Wednesday,May 16 was an awesome morning to catch fish. A glorious sunrise to start the day and the trout eating up big time. Tommy Guerra and Pat Anderson were back for Day 2 and the fishing was even better than the previous day. Capts Gerald and Josh Ellender along with Dead-eye Chris & Lawrence Chatagnier were in the second boat doing a photo shoot for the Bayou Catholic magazine. Both boats limited out with a total of 175 trout by 9:00 am. We were whacking the trout 2 at a time with slime everywhere in both boats. LSU & Chicken On A Chain Bayou Chubs have been really doing the job for us everyday. Plenty of great photo shots for Lawrence and boy did he whack some fish too. Whacking and stacking the trout is what we do best here on the DU in Terrebonne parish!! Give me a call and we'll hook you up too. Good luck fishing.
Capt Bill Lake
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