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June 1, 2013

Day two with the DeMoss party. Awesome fishing today catching everything on spinner baits. Captain Mike's group also had a great day and they brought their limit back to the dock.

Darryl with the catch of the day. ;o)



May 31, 2013

Lee DeMoss party with a great catch on a windy day. Most fish caught on spinner baits and a few on shrimp under a cork.


May 30, 2013

Lona and Dave Rice from Wisconsin with a couple of nice reds. Fish were caught on shrimp under cork in small ponds in the marsh.


May 27, 2013

Today Captain Barry had the pleasure of fishing with Rance and his wife Becky who were visiting us from California. They kept just enough for dinner and also ended up catching easily over 100 Redfish


May 26, 2013

Today, Carlos, Luis and Christian fished with Captain Barry and although they didn't have too many in the "keeper" range, the group caught about 100 or more fish.


May 25, 2013

Day 2 with the Mike DeSoto Party.


May 24, 2013

Once again Capt. Barry and I had the pleasure of fishing the Mike DeSoto party from Marksville, La. Mike has be fishing with me since I have been in business. Today was day 1 of three, all reds and flounders


May 22, 2013

Today I had the Cary Bowmer party and unfortunately we only got in a little over 3 hours this morning due to inclement weather moving in but the group did catch 15 or more redfish in that time.


May 21, 2013

Mark Bonsack party fished with us today. The group did well and caught a bunch of fish. All fish were caught on Falcon Coastal Rods and Volt 2500 Reels


May 19, 2013

Day five with the New York guys. We changed it up a bit and stayed in the marsh fishing shrimp under a cork. All fish released to fight another day.


May 19, 2013

Today we fished a father/son combo taking advantage of the overcast skies and wonderful weather. The fishing remains red hot. Brian St. Romain and his son Aiden pulled them in 2 at a time for several hours. Aiden caught not only his first redfish, but his first 50 redfish. He was a quick learner.

Also Capt. Dave with the Omar Docher party and a very nice catch of reds. All caught on Shrimp on the bottom.


May 18, 2013

Today Capt. Barry and Capt. Dave took the reigns while I went up to MS to take care of some business. The group had a heck of day catching a bunch of fish and finishing the day off with lunch at Jan's Cajun Restaurant.


May 17, 2013

Day four the New York boys, Lou, Bob, Ronnie and Norman. Back down to earth after three great days of fishing, about 25 reds total for the day. Lou with the catch of the day.


May 16, 2013

Day 3 with the New York gang. Between speckled trout and redfish the group landed well over 100 fish today. It does not get any better than that.

Capt. Mike also had an easy day. The group loaded the boat all day but decided to catch and release all of the fish.


May 15, 2013

Capt. Mike had the Hermes family today visiting from Kansas. The group had a great time and caught a bunch of fish!

Day 2 with the New York boys was a repeat of yesterday. Trout were flying in the boat for the first couple of hours and when that bite slowed down it was off to catch some redfish. Gulps under a cork for the trout and spinner baits for the reds."00"


May 14, 2013

New York crew with their catch for dinner at Jan's. The trout were on FIRE this morning. They were coming in 4 at a time. All fish caught on gulps under a cork. Finished the day with a dozen reds, caught on shrimp on the bottom.



May 13, 2013

Fished today with Catherine and Anthony from England. Boated over 50 redfish and 8 flounder, great day on the water. All fish caught on shrimp on the bottom.


May 6th - May 12, 2013

This past week we had rainouts on May 9th - 10th due to inclement weather. We also had the pleasure of fishing with the Phillips , Roger and Chris on Tuesday and Don Willet and his wife on Wednesday . Gulps under a cork and shrimp under a cork produced redfish and trout on both days.

Yesterday we were out with the Cook family on Mother's Day. We only fished a few hours, but did catch enough for them for dinner.



May 5, 2013

Today I had the pleasure of fishing with Pete and Troy from Missouri. We only had a couple of redfish but did catch 40+ trout. All fish were caught under a cork on Falcon coastal rods and Volt 2500 reels.


April 29th - May 5, 2013

This past week had rainouts on Monday and Tuesday. Another cold front came through again (unheard of for this time of year) and the temperatures dropped into the mid-40's. Our customers still enjoyed the unseasonable temperatures though and caught lots of fish at the same time.

Nathaniel and Karen Sarabura from Canada fished with me on Wednesday. On Friday I had Jane , Gerrard and Jake. Great fishing on both days catching 50 or more fish on both days.

Saturday Capt.Dave had the San-Miguel's from Maryland It was a trout day, keeping a few for lunch at Jan's . Capt. Barry also had a good day with some good guys from north Louisiana. Casey Plummer, Dusty McHale, Timothy Shaw, Rob Owens, David Smith, Chad Domangue and Richard Heard

Today, Capt. Barry had Wayne from North Carolina. They fished with strong northwest winds following the front but was able to catch 15 redfish and they kept 3 for dinner :)

This upcoming week myself and our other captains will be fishing for 17 days straight. We'll try to keep the reports flowing into the site so check back often to stay in touch with the fishing in Southeast Louisiana.

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 Our Archived Reports run from 2004 - April 2013



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