The East Biloxi Marsh is a great destination for catching speckled trout during the summer. It’s full of oyster reefs — both natural and man-made — tidal highways carrying various bait (to include brown shrimp), islands that channel water, natural gas platforms that break the current and more.
As with any fishing location, the East Biloxi Marsh certainly comes with its challenges, the first one being that it is a big place. It is vast, and fish aren’t located everywhere inside it. You’ve got to know what to look for and be willing to cover water to find an excellent bite of speckled trout.
Join me as I set out from Rigolets Marina to fish the L&N Bridge, then a rig in Lake Borgne before finally setting out to tackle the East Biloxi Marsh. Yes, I caught my limit of speckled trout and you’ll see which tackle and techniques worked best to that end.
Tight lines, and thanks for watching!
Devin Denman is an avid inshore fisherman who writes the Louisiana Fishing Blog. To read more of his articles, visit lafishblog.com. To check out more of his videos, visit his YouTube page Louisiana Fishing Blog.
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