Sulphur Mine Specks

Saltwater anglers have long been at the mercy of the wind more so than freshwater anglers. The very nature of fishing sprawling bays and open lagoons along a wide-open coast means wind direction and strength must be taken into account before and during every trip. […]

Inshore Fishing

Sulphur Mine stays steady despite weather

If the trout were a little blue last week, they’ve got to be a little confused this week. What’s a trout, or an angler for that matter, to do when the daytime high goes from 70 degrees one day to 50 the next? Capt. Olden Rodrigue with Coastal Charter Services (985-856-6494) knows what he’s going to do. He’s been fishing the Sulphur Mine, and he doesn’t really care what the weather does. […]


Pipeline Canals Producing When Sulphur Mine Crowded

All the limits of speckled trout reportedly coming from south Louisiana’s bays and bayous has caused the fishing report boards to buzz lately with postings from anglers that think the trout limit should be reduced and with those believing things are all right just as they are. Whichever side you are on, there’s no doubt that the limits of trout are there for the catching – or taking. […]