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What a windy morning that turned into a beautiful afternoon. Overall, afternoon fishing turned on. The morning fishing was kind of rough due to the wind we still had. The weather the next few days should be great for fishing. It has cooled down making fishing all the better. We advise, if you get some free time, get down here to Delacroix. The trout are all over the interior marshes of Delacroix. Fishing is only going to improve from this point on. So, don't waste time. Book any lodging or charters you need NOW! Cause we are booking up quickly. It is a great time of the year for charters with some of the best captains around. Captain Jack has been in the charter business for many years, and he knows what he is doing. Along with some more of the captains. Need lodging down in Delacroix? We have the comfiest, reasonably priced, most conveniently located spot in Delacroix. Can't get better than lodging right here at Sweetwater Marina itself. Literally walk across the street and hop in your boat in the morning. Don't forget about the food trailer we have open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday! Now serving hot wings and gumbo! Everything is delicious! The number to call and preorder along with other things on the menu are down below! We can't wait to see you here at Sweetwater Marina, the Marina that truly appreciates and loves our customers! Hope to see ya asap! It'll be worth the trip!

Don't forget that our guys do offer the best fish cleaning service around! They will have your fish cleaned super speedy, yet with great quality! So, see Tony or Mr. Ronnie after a long day of fishing...relax, while the guys take care of cleaning your catch! I know they appreciate the customers that let them clean their fish, as do we!
The picture is from today..one of our customers!
Remember we do have non-ethanol fuel, ice, tackle, live bait, dead bait, maps, gps chips, bugspray, sunscreen, drinks, snacks, oil and anything you might need for a great day on the water!
We also offer A+ service! We will launch your boat for you, park your vehicle, give you golf court rides to and from your vehicle, point you to all the hotspots and anything else you may need help with!
Also, don't forget about our food trailer! Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am until 5pm! We also do call in orders! So, if you would like to start doing that, please call 504-206-9588! We offer shrimp poboys, pulled pork sandwiches, hamburgers, gumbo, fries, hot wings and drinks! It's absolutely delicious! So, come see Chef Ricky ASAP!
If you are interested in booking lodging or charters, please call 504-342-2368!
Charters- are $750 for up to 4 anglers! The captain provides everything! The only thing you need to bring is lunch and drinks for yourselves, something to bring your cleaned and packaged fish home in and a fishing license! If you don't have a Louisiana fishing license, you will need to get a 3 day charter license! For more info call the number above!
Lodging-we have units that sleep up to 6 people and are $160.50 per night! They are in the best location in Delacroix! Right across from the Marina! You can leave your boat in the water! Launches are free! Linens, towels, rags, silverware, plates, bowls and cups are all in the room! There is a coffee pot (with everything needed to make the coffee), griddle, fridge, freezer, sink and charcoal grills outside of each room! The bedroom contains 2 bunk beds with full bottom and twin top! In the living room area, there is two sofas (one is a sofa sleeper and a television with cable! And a full size bathroom! There is wifi available! So, don't pass up on the opportunity to stay in our convenient, cozy lodge! Call the number above for reservations!
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Re: Sweetwater Marina
Headed down Tuesday with Francis and Tony to try our luck. Bays were full of birds and the specs were active below them. Caught 5-6 keeper specs and several throwbacks under each set of birds. Stayed at Sweetwater Tuesday night and spoke to Capt Jack who headed us down the pipeline canal past Oak River. Wednesday morning we once again found birds and, despite howling 15 mph winds out of the NE, managed a near limit of keeper specs and three 20-inch reds. Threw back many small reds & trout, plus the assorted catfish, croakers, stingrays, sheepshead and one 3' gar. The guys had a ball catching fish after a monster high had set in with plenty of wind and white caps.

Thanks, Capt Jack, for guidance and a good time!

CCAguns
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