Spot On Fishing Adventures

 42150 Jamie Rd Prairieville, LA 70769

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I own and operate Spot On Fishing Adventures out of Leeville La. Here at Spot On Fishing Adventures we take you on a inshore guided fishing trips in the marshes, bays and coastal areas chasing Speckle trout, Red fish, Flounder, Black Drum and many other species of fish that beautiful south Louisiana has to offer. I started my passion for fishing bass fishing going up as a kid with my dad and over 20 years ago I went red fishing for the first time and have never looked back. That red fish I caught was in Leeville and I been there ever since and love it. Out of Leeville we also fish Grand Isle, Golden Meadow and other sounding areas when we are not right there in our backyard. We are right in the middle of everything. I started Spot On Fishing Adventures in 2010 and have been living a dream fishing for a living and meeting new and exciting people every day. Teaching and watching some of them catch their first fish and enjoying their day on the water. We run our trips out of a 24' Shallow Sport Boat, to keep our clients comfortable and up close to the fish in very shallow water. We provide all the best equipment and everything you need for your day of fishing, then clean and bag your fish for you to take home. All you need for your day of fishing is what you want to eat and drink for the day and your personal items. I look forward to meeting you; See you on the water 'Chasing Spots and Specks'


Captain Anthony Buquoi


Spot On Fishing Adventures


Leeville LA


225-806-8808


captbuquoi@gmail.com


www.spotonfishingadventures.com





Sponsors:


Shallow Sport Boats, Fins Braid, Matrix Shad & Vortex Shad, David Custom Tackle, Owner Hooks, Front To Back Boat Service, Standard Mapping E-Card, Power Pole


Just looking to gather some infromation
Looking at dev. lots in leevile for camps/homesites.
Is there any one out there that would be instrested in them.
you will have water and road access. hwy 1 and the school broad canel to the rear.

plese reply on this pro or con

Thanks

There is a fishing rodeo in Leeville this Saturday June 4 2011. It is at Griffin's Station and Marina. The rodeo is to benefit Boys Hope Grills Hope of Baton Rouge. We have a lot of great prizes. Tickets are $20.00 Adult and $10.00 Kids under 12. Many door prizes also. There will be a special kayak division too.

We are raffling off a trip for 4 with Captain Anthony Buquoi of Spot On Fishing Adventures also to raise money for BHGHBR. Griffin's Station is providing the fuel and Terry’s Live Bait Providing the Bait and ice. With myself providing to fun filled day on the water.

Hope to see many of you there.

The Leeville fishing rodeo for Boys Hope Grills Hope of Baton Rouge was a success. There was a good number of contest, prizes was great and a lot of them. They even gave great door prizes and a lot of them. Some weighted in some really nice fish. The winning red fish was over 7 lbs and caught in the marsh and the winning speck was over 6 lbs caught on the beach at Fourchon.

I had about 2 hours between my duties and took the kids to go get some fish to weight in. We when to sunken island in Lake Raccourci Phlo Bruce and caught 30 trout with 5 being at 2 lbs. left to get reds. Got in marsh and pick up 4 reds around 5 lbs with two 15” flounder mixed in. we had their fish to weight in every category. They both weighted their fish in the Cajun Slam. We toke 1st and 3rd in the kids division. Not too bad for having just a few hours and still had plenty time to cook for fisherman. It was a really good time and looks like it will happen again.

This weekend I had a family fishing with me that never fished before in our marsh. The look on their face when we entered the marsh and bays was great. They have never seen anything like that. After telling them about how there was land here and there it really open there eyes to how fast it was eroding. They said they have heard about how fast it was going but now they have seen. Maybe they can help us now; it only takes one person at a time to help.

After spending the first few hours teaching them to cast the rod and to fish they started to do well. They manage to put a box of trout together with a few reds. Then it got hot and was ready to go. This is some of the reason I started charter fishing, there is nothing like introducing someone to fishing in our marsh and bays. They are hooked now because they said they will be back soon.

Last weekend was a great weekend on the water the couple I had put 53 in boat Saterday and 57 in the boat and Sunday. They did all this before it got hot and wanted to be back in the shade. Sorry no pictures could not get them off the phone. All the fish were caught within a 1/4' on casete island. Nothing like not having to move all over.

Headed back on this weekend for a few more days of fun. Looks like it can be another great weekend. If you see me there come say hey.
Hope to see you on the water.

I had a great day on the water last Friday. I was by myself and when out into Timbalier Bay to the southern islands. The water was like glass and clear as can be. I caught a nice limit of trout with one over 5 lbs., 7 over 4 lbs., 11 over 3 lbs., and the rest over 2 lbs. We have been catching big trout on most days this year. There is a lot of trout all around the islands in the bay right now you just have to get out there and get them.

I still have some openings on the upcoming weekends in May if you would like to go fishing.
Just call to book your fishing trip.

Spot On Fishing Adventures
Captain Anthony Buquoi
225-806-8808

Saturday was another clam day heading out. This is why I love what I do. Whose office is more beautiful than this?
I had Mr. Carl with me this day and he and I had a wonderful time. We headed out on a calm morning for the outer islands in Timbalier Bay (Brush Island to be exact) made on small stop on the way for a few fish and then ended up there. We sat there and fished plastic, just jigging it up and letting them hit it on the fall and caught all the law lets us keep. Then back at the dock for 10:00. The fish were not as big as the day before but just as fun and as many. He went home with bags of fish and a smile.
The other boat left out later and got on a late bite that day and landed 50 trout with the smallest at 19”. They were still back and cleaned up for 12:00.
I still have some openings on the upcoming weekends in May if you would like to go fishing.
Just call to book your fishing trip.
Spot On Fishing Adventures
Captain Anthony Buquoi
225-806-8808

just wanted to remind anyone if you are fishing in the Leeville, Fouchoen, Grand Isle area come by and get a ticket to fish the Casting for kids Tournament. it will be at Bobby Lynns Marnia in Leeville. Its for a good cause.

We caught a lot of speckle trout this weekend. Everywhere we went Saturday till about 10:00 am we found trout we had them hitting live minnows under a cork are on the bottom. They also were hitting matrix shad lemon drop and tiger bait. The only problem we had was them being big enough to keep. We caught over a 100 fish Saturday morning but could only keep 35 trout. My family had a lot of fun. We also caught our first shark of the year about a 3' sand shark. He bit a live minnow. Don't know if this is a good thing. The water is starting to warm up so the bite is just going to keep getting better and the fish will keep moving to their summertime spots.
If you would like to catch some trout like this please call or email Spot On Fishing Adventures. I would love to take you. We are booking trip for the upcoming year so reserve your Spot On.
Captain Anthony Buquoi
abuquoi@eatel.net
225-806-8808

This weekend started out looking windy. Got up Saturday morning to no wind and the gnats were really bad. But when the gnats bite the fish bite. Left out to lake Jesse nothing, to a few more places nothing. Then made a big move to the west side first spot caught a few. Then moved again just a few. by 12:00 we only had 4 to 6 keepers. made another move to the end of a canal and got on them down in a deep hole. Caught my limit and called it a day at 2:00. It started out slow but remember just don't quit. We had to wait for tide to turn but them found fish.
The fishing got even better the latter the day got. With a good Top water bite right at dark for others.
Call Captain Anthony Buquoi for a trip
225-806-8808
abuquoi@eatel.net

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