Capt. Tommy Pellegrin of Custom Charters out of Houma said March and April are prime months to put some pompano on ice. […]
Permit, the glamor fish of tropical flats fishing, are more common in Louisiana than most people realize. […]
It was January 1965 and the Louisiana Conservationist, the official voice of the Louisiana Wild Life (yes that’s the way it was spelled then — Wild Life, not Wildlife) and Fisheries Commission, led off with an article on Louisiana’s wonderful winter offshore fishery.
Capt. Ross Montet had quite a day on Tuesday.
Dodging rain all day out of Happy Jack Marina in Port Sulphur, Montet had his crew working in Bay Sans Bois off of Grand Bayou trying to put together a decent box of fish in less-than-ideal conditions. […]
We arrived at Doc’s French Quarter bungalow elegantly early only to find the place already packed.
“Geezum,” snorted Pelayo at Fontaine. “I thought you said it was an exclusive affair this year?”
“This isn’t the half of it,” replied Doc. “Heck, half the guests already went down the street to Nick Scramuzza’s place. ‘Middle-Aged Housewives Gone Wild’ they’re calling the show down there. We’ll probably see all our friends’ wives on YouTube soon.”