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Today I had
Mike Oleniczak and his son David on the boat today. A strong
cold front moved through our area making conditions tough.
Strong Northerly winds had the water muddy in most places.
The father and son team managed to put 20 plus fish in the
boat once we found a few decent spots in dead-end canals out
of the wind. The fishing will be much better over the next
few days as the weather pattern remains consistent.
Went scouting today for the
upcoming week of fishing and boy did I find the spot! I
fished for 1 hour and caught at least 30 redfish! The fish
were hitting everything I could throw at them! This mild
winter looks very promising for the fishing in February!
Call us today and Let's Go Fishing!
Larry Goolsby from Colorado joined me today. It was a
quality day rather than a quantity day. A mess of awesome
trout, a few reds, drum, sheepshead and five huge bluecats.
All fish caught on shrimp under a cork, spinner baits and
The John Sprague party from
New York fished with me several days as the group comes down
from New York each year. This year, the fishing was tough.
The weather so far for just about the entire month of
January has consisted of rain, high winds and very
unfavorable conditions. The group still had a great time as
they always do, we just wish the weather would have
cooperated for them.
December 15th - January
When the weather turns cold, I look
forward to Christmas time with family, celebrating the New
Year and Deer Hunting! For a few weeks each year I put down
the Falcon Rod and Reels and pick up the Rifle in search of
a beautiful Whitetail Buck. Please check back soon as with a
mild winter going on the fishing should really heat up at
the end of January and be primed for February.
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2004 - December 2012
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.