Cast and Blast Charters
8020 Versailles ave,
Metairie, Louisiana 70003
Contact: Chris Pike
Phone: 504-427-4973
Email: CastAndBlastCharters@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.LaCastAndBlast.com

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Cast and Blast Charters - The Louisiana Delta is known for its abundance of world class trout and redfish.

We offer year round inshore fishing adventures that target redfish, speckled trout, flounder, and black drum. Our trips are successful for first-timers and seasoned.

The bayous and the shallow marshes of Delacroix, La offer some of the best saltwater fishing Southeast Louisiana has to offer. You will enjoy light tackle fishing in salt and brackish water for Speckled Trout, Redfish, Drum, Flounder and others.

Captain Chris Pike Jr. is an expert in light tackle spin fishing in the marshes of southeast Louisiana. He grew up fishing and hunting these bayous and has been a full time guide for over 8 years, spending over 300 days a year on the water. His expertise is a guarantee to deliver thrills to local customers and tourists alike while making memories to last a lifetime!

As southern Louisiana fishing is year round, each season offers its own unique style of angling that guarantees great fishing any day of the year.

Come with your friends, family or business associates. We will put you on fish, show you a great time on the water, and make your day on the water as fun as possible.

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Inshore Fishing

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Special Offer For Saturday!!!!!!!!
Last Minute Opening Saturday!!!!rnI have a spot for this Saturday for a group of 2-4 people for a Easter weekend fishing trip! The fishing will be great this weekend with warming weather the trout should peek their heads out and give us a good day after this full moon that is passing now. We have a strong upside on the tide the next few days with a steady Easterly wind which pushes good clean saltwater into the Delacroix area and triggers the trout bite. Don't miss out on a great weekend, I'd love to have y'all down for a great day on the water, so call now!!!rnrnPlease call for 504-427-4973 for pricing!!!!!rnrnCheck out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com

Inshore Fishing

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Trout Time!!!!
Ready for Spring!!!!rnWe've definitely had an extended (winter) down here and the weather has delayed our spring bite by a few weeks. The fishing down here has been very consistent and a whole lot better on calmer warmer days. I've been able to make 2 or 3 trips on the outside in the last few weeks when the weather lets me and the trout are definitely setting up on the perimeter, when the winds lay down we will be able to hopefully get after them everyday. Luckily, we've had alot of Southeast winds the last few weeks which has pushed higher salinity levels into the marsh which helps speeds up the transition for the fish rather than a west wind which gives the east side of the river more fresh water. The Reds and Drum have been plenty enough action for my customers the last few weeks with limits or close to everyday. The last week we've been catching a few trout mixed in with the reds up tight to the grass so it looks like it wont be long and the trout will give us another option to fill the box. We are going to have a great year this year on the Delacroix side so give me a call and come fishin!!!!rnrnLAST MINUTE OPENING FOR THIS SATURDAY!!!!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and Call Me at 504-427-4973!!!!

Inshore Fishing

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Give us a Call!!!!
We are looking forward to an extremely great year of fishing in Delacroix this year! We have an unbelievable amount of submerged vegetation still now going into February. The grass can be two-fold but mainly a good thing as far as habitat for both bait and trout, reds, drum, etc. The grass also will help us extremely well in the windy months of early spring because it filters the water and helps keep some clean water for us to fish. We've had a pretty good fall/winter for fishing with the redfish about as plentiful as you can stand. The trout on the other hand have been a little less consistent due to extremely cold water temperatures. All in all, the Spring/Summer will be a great fishing season for us in Delacroix and we are booking trips now, so give me a call before all the good days are taken. We provide everything you and your group needs for the fishing trip as well as cleaning and packaging fish. We have lodging available only steps from our boats and do everything we can to make your trip as easy and seamless as possible.rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and call us today to book your trip of a lifetime!!!

Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Great Year!!!!
2013/2014 Duck Season Wrap-up!!!!rnrnSorry for the late report everyone, just had back surgery a few days ago so I'm trying to catch up now with everything. All in all we had a Great season in the Delacroix/Canaervon area this year, better than we've had in at least 5 years. All together this year between myself and 2 other guides we shot right at 1,374 birds total which was right at a 4.4 duck/per person average per hunt. The majority of our ducks this year were Grays, green wing Teal, Redheads, and quite a few Pintail. The last month of the season we had alot more consistent big duck hunts with mostly being Grays, a good amount of Widgeon, and Redheads. I say it every year, but we definitely had to do ALOT of adjusting this year to kill ducks with the insane amount of Coot, the extreme high and low water levels and the unbelievable amount of vegetation. The deal for us this year was always a 'morning of' gameplan. I fished most of my customers after the morning hunts this year and we would usually take a ride around my land to decide where we were going to hunt the next morning. I had to throw most of those plans out the window this year because most of the first split days we just didn't have any wind to speak of. With the amount of Coot this year most days were impossible to try and setup on Grays with no wind. We had too many big bays choked full of grass and wherever the Coot were the Grays were. I would make adjustments the mornings of and setup on the huge numbers of Teal we had and we would usually always scratch out a half dozen grays or a few Pintail. Usually when those scenarios happen I will hunt the birds in the big water with a ton of decoys but it just doesnt work on a blue bird-no wind day, find the Teal and be thankful for them. The first split ended on a bang with some huge numbers of ducks in Delacroix. I've had alot of emails from people in the Delacroix area that just weren't seeing any ducks and I'm here to tell you, ALL season long, no matter the wind, 90% of the ducks in Delacroix were rafted up in Spanish Lake, if you hunt around there you would have understood why the ducks just weren't in the marsh. The Lakes were completely covered with feed and thousands of coots. The theory is that when the wind blows enough that the ducks get off the big water and hit the ponds, not nowadays! The ducks had absolutely no reason to go into the marsh with a 25mph North wind, all they do is gather on the Leeward side of the grasscovered Lakes. All in all, duck hunting in southern Louisiana is changing by the day so try some new things out and I think you'd find a new favorite way to hunt!rnrnThe second split was our best by far. The last 3 weeks of the season I started hunting the big water exclusively and it paid off in huge dividends! The tide was completely gone the last few weeks of the season and all the ducks were gathered by the 5-8,000s on shallow wigeon grass flats. I started setting up in the middle of these huge flats with 150-250 decoys. It was a TON of work and thank the Lord for tanglefree rigs but we were shooting 90% Grays and if you took the time to cover up correctly the ducks would give you as close of shots as you wanted. The evenings hunts were by far more productive and the way I was setting up on these flats that were about 50 yard diameter flats the Grays would come in perfectly for my customers. The birds were lift off the flats while we would setup and by no later than 4 we were usually done, not limits every hunt but the birds would all try coming back within the first 2 hours and that was it. I was hunting our pop-up blinds with a ton of bamboo, basically making our own islands with a huge very tightly placed decoy spread right in front of the blind. We had a GREAT time this year and like every year I learn more and more but this year the ducks taught me a ton. Thanks to all my customers who came on a hunt this year and we are already looking very forward to next season so whenever you'd like to talk duck hunting or to book a trip, please call 504-427-4973!!!rnrnThe Spring/Summer books are open to book your fishing trips guys and gals so don't wait until it's too late! Our estuary looks fantastic this year as we should have a HUGE influx of shrimp due to the amount of submerged vegetation. As you know, the fish are wherever the shrimp are and the Delacroix/Hopedale area gets the first batch up shrimp to show up each year and luckily that kicks off a little earlier trout bite for us and it tends to last a bit longer through the summer as well. Please check out my website and come down to Delacroix for a true world class fishing trip!rnrnRemember, weekends and holidays book quick so go to my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and BOOK NOW!!!!!

Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Get in while it's good!!!!!!
Only a few weeks left for this years season!!!!rnrnIt has been an outstanding duck season for us in Delacroix this year. We have had non stop action with plenty of fantastic hunts. We started off with swarms of Teal early in the season and the last few weeks have been mostly Gadwall. The big ducks have been decoying beautifully lately ever since we stopped hunting the boat blinds early in the season. We have a ton of ducks in our area right now and as long as we have some wind and decent weather, we are having great hunts. We spend a lot of time scouting and watching the ducks flight patterns which is a lot of work but it definitely pays off day in and day out. The season closes January 19 and I have spots open to get in on the action before it's too late! Please call and let us take you on a great hunt.rnrnPlease visit my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com or call me at 504-427-4973 and have a great new years!!!

Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Time to come Hunt!!!!
Merry Christmas from Cast and Blast Charters everyone!rnrnWe have had a fantastic week down here in Delacroix with large amounts of ducks that have set in around the marshes of Delacroix. The front that came down Sunday was a great push for us, the hard fronts that have rain with them always push alot more ducks down than a dry front and this one was a perfect example. The water rose Saturday and pushed out most of the Teal in our area and by Sunday 95% of what we saw was all Grays. It was a pleasant surprise and the ducks worked beautifully for us the last few days. We have actually shot a handful of Wigeon the last couple of days which is by far my favorite duck to hunt and they decoy perfectly usually. I still have spots open before the season closes on January 19 and it will only get better from here. I have alot of ponds that hold water no matter what and it makes a HUGE difference once we get into January with not many places for the ducks to sit and feed besides open water. We have had a fantastic season so far down in Delacroix on our property and we would love to have you down and put you and your group on some ducks. Give me a call to book your trip and you and your family have a blessed Holiday season!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and book your trip today!!!!

Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Delacroix on Fire!!!!
Castin and Blastin!!!!!rnrnWe have had a great few days down in Delacroix this week chasing the ducks and catching fish! The opening of the second split started this past Saturday and the birds were thick. The birds have been working really well for us especially the early morning Teal. Most of the Teal opportunities we had this weekend were all flocks of 20 plus which is amazing to watch but sometimes can cause a shooting challenge for my customers because it's very hard to pick a bird out the flock. The big ducks worked very well for us Sunday when the wind blew and the temps dropped but Monday through today the Teal have been the star of the show. We have alot of ducks right now but we just don't have the weather to move them, the ducks are all rafted up in big pods of coot and they literally turn the sky black when you see them. Saturday we finished quickly with 2 blinds of 18 ducks each, Sunday we had 24 in 23 minutes in my blind and 18 in under an hour in the other blind. Monday was a decent hunt with 4 of my guys dropping 15 and missing quite a bit all in good fun. Yesterday slowed up a good bit with the full moon and only managed 7 in 2 blinds. Today was like a light switch, I had 4 guys and we were done in 30 minutes with all Teal. We've been changing things up a bit lately, I've been using big spreads and putting the decoys in a very tight circle like pattern right in front of the blind to hopefully mimic the coot and the ducks are sitting right in our face inside the dekes. The Teal are all over down here right now and just like us, we all love shooting the big ducks but when you have a full moon, absolutely no wind and 70 degree weather, Teal are the main course! We will have a good next 2 days with 2 blinds each day and with more hunters out there the ducks should get spread out a bit more. We have a good front coming Sunday and I have a few openings before Christmas if you'd like to get in on the action give me a call.rnrnOn the fishing side, it can't get any better than it is right now. We have fished 2 boats the last 5 days after the hunts and have limited out everyday both boats. The trout are everywhere right now with the majority of the action coming later in the evening with the hard falling tide. We are fishing tightlined in about 10ft of water using 3/8oz jigs with a chartreuse swimbait. We are catching trout within 15 minutes of the dock and it doesn't get much better than that! The redfish aren't too far either and are ferocious. we are fishing the reds with live shrimp under a popping cork and luckily the last few days we have had a quick one stop shop on the reds, when you find them, they are thick! I have a few evenings left to fish this month and without needing to leave at the crack of dawn, it makes it that much easier to come down for a trip!rnrnDelacroix is on Fire right now and whether you'd like to hunt, fish or do both give me a call at 5044274973!!!rnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com

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Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Call Now!!!!
1 Opening left for Saturday!!!!rnrnI still have an opening for a group of up to 4 hunters for opening day of the second split this Saturday. We have alot of new birds with yesterdays front and we should have a great weekend! Call me at 504-427-4973 while it's still available!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com

Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

CALL NOW!!!!!
1 Opening left for Saturday!!!!rnrnI have an opening left for Saturday for up to 4 for the opening of the second split. We've been seeing a good amount of ducks the last few days while fishing and today was the most I've seen in 2 weeks or so. It's going to be a great second split with hopefully alot more fresh birds that will decoy a little better and give us some better shooting opportunities. I always prefer the second split because alot of people stop hunting because of the holidays and the ducks definitely work better in the areas we hunt. Generally our best hunts are after Christmas as we shoot alot more big ducks. The front coming through tonight will lock some fresh birds in for us so give me a call if you'd like to book for Saturday!!!!!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com

Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

December 14 can't come quick enough!!!
We had a great first split down in Delacroix the last few weeks and can't wait for December 14 when the second split opens up! We started off the first 2 weeks with quick limits and tons of shooting for my guests but if we were patient enough we were shooting alot of big ducks. I learned real quick this year that the big ducks wanted no part of the boat blinds, even with breaking up the shape and adding some brush. If I setup anywhere with an island that I could park the boat behind it made a huge difference but that isn't always an option when you try to be where the ducks want to be. I ended up hunting like the old days in a low profile blind on the shorelines which works in my area because I do have quite a few higher ridges. Unfortunately we dealt with alot of high water in the first split which really makes the boat blinds stand out even more because you become alot higher than the height of the marsh and these educated ducks nowadays want no part of it. As the second split arrives and we start getting more low tide days hunting the shorelines wont be an option everywhere so making low profile water blinds will work as long as they can be built as long before you hunt it as possible. All in all, we should have a great second split also but it's going to take a little more work to shoot ducks. My guides and I ended the first split with 519 ducks total which was a 4.76/duck per man/per hunt average. We shot mostly Teal, Grays, quite a few Redheads, Mottled Ducks, and a couple Pintail, Mallards, Widgeon, Woodies, Scaup, and Spoonies. I have a couple openings left for December and January so give me a call and come down to Delacroix for a true Southern Louisiana duck hunt! The Second Split runs from December 14-January 19 so don't wait too long before getting on the books!rnrnOn the fishing side, it can't get much better than it's been for a few weeks now. The speckled trout are literally everywhere! We are catching them in deep water, shallow water, and any kind of way you'd like to fish them, the plastics in pink or chartreuse have been working the best but don't leave the dock without Live Shrimp because everyday has been different as far as how picky they are! My customers that have wanted to fish after the duck hunt have limited out almost every trip the last few weeks and it definitely hasn't been a crack of dawn bite, as long as the water has been moving we've been able to get on the trout! The fishing down here right now is about as good as it gets anywhere and being only 45 minutes from New Orleans, Delacroix is easily accessible. I have openings for fishing trips the next few days before the next cold front hits and shuts them down for a little while, so give me a call at 504-427-4973.rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and book your Duck Hunt or Fishing Trip with Cast and Blast Charters!!!!

Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Another Great Day!!!!
Great Hunt today in Delacroix!!!!rnrnThe last 2 days I had the pleasure of Neal and Drew Worrell in town from Florida for a Cast and Blast yesterday and a hunt only today. Yesterday we started out the hunt with very high water due to the strong east winds and the birds just didn't move very much. I setup in one of my drive in blinds and we had quite a few looks for some flocks of Grays but they just didn't want to decoy at all. We wound up dropping 9 birds with 7 being Grays and 2 Teal. We ran back in about 9 and loaded up the Skeeter and took off for a beautiful evening fishing trip. We started off near the Twin pipeline and the trout were right where I left them on Tuesday. It took a few minutes to get them started as the tide was barely starting to fall, the fish were about 4ft under a popping cork with live shrimp but we also caught a bunch on the bottom dragging Opening Nights. The fish were bigger on plastic but with the slack tide we had to pick through the throwbacks. Theres tons of trout in the marsh right now, as long as you can get clean moving water you will find some fish. Neal and Drew caught a fish on just about every cast for 2 hours or so and finished with their 2 man limit by 1245. We decided to go try for a few reds, bouncing from point to point with not much happening. The high water has pushed the reds way back into the grass and we need a good falling tide to pull those fish out the grass. We picked up 2 keeper reds with a bunch of throwbacks and called it a day at 3pm.rnrnToday was a different day for the ducks and they decoyed perfectly! I decided to hunt out the marsh today because the ducks are so spooky of boat blinds its crazy. Everyone in southern Louisiana seems to hunt out of one and it shows, the best thing to do is to try to break it up with some brush or get behind an island, but that's not always possible. The high water makes it even harder in a boat blind because it makes you that much higher and height is a HUGE factor in the marshes down here. We tucked in the grass in one of my ponds and positioned the decoys to give us the closest shooting opportunities possible and it payed off in dividends!rnWe had Grays locking up a long distance away and never thinking twice about landing in on us. The Teal seem to be extremely spread out and with this front coming Saturday the water will fall back out and we will have a new influx of birds. Neal and Drew did some great shooting and filled their 2 man limit with 7 Grays, 3 Mottled Ducks and 2 Teal. It was a fantastic hunt to have ducks work the way they did today and they really were able to appreciate the little extra effort I did to make a good hunt on a not so good duck hunting day. We have some openings left before the season closes so Book your trip soon!!!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and Call me at 504-427-4973

