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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Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

4/17/15 At it again!!!
We were at it again this morning. I helped Capt. Marty out with his Inolect crew. We got a late start waiting for the wind to calm a little because of the passing storms. Lonnie, Jamie, Hue, and Mike jumped on the Bluewave and we were off. The first hour or two it wasn't looking good but when the winds calmed down the trout bite turned on even tho the water wasn't the prettiest. We fished a reef 3-5ft deep with Shrimp Creole under a cork and a double rigged blueback tsunamis. Both were equally successful. Thanks Capt. Marty for the trip. Thanks Capt. Rob for taking care of Daniel Louque and the Jamaican crew. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

4/16/15 Jamaica on da bayou
Daniel Louque brought in some friends from Jamaica to get in on some fishing. Not your normal Jamaican crew tho, Ewing from Scotland and Wayne who is Chinese are transplants to Jamaica. The rain pushed us back to leaving around 10:45. The wind was blowing over 20 so bull reds was the plan. I stopped at a 3ft reef on the way. Water was dirty but we threw a few cast and picked up a trout and missed a handful of more. Then to a cut where Wayne caught a keeper red. Figuring our best shot to get a tug was soaking crabs, as soon as we pulled up it was on. The guys wore out around 2:30. We decided to take a look at a couple stops for trout and with dirty water we found a nice mess of trout. We called it a day with 20 trout. Right when we got back to the Reel Inn it started to rain so timing seemed to be on our side. The green hornet under a cork worked best for the trout and 2oz Carolina rig with half a crab had the bull reds going crazy. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

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Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

4/15/15 Trout Beat down!
All this bad weather has really put a damper on our opportunity to chase trout. Capt. Rob and I saw a window in the weather and hopped on the Bluewave for a quick afternoon trip. We found some decent water and Capt. Rob started us off with a hammer. We made a couple hundred yard drift and put 4 trout in the K2. I decided to start chunking a Shrimp Creole under a cork and it was game on. The trout wanted the bait sitting in the strike zone worked fairly slowly.The bite slowed at 28 so we made a move to a reef and Capt. Rob and I couldn't keep the trout off our lines. The trout were smashing my Green Hornet tightlined. We made quick work of our remaining limit before taking it to the house. The good news is the fish are eating up, the bad news is the weather is making it difficult. I have a crew in from Jamaica so I'm hoping the storms let us get out this afternoon. If that happens I'll report how it goes.rnrnFor more up to date reports like us on Facebook:rnhttps://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

4/11/15 Missouri Redfish Masters
Ryan O'Callaghan's crew were back for round 2 on the Bluewave. The weather got a little nasty just as we expected. Since the guys caught the trout yesterday we targeted the big fish today. Pretty slack tide when we pulled up. 2 oz. Carolina rigs with half of a crab went flying and the black beauties struck first. Might of had 5 before the first red peeled drag. The tide started coming in and the big reds responded. It was touch and go for a few of the fights since we were using light tackle. A few reds took 15 plus minutes to wear down. The guys called it an early day since they had a lot of driving ahead of them.rnrnLike us on Facebook:rnrnhttps://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

4/10/15 Missouri Trout Masters
Ryan O'Callaghan, Chuck, and Rick came down from Missouri while Ryan's dad Pat met them from Baton Rouge. First time for Chuck and Rick to fish in LA so they were excited. The morning actually started really tough. Weather was nice but the trout were elusive. We covered a lot of area and our team of guides were having a fairly tough time too. At 10:30 we 4 trout and a red. One thing great about Louisiana's fishing is the more you move around the better chance you will find them and with some teamwork we finally found a decent bite around 11. We stuck with it until 2 and finished with a nice box of trout. Most were caught with a Green Hornet but we did catch some on a Shrimp Creole under a cork. We fished cuts, points, reefs, you name it we hit it. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

