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Had a great time Tuesday night at the lodge with the bachelor party crew! Couple of the guys flew in from France! Our initial plan was to get them on some line dragging reds, but plans changed on our way to our first stop! We rolled up on a ton of birds and shrimp. The trout poles came out and it was fish on every cast. We were surrounded by trout chasing shrimp 360 degrees around the boat. We weeded through 100 plus fish keeping 20 keepers. Once the bite was over we went to initial location we were headed to. The crabs were deployed and in no time the drags were screaming! Single to triple hook ups had big smiles on the guys faces. Two of the guys from France couldn't speak much English, but no words were needed to tell their joy and excitement! They loved every second of each battle! We kept our five fish between 27-30 inches and released all the rest. On our way back towards the lodge we found another big flock of birds and shrimp flying everywhere. Another 20 keepers specks and some whites hit the K2. Matrix Shad under a cork or double rigged had the trout coming in every cast. Trip of a lifetime for these guys. Thanks Capt Miller for setting it up, good times.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

Yesterday at 5:33pm

BUMS crew were back on board the Bluewave. We started the morning catching trout every cast with shrimp all around us, but most were all under 12 inches. After catching 100 and keeping 10, my crew said they would rather catch fewer keeper fish than 100's of small fish. We left the little ones biting to search for bigger fish. Our first stop found the bigger fish, just not stacked up. We fought through tons of trash fish also. Covered a lot of water just picking a 1-2 fish at every other stop. We found a few reds also in the mix. Good times as always with these guys. Thanks Capt Dupont for setting the trip up.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

Yesterday at 5:18pm

Dr Deep Chadha and crew was back on board with me. We started out the morning catching trout on double rigged Matrix Shad as usual. Tons of small fish as we probably caught 300 fish keeping 35 trout. We left the trout and went red fishing. Cracked crab on the bottom had the guys busy with drags peeling, several double hook ups. We easily kept our limit of reds over 27 inches, and only found a couple under. Great time as always with these guys. Thanks Capt Labat for running the second boat.

Day 1 with our anonymous crew had us red-fishing first thing in the morning. The guys were hooked up within minutes. It was fish on, one after the other my guys were reeling them in. We easily caught our four fish over 27 inches and then played catch and release. We moved areas and the guys were steadily reeling in fish once again, mostly all drum. We decided to go look for trout and found them stacked up. Double rigged Matrix Shad went to work. We reeled in 16-21 inch trout for a good 45 minutes before the bite shut down. Great day with these guys, thanks Capt Miller for setting up the trip.

Day 2 with the anonymous we went straight to trout fishing. As soon as we pulled up it was fish on every cast. The big 16-21 inch trout were flying over the gunnels 1-2 at a time. After the bite played out we made a few more moves with no bites. We stoped on our way in and soaked crabs. The guys hooked a few big drum before we called it a day. Thanks T Miller for setting up the trip.

George Davis was back from Georgia with his son Parker and George Sr to get in on the action again. After a great night at the lodge, we went straight for the specks again. We found a much slower bite than the two previous days, but slowly picked off the nice trout. We stayed patient and gave it as much time as we could. Once I was sure they were not going to turn on we went hit the redfish hole. We also found a extremely slow bite, but we were able to get our four reds over 27 inch mark and one under 27 inches. Great time with these guys once again and I look forward to their return.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

September 18 at 5:12pm

Steven Borel and wife were back with me on the big Bluewave. Winds were up so we stayed inside and red fished. Our first stop was slow only catching a few. Our second stop we found them stacked up, but most all the reds were over 27 inches. We caught and released for over a hour then went look for smaller reds. Two more stops and we got on a quick run finding a few more that made the box and more bulls. We ended up keeping 8 and no telling how many were released. Always a blast fishing with this couple, thanks again.

After cleaning up after Harvey hit, Capt Travis and I went on a scouting trip. We targeted bass and reds. We kept 6 bass and 3 reds.

With the calm winds and being rested up from the nice vacation Harvey gave us it was time to look for some specks. Capt Labat jumped onboard with me to make a relaxing fun trip. We found birds, shrimp, and trout at every stop. Double rigged Matrix Shad, shrimp creole Matrix under a cork or top water Matrix Mullet all produced. We left fish biting at every stop so we could cover as much area as we could. We kept 35 specks for supper!!

