Millertime Fishing Charters
3370 Bayou Dularge Rd
Theriot, LA 70397
Contact: Travis Miller
Phone: 985-981-6434
Email: tmiller2020@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.miller-timefishingcharters.com

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Millertime Fishing Charters - Specializes in catching speckled trout and redfish. Welcome to Millertime Fishing Charters where Capt. Travis Miller aims for customer satisfaction. He is a true working man that enjoys spending time on the water putting his customers on fish. Capt. Travis focuses his attention on speckled trout and redfish year around. He has been seen on tv with Castin Cajun and in multiple articles in Louisiana Sportsman and Laspecks.com. His favorite thing to hear at the end of a fishing trip is "that was the best trip I have ever had"! If you want to catch fish and enjoy a joking atmosphere while doing it give Capt. Travis Miller a call.

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Freshwater Fishing

South Central Louisiana

Louisiana has everything
Following my charter on Saturday I headed to a buddy's camp for two days of hunting nutria, bass fishing, and frogging. The main reason we were going were to shoot nutria but we couldn't pass on everything Louisiana has to offer. For those that have never done it, well I'll just say it's awesome and if you get a chance to go you need to jump on it. All you need is a 12 gauge and/or a 22 along with plenty of ammo. In between hunts we wetted a line. Fishing Matrix Shad on gold spinners in shallow ponds with lilies and underwater grass patches. We caught some big footballs that we released and kept the eaters for dinner. We even got in a short frogging session. Here is a short video of a nice bass I caught.rnrnhttp://youtu.be/HgH6uACyfrM

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

2/21/15 Windy reds and convicts
I helped out Capt. Marty with his MMR crew. Brandon and Greg jumped on the Bluewave with me. When it's blowing 25mph all day the only strategy we had was to stay as protected as possible and catch whatever bites. I kept the crew protected and they did a great job catching whatever bit. Soaking shrimp caught our convicts while 1 red came on a gold spoon and 3 came on Vortex Purple Haze on a spinner caught the reds in the ponds. Turned out to be a pretty good meat haul in tough conditions. Thanks Capt. Marty for setting the trip up. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

2/15/15 Went for the meat haul!
Mark Carlise and crew were on the Bluewave this morning. A very foggy start which had us leave the Reel Inn well after daybreak. This was the crews first time on a charter trip and so the plan was to go after the meat fish by soaking shrimp. We hit two stops with a handful of fish in the K2 and then pay dirt. The crew started catching reds, drum, and heads right away. We even had a few trout hit the bait shrimp. In between netting and baiting hooks I chunked the Shrimp Creole Matrix to test for trout, I hooked a trout on the first cast. I caught a couple more and once I realized it wasn't a fluke The guys threw on the plastic. We got on a good bite and put 22 in the box before it slowed and the guys switched back to the bait shrimp. By 11:30 the K2 was stuffed. We caught another 8-10 heads with a handful of big nasty's that went back in the water before we called it a day. Conditions were perfect outside of the early fog. The bulk of our fish were caught in 6ft of water with the water temperature being 60. rnrnLike us on Facebook:rnhttps://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

2/7/15 Have to love February fishing
I've enjoyed a little time off with a trip to a Puerto Rico but it was back to work this morning. February is a very inconsistent month to fish. Sometimes you go out looking for reds and you find trout and vice versa. Water temp plays a big part. Steve Orgeron, Chad, and Brad joined me on the Bluewave. We started drifted bayous near some ponds with our Green Hornet Matrix. Water was low so the thought was to find the reds coming out of the shallow ponds to a little deeper while the tide was falling. To my surprise our first fish was a trout. Then a red and back and forth. Not lighting the world on fire with 6 trout 3 reds and a big freshwater cat we headed further north in search of some more trout. With only a throwback to show we switched gears to soaking bait shrimp on the bottom. Bingo the guys were fighting fish every cast. A ton of rat reds but we did find 7 keeper reds, 2 puppy drum, and 24 heads in just one spot. Once the tide slacked the bite shut down and took it to the dock. Big thanks to Capt. Marty for setting up the trip. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

1/25/15 Stuffed K2
Back at it again this morning. Jeff Brown and crew jumped on the Bluewave. We found a patchy fog as we headed out. We started where we crushed them yesterday afternoon. For the first 45 minutes we didn't have a bite but I wasn't too concerned since the water temperature was 50 and the sun was coming up. We started catching a few on bait shrimp and then the reds wanted the plastic. They came in spurts but still overall a slow bite. I held out until around 10 since every red was loaded with leeches I was hoping the sun would help but I couldn't take it anymore. With 13 in the K2 we made a move to a point and soaked some shrimp and it was automatic. Guys were hooked up with a fish every cast. Problem was that most were too small. We did put 4 puppy drum and 6 heads in the k2 before Capt. T Luv called me up to tell me he was on the reds every cast. We were only a few hundred yards away so we made the short move. As soon as the power pole was down the guys were hooked up on their Green Hornet Matrix. It didn't take long for the K2 to be stuffed full. The team work made all the difference from an ok catch to a great catch. Very fortunate to work with some great, unselfish guides. If you want to get in on the action and fish with a great team of guides give me a call.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