4/8/15 A bunch of first...
Today was a bunch of first for my crew. Rob Landry with his 10yr old boy Blake and his 14yr old twins Charlie and Will joined me on the Bluewave. The boys hadn't ever caught a speck or a red nor had ever casted a spinning reel. All that changed today. I tried to give them a little bit of everything to experience and luckily everything worked out. We spent the first couple of hours searching for trout. We found a lot of dirty water with the incoming tide but in some dingy water we got on a decent bite tight lining a green hornet matrix Shad on a 1/4oz golden eye. The green hornet works awesome in dingy water. We repeated the drift twice which was the ticket. The next step was keeper reds, surprising I was checking a point and when I pulled up the water was a light chocolate milk, we made a few cast since we were there and we instantly started catching rat reds. We probably caught 15 or so with 4 of them reaching the 16in mark. I wanted to get the boys on some bigger reds so we turned to soaking some shrimp on some weirs. Only a freshwater cat was caught. I always get a little anxious with kids on board because I never want them to go thru long stretches of not catching so I hit a 2-3ft deep reef that seems to always produce at least a few fish with a shrimp creole under a cork. We picked up another 5-7 trout with some throwbacks so the boys attention was back on fishing. I saved the best for last. I headed to the pass with some cracked crab on 2 oz Carolina rigs. It took about 5 minutes for the first big red to start pulling drag. The boys caught about 10 before we had to take it to the dock. Always a sweet site watching the boys see reds 33-40inches come to the top of the water. All the big reds were released so go get you some.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/30/15 Follow the bait...
Jason Hattaway came down from Alabama with his brother Jeff and their dad Kenneth. The guys walked down the Reel Inn stairs at daybreak and jumped onto the Bluewave. Slick calm conditions most of the morning which was a positive and a negative. The gnats were out but the trout were biting. I started on a reef about 3ft deep. The guys were catching on Shrimp Creole under a cork while I was picking at them with a Green Hornet tight lined. A lot of throwbacks but with the calm conditions I spotted some trout busting bait so we trolled that way and that's how we located the bigger trout. Powerpole down and once the school left we located another bait ball. We continued that until the falling tide slowed and the bite fell apart. We moved to more open water further south and drifted a reef in 6ft of water. The trout favored the cork so we stuck with it and were rewarded with mostly keepers. Like a light switch the wind kicked up and shut down our bite. We made several moves with some of the areas the water being trash while the fishable water was still dingy. We picked up a few more fish and pulled the 'one more stop' out. That one more stop turned into an hour stop with 2 drifts over a shallow reef. First pass we caught a handful of keepers so we made another drift with about the same results. Probably could've just kept drifting and catching but the day was getting late and we were tired so we took it to the house. Still a lot of dirty water in DU but as long as u can see the boot of your trolling motor you should give it a shot. rnrnLike us on FB for on the water reports:rnrnhttps://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Trout were spitting out little croakers

