Welcome to the Mississippi Angler Website.
For anglers, whether a beginner or an expert, a Mississippi fishing trip along the coast is one of the mostexciting things to do. Many people who choose to fish the Gulf of Mexico come from farand wide and don’t necessarilyhave the regular opportunity to enjoy deep sea fishing in Mississippi. Fishing charters in Mississippi can be arranged at any time of the year while vacationing in the state. The sport is so popular you can find Mississippi fishing trip options are virtuallyall along the coast and inland for freshwater fishing as well.
For the best competitive prices for fishing charters in Mississippi head to Biloxi. Types of fish include King and Spanish Mackerel, Shark, Flounder, Catfish, Stingrays, Red Snapper, White Trout, Cobia, Red Fish Grouper and more. Upon deciding to take one of the fishing charters in Mississippi you’ll have to decide on what kind of trip you prefer most. Deep sea fishing in Mississippi is the most popular choice for those who just want to get out on the water and await the action. Tournament fishing, oil rigs, wreck fishing, bottom and tolling and wade fishing and more are all available.
Taking a Mississippi Fishing Vacation?
If you’re on Mississippi fishing vacation you might consider a fishing trip that includes a barrier island tour. Witness the stunning backdrop of the Gulf Islands National Seashore and take a cruise around Ship Island. Roughly 7 to 12 miles separates the different islands where excellent Mississippi fishing can be had. Most fishing charters in Mississippi will provide bait, tackle, ice, rods, reels and a Mississippi day license so anglers don’t have to worry about anything but reeling in the big one! Or for Freshwater Mississippi fishing, try on of these favorite vacation spots.
Arkabutla Lake is an 33,000-acre lake in the north-west corner of the state, 2 miles north-west of Coldwater, MS.
Enid Reservoir is a 28,000-acre lake in the north-central part of the state, at Enid, MS.
Grenada Reservoir is a 64,000-acre lake in the north-central part of the state, at Grenada, MS.
Jamie Whitten Lock & Dam is a series of ten locks creating individual lakes in the north-east corner of the state, 4 miles west of Dennis, MS.
Okatibbee Lake is a 4,100-acre lake in the south-east part of the state, 3 miles north-east of Collinsville, MS.
Ross R Barnett Reservoir is a 33,000-acre lake in the central part of the state, at Ridgeland, MS.
Sardis Lake is a 58,000-acre lake in the north-west corner of the state, 5 miles north-west of Oxford, MS.