I helped Capt Rob out with the BUMS crew again. Specks were the target and they didn't disappoint. Birds diving on shrimp everywhere and the specks were in hot pursuit. Double rigged Matrix Shad worked best drifting in the current. My guys were smoking them every cast. They kept their 75 fish limit and threw back 100's more. Always a pleasure fishing with this group. Thanks Capt RD for setting it up.

Dove hunting this weekend!! Tight lines out there.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

September 09 at 8:26am

It was day two with the Mississippi crew and winds were up again. We stayed inshore and red fished once again. Another slow bite, we stayed put and picked away at 6 reds. Three over the slot and three under. They are still not stacked up, but we are expecting them to bust loose any day now. Thanks Capt T miller for putting the trip together.

Inolect crew came into the lodge and Chef Shawn P did his thing, good times. We woke up the following morning and were greeted with calm winds and seas. Shrimp were popping and the trout were in hot pursuit. Double rigged Matrix Shad went to work and they couldn't resist them. It was fish on. Great time busting the Specks with these guys as usual. Thanks Capt T Milller for running the second boat.

David Thibodaux was back onboard with Jake Gray and Mark Portier. Another calm morning with shrimp and trout jumping out the water. The action was fast and furious on double rigged Matrix Shad. Good as it gets as the Specks were flying over the gunnels from every direction around the boat.

David Thibodaux was back for day two with his son and father in law. Winds were up and so were the seas which meant no shrimp and no fish. We made about four - five stops with no fish. Our next stop we started picking away at some decent trout. Once this bite ended we made two more stops finding a few more fish. With it being 12pm and suffocating hot we called it a day. Thanks Capt K Labat for running the second boat for me.

New customer Joel Simone and family joined me. We had a calm morning with lots of bait around us. Plenty trash fish to deal with amongst the trout, but lots of action. Spanish Mackeral were everywhere jumping out the water. We weeded through the trash and put a good mess of trout together before the bite shut down. Our next move found a slow bite, but all quality fish in the 17-21 inch range. Double rigged Matrix Shad accounted for our fish as usual. Great time with this family and look forward to their return.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

August 22 at 10:13am

Day 2 with Roger Mayberry's crew was a repeat of day one. Too rough to trout fish so we stayed inside and red fished. Another slow day as the reds have not yet stacked up in the deep holes. Most of the fish are over 27 inches.

I helped Capt T Miller with a two charter trip. We fished reds in the morning finding the same slow bite as it has been. We trout fished in the afternoon and slammed them! Every cast action on double rigged Matrix Shad as usual.

Day 2 with the group had us trout fishing again. We found a slow bite first thing in the morning, but hit the motherload before coming in. We had the trout coming in two at a time every cast. Good times.

Geri Gilbert and Choppa joined me the following day. We found dirty water all morning long and zero fish. We had to run a long ways to find clean water. We finally started to catch some nice trout going 17 inches, but the bite played out rather quickly. One more move and we found some birds diving on shrimp. That was all she wrote! Again it was every cast action on double rigged Matrix and we boxed our limit of specks. Great time with these gals.

Big thanks to Capt's A Lacour and K Labat for running my groups on Saturday as I took the day off. Well spent family time!

Paul Eastin and family were back with me on the Bluewave and got on a trout slam. We found a hot bite first thing in the morning. The shrimp and the trout were boiling the surface. Every cast action for a good 30 plus minutes and the bite went cold. We made two more stops catching fish at both locations. Nice trout up to 20 inches.

I helped out Capt T Miller again yesterday. Winds were up so we red fished. Same results as the last two weeks as the red bite has been slow. No problem catching fish over the 27 inch mark, but finding them under is the problem! We fished everywhere with crab finding two under the slot. Then hit the ponds with gold spoons only finding two more slots to bite. We kept 8 and and a big fresh water cat. We released many more over the 27 inch mark. Hopefully any day now they show up in full force.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

August 16 at 4:47am

Floyd Ferrell from Missouri was back last Thursday with another two boat group. We found a slow bite for most of the day just picking away. Seemed we were on the outside looking in at every stop. Thanks Capt K Labat for running the other boat.