1/24/15 Very quick afternoon trip
After meeting with the electrician for the dock at the Reel Inn. Good buddies Lonnie and Leonard jumped on the Bluewave. I had plan to scout for my charter tomorrow but a few of our group of captains fished the morning and crushed the reds so we didn't have to go searching we went on a quick limit mission. We found just that. The reds were stacked on top of each other. They favored a smoke grub and bunker swimbait. Timing is everything right now. When the cold fronts push those water temps in the low 50's or 40's the reds stack up in the deeper water and as the sun goes up the reds move to the flats to heat up. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

1/17/15 Mixed bag
Mark and Robbie joined me on the Bluewave today. The guys wanted to make a hunt so we started late. The late start might have made a big difference today since the majority of the action came on the falling tide which we only had for about an hour. I thought a limit of reds was going to be a no brainer with Mark starting us off as soon as the boat stopped with 3 keeper reds. He was throwing the bunker tsunamis which I included a picture of what the reds were eating. Talk about match the hatch! The water temperature was 50.8 when we started and finished at 54. We worked the area for the first hour and put a decent mess of reds and trout together with a lonely flounder. The rat reds were also thick. The trout preferred the Green Hornet Matrix bounced off the bottom. Once the tide switched and started to come in things got real tough. We made a bunch of moves but from the tide switch we had to grind it out the rest of the afternoon. I'm not sure how the morning bite was but from talking with a handful of boats and the guy running the Jugs dock the afternoon bite was tough. If you're fishing, stick with the falling tide, it creates less area for the fish to go which will increase your catch. Thanks Capt. Marty for setting up the trip.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Match the hatch!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

1/13/15 Just a few hours
I've been spending more time in the blind the last week or so than on the water. Today I got out for a solo trip on the Bluewave after Capt. Josh and I built our fish cleaning station for the new dock. I left out of the Reel Inn around 1:30. I made a total of two stops. The first stop I found the reds stacked up on a shelf near some deeper water. Water temp was 56 so the reds are hanging near that deep water right now ready for another cold front. With the low water levels it's like taking candy from a baby. If took me about 30 minutes to put 5 keepers in the K2 and 4 throwbacks. The reds were eating up my Blazin Hornet Vortex Shad with slow steady retrieval. I decided to head a little north to see if I could find some trout to play. I started off in about 6ft of water and a falling tide. Chunking my Blazin Hornet I hooked one but then it was a bunch of short strikes. I switched to a little smaller bait, a bunker tsunami and that was the ticket. I had to call it a day with 5 reds and 16 trout because I had to meet Pete with Hi and Dry Boat Lifts at 4:30. He's doing an excellent job installing our new lifts in case anyone needs a lift guy. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

1/2/15 Making memories
We often get caught up with all the hustle of daily life. Today I had Vaughn and his son Will on the Bluewave. The guys came in from Texas for the Sugar Bowl. With the weather forecast and the guys schedule we made an afternoon trip. The guys didn't care what they caught and really just wanted to have an experience on the water together. We left the Reel Inn a little after noon. Prior to launching I talked with my team of captains about how tough the trout bite was in the morning I decided the best bet for the guys to have fun catching was to soak some shrimp. Surprisingly the reds/drum/heads were in lock jaw for our first 6 stops. Only spending 5-10 minutes per spot we had been fishing for a good hour before our first bite. The guys were great, cracking a beer and enjoying the marsh. The 7th stop had sheepsheads and rat reds on the line pretty much everycast. Once the guys had enough they wanted to try and catch a speckled trout since they had never done that. Off we went . We were able to pick up 2 keepers before calling it a day. Today I saw the importance of spending time on the water with a father and son and not the emphasis on catching a bunch of fish or targeting a specific species. Definitely made me think of how people view life on the water. Good stuff!rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Really what life is all about!
That\'s what it\'s all about!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

12/30/14 At it again!
The Bluewave was busy this morning with Daniel Louque and Jody Falcon. At daybreak we were on our way. We decided to stay protected today as the wind picked up and the temperature seemed to lower as the day went on. We only found fish at two locations but luckily that was enough to fill the K2 up. The bite started off slow but the trout were aggressive knocking the crap out of our Green Hornet Matrix Shad. As the day went on the bite got better. With 29 trout on ice we found a pocket holding fish and we got on a steady bite. We put another 40 on ice along with some bass before the bite shutdown and we took it to the dock. The trout ran on average of 14 inches while the bass mostly ran small.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

