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Gene bowers

Louisville Mississippi , MS USA

Could some one help me go shark fishing in
Gulfport ms this week after work just need a
fishing buddy that know how to shark fish please
email me ambo_1989@hotmail.com or
6628034209 my name is gene

Saturday, July 26, 2014 @ 9:38:08 PM

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Capt Sonny Schindler with Shore Thing Charters

Bay St Louis, MS USA

Just been a numbers game or a game of numbers depending on how you look at. We have been getting some really nice trout, but no huge numbers. We have been getting big numbers of school trout, just having to do some serious picking to get the keepers.

On the other hand, if the summer time squalls or the slow trout bite occurs, we just go look for something else. Capt Alex, who just cant get the offshore fishing out of his system has been having fun chasing cobia. He has been releasing plenty of smaller ones, but bringing some tasty keepers to the dock. Capt Kenny got a hawg leg sized triple tail this week. He has been doing very well on those fish lately. We got a big one with the Guice Offshore group on way to dock the day before. Both fish were in the mid to high teens on the pounds. Heck, Capt Tom got his crew on a Gargantuan GAR sight casting this week.

It has been a bad week to be a drum and sheephead. Since we have been loaded down with kids(both big and small), the steady action on those critters has certainly kept our crews entertained. Of course, the drag screaming bull reds have been a great bonus.

There is plenty to do out there, you just have to be flexible and have an open mind. We have been having fun with the variety, at the end of the day, its fishing...

Huge amount of pics on the Shore Thing website.

****SHORE THING FISHING CHARTERS****
The Largest inshore fishing company on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Specializing in speckled trout, redfish, flounder, tripletail, black drum and more! We fish the Louisiana Marsh, the Mississippi Barrier Islands and many other areas. Our full-time fishing guides are extremely knowledgeable, courteous, and professional. We have many boats available - small and large groups are welcome. Anglers under the age of 13 fish for free! All of our boats and guides are licensed to fish in Mississippi and Louisiana. We supply rods, reels, tackle, snacks, drinks, ice, fuel, bait, and fun. No charge for fish cleaning and bagging. Be sure and ask about our all inclusive overnight fishing packages to the Cat Island House. www.shorethingcharters.com or 228-342-2206.

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Friday, July 25, 2014 @ 6:30:15 PM

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Fish Ranger

Bay St. Louis, MS USA

Thanks again

Friday, July 25, 2014 @ 1:37:57 PM

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Beebo

Long Beach, MS USA

Wormie is nickname for atlantic sharpnose shark, which is a small coastal speciesn prevalent inshore here

Friday, July 25, 2014 @ 1:18:55 PM

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Fish Ranger

Bay St. Louis, MS USA

Thanks Beebo, I guess it's better at night. What's a wormies?

Friday, July 25, 2014 @ 12:51:02 PM

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Beebo

Long Beach, MS USA

Fish ranger- absolutely.  Mostly wormies but even been known to catch blacktips and small bulls on the wash st pier.  Use whole or cut mullet, or cut up lady fish on stout rod.

Friday, July 25, 2014 @ 12:11:05 PM

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Fish Ranger

Bay St. Louis, MS USA

Does anyone ever catch shark from the pier at the end of Washington St. in Bay St. Louis? Also I saw on a map not far from that pier is a spot called Rene's shark hole, so I guess sharks were caught there at some point.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 @ 11:56:10 AM

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KingFish

Biloxi, MS USA

Troutman has always been the best poster on this site and has always acted with class as any sportsman and gentleman should.
I used to post on this site frequently until I was verbally assaulted by another poster. I refrained from responding. Then a week later I was confronted by the poster at the boat launch and had to call the police. He had identified me by some pictures I had posted on this site.
Then he showed up at my house and threatened me. Again, police involved.
I now fish only in Louisiana instead of here in Biloxi where I have lived all my life due to fear of another encounter with this individual. The police said a restraining order would  not prevent him from being at the boat launch.
Its not like its just that one person. There is a group of them, all friends or related to each other. They had taken over this site for a while.
I appreciate Troutman for his informative posts and Wanda and Mike for making their site better.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 @ 11:16:16 AM

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Capt Sonny Schindler with Shore Thing Charters

Bay St Louis, MS USA

Trout fishing has still been hit or miss this week. When the trout fishing gets tough, the tough go fishing for something else...

Just to darn to hot to grind out the day on specks when that fishing has been so unsteady. With that said, the triple tail, bull reds, slot reds, flounder, black drum, sheepshead, sharks and jack crevalle have been keeping our anglers very very busy. We especially enjoy having the kids on the boats during summertime. Nothing on this earth is better than having a youngster on the boat fight and catch a fish bigger than him or her. Still fishing, still catching, and still having an absolute blast this summer. Join us, won't you?...

