Shore Thing Fishing Charters
Shore Thing Fishing Charters offers the finest fishing the Mississippi Gulf Coast has to offer. Target speckled trout, redfish, shark, cobia and more in the beautiful waters of the Mississippi Sound, Chandeleur Sound, Biloxi Marsh, and Lake Borgne. Shore Thing Fishing Charters has the boats and experience to put you on the fish and we use only the finest fishing equipment and tackle on the market today.
We pride ourselves on providing the best fishing guide service on the coast. Not only do we strive for an unbelievable fishing experience, we also take care of everything else. Every step is taken prior to your arrival to make certain that your trip is as enjoyable and productive as it should be. If you are looking for a hard core fishing adventure with your buddies or a fun filled fishing experience for your family Shore Thing Charters has the right trip for you.
No other guide service on the Mississippi Gulf Coast offers as much as Shore Thing Fishing Charters. We have three boats to accommodate larger groups, kayaks for fishing or just exploring and relaxing around the barrier islands, and first class waterfront accommodations tailored for our guests.
For more information or to book a date call 228-342-2206 or e-mail email@example.com
Capt. Sonny Schindler firstname.lastname@example.org (228)342-2295
Sonny was born and raised fishing on the MS. Gulf Coast. He graduated from St. Stanislaus College Prep school in Bay St. Louis and The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. Capt. Sonny worked on tugs and private boats before moving to Venice, LA in 2002 where he fished blue water full time for Tuna, Marlin, Dolphin, Wahoo, Snapper, Grouper, Cobia, and more.
Capt. Matt Tusa email@example.com (228)493-9743
Matt was born and raised here on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Living just a short walk from the beach, his passion for the salt life and his love of the water began. Fishing from the piers, seawalls, and wading the sandy beaches is how it all started. The real knowledge later came while working on a multi-day excursion boat. Matt had an opportunity not many will ever have which was the opportunity to fish The Biloxi Marsh, Barrier Islands, and the Chandeleur Islands almost everyday! Matt's passion for the salt life began to take complete control. Since then, Matt has spent countless days learning as much about fishing and the estuaries of the Biloxi Marsh, Chandeluer Islands, and Mississippi Sound so every trip may be better than the last. With almost a decade as a charter guide, you can be assured that Captain Matt will provide you with a safe and unforgettable saltwater experience.
Capt. Kyle Jarreau firstname.lastname@example.org (228)324-5990
Kyle has lived in Biloxi all of his life. His 36 years of fishing experience, from offshore in the Gulf Of Mexico to the back waters of the bays, Biloxi marsh and the Chandeleur Islands make him a valuable part of Shore Thing Charters. Captain Kyle has had his own Charter Services, JusAddWater and Becuna Charters in operation since 1997 and 2000 respectively, and is now happy and appreciative to be a part of the Shore Thing Fishing Team.
Captain Kyle is also an accomplished chef and would be happy to provide table fare for our guest staying at the Shore Side Lodge.
Capt. Kenny Shiyou email@example.com (228)493-5735
Kenny Shiyou is a life-long resident of the MS Gulf Coast. He was raised as a commercial fisherman and has shrimped and oystered for over 25 years before acquiring his US Coast Guard 100 Ton Master License. Along with commercial fishing he has always enjoyed recreational fishing. It is from this commercial shrimp, oyster, and recreational fishing his knowledge of the saltwater has surpassed even his own expectations. With his knowledge of the estuaries of the MS Gulf Coast and LA Marshes, he has become a valued and intergral part of Shore Thing Charters, and in our eyes one of the premiere guides in our region. Kenny is also a part of the Louisiana Cooperative Marine Sport Fish Tagging Program. This is to improve our understanding of marine sport fish movements, patterns of habitat use, and estimate population size. Information obtained can be used to evaluate the effects on sport fish from coastal restoration efforts, regulation changes, freezes and hurricanes.