So while I was coming in from duck hunting this morning the motor stopped peeing. I shut it down and paddled to shore. I ran a wire through the outlet line and intake holes on the bottom are clear. It'll spit a little bit of water but not a steady stream. Is the water pump going bad or is there anything else that would cause this to happen? Thanks in advance for the advice!
Saw two woodcocks today on different ends of the lease I can't remember seeing them this early in the year since I was a kid. Looks like it will be a brutal winter which I have no problem with. Started noticing Robin's about a week ago which seems early also.
Today Capt. Jack had the pleasure of fishing with Richard Lemoine and his sons and it was another excellent day for Trout fishing. The group made it back to the launch around 11am with 125 Trout, 3 Reds and 2 Black Drum. The Pointe Fienne area was the spot today and the bait was live shrimp under a popping cork. We will have plenty of shrimp for tomorrow, but it looks like bad weather might....
This morning started slow East wind with clouds . Our large spread should not reflect the sun today . At about 7:30 the geese started moving around and into our spread . We were able to get them fairly close today . We ended the hunt at around 8:30 with 14 specks our limit . The shooting was very good , with close birds .
Fished Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday out of Boudreaux's in Leeville. Was hoping that the specs would be hungry after a few days of high winds and arctic air. Beautiful weather both days but water temps were still low: 50 in the morning warming to 55 and the afternoon. Not a single bite in the morning, in the afternoon we found some hungry reds and two dinner sized flounder. All were....
This hunt started very slow , east wind and clear . Starting at about 8:30 am we had lots of Geese moving about and into the spread at a low decent . But the sun shining on the large decoy spread and the Geese coming from the west , it seemed like at the last minute they would see our spread shining and flare off .... We ended up with 8 specks and 1 snow . Not bad for bad conditions .
Day 2 with our Inolect crew was even better than day one. It was a one stop shop fast and furious bite today. Upon pulling up and deploying the Power Pole, it was fish on everycast. We started out with Shrimp Creole Matrix Shad 18 inches under a cork. After putting 25 fish into the K2, I decided to see if they would bite tight lining. The green hornet Matrix shad on a 1/4 ounce Golden Eye jig....
We had another great hunt in Delacroix. Regulars Paul Wood and his son Mike shot straight today killing our limit of 18 today with a mixed bag of mostly Greys and teal. We are using about 4 dozen decoys and calling hard when needed to get the ducks turning toward our spread. It was a great time sharing a blind with old friends doing what we love. Fanny's Family Guide Service still has some....
Still trying to figure out this kayak fishing thing since I yakked up last summer and, if there's one thing I know, I'm wondering if y'all know of some cold weather hotspots in the marsh for specks and reds.
The rut got him. Chased two does out and he came walking behind. My best ever. 18.5' inside and 170 lbs. Best part was my son being in the stand with me again. He got his first deer two weeks ago out of the same stand. Great season.
The rut got him on November 15th at 10am. He chased two does out and walked out behind them. We have two years of trail cam pics and videos of him. My best ever. 18.5' inside and 170lbs. Best part about it is my son and I were in the stand together again. He got his first deer two weeks ago. Great season so far.
Our Inolect crew was back down at the Reel Inn for some 'team building'. We started at day break reeling in the yellow mouths with Shrimp Creole Matrix under a cork but the bite didn't last long so off we went. Early on it was pick up a clump of fish quick then the bite shut down. By mid morning the bite became steady as we switched over to tight lining the Green Hornet Matrix. With 80 in the....