Had decent shooting the first 2 days at our place in Holly Beach. 12 hunters killed 47 Saturday, 12 hunters killed 51 Sunday. Mostly greys, teal and a few widgeon, pintail. See what happens this week and weekend. Be safe
Big numbers of grey ducks seen at my last visit to the lease in the Holly Beach area. Not many teal seen but expect to see more teal in the coming days leading up to the opener. Marsh is full of widgeon grass, should be a good year in the area.
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Had a good opener to the 2nd split. Greys,teals,etc. We are on pace for our best season in over 10 years in the Holly Beach area of Cameron Parish. Although not as many teal as years past, we have plenty of big ducks.
Overall a good first split for us in the Holly Beach area. Limits to near limits basically every hunt. Lots of greys, but not as many teal as usual for us. Hoping for some cold weather during the split!!
Went to holly beach on friday afternoon fished for reds but there were so many croaker we just couldnt find a red.SATURDAY was a differnt story we found the reds and we killed them every cast it was on it took 45 mins to have 20 fish that were all like in the same mold 26-27 inchers. what a blast. We finished the weekend with 100 croackers 1lb each cause we picked just the big ones and 26.... Read More
Got to the beach about 4.00 pm 9-23-11 water was right on calm and clean. Started catching channel mullet as fast as you could pull them in. Front coming in around 6 pm. Caught a few specks and reds called it a day. Next day got there before dawn fished bottom with shrimp and the reds were there.the whole day we could have filled the back of the truck with drum they were every where for some.... Read More
Went on a teal hunt saturday morning in Iowa la it was a great hunt 16 hunters all limted out by 8 am. Then we headed to holly beach where the red fish were there waiting for us.We had a good day hunting and fishing. The redfish will only get better now that the cool weather will move in. tight lines to all and be safe.
These beautiful Red Snapper were caught Saturday, July 2, 2011 on the BouRey Fishing vessel, about 60 miles offshore, out of Cameron, La. Captains Boyd Boudreaux and Gene Reynolds had six anglers hooked up at one time, and all fish were boated except for one that broke off. The crew of 9 limited out on snapper, ranging in weight from 12 to 18 pounds each.