****SHORE THING FISHING CHARTERS****
The Largest inshore fishing company on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Specializing in speckled trout, redfish, flounder, tripletail, black drum and more! We fish the Louisiana Marsh, the Mississippi Barrier Islands and many other areas. Our full-time fishing guides are extremely knowledgeable, courteous, and professional. We have many boats available - small and large groups are welcome. Anglers under the age of 13 fish for free! All of our boats and guides are licensed to fish in Mississippi and Louisiana. We supply rods, reels, tackle, snacks, drinks, ice, fuel, bait, and fun. No charge for fish cleaning and bagging. Be sure and ask about our all inclusive overnight fishing packages to the Cat Island House. www.shorethingcharters.com or 228-342-2206.

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Monday, July 21, 2014 @ 7:01:26 PM

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Troutman

Biloxi, MS United States

In response to Wanda Stewart Sales and Advertising

Ms Stewart,

Thanks for the post, hopefully it is a sign that going forward this forum will be monitored a lot more frequently for things that don't belong.

I think you can do a "search" on my forum name (dating back for many years) and see that I "act accordingly".

Take care and tightlines!

Monday, July 21, 2014 @ 1:08:16 PM

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Wanda Stewart Sales and Advertising

new Orleans , la United States

In response to Troutman

Troutman, if you have a complaint about this site you
can e-mail myself or Mr. Lane. I appreciate your post
and all the other posters. I personally thank you and
Dale for helping out any novice fisherman or
fisherwoman such as myself. But we all share a
common interest and that is the passion to fish, and
be on the water. So in the interest of the sport or
hobby please act accordingly!

Thank You

Monday, July 21, 2014 @ 9:06:44 AM

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Kyle

Hattiesburg, MS USA

Has anyone had any luck flounder gigging lately?

Thursday, July 17, 2014 @ 1:40:36 PM

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Bellweather

The Pass, MS USA

Grass beds N of Cat island do hold fish.  With a summer S wind, get on the S side and drift north over the top of the beds all the way to the bird cage using a popping cork and plastics or a top water popper with a plastic trailer.  If the trout are there, you will catch them.  You can pick up several each drift, then do it again. Catching a MS limit is not unthinkable if they are there. Stop popping and you will likely catch plenty of lady fish and catfish.  Good luck and let us know how it goes.

Thursday, July 17, 2014 @ 1:05:25 PM

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seabird

metairie, LA USA

do the grass beds in 4' of water 500 yds off the north side of cat island beaches hold specs, reds, et al ?

Wednesday, July 16, 2014 @ 4:56:53 PM

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Capt Sonny Schindler with Shore Thing Charters

Bay St Louis, MS USA


Where to begin, just glad we took a bunch of pictures to help tell this story. FYI, put abou 50 on the Shore Thing site(www.shorethingcharters.com reports), just too many to load and not much free time these days. Worth the look though...
The first part of the week, just making it do what it do on the inshore fishing. We had boats working out in the marsh and on the near shore reefs. It has been decent on both, with a variety of fish. Dr Jim Franks at the Gulf Coast Research Lab has asked me to keep an eye out for puffer fish? I sent a text to the Shore Thing navy and they have been seeing them regularly. Dr Jim wanted me to relay to not go near there mouth! They have a set of choppers that easily remove flesh and bone.

Fishing has been getting better in the LA Marsh. Hopefully that pattern of windy mornings is behind us. On the calmer days, the school trout bite has been keeping us busy, with big bull reds keeping everyone on their toes. Still nothing better on the planet than watching customer or young angler do battle with their first big bull.

Despite some crazy early morning winds, we have had a great plan b on the near shore reefs. All week, we have been working on speckled trout, sheepshead, black drum and a few reds. Been nice being able to take advantage of the early morning cooler temps.

Capt Alex did venture off to the islands one call day. He was playing out near Cat and Ship islands. They found some good trout and some keeper cobia! All the guides have been a sharp look out for triple tail . With more and more being seen and caught everyday, we are all fighting for who gets the Big Boy this year. Capt Kenny still has the Shore Record @ 27 POUNDS!

Capt Tom and myself did a TV Show with Barry Stokes and Fox Sports South on Wednesday. Capt Tom was the camera boat/scout boat. While we were idling out the bayou, Tom was already soaking baits and on fish. He called us in on the bite, after he caught 4 nice trout in 4 casts. We set up, and got 2 in 2 casts. Barry an I had to ham it up a bit. While we were shooting footage a nasty storm kicked up to the north. We high tailed it back to the dock and rode out the squall with captains Kenny, Ray and Alex. Saw some of the pics of the trout Capt Kenny had already caught, and they were some fatties!

Once the storm passed it was roll camera and back to work. The boats scattered and most eased out the LA Marsh. Capt Tom an I put the boats in open water to look for triple tail. We saw several, hooked many and landed a few. Best part of the day was having a bird dog. While we would shoot our attempts at catching, and did not need the camera boat, Tom was out looking. By the time we were done, Tom would have another waiting for us. Saved a ton of time and we got some great footage. Kind of cheating, but we were gonna cross the same stuff. I'm calling it a very successful outing, Thanks for the lay ups Capt Tom!

