Sammy Guillory of Breaux Bridge was a man on a mission near the end of one of his first hunts during the 2011 Louisiana squirrel season. […]
Moving along the woodland edge, the morning dew saturates the footwear. As the sun breaks through, you finally find evidence of whitetail activity — a fresh tree rub. […]
Three days after Hurricane Isaac raked across coastal Louisiana, Capt. Marty LaCoste launched his 24-foot Blue Wave Pure Bay from Jugs Landing at the end of Highway 315 below Houma in Terrebonne Parish.
He knew what he was looking for, but he wasn’t sure he was going to find it.
Turns out, after making a loop from Lake Mechant into Sister Lake, down to the coast, up Pelican Pass and on into Bay Junop and King Lake, he found no birds and no clear water.
His catch for the day included a couple of redfish, a black drum and a freshwater catfish.
Things were a lot better for him two days later. […]
While October may be a transition month for redfish moving from deep bayous to shallow lakes, Absolute Fishing Charters’ Capt. Marty LaCoste knows there is another transition redfish go through later in the year. […]
The earth is a resilient thing. It has a way of cleansing itself after it inflicts its own devastation, and there’s probably no better example of this than how quickly fishing picks up along the coast of Louisiana after a hurricane. […]
So, when the voice on the other end of the phone said we’d be fishing in a graveyard, I’ll admit it took me aback. The call came a short time before Hurricane Isaac struck, so we weren’t talking about fishing a flooded cemetery. […]