Book Your Biloxi Charter

Captain Robert Brodie has been fishing the waters around Biloxi for more than 50 years and knows where to find fish and how to have a good time with his customers.
Fishing trips can be half a day or all day. Always contact Captain Brodie as prices are subject to change.


$450 for up to 4 anglers.
Add $50 for a 5th angler.

$550 for up to 4 anglers.
Add $50 for a 5th angler.

 WHAT’S INCLUDED: Bait, ice, tackle, rods, reels, Mississippi fishing license, fish cleaning and bagging up is included in the package deal. All you need to bring is your own food and drink in a small ice chest. It’s that easy…you simply walk on and off the boat.

WHERE TO MEET: Our fishing trips generally depart from the D’Iberville Marina located under the north end of the I110 Bridge at 3366 Bayshore Drive, D’Iberville, MS, just 5 minutes north of Biloxi, MS. Most fishing trips depart at 7 am, but the hours can be set up to suit your needs.

Call 228.697.7707 to Book Trip


A couple of places to stay in D’iberville, MS just 5 minutes from the D’Iberville Marina are the Scarlet Pearl Casino & Resort, 9380 Central Avenue, D’Iberville, MS; Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, 10221 Rodriguez Street, D’Iberville, MS 39540; and Super 8, 10226 Rodriguez Street, D’Iberville, MS. ​


PRICING: A diving duck hunt for up to 3 gunners is $475. Add $50 for a 4th hunter.

LICENSE NEEDED: On our diving duck hunts you’ll need to purchase a “Mississippi Small Game License”, “Mississippi State Duck Stamp”, and a “Federal Duck Stamp”.  

GUNS & AMMO: Diving ducks are a strong breed, and quite often you are hunting in windy conditions. Thus, we recommend nothing smaller than a 12 gauge capable of shooting 3-inch shells. Automatics must be plugged so they can’t hold more that 3 shells at one time. As for ammo, gunners must shoot nontoxic shot, and we recommend number 2 shot for downing these birds. 

​​GEAR NEEDED: Hunting in south Mississippi it might be in the 30’s one day, and in the 70’s the next. Thus, it’s always wise to keep a close eye on the weather and dress appropriately. Chest waders are a must, and be sure to have a raincoat packed in your gun bag. Always wise to bring a face mask or face paint, flashlight, fully charged cell phone, and any other gear that might come in handy on a big water hunt.