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January 2008

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February 28 - March 2, 2008 - What a weekend down in Lafitte. Had the girls from Acme Lock Co. again, they were back for their third trip. The wind was steady with a good chop, but it didn't prevent the girls from catching a box of trout. 76 nice trout and back to the dock before noon. Saturday we had the Bond Phillips party from New Orleans, and the Dr. Badi Asbahi party from Baton Rouge. Total was 90 trout and 3 reds between both boats. Glow beetles under a cork and curly tail grubs on the bottom. With a busy week ahead the weather doesn't look good for the next few days but hopefully will improve by midweek.


February 25, 2008 - At 6:30am I walked out on the back porch and I just knew that this morning was the morning. My two neighbors Don and Henry had caught two small bass yesterday afternoon so I knew they would be in for a kick butt bass trip. We left the house around 7:30 in Henry's boat, giving mine a break. 30 bass and back at the house at 10:45. It wasn't the big fish like I caught the other day, but it was just as fun. Spinner baits, and only spinner baits were the ticket today. The next few days should be down the toilet, but when it warms up again, look out. Capt. E.J.

February 19 - 22, 2008 - The last few days the fishing has been great. Been playing weatherman and trying to judge the gaps in between all of the storms, and knock on wood, we haven't got wet yet. This morning was a great morning. Got a little bit of a late start watching the weather, but when I left the dock at 630 with John, Leonard, J.B. and Francis from Georgia, we headed south towards the trout grounds looking for clean water. The water was dirty throughout the whole boat ride, then I ended up in a protected pocket that actually had clean water. We stopped there, dropped the trolling motor and began throwing glow H&H Beetles under a cork. After 2 casts, bam, fish on! For the next 3 hours we were in a very consistent bite, but the only problem was small fish. We were boxing one fish for every throw back. Got a phone call and heard the rain was on it's way, so we decided to run close to the marina and try for a few reds, nodda! Made it back to the dock as soon as the sky fell out. Great morning though.

Yesterday, Capt. Joe Bush and I headed off to where I have been catching plenty of sac-a-lait and bass. When we got there, the sun poked it head out, and we only managed to catch 2 crappie, but the bass decided they wanted to cooperate. Caught quite a few, with a couple 3+ pound beauties thrown in. Wednesday, I smoked the sac-a-lait on my day off, keeping a dozen or so for dinner. Boy are they good.

Out again tomorrow with the same crew from today! Fishing is good, especially with the warmer temps. Gentleman, It's Time! Give us a call!



February 18, 2008 - Today Dr. Dan Brown, and his son Gabriel joined me on a windy, cold, and muddy water day. We left the marina around 630am and headed towards Little Lake, Bay L'ours area. Needless to say, I knew where some fish were, but with the conditions, those spots were unfishable and the search began for clean water. When I say that every place in Lafitte had dirty water, I mean every place. Ended up ducking in to the Cloverly canals back of Bay L'ours in search of reds and trout in some deeper water, but even those canals had dirty water and a slack tide. The Dr. and son fished hard, and were rewarded with a decent catch of trout and reds given the conditions. Jan's was closed, so we released all fish to fight another day. The end of the week is looking good with warmer temps on the way, amen!


February 17, 2008 - Saturday I had the pleasure of fishing with my son, Capt. Kevin. We don't get to fish much together anymore, usually just see him cruising by in his boat. We left the house around 1pm and headed for an area where I found some nice fish over the last few days. When I made the call to him early on Saturday morning, skies were cloudy, and the wind was slack. By the time he made it to the house, the skies were beginning to clear, and the wind was picking up, not good for open water bass fishing. As we made our way in to the lake, the water was a clear brown, and the air temperature dropped. It was obvious that the siphon was open, and pumping full steam. Once we made it to the west side of the lake, the water cleared up, and was crystal clear with a falling tide. The only problem was it was now a blue bird sky. We started working the edge of some grass beds, and picked up two quality fish, both around 2 pounds, then made our way over to the other side. We worked up and down the bank for about 3 hours and caught a dozen more and then made the call to see if there were any trout in Salvador. When we got there, the water was good, tide was slack and didn't even get a bump. Caught one lost redfish half a mile from the shore and called it a day. All is all, was a fun little trip.

February 10, 2008 - Newbold family with 55 trout. Nice box of fish on a gorgeous weather day.

February 8, 2008 - Friday Capt. Joe had the Kevin O`Brian party, Capt. Barry had P.J. Westbrook and Phelicia Hughes, I had a single, Stuart Bourne. The trout were plenty but the keepers were not,  75 or 80 keepers between three boats. It was almost like fishing school trout in the summer. Glow beetles under a cork was the hot bait. Joe, Stuart and myself enjoyed some of the catch at Jan's for lunch.


February 5, 2008 - Now that deer season is over its time to get back to fishing. The past few days we fished trips with the Jeff Barry party, George Santiago party and the Jim Labauve party. We also had a great fresh water sacalait slam, or crappie as some people call them. We have been catching a mix bag of fish, mostly small trout, with a few reds, drum and sheepshead thrown in. Glow beetles under a cork, shrimp under a cork and spinner baits in purple/char, smoke/char have been catching most of the fish. Good fishing is just around the corner, so give us a call to book your trip.  Thanks Capt.  E.J.


January 4, 2008 - Insane Redfish Bite!

John and Larry have fished with me the last two January's. This time they brought along a friend, Ed. After bragging about the great fishing things weren't looking to good. The coldest weather in years was on our doorstep. We were going to fish Thursday, but thanks to the airlines their luggage didn't arrive till late last night. We left the dock at Victoria Inn at 9am this morning,  and at 11:30 we had only 1 fish in the box. Around noon something turned on the switch, and they caught redfish 3 at a time for three hours, or should I say until they were worn out. Shrimp on the bottom or under a cork. The best 2 hours of fishing I've seen in a long time. Caught all fish in one dead end canal. It was only the 8th canal I tried. Got to keep moving to find the fish. Kept 15 beauties, and we are heading to Victoria Inn now to have them cooked up!



January 1, 2008 - To all of our Customers, thanks for a great 2007! Hope to see you all back in 2008!

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