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Fishing in Alabama means one thing to many people – incredible offshore angling opportunities! Hop aboard one of the many Biloxi fishing charters on offer, however, and you’ll get to experience even more variety. This city provides access not only to the majestic Gulf of Mexico’s offshore waters, but plenty of fish-filled marshes, wrecks, and reefs. If you’re looking for a diverse fishery, this is the place to find it.
 
If you’re all about inshore fishing, Biloxi’s shoreline and many bays are home to some world-famous, delicious species. Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder are “the Big Three” in Alabama, and you’ll find them all here! A half day adventure allows for plenty of time to cast your line (with light tackle, of course) in these waters, but anglers looking to increase the number of fish they hook can always opt for a full day. 
 
Want to hook some even bigger table fare? Biloxi’s reefs and wrecks are just bustling with Grouper and Snapper species, including the much-loved Red Snapper. To reach these species, an extended full day trip is a must. Want to fish the reefs but spend less time traveling? Mackerel species, Bonito, and Jack Crevalle can be hooked on shorter trips. 
 
Then there’s Biloxi’s mighty offshore action. This part of the Gulf is packed full of oil rigs, which attract some all-star species – Yellowfin Tuna and a whole host of Marlin species, to name a few. To target these hard-fighters, you’ll need to travel at least 12 hours offshore, so opt for an extended full day trip or even a multi-day adventure to get the most out of your visit. 
 
You’ll find a variety of charters dotted along Biloxi’s shoreline, offering everything from half day family-friendly trips to multi-day extravaganzas. 
 

Rules & Regulations

Casting off on board a local Biloxi fishing charter? Your fishing license will be covered for you, and your captain will fill you in on local bag and size limits.
 
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January

Head to the Biloxi Marsh, and you won’t regret it! Bull Reds are the main prize, but you can also bet on Speckled Seatrout, and Flounder. Mirror the fish’s metabolism, and move your lures slowly.

February

Sheepshead are said to be the safest choice this month, but Specks are also great to catch. Reds and Flounder still put up a fight. Out in the open, there's a real mixed bag – Tuna, Gag Grouper, and big Wahoo.

March

If the weather’s rough, stay close to the artificial reefs, and catch Black Drum and Sheepshead. On a sunny day, oil rigs some 30 miles offshore are a good spot for King Mackerel and Cobia.

April

Go out on a full day charter, and try to land King Mackerel. Cobia put up a great fight and lurk in deeper waters. Meanwhile, closer to the shore, start sight-fishing for Tripletail and Speckled Seatrout. 

May

Rod-bending action with bull Reds takes place in May! You can also land Specks and Pompano. Further out, you can get Cobia, Shark, Jacks, and Spanish Mackerels.

June

Big names are biting in June! The annual Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic is the place to be! Pompano peak in summer, and Amberjack follow close. It’s time for Red Snapper, too!

July

Yellowfin Tuna swim in deeper waters, making a multi-day trip a must! Mid-summer can also yield a solid Wahoo catch, or even better, Blue Marlin! Strong Cobia bite still. Inshore, you can catch Tarpon.

August

There’s only one way to go when inshore: Biloxi Marsh, with Redfish galore! Another worthy adversary swims further off coast: Blue Marlin can be caught on longer charter trips. Red Snapper is catch and release only.

September

The waters are still warm, and Sheepshead start biting. Black Drum and Flounder can be found in these waters, and bull Redfish can be caught using your best light tackle skills.

October

Speckled Seatrout and Reds just don’t give up! Stay inshore and fill your bags with these tasty fish. Find a charter with wade fishing option, and get those boots working.

November

When the temperature drops, Black Drum gang up and Sheepshead also rise in numbers. Find inshore structure and get ready for excellent action on light tackle. Don’t be surprised if you encounter bull Reds!

December

A Tuna fishing trip is a great early Christmas present! Blackfin Tuna or Mangrove Snapper are found around the reefs, as are tasty Gag and Scamp Grouper.

Biloxi Fishing Calendar

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October fishing trip
Billy W. fished with Shearwater Charters on October 18, 2021
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Due to the high winds, we wasn't able to go Snapper fishing but Captain Brandon and Brandon made sure we caught fish. Highly recommend Shearwater. This was our 5th trip and we are planning a 6th trip with Captain Brandon and the Shearwater...
Half day trip with Captain Mike
Tim M. fished with Biloxi Sport Fishing on July 23, 2021
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We were fishing just to catch fish. We caught a lot of catfish, a few croaker and one nice redfish. Our fishing experience was excellent! Next time we’ll fish for gamefish only. ?
Half day off shore with Capt. John
Dave B. fished with Tuna Chasa Charters on June 16, 2021
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Great area to fish for a wide variety of fish in shore or off shore. Check what fish are in season when you plan on visiting then pick your charter based on that.
Bragging rights
William O. fished with Tuna Chasa Charters on June 11, 2021
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Offshore in a boat this small is not for a newbie. We had two newbie friends with us and they are proud of the bragging rights they earned. Definitely a trip for fishermen who will brave rough conditions to get the best memories and fish. If ins one. You will have many tales to tell. PS- one of our newbies caught the biggest Red Snapper
Half day trip with Capt. Bryan.
Ramon H. fished with Sting Raye Fishing Charters, LLC on May 24, 2021
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Have reasonable expectations wherever you fish. It's called fishing, not catching. We caught plenty!
Half day with capt Bryan
Cliff D. fished with Sting Raye Fishing Charters, LLC on April 7, 2021
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Make sure you’re ready for any kind of weather.
Fellas trip
James B. fished with Silver Dollar III Charters on March 13, 2021
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Find out what type of fish is in season.
It was the 5 hr shark trip
9364022182 9. fished with “Go Topless” Fishing Charters on July 1, 2020
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There are definitely a lot of fish in Biloxi. You definitely want be disappointed in fish here.

FAQs about Fishing Charters in Biloxi

To give you an idea of how much a fishing trip in Biloxi costs, the average price for a 4 hour private trip is $511, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $990. These prices are based on trips booked on our site recently.

Prices will vary depending on trip length, fishing technique, as well as the type and size of the boat you booked. However, to give you an indication, the average boat size in Biloxi is 30 ft and the most common vessel type is a Center console.

According to customer reviews, Double Hooker Charters, Blackdot Charters, and Shearwater Charters are some of the most popular fishing charters in Biloxi, Mississippi. Full list of top fishing charters in Biloxi.

Double Hooker Charters, Blackdot Charters, and Shearwater Charters all received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in Biloxi.

The best way to experience fishing in Biloxi is to book a private charter with a licensed fishing guide. See the full list of charters available for online booking here: List of fishing charters in Biloxi, Mississippi.

The most popular fish species you can target are Redfish, Cobia, and Jack Crevalle. Top fishing techniques include light tackle, bottom fishing, and heavy tackle. Wreck fishing, reef fishing, and nearshore fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

Speckled Seatrout and Reds just don’t give up! Stay inshore and fill your bags with these tasty fish. Find a charter with wade fishing option, and get those boots working. Check availability for local fishing charters in Biloxi.

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