Grabbed a shower and some clean clothes before catching a ride to Venice, LA. The gang from Guice Offshore asked me to help fish on Capt Charlie Caplingers 45 Cabo for the Fourchon Oilmans Rodeo. Have not been back to the big deep in almost two years. Got a couple hours shut eye before we headed out of Cypress Cove. Stopped by Port Eads, before heading out South Pass to pick up a weed line south of Lena and Cognac(oil rigs). Dirty green pushed against pretty blue water greeted us. The line was full of hard tails, chicken dolphin, and flying fish.

Trolled west for most of the day and got several nice dorado for dinner. I was taking my turn in the tower when the ruckus started. All I could hear was screaming anglers and a 50 wide about to explode. Charlie saw the marlin hit and got everyone to clear the deck. After my awful attempt at chasing the fish he took over and had me running the deck with Billy Guice. Nathan Guice was a trooper and never gave up. Once we leadered the fish, Nathan got up and popped a tag in it. I got to bill the 250 pound blue but we got Nathan to hold it for some pics. It was the first one he has ever reeled in.

Made our way to the Port of Fourchon for one heck of a Captains Meeting. Got to see some plenty of my old offshore buddies and met many new ones. Still not much in the way of sleep and we were back on the water in a couple hours.

Joining us for day two was my good friend from Capt School Daniel "D-Rob" Robinson. Charlie, Nathan, Billy and myself trolled the majority of the day. Found some perfect 10 weed lines. Diving frigate birds, jumping tuna and dorado with flying fish and chicken dolphin all over the place. Would not be our day, all we heard caught all day was a wahoo and some tuna way way to the south.

Did find a piece of an old trawl with some triple tail on it. Grabbed one for supper but missed a hawg after we spooked it.

Before we headed back to the dock we had to try for some grouper. Used the sabikis to get about a dozen hard tails. None of the baits we sent down lasted more than 20 seconds. Huge amberjack and fat snappers would not let us get to the bottom. Both species were out of season, and all got the photo and release. Lotta work, and hated to release them, but very very fun

The last day of the rodeo, we had to try and get some fish for the board. Went looking for cobia, but could not get away from the snapper. Did find some nice sized Mangrove Snapper, one ate a medium sized hard tail!

One of the categories was for Jack Crevealle and we found 2 of those while jigging.

We had a few fish on the board for a couple of minutes before the masses returned. It was amazing to see all the tuna, dolphin, king mackerel, mangroves, trout and grouper. We saw the tournament winning Warsaw grouper being cleaned, it looked like they were skinning an Elk. The fish was 305 POUNDS!

Even the ride back to Venice the day after was a treat. With out a doubt, one of the coolest offshore experiences I have been a part of. Four days of flat water, good friends and fun fishing. Nothing beats summer time in the Gulf Of Mexico.

****SHORE THING FISHING CHARTERS****
The Largest inshore fishing company on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Specializing in speckled trout, redfish, flounder, tripletail, black drum and more! We fish the Louisiana Marsh, the Mississippi Barrier Islands and many other areas. Our full-time fishing guides are extremely knowledgeable, courteous, and professional. We have many boats available - small and large groups are welcome. Anglers under the age of 13 fish for free! All of our boats and guides are licensed to fish in Mississippi and Louisiana. We supply rods, reels, tackle, snacks, drinks, ice, fuel, bait, and fun. No charge for fish cleaning and bagging. Be sure and ask about our all inclusive overnight fishing packages to the Cat Island House. www.shorethingcharters.com or 228-342-2206.


Be sure and check our videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7zPtztzBT0
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Sunday, July 13, 2014 @ 6:38:03 PM

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mark

gulfport, LA USA

could the pictures that are on the post be smaller or have a link where you can click on it.

Thursday, July 10, 2014 @ 11:58:09 AM

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Capt Sonny Schindler with Shore Thing Charters

Bay St Louis, MS USA


A chain is only as its weakest link, and the Shore Thing support chain is seemingly un breakable. The fleet has been going non stop despite the wind, rain and dirty water. Finding fish has been a challenge, but working together the fleet has been getting it done.

I try to tell a good story on the fishing reports, but I cant lie. Fishing in the LA Marsh has been on the slow side. High winds and rough seas in the morning, with a low tide have made the water dirty most of the day. Some days it means we just have to work a little harder. It has not been uncommon for the boats to run 50-70+ miles(round trip) in search of specks, reds and triple tail. The fish have not been holding in the same spots so the run and gun method has been the only way to work. These crazy north winds in July have certainly thrown us for a loop too. The one thing that has helped in these conditions has been the near shore fishing in MS and Cat Island. If we get any kind of north wind, we can find safer, cleaner water to fish in close. The variety has been fun too. I got to run a trip with the McGee crew(Barry, Barbara, and Paul Thomas) on the 4th were we caught everything. They were fishing the Deep Sea Rodeo out of Gulfport and wanted to weigh in some fish. We caught big trout, reds, puppy drum, sheepshead, white trout, croakers, ground mullet and some huge sea monsters. Can't wait to hear if they won in some of the categories.

