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August 31, 2009

Fishing the North-Central Gulf of Mexico

From its shallow marshes to blue-water oil platforms, the North-Central Gulf teems with fish and endless possibilities

It's all a matter of perspective. Locals who've spent their lives fishing the north-central Gulf of Mexico may not realize what they have. But anglers who fish these waters and have pursued their sport around the globe will tell you that it doesn't get a lot better than the waters off Louisiana and Mississippi. Here is an overview showing why this is a mecca for enthusiasts who want to fish inshore, nearshore or blue water, or all three zones, plus when and how to take best advantage of the abundant options.

Photo Gallery: Biloxi Gulf Action

What Lurks Below: Deep-Dropping the Gulf
Ocean of Infinite Opportunity: Nearshore and Offshore
Bet on Biloxi Marsh: Inshore Bays and Flats
Fly Time for Tuna: Targeting Big Tuna on the Fly