Mississippi Gulf Coast Fishing

Looking for a new destination to experience a
fishing trip of a lifetime?  Well, look
no further than the
Gulf Coast
.   The
Mississippi Gulf Coast hosts the most abundant and diverse species of salt
water fish within the Gulf of Mexico.  
Whether you’re a freshwater, saltwater, fly fishing, or deep sea angler,
the Mississippi Gulf Coast has it all for you. Not to mention the abundance of things there are to do along the Gulf Coast (take a look at this) making it a no-brainer fishing location for dedicated anglers out there.

a national average of about 68 degrees, Gulf Coastfishing is every angler’s dream.  The
numerous bays, bayous, and other shallow inshore waters will help ensure all
day non-stop fishing action filled with catching species such as flounder,
grouper, tarpon, barracuda, red snapper, and bonita.  Charter trips are always a great idea.  The guide will be able to show you the
region’s hot spots where you can spend half the day or the entire catching fish
for sport or for dinner!  It’s a great
way to spend time with your family or with a few of you best buddies.  Nothing feels better than that adrenaline
rush of sitting around on the boat to strapping in and reeling in a monster

saltwater or deep sea fishing isn’t your cup of tea, don’t fret.  Choosing to fish inland is a great option as
well due to Mississippi’s rich lakes, rivers, and streams that are home to
largemouth bass, catfish, and trout.  You
may also want to enlist the help of a guide as well for these fresh bodies of
waters.  Many of the guides also are
professional or semi-professional anglers who compete in the Bass Master
tournaments.  If you chose to enlist the
help of these professional anglers, not only will you be shown the best fishing
spots in the area, but you will probably receive some tips and techniques from
a pro!  So if you’re looking for great
fishing in a great part of the world, be sure to check out the Mississippi Gulf

Guest Author:
Gulf Coast Regional Tourism Partnership