Fished Delacroix late yesterday with my daughter Sydney and had a great time. Found some nice trout that were willing to take plastic slowly retrieved in the water column as Syd still has some issues mastering the techniques of the cork. Finished up with 42 pretty trout and a couple of bonus reds. As always, plastic and steel is the ticket.
With the spawning season kick off, just wanted to remind everybody that we should try our best to conserve the bass fishery. It\'s not wise to keep stringers of spawning females every time out. I\'m guilty of sight-fishing the beds and all that, but I release all the fish I pull off of beds. Even catching a male off of a bed can do damage. Once the female lays her eggs and moves.... Read More
I wrote a letter to LDWF and would like for some of you to help me spread it so they can realize what they are doing regarding pig control is dead wrong, here it is:
'Dear LDWF, You guys are going about this pig control all wrong. We as taxpayers have a right to go out and shoot these things and put them on our tables.I have been reading up on louisianasportsman.com and have.... Read More
Been a while since I've posted because of a couple on this site but decided to post this one report. Fish are scattered in Delacroix but as long as u stick and move U will put a good box together. 84 trout 1 redfish me and my clients put together. Hit a couple trout powerpole down after 5 min and no bite continue to drift till the next bite. Matrix shad shrimp creole tight lined or under.... Read More
This is yet another blatant display of the deep prevailing corruption that seems to be so much a part of the LDWF. The LDWF apparently are able to break the laws of the state of Louisiana, laws you and I must obey, laws that are enforced at the point of a gun with the threat of jail time. The arrogance of the LDWF’s elitist attitude demonstrates that they believe they are untouchable and are.... Read More
Made another one of my frequent fishing trips down to dularge this morning because I had to drop my boat off at Pellegrin Marine in Houma this afternoon to get its annual service. Headed down early this morning with 3 friends from Baton Rouge, Elliot Diel, Corey Holmes, and Logan Messina from Dallas. We launched the boat at 6am and we were off to fish the bayous and marsh on the northeast end.... Read More
Hi , thinking about hookin the boat up and draggin it down to venice for a weekend , it's been a couple years . Anyone have any knowledge they want to spread so I can hook my boys up wit their first amberjack? I have a 21 center console / radar/ bottom finder. Would like to stay fairly close to southwest pass unless someone knows a better area to run out of? Any particular baits/jigs or.... Read More
Hi guys, I would really like to take my boyfriend on a surprise fishing trip in Louisiana. We are from Austin, Texas and we both love Louisiana and would like to go in August or September. I don't know a whole lot about fishing, but I do know he loves to catch red fish. Are there any trips, guides, or spots that y'all would recommend during that time of the year? I really appreciate it! Jamie
Launched out of Bob's Bayou Black Marina. Saw the pictures from a few wks ago. Knowing how good the fishing can be in and around the canals cross the Inner coastal, thought it was for sure the time to go. Went Fri. and didnt catch a single fish. Other anglers had the same outcome. Maybe caught one or two but nothing to right home about. Water temp. average about 50-55 *. Is another day of good.... Read More
I made a pass at The Boat Show today with my buddy Big John. It was a good show with lots of interesting booths and plenty of expensive plastic. Saw a lot of old friends and the SeaTow gang. Come springtime when I run from Myrtle Grove to Elmer's Island, it's good to know that SeaTow has got my back.
Has anyone been scouting? I got officially in my new club at 9:30 this morning. After taking a 2 hr ride through the lease of 5200 ac I finally got to get out the truck and actually scout a little. I looked at a gps while ridding and picked out some good areas to look at. As soon as I got out my truck and walked about 50 yards I heard putting. Hey, not bad for my just getting out of the truck!!.... Read More
I'VE HUNTED PEARL RIVER SINCE THE 70'S. OPENING WEEKENDS YOU COULD NOT WALK DOWN A TRAIL 200 YARDS AND NOT SEE A GUT PILE FROM HOGS THAT WERE BEING TAKEN BY HUNTERS. I DON'T HAVE ACCTUAL NUMBERS BUT IT WAS VERY IMPRESSIVE.I WOULD SEE HERDS OF 15 HOGS OR MORE ON SOME OF THE HUNTS. YOU COULD EASILY GET ENOUGH HOGS FOR YOURSELF AND GIVE SOME TO FRIENDS AND NEIBHORS. NEVER HEARD ANY FUSS BEING.... Read More