Went out Saturday by myself,had a limit of Trout all 14- 18 inches on live shrimp.Port Sulphur area.No tide movment to speek of about 0.05 of a foot,wind was nothing.If you need live bait see Shrimper John on High Ridge road about 3 miles past Happy Jack,he always has bait for you. Went back yesterday with my son,did alright till the weather moved in.Took 19 Trout and 3 nice Red's and had to.... Read More
I read several articles about agents writing tickets for no inspection stickers on trailers. If you have an up to date Mississippi. plate and lights and chains on your trailer, that is all that's needed, provided everything working. This is from department of highway and safety.
Made a spur of the minute run to 4 Bayou from Myrtle Grove. Pushed away at about 10:00 with some cocahoes. After the third set got on a few nice trout before the tide played out. All of the trout were caught on cocahoes carolina rigged. Can't wait for the hot spring bite. ARRIVE ALIVE!!!
Well its time to replace trailer tires. Just seeing what everyone is running on there trailers and where to get it in New Orleans. Want something thats gonna last more than 1 year, because it seems Im replacing tires every year. This is for a single axle trailer.
I am 22 and in college. I'm relatively new to saltwater fishing on my own boat. I have been fishing the Myrtle Grove area since I bought my first boat (16 ft alweld flat) in June of last year. I have done fairly well with Reds, which is what I typically target, but never limited out on trout. The past few times I have been I have pulled a big goose egg for the day. I am having trouble fishing in.... Read More
I am looking start making some money training duck dogs. I really enjoyed training mine, and do not make a hunt without her now. She just turned 3 this past duck season and retrieved over 250 birds this season. And 100 this teal season, and maybe missed 2 blind retrieves total this season. I am currently a college student at UNO and this would help out a lot. I have a STRONG passion for.... Read More
Hey fellas Im on here a lot, but never see any reports from Myrtle Grove. Any of y'all fishing down there and if so how has it been lately. I fished there a lot during the end of September and did well with reds limiting out daily in Lake Laurier or Wilkinson Bay and I'm looking to head back this weekend.
Hurricane Isaac flooded part of my lower unit. I still have not been able to take it out and flush it. I will not be able to do so until Thursday. I was wondering if it would be fine or if I should get it checked out by a mechanic. Thank you in advance for any suggestions that are written to me.
If you are a charter captain and you are not back up and running because you are in a hard hit area but have customers who want to fish, you can come fish out of Leeville and work out of my location in Leeville. I will put you on fish and help with housing or what ever else you might need to keep your customers satisfied. Just contact me at 504-458-9451.
I just received a call from my neighbor in Port Sulphur and was told my place had made it and that it had not flooded. My place is a couple blocks off of hwy 23 pass the hardware store. Hope this information helps if anyone has a place in this area.