There is nothing better than being able to get out of a huge jam when your car is broken down and you need a ride. You’re thinking, “Thank goodness,” when the trusty local tow truck driver comes down the road. Sam, my friend and long-time Auto Mechanic, is a great service-oriented person. He’s definitely old school, and like his dad, loves to work on old cars. He’s fixed my minivan several times when even the dealership couldn’t get it right. Plus, he’s about half the price. He’s located within the community of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi on the Gulf Coast, about a mile from Hwy 90. He’s so close to my house, I can literally walk home while he works on my car if need be. His nicely-located garage is right in the middle of a neighborhood and close to a main road. His large two-door garage is adjacent to his home and makes for a very fun place, representing the old school art form of the car mechanic. You can find their location right on the Bay St Louis/ Waveland line where old meets new and, whether you need a tow, an oil change, or even transmission work, Sam is your guy! If you’re in the Mississippi Coastal area and need some auto assistance, be sure to call Sam at (228) 467-5324.
Sam will keep you on the road of life!
Sam’s Auto & Wrecker Service is located at 1110 Old Spanish Trail, Bay St. Louis, MS 39520, about a half mile from Nicholson Avenue off Hwy 90 in Waveland.
The Blind Tiger is buying the lot next to them at 119 North Beach on the Main Street side of Beach Boulevard in Bay St. Louis. This means more business and more jobs for the local community. The people of Bay St. Louis are excited about this new and exciting expansion of the ever growing and popular Blind Tiger of Bay St. Louis. In the new three-story building, The Blind Tiger will have a hand-crafted brewing station and an oyster bar facing the water. WLOX recently did a story about the new devopment with an interview of the owner, Thomas Genin, and Bay St. Louis’s Mayor. It is a great story about the redeveolpment of Bay St. Louis and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The Blind Tiger opened it’s doors in early 2013 to resounding applause from residents and tourists. “We have been very excited to be apart of the community of Bay St. Louis, ” said one employee of The Blind Tiger. Any night you’ll walk into The Blind Tiger and see friendly faces, good eats and tons of drinks. That’s not all. On weekends, they have artists play in the open courtyard overlooking the beach. After the marina is complete, the possibilities will be endless for The Blind Tiger to grow and look to the future. Not to mention, the view is already amazing. Enjoy a Joe Cat Burger, Fish Tacos or a new creation from Chef/ Owner/ Operator Thomas Genin and the crew at The Blind Tiger.
Iconic Bay St. Louis street light as moon rises over the Gulf of Mexico.
Bay St. Louis street lights are now up all along Main Street in the Bay. They are installed around much of the town. These street lights are often decorated with lanterns and other items to really bring out a festive environment in the city.
Bay St. Louis is located on the Bay of St. Louis and the Gulf of Mexico. It is a scenic beach town next to Waveland, Mississippi.
Stop by the beach front and overlook the water from a popular hangout like The Blind Tiger or grab a scone at Serious Bread and stroll through the city. The Bay, as locals call it, has great bike paths and a great line of shops on Main Street. There are several oaks on Back Blvd that have been carved into statues. Many tourist stop for short weekend visits and enjoy walking around around sunset.
Located on the corner of Beach Blvd. and Main St. in Bay St. Louis, The Blind Tiger is a long-awaited addition to the Old Town restaurant scene, as it is the first restaurant to open its doors on the beach side of Beach Blvd. since Hurricane Katrina. This cool, open-air establishment is everything a beachfront hangout should be…colorful, inviting, and loaded to the brim with fresh Gulf seafood and juicy burgers.
Wade fishing near old pier pilings near Waveland on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
Wade fishing is one of the more popular types of fishing on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. From Waveland to Ocean Springs, avid fishermen wade into the water to catch flounders, speckled sea trout and red fish. There are several really popular wade fishing along the beaches in Pass Christian, Long Beach, Gulfport and Biloxi as well. Depending on the time of year many wear waders when entering the Gulf to go wade fishing. Water temperature and jelly fish can be two reasons that waders may be a good idea.
Here are a few pointers for going wade fishing along the coast:
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Wear a life jacket or emergency flotation device
Get a small tackle box to attach to float ring or vest
Get a good pair of water shoes
Shuffle your feet when walking out in the water (Will most likely scare stingrays away)
Bring float ring to store bait and your fish
Going wade fishing with a partner is always best
Let someone know where you will be and when you should be expected to return
Going wade fishing can be a lot of fun when done safely and productively. I have waded into the water with only a fishing pole and have waded back out with a stringer of really nice fish in Waveland. My only personal fishing tip is to get live bait or Tsunami artificial lures. The artificial works best under a cork on a slow retrieve.
If you prefer not to get directly in the water, check out our Mississippi Kayak Fishing Guide for the Coast. Kayak fishing is just like wade fishing without needing to get wet. Some days it nice to just have the ease of walking out into the water. Happy fishing along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
We are looking to create a guide of gas stations on the coast of Mississippi that sell gasoline without Ethanol. There are several people that will support the fuel stations because they believe ethanol fuel is an unfair tax and that it will make a reduction in the fuel mileage your vehicle gets. We are not experts on horepower loss or mileage, but would like to create a source. Please comment any stations that you know in the area and we will update the page.
Non Ethanol Gas Stations on the Coast:
Biloxi: TEXACO Waring Oil Co [228-832-2111] 12202 Old Hwy 67