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March 21, 2010

Red fish and Amberjack Top the Report out of Biloxi,Ms

Windy but the fishing was good at the end of the day!

Had a group of young guys in from Ole Miss on Spring Break. The head honcho of this pack, likes his string pulled regularly and frequents the Whipasnapa Charter Boat for the cure.
Well, I tell ya good thing they left theirself an extra day, which is a really good idea atleast in the spring,even if just going inshore, cause Saturday was just howling(windy). Sunday, we did get to the Island for a lil' before the wind picked up really bad again.
Don't know how many red fish we caught but it was alot. Got offshore Monday. Fairly strong north wind, about 3 to 4 ft. seas suppose and that new boat trucked us right on out there all dry and comfy.
There was a really strong current, I mean really strong, so couldn't really do nothing on the good eating little snapper, did get a couple candy's and trigger, and had a couple of nice grouper.
We had a little trouble getting hardtails but once we did, amberjack madness was happening. Everyone finally landed one (largest one was 46 rest all high 30's) throwed back one a piece also. Funny, them damn things will hurt ya!!!
Found some really nice red snapper, couple almost SOW'S! 20lb on that new Butterfly Jig, they all shallow hardly any in the deep water.
Great time!

Capt Robert McDaniel
Whipasnapa Charters