Use these fishing techniques to go home with the tastiest fish that swims.

Solid year for cobia out of Grand Isle

The cobia bite has been pretty consistent lately and Capt. Daryl Carpenter, with Reel Screamers Guide Service, gives his tips. […]

Cobia: The curious fish

Cobia feed from the surface of the water down to the bottom, often over 100 feet deep. And they will eat almost anything. […]

Cobia thick south of Cameron Parish

Kaplan’s Skip Floyd launched and headed south from the Cameron Jetties, running 15 miles out to the marker buoys for cobia. […]

Occupy West Delta: Cobia fishing explodes around West Delta rigs

Anglers can head to the West Delta rigs to take advantage of the cobia invasion as these hard fighters make their way eastward. […]

Little need for live bait when fishing for cobia

When it comes to catching cobia on the shallow satellite rigs in West Delta during September, Capt. Gray Long insists on using jigs. […]

Cobia move in close to Port Fourchon during September

Anybody should be able to head out of Fourchon to the first set of rigs they see, pull up to them and start catching cobia. […]

Everybody loves cobia

Cobia, also locally called lemonfish or ling, are a prized Gulf of Mexico fish. They are cool fish and their mild meat is prized in Louisiana. […]

Cobia thick around near-shore rigs

Steve Herbison and Eddie Permenter both know that Venice is a great jumping-off point for hot ling fishing action. […]