Friday Jody Foret was back with me. The morning started out slow with a hard tide, then at 10 am the switch turned on! Every cast on double rigged Matrix Shad! Good times. The guys bow fished Friday night with Capt C Breaux. They found it slow but still saw some fish and were able to shoot some reds and hat fish. We slept in Sat morning and headed out at 8 am. Winds were up so we stayed inside and fished for bulls. The guys got to battle several drum and nice big bull reds before the sky fell and pushed us back to the dock. Thanks again guys.

Sunday new customer Mitchell Bourg and crew joined me. It was a stick and move Day but we caught trout at every stop. Double rigged Matrix Shad and swim baits accounted for all of our fish. Great time with this crew as we laughed all day. Thanks Capt's K Labat and S P Whitney for running the other two boats.

I donated a trip Monday to Holy Savior Catholic School. Dr Rodney Gisclair and his three daughters joined me. We fished 12 holes with cracked crab only finding one red and 4 drum. Slowest I've seen it! We switched gears to trout and found a handful with only one being a keeper. Covered a lot of water trying to put them on fish, but they just wouldn't bite. The girls told me they had fun, so that's what matters the most.

Jody Amorello and boys joined me Tuesday. With the winds up we chose to focus on reds again. I fished several other areas with shrimp under a cork and cracked crab. Covered a ton of water fishing everywhere and zero fish to show. We ended the day catching bull reds and drum in the pass. The boys got to get a burn in their arms!

Day 2 on Wednesday with Joey Amorello and the boys found the winds and seas calm enough to trout fish. We headed out and found clean green water at every stop. Fished every rig, well head, reef, rock, sand etc that we could and only had two trout to show for it. UNREAL. We came in and made one last stop soaking crabs and the bulls didn't disappoint. The sky fell on us and we ran in.

Took Thursday off for my son's birthday, cancelled Friday and Saturdays trip due to the storms.

New customer Roger Mayberry and crew from Missouri joined me today. They told me they wanted to catch, didn't matter what. We soaked crabs on the bottom and they had a blast catching reds and drum all day. They weren't worried about catching limits, they just wanted to catch. It made my day easy as most of the reds we were catching were in the 29-31 inch range. We kept nine reds and released all the rest. Thanks guys.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

August 06 at 8:03pm

Andy Brown was back with me last week Thursday. We found a slow bite all day traveling a lot of water. Over half of our fish came on Minnows, as the plastic bite has slowed down. Roy Sternfells and crew were with me Friday. We had a decent run of fish early on Minnows, then a short run at our second spot. The guys called it a day around 10 with the heat cranking up. Josh Cowart's crew I had scheduled for Saturday decided to beat the heat and crowds and fish Friday night instead. Good choice as we didn't see another boat and caught all our fish on double rigged Matrix Shad. Sunday I had Coach Rodney Guin back onboard. The morning started off slow with high winds. We finally were on a run of good fish and the sky fell on us. We had to run from a huge storm that lasted till around 4pm. I loaded up four of the guys and took them
Red fishing till before dark to make up for the short morning. Perfect conditions but only found a couple reds to bite. Monday morning with Coach Guin's crew found the winds blowing again, so we stayed inside to redfish. Slow again all morning with clean ice. My fourth stop struck gold as my crew were steadily slinging in reds! We went from 0-17 in about 45 minutes. One more stop and we put 18 in the box. Guys were two fish short of their limit, always a pleasure fishing with these guys. Tuesday Charles Allo and crew got their limit of specks on double rigged Matrix. Calm winds and no rain finally had the trout back to normal. Wednesday Cleve Roy and crew were back with me and also experienced a incredible trout Slam all on plastic. We are hoping for another good day today as long as the weather holds out for us.

Big thanks to all the Capt's that worked the overflow boats all week. Without you none of this would be possible, great work as always guys.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

July 27 at 3:59am

It's been another great week of trout fishing despite fighting storms everyday. I helped Capt T Miller with the Doggett crew, they had a great day busting big trout two at a time. Robert Laville and crew were back again and had another incredible trip busting the Specks, great time. Gaiennie Lumber was back with another crew and the bite was insane. 350 fish hit the deck between the three boats. Hunter Cartwright and family were back down at the lodge for two days with two boats and they hammered the Specks both days. Danny Lirette and family were back again and they crushed the Specks before 8 am. Danny is a fish magnet, always a good trip when he joins me!! James Wheeler was back for their two day annual trip. We fought the weather the last two days finding a slow bite but managed six gallons of fillets in the two days. All the daily storms are killing us, we just cancelled our clients today. All of the trout the last week have been caught on double rigged Matrix Shad, no live bait harmed. Slow retrieve drifting in the current has worked best for us. All colors have produced but the Holy Joely has been the top producer for about four weeks now.

