad in 1 to 2-feet of water. Silver speed demons of the flats!

    Last year the oil spill really mess up all of my Florida pompano trips, but this year it looks like we'll be getting back to normal and putting the hammer on these hard fifhting and delicious exotics. Catching Florida pompano is a speciality aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS, it's different and just plain fun.

    Drum are still prowling the flats also, not the massive schools, but big fish scattered about with some nice eating 'puppy' drun in the mix too. Plus, we've already caught a couple of small sharks that has added to the sight fishing excitement.

    The ground mullet are thick at the isles now too, and when the bite is right you can catch them till your arms ache. Southern kingfish aka 'ground mullet' are as tasty as white trout, and many anglers prefer them over the silvery trout. Both are top-notch frying fish. Simply delicious!

    The fishing has been excellent, the isle's shallows are full of life, and it's only going to get better. What more can I say? Hop aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS and let's create some light tackle fishing memories of your own.

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    March 20, 2011 at 10:00pm

    Last week had anglers from Louisiana, Florida, and Texas aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS, and they all managed to put some gorgeous redfish, black drum, sheepshead, flounders, as well as a couple of white trout and ground mullet on ice.

    Matter a fact, they released a couple of giant black drum too, but you'll have to revert back to my web site ( to see all of the fish caught.

    One of my guests was noted outdoor writer/photographer John N. Felsher, and he to managed to box 3 really nice redfish right here in the Back Bay of Biloxi.

    Folks, March is booking up fast so please call me well ahead of time to get your open date. It's still going on here in south Mississippi, and we've been having to fish in the bay due to windy conditions. However, it going to get really good sooon.

    White trout and ground mullet are out by the barrier islands, and ready to get back out there and hunt the big black drum and redfish in the gin clear waters of the barrier islands once the winds calm down.

    We've been catching the big fish in 1 to 2-feet of water, and once located we simply follow them around using the trolling motor. Exciting sight fishing!

    It's all good aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS, and the good news is that it's only going to get better. So come on down and let's get the fishing starter. Like I always say, 'Life is short...let's fish!'.

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707

    February 28, 2011 at 10:14pm

    I know it has been a while since I've posted here on the Mississippi Sportsman site, but I have been busy never the less.

    Lately the big thing going on aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS is sight fishing the big schools of black drum at the barrier islands, as well as catching plenty of sheepshead in the Back Bay of Biloxi.

    The big drum (20 to 50-pounds) have been swarming in less that 2-feet of water, and that makes for incredible sight fishing in the gin clear shallows of the barrier isles.

    Tossing a shrimp tipped jig into the masses of fish lead to fast action, and plenty of line stripping runs.

    Heck, most of the time these big fish stay in the school for a while until they are slowed down a bit. Great fun on light spinning tackle or a fly rod!

    After battling the big drum a run back into the bays generally ends the outing with a hot bite on sheepshead, and it's like catching 4 to 8-pound red snapper on light spinning tackle. Good action!

    By the way, March is booking up fast so be sure to get your fishing trip booked well in advance before the openings will be few.

    I know it's early in the season, but come on down and we'll put a bend in those St Croix rod for sure. Hey, don't we always?

    Life is good my friends so come on down, hop aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS, and let's enjoy the great outdoors south Mississippi has to offer.

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS
    Cell: (228) 697-7707
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    February 18, 2011 at 11:27am

    Had Andy Rowell and his 10-year-old son Drew aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS for two days in a row, and man did this father and son duo have a great time catching speckled trout in south Mississippi's coastal rivers.

    Funny thing was, we didn't get to the fishing grounds on each day till around noon, and still they brought home a fine mess of fish each day.

    Still bumping soft-plastics slowly along the bottom, and Drew caught a gorgeous fat bass that he was very proud of. We'll just let the pictures do the talking!

    Remember, TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS fishes 'year-round', so get up off the coach and let's fish!

