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07-25-2020 04:44 PM
35wh200
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Originally Posted by dcameron72 View Post
Good afternoon, fishermen. Question for you guys... My son just graduated from high school and is headed to Houston, TX to study diesel mechanics in August. His one request is for the two of us to come down to the coast and do some wade/bank fishing and maybe flounder gig at night. It has been way too many moons for me to remember my college days when I used to drive down and fish Moses Pier. I don't even know what could possibly be biting during the next two months. Too used to the crappie/bream/bass/catfish action we have up here in central Miss. Any suggestions?
have you decided what date your coming down.maybe can get you a update on gigging flounder and the HOT spots
06-30-2020 04:51 PM
Steven-OS
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Originally Posted by Engine joe View Post
It’s been good out in gpt all last month at night and before the early birds come out.. wading is good at all times all up and down the coastline pier or no pier.. I caught some nice specks before stepping in the water and been neck deep with nada but Spanish Mack’s
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If I can stay up that late I’m going to try it one night 😉. I used to enjoy catching the Spanish macks, they really put up a fight and if you smoke them they’re not bad.
06-23-2020 10:30 AM
Engine joe It’s been good out in gpt all last month at night and before the early birds come out.. wading is good at all times all up and down the coastline pier or no pier.. I caught some nice specks before stepping in the water and been neck deep with nada but Spanish Mack’s
06-18-2020 05:52 PM
DeceiverBob Many of the piers are closed due to storm damage. I suggest a phone call or email to each city's recreation department or port commission to see if any are open.
06-18-2020 03:39 PM
Steven-OS The white trout are biting pretty good right now . Not sure about the pier action because we usually take the boat. I think anywhere you can get access around the Biloxi small craft harbor is good. Not sure west of there. We’ve been using shrimp, squid and ‘fish bites’.

I haven been flounder gigging in years but used to get them all the time anywhere along the coast. If tide & moon is right you’ll probably have some luck.

Good luck!
06-18-2020 12:24 PM
dcameron72
Graduating Senior

Good afternoon, fishermen. Question for you guys... My son just graduated from high school and is headed to Houston, TX to study diesel mechanics in August. His one request is for the two of us to come down to the coast and do some wade/bank fishing and maybe flounder gig at night. It has been way too many moons for me to remember my college days when I used to drive down and fish Moses Pier. I don't even know what could possibly be biting during the next two months. Too used to the crappie/bream/bass/catfish action we have up here in central Miss. Any suggestions?

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