Red Snapper season has come to a close for now. I am hearing that there may be short fall season coming but at this time, I would like to thank all of those that came down to fish with us over the past few weeks. We caught loads of Red Snapper, Mangroves, and a few Cobia. The tuna bite was a bit off in early June but has finally come around to a summertime pattern. We are seeing more and more live bait even though it is not anywhere in the amounts it should be. The Mahi Mahi showed their faces this past week as well. The seas have been pleasant except for the typical mid afternoon thunderstorms we are blessed with in southern Louisiana. Three tuna virgins came aboard and left virgins no more. Congratulations to Field, Deckhand Jane, and Brother Raymond from St. Stanislaus. Venice Offshore Charters is pretty much wide open for the rest of July and have a few bookings set in August. Amberjack is set to re-open August 1st. Give us a call to get your summertime fishing trip booked before school starts up again. Check out our Facebook page to see more photos and updated info. Good luck to everyone fishing in the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo and the Faux Pas Rodeo.