Capt. Robert L. Brodie of TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS Provides A Full-Time Year-Round Light Tackle Fishing Charter Boat Service Out Of D’Iberville MS and Biloxi, MS – IF COMING TO BILOXI MISSISSIPPI BE SURE TO BOOK A FISHING TRIP ABOARD “TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS”…AND WELL…CATCH FISH!

Island with a palm tree PRICING – Half-a-day light tackle fishing trips aboard TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS are $375 for up to 4 anglers, and an all-day trip goes for $475. Ice, bait, tackle, rods and reels, fuel, fishing license, fish cleaning and packaging is all included in the price, as well as a big dose of southern hospitality. All you need to bring is your own food and drink, and a fish catching we will go.

CONTACT INFO – Hey…if all of this fish catching looks like fun to you, your family, or friends, well…simply call Capt. Robert L. Brodie at (228) 697-7707 or shoot the captain an e-mail at email hidden; JavaScript is required. Sun

Island with a palm tree THE BOAT – TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS is a 224 BlackJack, state of the art bay boat powered 389 - Copy

by a 250 horse power 4-stroke Yamaha, a serious fishing machine, and has all of the bells and whistles including, fish finder/GPS, marine radio, Sirrus satellite radio, power pole, T-top, duel live wells, trim tabs, 36 volt trolling motor, and more…Sun


john kirkland big trout catch photo

ABOVE: NOW IS THE TIME TO FISH…LET’S GO! – At the D’Iberville Marina just north of Biloxi, MS under the I110 Bridge, angler John Kirkland from Orlando, Florida posing with his big trout catch made on an afternoon outing aboard charter boat TEAM BRODIE CHARTERS (TBC). This was John’s second trip aboard (TBC) in 3 days, and on this outing John was successful once again. PS – Trout are moving in close…finally…so now it’s a quick run to light tackle fish catching fun. Photo by Capt. Robert L. Brodie Sun

john kirkland speck photo 

ABOVE: While casting out and catching a tasty white trout on practically every cast, angler John Kirkland from Orlando, Florida added this fine speckled trout to his big catch of nearly 100 fish. Photo by Capt. Robert L. Brodie Smile

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