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Fishing forecast for January
- After an exciting December, which had some
outstanding catches, January is shaping up very nicely. To be
successful this month, it will take mother nature on our side. This
time of year cold fronts blast the bayou state. Fishing will be
fantastic before fronts, and tough several days after. Trout are thick
in the Barataria Estuary right now. Catches of 40+ a day are not
uncommon. The reds are biting again, and we have been catching them on
bad weather days. Still got some dates open this month. If you would
like to get in on some of the hot fishing gives us a call @
1-877-689-4120. Capt. EJ
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January 30, 2005 -
After a few days of some bad
weather, decided to go on a bass fishing trip today with another
outstanding fisherman, my brother Barry. Looks like the next
several weeks may produce some excellent bass fishing. My last
couple of trips have produced some healthy tournament class fish.
Here is Barry and I with a few of the fish that we caught today .
Spinner bait, lizards and f rench fry worms were the bait of the
day. It doesn't seem if the bass have made it on their nest just
yet. The first warm spell we get, should make the water temps
right where the bass like them Capt. E.J.
January 26, 2005 -
short afternoon trip before the front produced a dozen nice bass.
These two smiled for the camera, before being released to fight
another day. I also had one 7lb red fish for a kicker. Capt. E.J.
January 24, 2005-
Terry Milks, Allan Meyer and I left Victoria Inn`s dock at 8:30
and it still was a very cold 30 minute boat ride. After trying two
places wi th no luck the third place was the charm. Them Iowa boys
landed over 40 reds and 1 bass with ten making the trip back home.
All fish were caught tight lining glow and salt/pepper beetle with
a shrimp teaser. Capt. E.J
January 22, 2005 -
After catching a lot of red
f ish the past few days it was tough to catch just one, but we did
catch a limit of nice trout. My guest from Illinois , Dean and
Christina Clark caught over 60 trout, 8 were kept for my dinner
(thanks guys) which we enjoyed very much . Most fish were caught
with a glow beetle under a cork and a few tight lining with
black/char. H&H minnow. Capt. E.J.
January 21, 2005 -
Things slowed down today
after that furious redfish bite yesterday. My clients Charlie and
Jasmin Thorp from Colorado and I had to move around to catch fish
today. The fish were not as big as yesterday, most in the 16 to 20
inch range. 26 reds and a handful of trout, drum and bay snappers.
All fish were released to fight another day, you gotta love it.
January 20, 2005 -
Thursday afternoon trip with
Dale and Roy from the Victoria Inn and their friend Allen Maki and
his kids Olivia and Spenser. Olivia took big fish for the evening
with dad coming in a close second. Spencer picked up the slack
with a few nice trout. This was just a short trip to hopefully
catch dinner and take a little boat ride. Hope you enjoyed the
meal guys. Capt. E.J.
January 19, 2005 -
Morning Trip - Doing two trips in one day can make
for a long day. My clients this morning Bill Leblond and Tammi
Jamison from Florida kicked some redfish butt. It was a trip for
Bill`s birthday and what a trip it was. Over 50 reds were caught
and released, and all were 16 inches and over. Bill, I would not
expect those numbers on your next birthday, although we could try.
Thanks! Capt. E.J.
- A short evening trip produced 15 reds and 8 trout which were
kept for dinner at the Victoria Inn. A report and some pictures
tomorrow. Capt. E.J.
January 13, 2005
- The Metzner`s who were staying at the Victoria Inn joined me
today. It was not as easy as the past few days . A stiff south
wind made fishing difficult but we did end up with 37 trout from
13 to 16 inches and one flounder. Looks like this weather change
is going to affect the area I have been catching trout. May b e we
can get back on some redfish . Capt. E.J.
January 10, 2005
- My clients LeeRoy & Cheryl Kennedy, Richard & Barbara McCormic k
left Victoria Inn dock at 7am. The fog was very heavy , but after
taking our time we made it to the first fishing spot. 20 minutes
of fishing produced only 1 trout so we headed to spot number two
and we hit silver , trout that is . The bite was on till the sun
burned the fog away so we headed in with 75 nice trout in the box.
A great day of fishing with great clients. Capt E.J.
January 7, 2005 -
Rusty Gowan from Orlando and James Sayers from St. Louis cau g ht
a fine limit of trout with me today. It was James first time speck
fishing and what a great day it turned out to be. The last two
weeks have been to good to be true, lets hope it continues. Capt.
January 5-6, 2005
- I helped my good friend Capt. Joe with some of his clients the
past two days . With five people fishing we boated over 200 trout
and a handful of reds. We had 10 gallons of fillets for them to
take back to Georgia. Fish were caught tight lining and under a
cork . Capt. E.J.
January 3, 2005
- We had two boats out today , Capt. Joe and I . He had Dan and
Kevin White from Nashville, Tn. And I had the Clearman ` s from
Mississippi again. Both boats turned in a fine mess of trout which
were brought to Jan`s and fried up fo r lunch . Good fishing and
great food, what a combination. Capt. E.J.
January 2, 2005
- Sugar Bowl fans from Lynchburg, Va. Robert Headley and Tom
Warwick joined me this morning. The reds were on early but the
bite slowed down by 10am so we gave the trout a try and put 20 or
so nice ones in the boat . Kept 6 for dinner and released th e
- The Clearman family from Merid i an Ms. joined me this
afternoon. Tried several spots for reds without a bite so it was
back to the trout and a wise choi c e it was . Finished the day
with 62 nice trout. Salt & pepper beetle under a cork. Out with
the Clearman`s again tomorrow.
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