Still seeing a few triple tail here and there. Was able to get my old buddy Cliffe Laborde his first ever triple tail on Wednesday. This man has logged some days at sea, and to catch him a first of anything was something special.

Captains Matt and Kenny spent most of the week out at the Cat Island House with Quinlan crew. Capt Matt and I grew up with most these guys. Brooks, Mickey and Ryan did well, all things considered on the trout, reds and triple tail. I even heard Capt Matt found a few cobia. True to form, Ryan Quinlan greeted Capt Kenny early one morning in an interesting get up. While Capt Kenny was stocking his boat for the days adventure, Ryan snuck onto the dock in an original Borat bathing suit(man G-string bikini with suspenders). The entire crew was on the balcony in stiches watching the show as Ryan asked, "we goin red fishing"?. I don't think Capt Kenny has been right since..

Did hear some good reports that the big sharks were moving in. I am very much looking forward to taking crews out to lock horn with those suckers. Got a few trips down the road where we will be targeting them specifically. Should be fun.



Really can't fish as hard as we do with out our support team on land. Bobby and Emily Lamb along with their staff at Atlantic Marine in Bay St Louis has installed not one, but TWO 300 Yamaha four strokes on our boats in the last two weeks. Finding time to get our schedules to match up during both of our busiest times of the year has been a monumental task in itself. Somehow we have made it work. Capt Kenny and myself now have much needed brand new engines. The entire process was effortless, thanks to Atlantic Marines hard working crew. Bobby's only instructions were to, "just get it here". Emily handled all the paper work and the maintenance crew even stayed late to ensure all was ship shape. From the price, quick turn around and workmanship, we have been more than pleased with Atlantic Marine(the boat flys and burns much less fuel FYI). All the guys and gals that work there own boats, fish and are locals. They understand what we do with our boats and how to better rig them. It is a nice feeling knowing these folks think on the same level we do when it comes to laying out wires, pumps and display screens.

The Boat House gang in lakeshore has been burning the midnight oil, and changing it to. We use both them and Bobby for parts and service. From the constant use an abuse we put on our fleet, Sid Leblanc and his crew(Steven, Ronald, Dylan, Daniel and Griffen) have kept us in a steady supply of filters, spark plugs, oil changes, water pumps, bilge pumps and general TLC. Not only do both business work hard, but they do great work.

Can not dish out the thank yous without sending one to Kevin Desselle and the team at Sport Trail trailers. All the Shore Thing boats trailer EVERY SINGLE DAY, and we have never missed work because of trailer issues.

Absolutely no way on earth we could fish the hundreds and hundreds of trips we run a year without these people. Shore Thing Thanks You all!!!



****SHORE THING FISHING CHARTERS****
The Largest inshore fishing company on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Specializing in speckled trout, redfish, flounder, tripletail, black drum and more! We fish the Louisiana Marsh, the Mississippi Barrier Islands and many other areas. Our full-time fishing guides are extremely knowledgeable, courteous, and professional. We have many boats available - small and large groups are welcome. Anglers under the age of 13 fish for free! All of our boats and guides are licensed to fish in Mississippi and Louisiana. We supply rods, reels, tackle, snacks, drinks, ice, fuel, bait, and fun. No charge for fish cleaning and bagging. Be sure and ask about our all inclusive overnight fishing packages to the Cat Island House. www.shorethingcharters.com or 228-342-2206.


Be sure and check our videos:

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Louis Rossignol - Venice Guide Service

Venice, LA USA

I love it when my fishermen are doubled up.

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Nice lug of fish!

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Thursday, July 3, 2014 @ 5:01:53 AM

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FISHING

Pass, MS USA

SOO... whats the deal with the weekends only in the month of July snapper fishing? You can fish 9nm out from the islands. But its fish at your own risk? because you could receive a fine by fed or state law enforcement? dont understand ?

Tuesday, July 1, 2014 @ 2:51:37 PM

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Louis Rossignol - Venice Guide Service

Venice, LA USA

TAKE A KID FISHING!!!

Mom, Dad, and their 3 sons booked me for an evening trip. We left the dock at 4 and by 6 we were limited out, and the kids had a blast.

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This little guy was especially fun, he was reeling in these redfish all by himself.

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Saturday, June 28, 2014 @ 9:20:40 PM

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Capt Sonny Schindler with Shore Thing Charters

Bay St Louis, MS USA

Another long fun week at the office

The boats have been running all over the MS Sound, Bay of St Louis, Chandelier Sound and Barrier Islands. We have had boats out at the Cat Island House 3 different times this past week. Some days mother nature has only allowed us to fish in close. Just glad the fishing on the reefs and shore lines of Hancock County have been producing some good catches of red fish, speckled trout, flounder sheepshead and drum.

