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January 14th, 2012
usually one of our slower months. Weather conditions usually make for some
tough fishing conditions. For the past seven or eight years John Sprague and
friends have fished with me for two or three days in January. This is the
only month that they can fish, due the business that they are in. Some years
have been good and some have been slow, but we have always managed to catch
fish. John and Eddie with a couple of reds on day one and John with a nice
red on day two.
January is typically one of our slower months for fishing.
We use this time to spend in the woods pursuing our passion for Deer
The weather has been unseasonably warm and we have
not seen much of a winter this season. However, this has been a GREAT thing for fishing. With the water temperature steadily
rising, the Bass will spawn earlier this year most likely. For all you Bass
fisherman out there, book today to get on the Big Bass during the month of
February while they are spawning! Some real big ones out there to be caught!
Fish the same areas where Kevin Van Dam broke the record for total weight in
the 2011 Bassmasters Classic!
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Gorgeous SE Louisiana Redfish
4 Local New Orleanians, having a blast.
The kids love it!!
The Famous Louisiana Delta
Inland fishing from a few miles south of New Orleans to the Gulf of Mexico. Enjoy the
wetlands and wildlife that makes the Louisiana culture what it is today.