12/29/14 Sweet Revenge
The Bluewave was at it again this morning. After having the fish win on Friday it was nice to be back on the water. Bob Opperman, his son Robert, and good friend Earl who were with me looking for some revenge. Our first stop had us drifting with Shrimp Creole Matrix under a cork. It was a slow bite with only 8 trout and 2 reds hitting the K2. Once we moved we switched to the Green Hornet tight lined and we got on a solid bite. We trolled around sticking some here and there adding a few bass. The last move proved to be the best action of the day. We had multiple double and triple hook ups. We went from 55 trout to 85 in no time. As the bite slowed to a crawl the guys were happy with the 95 trout and 15 bass to go with their 2 reds so we took it to the dock. Big thanks to Capt. Gerald for taking care of Ricky's crew from Arkansas. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

12/26/14 Fish are safe
Donnie Lemoine was back on the Bluewave along with his buddy Ronnie. We had no idea what we were in store for. Conditions were decent but we found the trout had lock jaw. We covered a ton of water and just couldn't find them wanting to bite. We stuck with the plastics and the search for trout since that's what the guys wanted. We did find some bass willing to play but not anything to keep us content. The last week has been tough. We have fished north to south and haven't found any trout stacked up. We have been finding a lot of undersized reds with maybe a 3 to 1 ratio of throwbacks to keepers and some bass to add some color to the K2. If you have been fishing DU the last week and struggled don't feel bad and if you have caught consider yourself lucky to be one of the few. No bull on this report, but Dularge is too good to be in a slump for too long so keep your eyes on the reports and we will continue to fill you in on when the fishing gets better. Thanks Capt. Marty for taking care of Ethan Koobs and his girl.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

12/22/14 Butt kicked!!
Tough day today, days like these will happen to everyone so no reason not to post. I had a few speckled trout virgins onboard and our start wasn't good, we didn't get so much as a sniff at our first stop. We didn't stay long and fortunately we found a dozen trout at our second stop letting our Green hornet Matrix drift in the current. We lost a few and had a bunch of short strikes. We made a few more moves with only a red to show. I decided it was time to make a long run and try something different and as soon as I stopped the Bluewave we hooked up on a shrimp creole under a cork. I thought finally but we only picked up a handful more and then nothing. Off we went, another red and a rat red. Off we went to find a few bass and a red. That was the theme, 'off we went'. We found a few more trout and by a little after noon the guys called uncle so we took it to the dock. I've seen and had worse days but it's not the type of trip we pride ourselves on but that's why it's called fishing. In the end a 30 fish day could be worse but it just shows how spoiled we are. Got some cold weather coming so I expect the fishing to get back on track next week. Hope everyone enjoys their Christmas. Thanks Capt. Marty for setting up the trip.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Brandt\'s first ever trout
Wilson\'s first ever speck

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

12/13/14 A Duck and a Gato
Marty Hayden was back onboard the Bluewave with Duck and Gato. They brought some friends so I needed reinforcements. Capt. Rob and Josh helped me out with the big group. The guys stayed at the Reel Inn and just had to walk downstairs to jump onto our boats. We all took off at daybreak trying to cover a lot of water since the trout bite in lower Dularge has been challenging the last couple of days. I hit 2 spots with only 8 trout hitting the K2. The guys knew I've been on a good bass bite lately so I mentioned we were going to go take a look and see if the bass were hungry and the guys' eyes lit up like a Christmas tree. Within minutes Duck put a 2 plus pound bass in the boat. We drifted some Roseau cane picking up bass after bass with little holes in the cane producing multiple fish and in one case up to 10 plus bass. With 28 bass on ice the bite shut down. We drifted a ditch and picked up 13 trout before calling it a day. The bass wanted the Green Hornet Matrix Shad while the trout wanted the Shrimp Creole Matrix Shad. Thanks Capt. Josh and Rob for helping out and showing the guys a good time.rnrnLike us on Facebook:rnhttps://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Duck with a nice bass

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

12/11/14 Short and Sweet with Frac-Chem
I helped out with a 3 boat charter today. The guys had a lot of fun at the Reel Inn last night which made for a late departure. Mark and Ben joined me on the Bluewave. We got on some trout pretty quick tight lining Matrix Shad Shrimp Creole in about 3 foot of water. Letting the bait drift in the tide with a very slow retrieval. We had some throwbacks thrown in but action is action and if it takes some throwbacks to get trout into the K2 so be it. We pretty much stayed one area all morning. We did get on a decent bite with the shrimp creole under a cork so it's good to switch back and forth to find out what the fish want. We finished the morning in a bass hole further north to give the guys a little color in the box. Thanks Capt. T Lovell for setting up the trip.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

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