Special thanks to all the customers for your continued business and to all the hard working Capt's that have helped me run all the overflow trips. Couldn't do it without you guys.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

July 19 at 5:03am

We have been super busy down in Dularge! After a great vacation week in California it was back to the grind! Had Beau and Ken Boudreaux back for their annual afternoon Bass and redfish Slam. Then Ryley Myhand and crew crushed their limit of specks the following morning. The bite was fast and furious. Floyd Ferrel and crew from Missouri had a great catch, but the fish never turned on hot and heavy. Gaiennie Lumber crew from Mississippi had a incredible catch also of some big trout, but we averaged 20 fish per stop. We never found a one stop shop type of bite. I helped Capt T Miller with a big group. We got a late start and found the skies black and storms building on top of each other with lighting bolts everywhere. We were not going to put the customers in harms way so we turned back North to redfish. The storms continued to get closer to us so we just called it a day early. All trout the past week were caught on double rigged Matrix Shad and the bass and reds on Brush Hogs and Matrix Green Hornet. Big thanks to all the customers and Capt's that helped out throughout the week making every trip a success.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

July 11 at 8:59pm

Day one with Wesley and Kelly Carambat and kids found storms all around us upon waking up. We sat at the dock patiently waiting for a window to head out. We knew we were going to get wet no matter what, so when we saw a opportunity we took it. Our first stop found two stud reds on cracked crab. Our second stop had reds coming in the on fresh bait shrimp under a cork. With 20 reds on ice and storms building to our South, we took it to the dock. Great Day considering the conditions we were dealt. Always a pleasure fishing with this family.

Thanks Capt T Miller for running the second boat, they had a blast.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 29 at 5:27am

Day 2 helping out Capt RD with BUMS fishing crew. We woke up again today with rain on the radar, so we went back to sleep. We decided to stay inside and fish reds. The bite was slow all day for the most part, but my guys chipped away at them. They put together a decent box for the conditions. Bait shrimp under a cork produced all of our fish. Thanks guys.

Capt Marty LaCoste

985-856-4477

www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 28 at 6:58pm

Helped out Capt RD today with BUM's fishing crew today. We woke up to rain and storms so we went back to sleep! We waited till the storms dissipated and headed out. The winds were blowing pretty good and the seas were choppy, but we were able to find clean water. We picked away all day on double rigged Matrix Shad, never getting on a fast bite. Patience was key in putting the fish we did in the box. Thanks guys.

Thanks Capt K Labat for taking care of Creig Fowler's crew.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 27 at 3:11pm

Spiker's A/C and heating were back with us today. Forecast looked great and winds were calm. We got on a decent run of fish early before the boats stacked up on top of us and shut down the bite. We made a quick move and struck silver, 19-23 inch trout were coming over the gunnels. Double rigged Matrix Shad in Holy Joely and avocado worked best for us dead slow on the bottom. We did catch about five of our fish using swimbaits. The bite was slow, but with every fish being quality we stayed patient and picked away, the bite would come in spurts. With 60 big trout on ice we called it a day at 12 and rolled in. Thanks again guys and gals.

Big thanks to Capt Labat for running the second boat.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 27 at 3:05pm

Petey Kern and crew joined me for a spectacular trout Slam! We found less than favorable clarity and a slight chop upon arriving. The bite started out slow for the first hour or so, then the switch turned on. Every cast action everyone in the boat. The trout were smashing our double rigged Matrix Shad in Holy Joely and avocado. The K2 cooler filled up quickly with solid trout up to 18 inches. The fish were holding right off the bottom and wanted the baits just barely moving in the current. Good as it gets and everyone went home wish smiles and plenty fillets!! Thanks for the continued business Petey.