Most of what has been going in the LA Marsh has been dictated by the wind and waves. On the calmer days, the jumping jumbo shrimp have made it pretty darn easy to find the bigger trout. When the boats land on a good school of trout, the biggest numbers of trout can be caught in 30 minutes to an hour. One key piece in the tackle arsenal has been the Boat Monkey corks. The extra weight in the cork, really gets you the distance you need on casts into the wind. The louder rattles in the corks seem to bring in fish better fish when the water is murky too. Braided line on the Okuma spinning reels has been a must this time of year. Being able to pack on the 20 pound braid helps when the huge bull reds try to spool us.

The Cat Island House has been keeping the Shore Thing fleet very busy. Saturday I was out there helping Dr Don Gaddy with his office party. They had brought boats and I had some folks fishing with me. Everyone returned with sharks, some trout, but Dr Dons boat took top honors on the bull reds. He said they found some schooling bulls in open water that were just too much to pass up. They spent the entire morning fighting them on light tackle and chasing them to prevent getting spooled. Finally got to see a cobia this year smoke one of our baits getting our baits on the retrieve. We got a few minutes of fight of him before he spit the hook.

Wed-Fri Capt Alex and I were out there with the group from Hancock Bank(Alabama). This is there second time to be out there, but they had not met Chef Frank "The Real Deal" McNeil. Our man Frank kept them fat and happy with the Gumbo, steaks, fried trout and other Cajun/Southern delicacies. Fishing was pretty good too, even despite the storms. Since we had 3 stories and 4,000 square feet of house to hide in, we just fished when the weather was at its best. Capt Ray was working a day trip out of Bayou Caddy and was nice enough to call us in on a bite the first morning of our trip. Capt Alex, myself and Capt Ray were in a wide open bite, till Capt Alex locked into a bull red. They were forced to chase the fish and we stayed on the trout. Ray and his crew got what they needed and headed to the barn. We called it and went back for a lunch time shrimp boil and nap. That last afternoon we stayed at the house a lil later than we liked due a lingering storm. Got to fish the last 3 hours of day light and decided to look for some triple tail. Got very lucky and stumbled on a tree in open water. Before we texted our friends at DMR to let them know about it, we removed all of the pesky triple tail off it. Just doing our part, we went 3 for 5 on the triple tail..

As we were coming in Friday Morning, Capt Matt was heading out with the groceries for the Jones crew. Chef Frank and Capt Alex were staying out for another tour. No rest for the weary...

Most of the better bites Capt Kenny, Darren, Brett and Tom have been working on have seemed to revolve around the tide and wind. If the winds are some what on the lighter side(10 knots or less), keeing the water clean and calm, and the last few hours before and after the tide switches. On the days when the all these factors line up, it goes from good to off the charts great.

****SHORE THING FISHING CHARTERS****  
The Largest inshore fishing company on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Specializing in speckled trout, redfish, flounder, tripletail, black drum and more! We fish the Louisiana Marsh, the Mississippi Barrier Islands and many other areas. Our full-time fishing guides are extremely knowledgeable, courteous, and professional. We have many boats available - small and large groups are welcome. Anglers under the age of 13 fish for free! All of our boats and guides are licensed to fish in Mississippi and Louisiana. We supply rods, reels, tackle, snacks, drinks, ice, fuel, bait, and fun. No charge for fish cleaning and bagging. Be sure and ask about our all inclusive overnight fishing packages to the Cat Island House. www.shorethingcharters.com or 228-342-2206.



Be sure and check our videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7zPtztzBT0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdJjkK7ldsk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hr0twtm3Bng

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Saturday, June 28, 2014 @ 7:57:58 PM

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Dale

St. Martin, MS USA

Speckhunter,

To look at the small fry division records or
search any of the records in detail you have to
pay.

Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 11:32:19 PM

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Seadawgg

Latimer, MS USA

†Speckhunter: ††Holy crap !! 42 lbs. Can you imagine tying into that with a Ambassadeur 5000 and 10 lb. test line. Ya would be chasing it like them boys on "Wicked Tuna"...LOL!!.................later !!

Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 7:25:29 PM

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speckhunter

Hurley, MS USA

I just looked at the IGFA world record for triple tail and it did not ask for any money until I tried to read the details. So you can look at the weight, date, and location. The overall world record for triple tail is 42 lbs. caught in 1989 in South Africa. I saw where they said the small fry division is ages 0-10, but I didn't find the weights. Gonna look at it some more tomorrow. Pretty interesting stuff.

Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 5:31:23 PM

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Dave

Waveland, MS USA

What size and how many black drum can you keep in Mississippi?

Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 2:19:47 PM

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Dale

St. Martin, MS USA

I went to the IGFA website to look at the world records and it wants me to pay to join before I can search world records.

So yeah, I see exactly what that is all about.

Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 11:23:23 AM

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CCA Mississippi

Gulfport, MS USA

Mississippi Trout Invitational Tournament (MS/TIT)

The Mississippi Trout Invitational Tournament (MS/TIT) will take place on Saturday. This is one of the longest running trout tournaments on the coast and is always a fun event. Register tonight at Captainís meeting at Bay Waveland Yacht Club or if you canít fish come by for the Captainís meeting and the weigh in on Saturday for some great food, a cold beer and some good fish stories.

For additional information on registration or rules, see the CCA Mississippi website or contact: Kent Conn: (228) 323-4425

SATURDAY SOUTH WINDS NEAR 10 KNOTS. WAVES 2 FEET. CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.

SATURDAY NIGHT SOUTH WINDS 5 TO 10 KNOTS. WAVES 1 TO 2 FEET. SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.

Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 9:35:33 AM

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big speck

flowood, MS USA

captain. Go to the IGFA website and you
can see what qualifies as small fry
division.

Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 9:28:39 AM

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Captain Steve

Biloxi, MS USA

So What is " small fry " world record?

Thursday, June 26, 2014 @ 12:19:57 PM

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Thomas Brunell

Slidell, LA USA

Thanks Troutman it's very much appreciated.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 @ 11:56:24 AM

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corey

flowood, MS USA

congrats to sydney on the possible world
record catch. I can say that she was
fishing with what i consider the best
charter business on the gulf coast. These
captains for shore thing are the real
deal. I have fished numerous times with
these guys and always very knowledgeable
and courteous. Way to go Shore Thing.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 @ 10:52:51 AM

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Capt Sonny Schindler with Shore Thing Charters

Bay St Louis, MS USA

Safe to say the Shore Thing Guides have been spending more time on the water than on land. Having a hard time keeping up with the days, trips and stories, but that is why we take a lot of pictures. We can upload more and much faster on the Shore Thing site, just not enough hours in the day, as sleep has become a precious commodity.
Salinity, fishing, weather and variety just seems to be getting better with every trip. Some of the larger multi boat corporate trips have been returning to the dock with trout catches in the hundreds!!! Sure we have had slower days but the arrival of the shrimp, pogies, rain minnows and mullet has kept the action red hot.
The Boone and Crockett lady fish swarms have been a chore on the arms, tackle and boat cleaning. Many of the better trout bites have been in the areas the trashy ladies have been slumming. Gotta pay to play I guess?...
Been have hit and miss days with the big bull reds. Some days you can't get away from them and some days, none of the 9 nine boats get a strike from one. One good theory we are going with, is that they are following the shrimp and pogie boats.
Captains Matt, Alex and myself did get to spend the first part of the week at the Cat Island House with Hoyt crew. Nine merry men from Lafayette, LA joined us for one of the best weather trips we have ever had out there. Fishing was slow but steady and what we lacked in numbers we made up for in size. We caught big trout in the LA Marsh, around the island and few other "secret spots". This was there second trip to the island house, and most certainly not the last.
One late arrival of the season that has been very well received has been the triple tail. All week, the guides have been seeing them and catching a few good ones. Two note worthy catches this past week came on Fathers Day Sunday and Thursday. Sunday, Shore Thing Platinum Plus member Milton Weems landed his first. Joined by his better half Harriet, this was first after numerous trips with Shore Thing. One heck of a Fathers Day gift for our friend Mr Milton.
Now Thursday, just may be the first WORLD RECORD ever caught on a Shore Thing Trip. Triple Platinum Elite members, the Guice Tribe(Nathan, Tyler and Sydney) were in for a treat. We missed our window on Tyler for the IGFA small fry(10 an under)boys division. He is too old and the record is now 25lbs! Young Mrs Sydney on the other hand is 9 and one of the luckiest ladies I've ever had on the boat. While hunting trout, we were crossing open water in Chandelier sound when Nathan yelled, "watch out"! I had all of 2 seconds to try and turn the boat before we ran over a huge free swimming triple tail. I have no clue how we did not chop that monster up in the propeller? As luck would have it, we quickly spun the boat around and just sat still for a few minutes. Just as we put the boat in gear, the fish was on the surface swimming away from us. A big shrimp placed in its path was all it took for Syd to be on the receiving end of a pending IGFA small fry girls WORLD RECORD. The existing record is just over 15lbs. We weighed Sydney's at the commercial dock in Bayou Caddy, and it came in at 17.24LBS!!!
Dad Nathan is handling all the particulars to certify the catch.
The one thing that helped her(besides luck) was the new Okuma 55 RTX prototype we got to try out. We normally use our 30 class gear to catch triple tail, the 55 just has more horse power, but is small enough for even Syds hands to crank on.
Just a fantastic week on the water, and it looks like its just gonna get better.