    To book a trip simply call Capt. Brodie at (228) 697-7707, shoot him an e-mail at, and be sure to check out the web site at

    January 05, 2011 at 1:03pm

    TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS Still Hauling Them In!

    Hope all of you out there have a very happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year!

    Ran a trip on Wednesday, and the guys consisted of Eugene Coleman, Danny Ray, and Mike Philgin from Atlanta, GA.

    Our plan was to fish for speckled trout up in the rivers first, and then run back down into the bay and fish for black drum and sheepshead.

    However, the upper rivers would end up supplying all of the action needed for these gentlemen. Started out casting soft-plastics, but as the bite started to slow a bit we started tipping the jigs with shrimp and the action soon resumed.

    But this time the black drum joined in on the bite, and they added plenty of rod bending action and meat to the trip. Put a nice flounder on ice too!

    These fun guys ended up with 25 beautiful speckled trout, and a bonus of 20 black drum all on the same baits and location. They fished well, but we'll try and not hold it against them being Atlanta Falcon fans.

    Fished a few days before that trip with Ben Benoit from Biloxi, MS and we boxed 21 really nice specks and 2 fine redfish.

    Bottom line, TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS is still hauling in the fish when the weather permits, so come on down and let's catch a mess.

    Oh yeah, I took Dr. Randy Patrolia from Hattiesburg, MS on a guided diving duck hunt last week, and he easily shot his limit of divers including: 1 redhead, 2 scaups, and 3 buffleheads.

    Randy books a hunting trip or two every year aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS, and he'll be bringing his twin 6-year-old boys down to fish this summer for the first time. Sounds like a fun time for the boys!

    To book a fishing or duck hunting trip call Capt. Brodie at (228) 697-7707, shoot him an e-mail at, and be sure to check out the web site at

    Regards and many thanks to all,

    Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS

    December 31, 2010 at 10:18am
    A comment titled: Awesome Footage! in response to a report titled: Wild permit trip

    That was one of the neatest fishing videos I've seen yet. Great audio, and he herky jerky camera work was extremely cool and off the wall. Simply great stuff! My hat off to those fishermen!

    April 15, 2011 at 12:23pm
    A comment titled: Plan A Was Dead On in response to a report titled: TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS On Big Sheepshead Early

    Thanks Jeff! Just another day in paradise here in south Mississippi.

    April 05, 2011 at 10:02am

    Most of my charters go out of the D'Iberville Marina under the north end of the I-110 Bridge just north of Biloxi.

    March 29, 2011 at 3:37pm
    A comment titled: Hello Tidewater in response to a report titled: Friends from Alabama Fish Aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS

    Sorry I am late getting back to you, but at least I am responding. At the isles on the trips I've been out there I've seen mostly huge schools of black drum...the big ones! Still no big schools of redfish, but they could be there right now. Just have to keep fishing until they show. Last February they were everywhere, but not this season. I am hoping the big reds will get thick in March and early April. And thanks for that, yes, they were some nice fat river trout. Take care and good luck!


    Capt. Brodie

    February 28, 2011 at 10:39pm
    A comment titled: About White Trout in response to a report titled: Drum By The Thousands & Sheepshead Too!


    Haven't caught any big numbers nearshore yet, but any time now look for them to start moving into the Kartina, Keesler, and Bellefountaine Reefs in swarms. Love to get my clients on this fun filled bite, and the family groups with kids simply have a blast. Good luck, and I'll post as soon as they start stacking up close in. Take care!


    Capt. Brodie

    February 28, 2011 at 10:34pm
    A comment titled: Trout in response to a report titled: Coastal Rivers Delivering Nice Speckled Trout Aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS

    Jason & Tidewater:

    Thanks guys! It's always fun to slip away and catch some for myself, and since I no longer freeze fish, well, eating them fresh is the best way to enjoy them. These were baked with butter and lemon juice, and were quite delicious.

    December 17, 2010 at 11:33am
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