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Shell Beach serenade — Biloxi Marsh gives up fall redfish action

Sheltered Biloxi Marsh ponds are ideal places for anglers to slowly troll or pole through. They contain the clear, calm water where a redfish wake is easily detectable from a distance.

Pelayo’s scouting report was as bleak as the LDWF’s aerial report. And both destroyed the giddy forecasts from DU and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife folks.

Unforsaken Fourchon — How to fish for Fourchon Beach trout

Capt. T-Man Cheramie targets speckled trout and redfish along the rocks near Fourchon Beach.

So it’s been a slow season for trout. The usual summer slam we expect every year never quite materialized, and anglers and guides alike have scratched their heads, wondering if this season is an ominous portend of things to come.

Video: Ride the Bull V as seen from above

You've seen the photos of Caminada Pass packed with more than 700 kayaks during last weekend's Ride the Bull V, but you can now get a different perspective in a video shot using a drone. And it's amazing.

Female paddle boarder wins Ride the Bull V

Ride the Bull V winner Kalley LeRoy hands over her winning 26.14-pound bull red to a chase boat crew member Saturday morning. LeRoy, of Denham Springs, caught the redfish standing up on a paddle board in Caminada Pass.

Kalley LeRoy added a little extra ‘extreme’ to the Ride the Bull V Extreme Kayak Tournament Saturday out of Bridge Side Marina on Grand Isle.

Action and appetizers to catch more amberjack

The AJ’s “eye shadow” is an unmistakable feature.

An interested amberjack needs no coaxing. If they see it, they’ll eat it.

Amberjack’s family tree

Smaller, but no less scrappy, the almaco jack is often found in the same neighborhoods as amberjack.

Dark-brown backs, white bellies, a faint golden stripe running nose to tail and a distinctive dark line that reaches from the eye to the anterior (front) dorsal fin are some of the defining marks of a greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili).

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