The storm is going to shut us down the rest of the week it appears, but we will be back at it by the weekend possibly.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 21 at 9:48am

Another Trout Slam today on double rigged #Matrixshad. My crew from Spiker's A/C & Heating busted up the Specks and had a blast. Windy and rough this morning, we had to tuck and hide. Found a extremely slow bite, so we chose to brave the seas! We got on a short run of trout then the bite quit. We moved and moved then got on another short run of trout. With right at 25 fish taking a ice bath, the winds started to calm down. We made a short move and struck silver. As soon as I pulled up you could see the shrimp flying out the water being chased by hungry trout. We started slinging them in two at a time on Matrix Shad. This bite didn't last long either but we had put another 20 plus fish in the boat already. We drifted around and found another good concentration of fish. We had to let the baits just drift in the current slowly to get a bite. It was game on again! Everyone in the boat slinging fish over the gunnels. Ended up being another great day. Thanks guys.

Thanks to Capt Kevin Labat for running the second boat with this crew. Thanks also to Capt Lonnie Barr for taking care of Brian Carter's crew.

985-856-4477 for your trip

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 19 at 10:32pm

Gaiennie Lumber crew joined me again for another great trip! The winds were up more today which made it a bit rough. The trout were still busting shrimp on the surface but with the seas rough it was hard to move around. With 25 on ice we decided to move to calmer waters. We picked away at a few fish, then decided to move again. Winds started to calm eventually and the seas laid down. Found another honey hole and went to slamming some nice specks. Quadruple single and double hook ups and big smiles. We ended the day with a nice box and we're headed in by 11 as requested by the crew. Thanks Scotty Muller for the continued business, always a great time with your crew.

Big thanks to Capt T Miller and A Trahan for running the two other boats. Everyone did well and had fun.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 19 at 10:26pm

I helped out Capt T Miller with another two boat charter. We woke up to perfect weather and calm winds for once! Headed straight to the trout grounds and found them stacked up and hungry. Shrimp and trout were coming out the water. The trout were in a frenzy and busting shrimp all around the boat. They could not resist our double rigged Matrix Shad lures. Holy Joely color was the top producer again with avocado second. It didn't take long to put 100 in the boat and a couple bull reds released for lagniappe. Incredible trip with this crew, thanks Capt T for putting it together.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 19 at 10:12pm

New customer Chris Erikson and his son joined me today for a trout Slam. Our morning started off slow only picking at a few fish. By 9 am we only had ten fish in the box, we changed zip codes and struck sliver. Every cast fast n furious action on the double rigged Matrix Shad lures. The Holy Joely was the best color for us today, as they were destroying them. Most of the trout all had shrimp in their mouths, and averaged 16-20 inches. 10yr old Magnus was slaying the big specks, reeling them in 1-2 at a time. Chris mentioned it was their best trip and most fish they have ever caught, glad I was able to be a part of it with them. Thanks again Chris.

Big thanks to Capt Kevin Labat for running the second boat with returning customer Joseph Ciganek. They also slammed the big specks.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 14 at 9:35pm

I helped out Capt T Miller with a three boat charter out of the Reel Inn. With the winds blowing 16 plus mph my crew opted to stay in calm waters and redfish. Loaded down with crabs and bait shrimp we set out to find them! We fished numerous areas, deep water with crabs, points, cuts, marsh, drifting banks, etc. we found a slow bite at every place we fished. We ended up boxing 7 reds and 4 sheephead. Lots of small throwbacks also. Though day, but my crew stayed patient and we stuck it out. Thanks Capt T for setting up the trip.

Big thanks to Capt S Whitney for taking care of John Collet and his crew putting them on some reds also.

Capt Marty LaCoste
985-856-4477
www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 14 at 9:26pm
A comment titled: Re: Another great Trout Bite in the Wind in response to a report titled: Another great Trout Bite in the Wind

Right now I'm not 100% sure. If I had to make a guess I would say no.

June 20 at 6:20pm
A comment titled: Re: dularge trout and reds in response to a report titled: dularge trout and reds

Fish were showing up in the lakes last week when it was warm. The last few days with the big drop in water temps and high winds we couldn't fish the lakes. Finding protection and clean water was key. Weather is looking better for the weekend and winds will be somewhat calmer. Fish May between winter spots and spring spots. Finding clean water in protected areas will probably be your best bet, not sure if open water in the lakes will be clean or not. Good luck.