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Monday, June 23, 2014 @ 4:37:56 PM

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Troutman

Biloxi, MS USA

Thomas,

I'm far from any expert on bull reds, kings and cobia but seems like the vast majority of the people that target them are (at a minimum) near the barrier islands and south.  Some cobia are caught every year just north of Horn & Ship around structure (channel markers, fish havens, etc...) but it seems like most people are on the south side of Horn working the sand bars, a few miles south of the islands fishing shrimp boats, channel markers or anchored ships southeast of Horn....  or fishing Chandeleur Island bar.  Bull reds school up south of Ship Island feeding on red minnows during the summer.  A lot of times you will see the charter boats trolling around them.  Kings, not really sure.  Seems like I've heard of people catching them southeast of Horn at the first rigs you come to? (about 10-15 miles southeast of Horn)

Monday, June 23, 2014 @ 12:34:34 PM

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Dale

St. Martin, MS USA

Very well said Troutman.

Monday, June 23, 2014 @ 9:31:10 AM

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Thomas Brunell

Slidell, LA USA

Just recently moved my boat over to the Gulfport harbor, never fished the gulf coast area before.I'm not looking for anyones honey hole but looking for general areas to fish cobia, kings, bull reds ect,have a big boat so i can get pretty far out. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Sunday, June 22, 2014 @ 12:19:31 PM

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Troutman

Biloxi, MS USA

Can someone just delete all of this nonsense?  If someone wants to have a tournament, GREAT!  And they can run it however they want!  Someone doesn't like it... easy, don't participate!  It's that simple.

I don't understand why people cannot be civil on these forums...  This used to be a great site for fishing reports that I enjoyed being part of.  I wish Mike Lane had some sort of process where we had to register and be granted access... maybe that would help?  Unsure.

To make it fishing related...  Getting ready to boil up some fresh shrimp!  Can't wait.  Yall have a great weekend.

Friday, June 20, 2014 @ 5:02:56 PM

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Math Major

USM, MS USA

Dale,

If the tournament leaders answered just the legit questions, it wouldn't have anything to do with "bragging".  It would be adding some value and even credibility to the tournament.  Especially the legit question prior to the tournament beginning.

It was promoted to have booths selling t-shirts, bumper stickers, and other stuff.  Have some sort of girls representing to take pictures with the crowds.  Preliminary estimates of 50 boats (how many people would that equate to at a Captain's Meeting? 200-400?).  All of this would have taken a decent amount of coordination.  And yet the City allegetly stepped in on Friday afternoon and forced the move?  Where did everything else go?  I guess the FFA Girls didn't have a ride to Kuhn St and the booths blew out the back of a truck!

By ignoring all legit questions (forget me poking fun), it makes this "tournament" look like a sham.  Listing 6 charities that benfited from mountains of filets isn't bragging, it is promoting for next year and hopefully inspiring others to join in.

It's called advertising and public relations (promotion and credibilty).  Rather than an "FFA" name with no real identity.

 

Friday, June 20, 2014 @ 4:50:13 PM

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Dale

St. Martin, MS USA

Mr. Leval, they posted about the tournament
here a few time several weeks in advance.  Hate
that you missed it.  Also the registration at Kuhn
st launch was Friday evening, not Saturday
morning.   They doing it again next year 2nd
weekend in June so mark your calendar.

Thursday, June 19, 2014 @ 9:30:51 PM

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Leval Truvant

Biloxi, MS USA

I do wish I had known about the white
trout tournament. I had all the
grandkids with me Saturday and we
slaughtered the white trout at Katrina
reef.
But the thing is, we put in at Kuhn
street and I didn't see any signs of a
tournament. We were there from 7:30
till about 8 : 15 because it takes
forever to get the grandkids settled
in. I saw three other boats put in and
some dude working on his sailboat.
Maybe next year a little better
advertising and organization? Heck. I
volunteer. Need more stuff like that.

Thursday, June 19, 2014 @ 2:59:35 PM

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Dale

St. Martin, MS USA

I fished the tourney, didn't place, but both my little girls got a rod and reel, a little plano box full of tackle, and a $50 savings bond.

Far as I know, all 10 or 15 juniors in the tournament received the same.

Do the math on that one for us, math major.  

I also spent the better part of Monday morning helping Brian and Mark deliver bags and bags of fish filets to six different places.

Just because they are humble enough not to get on the internet bragging about their charitable donations isn't cause for you to doubt.  Some people give without the need for recognition.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 @ 1:01:04 PM

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Paul

Biloxi, MS USA

Math Major, Mr. Harold was talking about the 6 people who posted but most of their posts have since been deleted because of their nonsense.

If you didn't even fish in it, then what does it matter to you which charity or where all the money went?

FWIW I didn't fish it, I just been following the posts of a few anonymous posters who are constantly hating on it and they have to be deleted.