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/22/15 Quick Trip
Back at it again this morning with Scott and Garrett on the bluewave. We had 5 boats running the Cajun Industries crew and we didn't have a lot of time to catch because the guys only wanted to fish for a couple of hours since most had long drives home. The wind was up this morning so some of the areas we caught yesterday were off limits. We all spread out, I started on a flat in 3 foot of water with a good incoming tide. We found a bunch of rat reds and a throwback trout. As I was drifting out of the area we hooked a nice trout. We put 5 quick on ice and then nothing. From the sound of it the bite was slow all over so I stuck it out and it paid off. Not a ton of fish but the trout were mostly 15-18 inches and the rat reds were all over the area. We did manage to catch 2 keeper reds but probably 20 others were 15 inches. Green Hornet Matrix on a 1/4 oz Golden Eye jighead slow rolled did the trick. Thanks Captains Marty, Chris, Josh, and Rob for your hard work this weekend. rnrnFollow us in Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3-21-15 Big Group having a great time
We had 6 boats running this morning out of the Reel Inn with Cajun Industries. All the captains did a great job putting everyone on the fish. I had Scott and Garrett with me on the Bluewave. Our biggest issue was catching undersized trout. They came out thick with a few keepers mixed in. Not sure how many small trout we had but it had to be at least 6 to 1 ratio. Shrimp Creole Matrix under cork did most of the catching. We stuck with it and was able to catch a nice box of trout before turning our attention to reds. One spot on the reds and the guys caught probably close to 20 with 7 making the K2 along with a couple of flounders. We even caught a surprise jack. Overall the fish cooperated and the guys had a good time. Thanks Captains Marty, Chris, Josh, Rob, and Lonnie for taking care of the Cajun crew.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/20/15 Troutskies!
Big D and Mattier joined me today on the Bluewave. A windless morning had us venturing thru the fog. Our first stop was a 3 ft reef and the gnats were biting a lot better than the specks. We only picked up 3 specks and we were off. Next stop was a cut with the water falling out. We actually saw gulls diving on bait so I trolled to them and it was on. Keepers and throwbacks mixed in. When the birds would leave I would just watch for bait to bust the water to find the school. We put 51 in the K2 before everything came to a halt. The next stop was a reef in open water about 6ft deep. The second cast was a 21 inch trout. We put 6 total in the K2 that measured 18-21inches. With 60 in the K2 we hit a a couple points to finish it off. All but 2 fish were caught on a shrimp creole Matrix under a cork.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/18/15 Wisconsin crew slimed up the Bluewave
We had a 3 boat bachelor party today. I had the Wisconsin guys with me on the Bluewave. We left out of the a Reel Inn in some foggy conditions. Once we arrived at our first location within a few cast Mark, Bo, and Derrick had a triple hook up. With Opa reeling one in not long after I knew we were going to have a great day. The trout were on a flat about 2 foot deep. We started chunking the shrimp creole Matrix under a cork but about midway thru the bite we found the bite to be better on a green hornet Matrix tight lined. With 67 in the K2 the bite shut down and we were on the move. We worked over a few cuts and points catching a few here and there before the guys called it a day at noon. The trout bite is getting better everyday and today was the first spring day we found big school of them in one spot. Thanks Capt. Marty for setting up the trip. Now is the time to book your spring and summer trips. rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/14/15 Die Hards
David Smith and his friends Richard and Neil were on the Bluewave this morning. Seemed like the weatherman was off. We had a stiff west wind at daybreak. We hit a few spots looking for trout with only 8 and a red to show. The guys really wanted some reds so we turned our attention to them. It took us a little bit to find them but we found them stacked up in a cut. Most were 22-25 inches. We did have to throw back around 10 undersized. The reds were all caught on bait shrimp on the bottom in about 4ft of water. Instead of calling it a day the guys wanted to go catch more trout. With the day getting late we hit a cut with the water falling out and we started chunking our Shrimp Creole Matrix under a cork. We started catching right away but most were throwbacks. We did box a handful before we called it a day. When we pulled into the Reel Inn the guys hopped into their boat (they brought it down and fished yesterday) and headed back out. That's what I call diehard especially since they had to still drive back to Rustin. The weather is finally getting right so get out there and enjoy. If you're looking for a charter trip give me a call.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/12/15 The transition has begun
The third and final day with my Kansas crew was a windy one on the Bluewave. Rick Hunley and crew have spent 3 days down in Dularge at the Reel Inn and we saved the best for last. We started out chunking Shrimp Creole Matrix under a cork on a flat near some deep water. We picked up 6 and a red within a matter of minute and then ice cold. That was the trout story of the day. Keep moving and pick up a few here and there. We worked from the interior marsh to the lakes and found fish everywhere but not schooled up. After a few hours and making my circle around Dularge we stopped in a cove with the water pushing in. I had the guys switch to some bait shrimp on a 1/4oz jighead and it was game on. The reds were stacked on top of one another. The guys had a blast catching one after another. The spring trout are starting to turn on. It's not where we want it to be yet but you can put a nice box together if you are willing to put in the time. rnrnLike us on Facebook:rnhttps://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/11/15 Kansas boys at it again
Rick Hunley and his Kansas boys were back on the Bluewave this morning for round 2. We started off in foggy conditions and the trout cooperated. Not an insane bite but better than yesterday. We picked up 20 at our first stop and decided to move around looking for a faster bite. We found trout at most spots we stopped. The trout are scattered and are all about the Shrimp Creole Matrix under a cork. They are also very skittish as they would pull down the bait a few times before you could hook them. A lot of swing and misses but we were able to put a good mess in the K2. We took it to the house before the rain came and surprisingly it held out for most of the day.rnrnLike us on Facebook:rnhttps://m.facebook.com/MillerTimeFishingChartersLlcrnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

3/10/15 Trout in lower DU
The trout have made an appearance in lower DU. Rick Hundley's crew joined me this morning on the Bluewave. The guys are down from Kansas. There was no option to reschedule due to the rain so we made the best of it. We left out of the Reel Inn a little after 7. We started off on a point with the guys catching a red and 2 puppy drum quick and then nothing. It was a good start considering Jared said it was the first fish he's caught in 30yrs. Lol We took off in search of the trout. We found a decent bite but the guys had their share of trouble hooking them and then getting them into the boat. All I needed to say was the net was coming out and they didn't miss another. We worked over the area before the sky started falling around 11. All the trout fell for a Shrimp Creole Matrix under a cork. I tried multiple times to tight line but had no takes. Many of the trout had sores on their bellies from laying in the mud thru the winter but they were suspended today. The trout bite should continue to get better as long as the cold fronts are over. Now is the time to book you spring trip so give us a call.rnrnCapt. Travis Millerrn985-981-6434rnwww.miller-timefishingcharters.com

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