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I cant get enough I guess. Well my buddy and I headed back to Biloxi Marsh to make a video before the cold front came in. We had a different plan and that was to go a bit in the Marsh a bit further this time. What's been great is that we haven't hit the same spot any time and its always been UNFRIGGINBELIEVABLE. We fished some cuts near the mouth and it just started off great. Quick story so we were in this little pond/cuts off the Bayou Magill. We caught a 2 pretty quick and then saw 3 reds coming right at us. Taylor said "Watch this"...he drops the spoon about 10 feet from the boat and in 3 seconds the Red picked it up and the rodeo began. Hilarious.
Well we headed down BYU Biloxi when we saw some birds diving and we traversed through some canals...no idea where we were and has no name on GPS,...but when we showed up birds were gone. So we decided to start casting. Tightlined Matrix Lemonhead on a 3/8 oz jighead. Taylor had some white paddletail on a jig head. "Let the games begin"....awesomeness is all I can say that happened afterwards. Trout were nearly coming out of the water hitting the balls of bait,.. there must of been. We kept a lot and threw some back...not because they were undersized but just because they weren't as big as we wanted them to be. We kept everything over 16" Lost a few biggens at the boat but we caught enough. 21 Trout and 7 Redfish smallest being 22" and largest 28". Perfect Slot Size.
Sorry No kick butt Salt Strong shirt today... Got my new boat and was wearing the paraphernalia from the boat deal.
They opened red snapper in Louisiana state waters for the weekend. Glad we had some local knowledge fishing with us. Stopped on our way in and the snapper were following the chum slick to the boat. You could almost pick the fish you wanted