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Biloxi
Thursday, March 21, 2019

TRIPS

Below you will find a number of our trips that are outstanding in their own ways. If you have any question about and want to touch base with us, then please go ahead and give us a shout on our contact page.

Inshore

The back bay of Biloxi is loaded with game fish. The trick is knowing where to find them and Captain Earl knows all the hiding places. 2.5 TO 7 HOUR TRIP

Rig-Wreck-Offshore

Offshore fishing is a great way to experience the fishing in the channel and islands just a few miles away from shore. 6 to 9 HOUR TRIP

Barrier Island Combo Trip

A combination of back bay and offshore fishing. The best of both worlds. 4.5 (MIN)-8 HOUR TRIP

RED SNAPPER SEASON JUNE 1 TO AUGUST 1

The Whipasnapa provides all licenes and the best fishing equipment you need for all trips. All you need is your food and drinks. On board we also have a bathroom.

** 2 hour Cruise and/or fish

1 to 3 person= 225.00

4 person - 275.00

5 person- 325.00

**THIS TRIP NOT AVAILABLE JUNE OR JULY**

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4 hr. Inshore Backwater Near Coastal/Light Tackle

1 Person = $ 275.00 (WEEK DAY ONLY)

2 person 300.00

3 person 350.00

4 person 400.00

5 person 450.00

6 person 500.00

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7 hr. Inshore backwater Near Coastal/Light Tackle

3 person 600.00

4 person 650.00

5 person 700.00

6 person 750.00....

$75.00 deposit will hold any day for you. .

**FISH CLEANING FOR A GRATUITY**

INSHORE TRIPS

****INSHORE (BACKWATER/PROTECTED WATERS) MOST POPULAR TRIP. Freezer fillers or catch and release. We run this trip year round and often.... Affordable for 1 person and very economical for 4-6 people... This area I've been fishing my whole life!!! Great trip for Red Drum (red fish) and black drum (puppy drum) most caught and abundant fish 12 months out of the year... St. Record black drum is 80lb St. Record red is 40lb. Hard fighting fish & simply amazing cooked on the grill half shelled or many other ways!! Trout and flounder are year round also... Sheepshead are a great add on for winter fishing!!!. Like to fish with shrimp? "EVERYTHING" eats shrimp.... In March around the spring equinox the waters warm and fish such as ground mullet, white trout, mackerals, triple tails and spawning fish show up in large hungry schools!!! You never really know what you're going to get but "EVERYTHING" will eat shrimp!!! The 4 hr trip seems to work best and is most booked!! But the 2 hr or 6 to 7 hr trips are great also! No wasted time here. Fishing in close proximity of the boat ramp and is all protected waters... Boo koodles of structure, bridges, piers, oyster reefs, and sunken debris from years of storms... Biloxi Back Bay has several little Islands that go right down the middle.. Which leads to deep channels and grass beds. Makes for great fishing! We use all light to medium tackle spinning reels and rods... Which works best as you can change them from left hand to right hand as needed. Easiest to learn how to operate and do best for our type fishing.... Most of the time there's no long casting involved... as long as you can keep a tight line and feel a bite you can catch fish. We're mostly fishing shrimp either on top or bottom... I found fresh dead shrimp to be just as productive as live although we usually have both. We fish more live shrimp from November through February as the sheephead and speckled trout seem to prefer them more... There are no closed seasons on fish like there is in federal water... legal size limits tho..Keep them all, keep a few, give a few away or catch and release ?? Your call???

RIG-WRECK-OFFSHORE

The offshore wrecks and oil rigs hold schools of fish that are eager to bite your hook. 30 miles offshore of Biloxi lay a string of Barrier Islands that are both beautiful and great fishing spots. This trip takes a little more muscle, grit and determination!!! The fish fight harder and are more aggressive you have to be ready to PURD!!!! (call for details)We start some 30 miles out in the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico to tackle all the snappers, grouper, and trigger along with makeral, cobia, jack creville and many many more! Get on board and be the next SOW master!!!(contact us to find out what it takes) RED SNAPPER SEASON OPENS JUNE 1 to AUGUST 1

BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY FOR ONLY $150 (DEPOSIT)

30 MILES OUT 6 HOUR-4 PERSON $850

60 MILES OUT 9 HOURS-4 PERSON $1,100

**FISH CLEANING FOR A GRATUITY**

shark

BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY FOR ONLY $75 (DEPOSIT)

6 hr. Inshore Barrier Island

2 person $600.00

3 person $650.00

4 person $700.00

5 person $750.00

6 person $800.00

**FISH CLEANING FOR A GRATUITY**

BARRIER ISLAND COMBO TRIP

Inshore Barrier Island combo.. This Trip is the most booked and works best as a 6 hr or 8 hr. Works well if you like a full day of fishing... Gets started good in March, however, the big bull Red fish (red drum) black drum, trout and a few others stay out here year-round. Shortly after the Spring Equinox the water starts reaching 70 degrees that's when a lot of the migratory pelegic species such as the sharks, Cobia, mackerals, etc... April till mid May is prime large spawning Cobia time... Most years by April 1st all your migratory fish will be in the waters near the Mississippi Barrier Island channel some 15 miles off the coast...The migratory pelagic fish do not stay in one place long they are constantly on the move... They will hang out in this area till late November.. There are several sandbars, grass beds, wrecks and reefs out around the islands that of course hold bait fish which attracts the bigger meaner predator fish as well... We generally start out an hour or two inland catching the trouts and drum fish.. Whatever is preferred or hot at the time.... I'll save up a few fresh baits as we're catching other fish.. large live white trout , croaker's, and pinfish etc. work real well for the Big Bull Reds, Cobia, sharks, and mackerals etc.. We usually drift and chum with live baits for fish. And or anchor and chum a wreck or bars edge... Sometimes big large schools of fish will be boiling the top of the water with birds everywhere over the top of them.. a feeding freenzy is taking place and we'll pull up and throw a bait in the school and hook up that way. I do like chumming and it is very successful. I'll use a variety of larger spincast which you can cast and hold... When shrimp season opens (Mayish) we can get behind the shrimp boats just pass the islands and catch the Cobia, Bonitas Sharks and Jacks and stuff behind the shrimp boats.... When they start throwing all the bycatch over it really attracts a lot of big ol strong huge Hungry Fish... shrimpers usually shrimp @ night and sleep during day... But anybody that's done this can tell you its intense.. Cramping after just a couple fish....Great shark trip... 1st timers or beginners fair well on this trip also... It gets in a lil more open water and can get a lil ruff so if you have a motion sickness history please prepare...

RESERVATIONS AND CANCELLATION POLICIES

Reservation Policy:

Reservations are secured by deposit either through PayPal or credit card over phone. Remaining balance payable at the dock day of trip.

Cancellation Policy:

Cancellation of your trip FOR ANY REASON with less then 24 hour notice will result in full loss of deposit.

Weather Cancellations:

Cancellation due to weather will be decided day of trip by Capt. Earl. If Captain cancels trip you will get refund of deposit or reschedule of trip. If customer cancels due to weather you will result in loss of full refund.