It sounds like you just trying to hate on a tournament that was successful and a lot of people enjoyed.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 @ 12:45:52 PM

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Math Major

USM, MS USA

Harold, I don't follow your math of 6, 5,...  but glad you got to fish it though.  What was the charity group that benefited?  Also, where did the remainder of the entry fees go that wasn't part of the prize pool?

I've never seen a tournament advertised with zero contact information provided.  No email, no names, no phone number, nothing.  The only people that were referenced were the "FFA Girls taking pictures"  LOL

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 @ 11:07:37 AM

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Seadog

Laurel, MS USA

Had a  great day Saturday in spite of dirty water at
Horn. Picked up a nice box of specks and a bull
red at west end. Live bait was the key with an
occasional trout on H&H Blue Moon. Boxed 18
keepers, put back as many an inch short, and lost
another half dozen boatside.My buddy landed the
red. Made his day.

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 7:15:40 PM

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Ben

Gulfport, MS USA

Got to small craft harbor at 6:45pm.  Didn't see anyone around so I went home.  Guess I should have gotten out and asked someone.  Hate that I missed it.

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 2:51:53 PM

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Harold Cuevas

Pass Christian, MS USA

I don't understand how 6 people so far posted that they didn't see anyone at the Small Craft Harbor for the tournament.  You would think that you would have at least seen the other 5 people claiming the same thing ?!?!?!?!!?!??!?

Anyway I was at the launch at 6:50pm and was told by the guy waiting at the ramp (His name was Brian?) that the capt meeting was moved to Kuhn St Launch because of something to do with the City and the Harbor.  Moved over to Kuhn about 7pm and met the tournament director Mark (Cowley? Cobley?), gave him the money and got a little rules sheet printout and notice of the format change then left to get the boat ready.  Saw 2 other gentleman registering while we were there.  Wasn't really a meeting, per se, more of a registration.

Fished pretty hard Saturday and Sunday and ended up with 179, enough for 5th or 6th place, which didn't matter it all paid the same.  Won $460, but lost $40 overall.  Had a blast cleaning the fish with the other captains though.  Most fish I've ever seen in one place.

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 2:42:22 PM

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CCA Mississippi

Gulfport, MS USA

To Speckslayer - The departure point for the MS/TIT Tournament is the Bay Waveland Yacht Club.  You do not have to launch there, but everyone must check in by boat for departure.

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 12:51:10 PM

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Speckslayer

Goula, MS USA

CCA MS-

The MS/TIT rules say all participants must depart by water from the designated location.  However, the rules do not state where this designated location is.  Any insight?

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 11:02:47 AM

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Paul C

Biloxi, MS USA

I was at the harbor at 630ish and a guy by the bait shop told me someone from the city was there earlier and run off the tourney organizers said they couldn't do it at the harbor something about insurance.  They moved the meeting down to Kuhn st launch.  Guy said he was staying at the harbor to let anyone know who came.  I went on down to Kuhn street for the meeting but didn't end up registering as I couldn't find anyone to split the tourney fee with me.

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 10:56:20 AM

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CCA Mississippi

Gulfport, MS USA

Mississippi Trout Invitational Tournament (MS/TIT)

The Mississippi Trout Invitational Tournament (MS/TIT), one of the longest running trout tournaments on the coast, will take place June 28th. This is always a fun event with serious competition, great payouts and fun captains meeting and weigh in. Early Registration will be accepted through June 20th. Details are provided on the MS TIT Flyer .

For additional information contact: Kent Conn: (228) 323-4425 / Kent.Conn@orion-eng.com
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MS TIT Flyer and Rules .
MS TIT Registration Form .

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 10:55:00 AM

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CCA Mississippi

Gulfport, MS USA

Mississippi Trout Invitational Tournament (MS/TIT)

The Mississippi Trout Invitational Tournament (MS/TIT), one of the longest running trout tournaments on the coast, will take place June 28th. This is always a fun event with serious competition, great payouts and fun captains meeting and weigh in. Early Registration will be accepted through June 20th. Details are provided on the MS TIT Flyer .
When: Saturday, June 28, 2014 Captains Meeting: 6:30 p.m., Friday, June 27th (Mandatory) Registration: Register at Captain's Meeting or by mail Where: Bay Waveland Yacht Club Entry Fee: $150 per boat (max of 4 anglers) ($200 after July 14th) $100 Optional Calcutta for both largest fish and 3 fish stringer Divisions: Speckled Trout - Largest Fish Speckled Trout - Largest 3 Fish Stringer (Slot 18"-22") Prizes: Cash Prizes - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Optional Calcutta ($100 per category)- Winner Takes All Boundary: None - Must depart from and return to tournament by water
For additional information contact: Kent Conn: (228) 323-4425 / Kent.Conn@orion-eng.com
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MS TIT Flyer and Rules .
MS TIT Registration Form .

Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 10:54:47 AM

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