Can anyone recommend an outboard mechanic in the Houma area?
Today I received a couple emails stating that it is now illegal to have open alcohol containers on a boat. Can someone confirm or deny this?
Hit Dularge early this morning and headed out to the the pickets. We were the only boat out there for about an hour. We caught trout on live shrimp and crokers. We had more success with shrimp, but larger trout on croker. The three of us ended the day with 65 trout, heading back in at 11:30. Most of the fish were 13/14 inches, had a few in the 18/20 inch range and one that went 25'.
Until next time keep your lines tight and wet, just like your women.
Hit Dularge early this morning. Started off at the Pickets using live shrimp. The bite was steady and the trout were a nice size. Once we ran out of shrimp we move to coon point and through plastics and top water. The fish caught on plastic were small, we had to through a bunch back. But the ones we caught on top water were all hogs. We ended the day with 72 nice trout. We got back in before the rain began to fall.
Does anyone know or has anyone heard when the Bonnet Carrie Spillway will be closing? Or atleast begin the closing process?
Has there been any word on when the Bonnet Carrie Spillway may be closed.?
Can trout still be caught in Lake Merchant or Sister Lake. Or does one need to run out to the islands or rigs for trout? I want to go Saturday but really don't want to get my butt kicked by the wind.
I have a Mercury 150 Saltater Series motor. Every now and then a beep comes from the consol. Sounds like the same beep sound that occurs when you turn the key to let you know the alarms are working. Does anyone know why it would do that while running? I've checked the oil, the motor is pissing, and it does not seem to be running hot.
Any suggestions or advice would be appriciated.
I have been looking but have not seen any information on the opening of the Morganza Spillway. How will it effect the fishing in lower Terrebonne?
Took off early this morning trying to beat the wind and we failed. It was rough from the get go. We ran all over lower Dularge and only managed one bite. Put one flounder in the boat. I'm sure I through the hook right in his mouth. I can't afford many days like today.
Finally got a chance to put the boat in the water for the first time since December. I could not have picked a better day. Clear skys, little wind, and an easy limit of trout. Finished the day with 50 BIG trout and one redfish.
Is there anyone in the Houma area that does reel repair? Does anyone have a contact number?
Saturday morning my crew of 5 headed down to Dularge. Our first stop was Enstar. On the first cast my cousin landed a 4 pound trout. I thought it was going to fast and furious. However, we did not catch another fish for about 45 minutes. But when the did start biting they came with some size. We ended the day with one four pounder and about 5 in the three pound range, the rest were 2-2.5 pounds. We ended the day with about 30 specks, 2 flounder, and 1 red fish.
Several people around us had a good laugh when my cousin Lee went into the water after his pole. He put his rod down, a fish took it in the water, he went in the water after the rod, he then emerged and caught the fish. All that for a catfish.
Does anyone know the phone number to JugHeads or the camp at Grand Pass that sells bait?
Does anyone hunt in or near De Quency (spelling) La? I am looking at a lease with some buddies of mine. But, I would like to know if anyone sees or kills deer out that way.
Tomorrow night is the Gonzales DU banquet. Can someone tell me were it will be held?
Can anyone give me some information on the DU banquet in Gonzales La.
Well The trip Friday night did not start off like I wanted. First I was about 30 minutes late but my friends were willing to weight. Second the weatherman lied. The weatherman said the winds would lay down and the seas would be calm. Friday night that did not happen. We went out to Ship Shoal 58 for some trout fishing. From the first cast it was on like "donkey kong". By the end of the night we had 75 large trout (18 inch average). We had about 10 that were 20" plus. We also put a tarpon on the boat. It was about 10 pound and must have been lost. We then headed back to Cocodrie. After a slow boat ride back we Arrived back at the dock around 4:30 AM. And the trip ended as it began with a little trouble. One tired fisherman dozed off at the wheel and ran over a buddies mail box.
Were can I find a schedule of all the fishing rodeos for the summer?
Does anyone here carve decoys? I am trying to learn and would like some advice. What type of wood to use, and were to find it? Are there any good books to read on the subject? Any tips would be great.