I know this is extremely last minute but I had a trip planned that did not work out and have people in from out of the country to offshore fish. If any captains have any availability in Grand Isle tomorrow July 7 please call me directly at 225-937-0800 any help is greatly appreciated!
I had something come up with a captain and am looking for an open offshore charter this weekend. If anyone has an open boat please let me know for Saturday!
I don't post many of my pics on this site but thought this was worth the shot because i have not had a day like this since i moved to Houston. Fished Sabine in my Kayak over an oyster reef and the fish were everywhere gorging on pogies. I fished nearly every color and style topwater but the c-eye pink she dog was the only one they wanted. All of these fish but 2 were caught on she dogs and this will surprise some but the flounder came all the way out the water for the topwater too, i fish top waters A LOT and have never had that happen. Moving to Houston has been tough but some days it works out for me, I've fished the last 4 weekends in a row.
Hello gents. I am a long time Louisiana fisherman but due to the market/girl I now live in Houston. Due to my love of Louisiana I have been making more trips home than not to fish (the pictures are from fathers day and last weekend in Fourchon) but i want to book an offshore charter in Grand Isle either August 15th or 16th. Any recommendations and reviews would be greatly appreciated.
Had a captain cancel on me for some personal reasons this weekend and have people coming from out of town and wanted to see if any captains out of venice or grand isle had any openings this weekend. Was booked for an overnight trip, really wanted to catch some tuna, but a day trip would be all the same. I need to get on this ASAP as some members were driving down from Ohio. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text 225-937-0800. I appreciate it guys.
Got some folks coming in town this week and I'm gonna tryand fish in the wind tomorrow. Tide is great and this is the only day I will be able to get out so I was wondering if anyone had any areas/pointers to fishing in the hopedale area. With a south wind it is gonna make it tough but I wlll be fishing with cacahoes and market shrimp. If anyone can give me a few ideas, I would greatly appreciate. God bless.
My name is Hance Haeuser and I ama graduate student at LSU, as well as an avid hunter and fisherman. I am looking to get a chocolate lab, preferably mid may to june. Due to the increased budget cuts and fees at LSU, I am on somewhat of a budget but will spend as much as I need to to get what I am looking for. My last dog was a hunting machine, very inteligent and extremely athletic. I have a lot of time this summer to train the dog on my parents farm this summer and was hoping someone could give me a lead on a good kennel or an upcoming litter. Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated as I cannot wait to hav another hunting buddy.
I need some help in where to fish right now out of hopedale. The tide is coming in from 9ish all day this weekend and i would like to fish it. I went two weekends ago and the water was so low that it was tough to run in some places. I usually fish the back levee canal, and was wondering if it is too early to be fishing the short rocks or the MRGO this early on such a strong tide or if i should stick to the marsh, and where i might fish in the marsh. I am an MBA grad student and have not really fished much this part of the year and any help is appreciated, im a poor college kid who needs to feed himself.
Help me out guys, i didnt get a response to the last one. I fish hopedale a lot over the summer but grad school/Auburn trips is taking up all my time but i got a free day sunday and want to catch some fish. Is it worth fishing out towards the rocks and the back levee canal or is everything worth doing going on up Bayou La loutre? I have never fished up there and dont know it very well. If anyone can give me some advice on where to fish with such a good tide on sunday it would be greatly appreciated.
I was wondering if anyone could give me some pointers on fishing hopedale this time of year. I fished it a lot in the spring and summer, caught a lot of fish at the rocks and out in the MRGO but have little knowledge of how to fish when the weather starts to change. Last time i went was in august and grad school is keeping me away from the water but I would really like to catch some fish this sunday before exams/hunting takes over. I fish the back levee canal mostly and have a live bait well. Any help is greatly appreciated!.
Hoping to fish Sunday after a work day at the deer camp. I spent last year teaching in Spain and before this summer I hadn't been to hopedale since the hurricanes and couldn't believe the changes. I don't know much about fishing down there this late but have been catching fish at the MRGO dam and the MRGO end rocks on the other side as well as lake borgne. Have some people coming down and want me to put them on fish and was hoping some of you better informed fisherman could help me out. I know the fish are in transition moving inshore and I would like to catch them. Any help is appreciated.