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Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Delacroix on Fire!!!
Limits of Ducks and Trout Today!!!!rnrnI had the pleasure of taking Jim, Scott, and Joe again today for both a duck hunt and a fishing trip. We setup for the morning hunt with perfect conditions, except for the high water, but we had a stiff Northeast wind and gave our spread the look it needed. We saw a few Teal early but they didn't give us any looks as flock after flock was landing in the shallow flooded marsh. We had not fired a shell the first 30 minutes but then the light switch turned on and the birds started working. The big ducks were flying so low today, 5-10ft off the water and luckily we were hunting a big pond where I could spot them a long ways but first flock of Grays comes in perfectly and we drop 4, then a couple groups of Redheads, a couple Teal and a pair of Mottled ducks to round out their 18 bird limit. We ended with 7 Grays, 6 Teal, 3 Redheads and 2 Mottled Ducks. The morning was action packed with alot of missing and some hitting but they had a ball and had never watched Grays work in the marsh and now they are hooked!rnrnWe got back to the dock about 930 and loaded up in the Bay boat for a midday fishing trip. We started fishing at 1030 and number 75th trout came in the boat at 1227!! It was a one stop shop for us, luckily the water was still clear where the trout have been and the wind direction was perfect to cast downwind. The fish were in about 7ft of water and wanted nothing but Live Shrimp under a popping cork. We had a few throwbacks but no more than probably 15 as the last few days has been almost 1 to 1 ratio. The fish are all over in Delacroix right now and should remain consistent for a while!!!!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com to book a Duck Hunt, Fishing Trip, or a Cast and Blast!!!!!

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Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Limits in Delacroix!!!!
Fantastic Hunt This Morning!!!!rnrnI had the pleasure of Jim, Scott, and Joe down from Atlanta for a warm weather duck hunt. We left the dock a little later this morning since it stormed all night long and luckily about 5 minutes into the boat ride the rain quit completely and didn't start again until we were picking up decoys. We setup about 10 minutes late and the wind completely went to nothing, no movement in the decoys at all. The first 20 minutes we barely saw a duck but all of a sudden the marsh came alive and the birds started moving around. I put a large spread of about 60 decoys out and with no wind at all the ducks decoyed perfectly! We had 15 down by 710 with most of them being teal, I was kind of reluctant to think the big ducks would even give us a look as it got later without wind but they liked what they saw and the grays started giving us perfect decoying shots. We finished off our 4 man limits by 820 with 12 teal, 7 Grays, 2 Mottled Ducks, 1 Woodie and 2 Shovelers! It was a great hunt with great guys and was very pleased with the amount of ducks still with the weather we have and how good they decoyed! You can't kill them unless you go, so give me a call and come down and enjoy the beautiful marshes of Delacroix!!!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and call me at 504-427-4973

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Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Delacroix is LOADED!!!
Fantastic hunt this morning!!!!rnrnHad the pleasure again today of taking Jeremy and Miranda for another hunt today and they had a blast!!! Right at first light we had flocks of 15-30 teal landing in our decoys a few minutes before shooting time so we were able to enjoy the scenery. As soon as shooting time arrived it was non-stop action until we were done at 7am with our 3 man limits. We ended the hunt with 1 Greenhead, 2 Grays, and the rest teal. We had a ton of big ducks and teal that came down with the front last night and we were debating on passing on the teal early and wait for the big ducks but we took advantage of what mother nature gave us! We sat in the blind about 45 minutes after our limits and just watched the grays and mallards work the decoys. We had a ton of big ducks today and even though it was windy they didn't start moving until about 730 but almost every gray was in a flock of 8-15. We saw a fair amount of Mallards this morning, not Black Mallards, Greenhead mallards. We might have seen a total of 75-100 but unfortunately I don't think they will stay long but it was a great treat for this morning! The front last night was a true artic front that came due south and not from the Northeast like we have had the last few years and it pushed TONS of ducks down! We are setup for days of great hunting with the birds that are here and plenty of feed to hold them! We will be back at it tomorrow and try to work the grays a little bit more tomorrow so I will keep everyone posted. Stay safe out there and have fun!rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and call me anytime at 504-427-4973

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Waterfowl Hunting

Delacroix Island in Southeast Louisiana

Good Hunt!!!
Limits this morning!!!rnrnHad a good hunt this morning with Miranda and Jeremy from Mississippi. The morning started off a little slow without any wind but luckily the birds wanted in either way. Our ponds are extremely packed with grass right now and I've been using very large decoy spreads to catch the ducks attention and it's been paying off. The biggest thing I've noticed so far already is that the ducks are steadily getting more and more skiddish of boat blinds! Every hunt I make I break up myself with some brush to blend in better and it helps a ton. We ended the hunt this morning with our 3 man limits consisting of 2 pintails, 1 gray and 15 teal. The wind switched to the north about 10am and blew like crazy this evening. This front is a true artic front that is coming from due north and not northeast so it will definitely pack some more birds down here for us and we should easily be able to hold them with the feed we have unless it warms up back into the 80's. I have a few openings left in November and December but get on the books soon as it's booking up.rnrnPlease check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and call me at 504-427-4973

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