Sac-a-lait have transitioned to deeper structures along the submerged Sabine River channel. Here’s where and how to catch these freshwater fish. […]
Oilfield canals and budding cypress trees are a hard combination to beat for sac-a-lait fishing in this Stephensville freshwater honey hole. […]
Mike White of Paradis confirmed that sac-a-lait have moved into Lake Des Allemands, and shares a secret to catching them. […]
James Morgan spent several hours scanning the flats and edges of flats by the big curves in the channel of Bayou Bartholomew Lake, more commonly known as the “Cutoff” at Sterlington. He found lots of good structure for crappie on his electronics, but the crappie were scarce.
Capt. Bill Lake is smitten.
The veteran guide from Houma is well-known statewide for his success in catching thousands of speckled trout each year out of Dularge.
But truth be known, he really loves catching spawning sac-a-lait in the brackish marsh canals not far from his home each spring.