As we flip the calendar to January and the home stretch of the 2014-2015 waterfowl season, it's time to buckle down and get after them hard before a long offseason. There's nothing more frustrating about the offseason than thinking of what tactics...read more!
Right on cue! Bayou Cane is heating up as the temperature drops. Anglers are picking up easy limits of cold water bass in the wooded section of the bayou and the marsh. As with all of the smaller bayous and creeks on the Northshore, pay attention to rainfall in the area as it will muddy in a hurry. Find drains coming out of the marsh. here is where you'll find your cleaner water. Throw Texas rigged SHU-SHU's in the Watermelon Red color. Chrome colored Rat-L-Traps will also produce pleanty of bass.
Bayou Bonfouca is has been a bright spot all fall and continues to produce limits of bass in January. Crankbaits are the ticket on Bonfouca this month but you may need to fish deep to locate schooling bass. Once you find them, concentrate on that one area as there are usually thick.
February isn’t exactly the month that anglers think of when deciding to target flounder. Kayak fisherman Mark Sagerholm recently made a trip to Geohagens Canal and that’s exactly what he caught. I fished the eastern edge of Geo's...read more!
Gator Powersports to sponsor Clay Zeringue!
Keith Lusher Jr
The surging "Pearl River Powerhouse" Clay Zeringue, has picked up an NBS Sponsor in 2015. Gator Powersports and Marine in Mandeville will throw their support behind Clay in the upcoming 2015 NBS Season. Gator Powersports is a family owned and operated business on the Northshore and have...read more!
Everybody knows the excitement of getting up early, stopping to have breakfast, and then traveling by boat or truck for several hours to places like the Biloxi Marsh...read more!
We use a lot of gear, but the boat is the basis of what we do, the cornerstone that determines where and how we fish. There are innumerable styles and varieties, but for the sake of brevity I will discuss only two very broad...read more!