March 16 at 8:09pm
A comment titled: Re: A Wet Friday in response to a report titled: A Wet Friday

I was surprised when I saw you headed back out in the rain!! Looks like it paid off though. Hard Core!

February 21 at 11:04am
A comment titled: Re: Cold & Windy Trout Slam in response to a report titled: Cold & Windy Trout Slam

Dularge

January 28 at 8:15pm
A comment titled: Re: Trout Explosion in response to a report titled: Trout Explosion

Dularge

January 12 at 8:15am
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Wow. Apache could have some major law suits on their hands. Sure hope they get wind of it and eliminate the problem.

January 11 at 7:00pm
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Hopefully Apache will take note and take care of the problem before they get presented with a law suit. Someone could really get hurt from this.

January 07 at 9:29pm
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Not that I know of. No.

January 07 at 9:28pm
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Found out it was Apache that plugged the well in 2010 and records show it was cut 15 inches below the mud line. Obviously the pipe was still sticking up a good 3 ft from the bottom when I hit it in 2012. I wonder how many other people have hit it since then.

January 07 at 4:44pm
A comment titled: Re: Catch and Release Day in response to a report titled: Catch and Release Day

Thank you also Tony for providing a great site to share information. I've been super busy also between fishing, deer hunting, and family time. Hope you and your family also had a Merry Christmas and a safe Happy New Year.

January 03 at 10:59am
A comment titled: Re: BREEZY TROUT in response to a report titled: BREEZY TROUT

Great to hear and great catch for only fishing a couple hours.

November 16, 2016 at 6:15am
A comment titled: Re: Busted the Trout and Reds in response to a report titled: Busted the Trout and Reds

Jeoulsy is a evil thing. I guess you release all the fish you catch? If you know us so well and want to talk, how bout you stop by instead of trying to bash us on a public web site and name call like a kindergarten child. All we are doing is making a honest living, and advertising like any other business owner. We pay to post on this site. If you don't like our post then don't click on them. So sick of people like you Coonassgreed fake computer jockey.

October 25, 2016 at 7:14pm
A comment titled: Re: Busted the Trout and Reds in response to a report titled: Busted the Trout and Reds

Trout are everywhere actually. All of the interior Lakes, showing up in good numbers. The trout should start to get bigger also any day now.

October 16, 2016 at 8:01pm
A comment titled: Re: Reds and Specks in response to a report titled: Reds and Specks

Dularge

September 12, 2016 at 12:20pm
A comment titled: Re: Easy Redfish Limits in response to a report titled: Easy Redfish Limits

I fish out of Dularge, La South of Houma. Yes I fish for a living and no I do not broadcast specific locations where I fish. If I did there would be 20 boats where I fished and I would not be able to fish myself. Dularge is a great area as such is many others. It's all about getting out and learning the area and putting your time in. The redfish bite is incredible right now as the trout are transitioning in.

Good luck and tight lines

September 08, 2016 at 11:32am
A comment titled: Re: Bulls and Slot reds in response to a report titled: Bulls and Slot reds

You know that's right Kenny!!! Your brother is hooked on Matrix Shad as so am I.. Good times hanging out the other night, thanks

August 29, 2016 at 9:30am
A comment titled: Re: Great weekend for Catching Trout in response to a report titled: Great weekend for Catching Trout

We fish out of Dularge, always have. Finest fishery in Lousiana!!! Good luck and tight lines

June 26, 2016 at 8:52pm
A comment titled: Re: Trout & Reds Making Memories 5-11 in response to a report titled: Trout & Reds Making Memories 5-11

No problem with gnats right now. It was windy and lil cool. When the gnats are bad however we use Swamp Swatter. Swamp Swatter by far is the best product I've found to work on them. Good luck.

May 11, 2016 at 2:12pm
A comment titled: Re: Trout Starting to Bite!! 2-16-16 in response to a report titled: Trout Starting to Bite!! 2-16-16

Blade

February 28, 2016 at 4:28am
A comment titled: Re: Trout Starting to Bite!! 2-16-16 in response to a report titled: Trout Starting to Bite!! 2-16-16

I have a video on Facebook taking the meat off the bone, it works just as easy. I deleted it off my phone so I can't post it here, but you can view it on Facebook. I'll post a picture of the blade when I get a chance to take a picture of it.

February 24, 2016 at 7:04am
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