Got a day off and headed to PAC on Monday. Caught a few trout early but nothing worth braggin about. All under 12.' Guess they are moving to the beaches. Paddled into the marsh around 8:30 and found the reds ready. Had a limit of 5 by 9:30 and released 3 more 27'+ bruisers. Gold Spoon caught all fish up against the grass on a rising tide.
I'm looking to get in some yak fishing this weekend but this will probably be my last trip for a while so I'm looking to make it count. Right now, my plan is to head to the camp and fish Pointe Aux Chenes. Anybody been there lately? I might consider going somewhere else, but that will be dependent on the weather. If it looks like the rain is gonna hang around, I'm gonna stick to what I know..... Read More
I think I'm gonna head to GI/Fourchon this weekend. I haven't been down there in forever though. I was wondering if someone could just point me in the right direction to maybe get on a few fish. I'm not looking for a handout, just some general advice. If anyone wants to meet up, let me know. Thanks in advance.
I've been working in NOLA for a while and I have a serious itch to scratch with my kayak. I'm getting off early tomorrow and Manchac is right on the way home. I've never fished the maurepas area. Manchac is the only place I've seen that looks feasible to fish....well, that or Ruddock. If anyone can give a little insight to these places, I would appreciate it.
I'm new to LA Sportsman and just got into kayak fishing. I'm addicted! I'm making good use of my paw-in-laws camp down in Pointe Aux Chenes but I aint quite figured out the redfish there. Any good tips or pointers on where to go in that area would be helpful. I don't mind driving to cocodrie either but since I'm new to it, I wanna make sure I know where I'm going.
Bobby Lynn's Marina
Bobby Lynn's in Leeville offers many services: Waterfront cabins and RV sites,boat launch, dry boat storage, kayak rentals, ethanol free fuel, wet slips for boats up to 60' and inshore guided fishing trips.