Amberjack season kicked off in Louisiana Friday May 1 and professional bass angler Gerald Spohrer wasted no time getting after them. In about 300 feet of water using jigs, Spohrer and his crew easily caught their limit. According to Spohrer, there are plenty of Amberjack to be caught and anglers should take full advantage of the open season.
This bite is as good as it gets!
Marsh Man Masson and his buddy Chris Macaluso set out deep into the marshes of Plaquemines Parish to see what fish they could find. […]
Trout crushing a lure that looks like a pinfish
Chas Champagne took the new “PinFish” X-Shad from Matrix Shad to the Trestles to really put it to the test. […]
Catch and cook: Fishing grass beds in clear water
Jared Serigné goes sight fishing for redfish. The grass ponds had super clear water and he caught enough fish for a catch and cook. […]
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