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Fishing forecast for February -  After a good January, Feburary is shaping up nicely. This month will be all about mother nature. The fish are here, it is all a matter of getting the right conditons to fish. Fog will play a factor in the mornings. Cold fronts could drop the temps and water overnight, and thunderstorms that show up around southeast Louisiana from the Gulf, could make things tricky. You can hope to catch a lots of Redfish this month, as well as Bass, Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, Drum, and Flounders. Bass should begin looking for their spawning beds towards the end of the month. As soon as the water temps get right they will begin their spawns. Now is the time to catch some Bass. 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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March 1, 2005 - Another very tough day on the water. Capt. Joe had Tim Shaltis and Barbara Melton and I had Dick and Karen Bourcier. They are here for a bowling tournament in Baton Rouge. I hope they have better luck in the tournament then we had fishing. A total of 9 keeper fish between both boats. Where have all the fish gone. Capt. E.J.


February 28, 2005 - My clients today Fred and Una Miller and I left the dock at 7am with a strong north western blowing. Our first two areas turned up a zero but our third spot produce most of the fish for the day. Several nice reds, 2 drum, a flounder, over a dozen trout and a mess of bay snapper. Hopefully things get better!


February 21, 2005 - Two boats out today. Capt. Allen had Richard Bryer and Alan Robbins from Texas.They finished the day with 10 reds and a dozen trout. My crew of John and Mary Edwards from New York headed out at 7am. The fog was very thick so we tried an area close to the marina and it paid off. We left the trout bitting in search of reds for dinner, catching only three. One about 10 pounds and two smaller ones for dinner. Capt. E.J.


February 19, 2005 - Dean, Dennis and Kelly out with me again today. I only thought Friday was a tough day. Saturday turned out to be even tougher.1 red, 5 trout, 5 drum, 3 flounder and 5 bay snapper.Kelley also tried to land a power line with no luck. Capt. E.J.

February 18, 2005 - Capt Mike and I fished two seperate groups on Friday. He had Lori Taylor from Baton Rouge and her group of five. They managed to have the best trip of the weekend cathcing 36 trout and two bass. My crew of Dean Deshon, Dennis Hoover and Kelly Jackson ended the day with 20 trout and four flounder. Capt. E.J.


February 16, 2005 - My guest today Brian Martinell, his wife and daughter and their friend M arc Conrad left the dock at 7am with visibility at 50 yards. It was hard to see your cork if you made a long cast. Glow beetle under a cork and smoke on the bottom was the baits of the day. Once the fog lifted the bite really slowed down. We ended the day with 41 trout between 12 and 15 inches. Capt. E.J.


February 15, 2005 - My dad and I went ou t this afternoon in search of the one and only GREEN TROUT (largemouth bass) . It turned out to be a very productive trip catching over 25 fish. Some were small but we did manage a few nice ones. Capt. E.J.


February 14, 2005 - A weak front moved in at around noon but it did not affect the fish at all.  Over 20 bass and all on spinner baits. They would not touch a worm or lizard. Water was like fishing in your bath tub. Capt E.J.


February 11, 2005 - Today turned out to be a much better day than yesterday. My clients Randy and Belle from Maryland caught and released over 35  reds, drum and trout . They did however keep a few for dinner at the Victoria Inn. Glow beetles on the bottom was the bait of the day. Capt. E.J.


February 10, 2005 - After some very good days of catching today was a fishing day , muddy water and 25mph winds. My guest Randy and Belle who were staying at the Victoria In n averaged a little more than one fish an hour. One bass, one red and seven trout, that's fishing. Hopefully it will be better tomorrow. Capt E.J.


February 9, 2005 - You can catch some nice bass before a front if you know where to look. These fish were on beds so i ts most important to practice catch and release. Spinner baits and French fry worms a deadly combination . Capt. E.J.


February 8, 2005 - Carlo Maniglia and his wife spent Mardi Gras catching trout instead o f beads.  The Maniglia ' s are from Metairie and usually leave town for Mardi Gras . This year they wanted to try something different and ended up with 46 nice trout for their effort. Glow beetle under a cork was the bait of the day! Capt E.J.


February 6, 2005 - Jay and Dana Schurz returned for a second day. Again the wind was very tough but having two good fisherman with me made the difference of having some fish instead of no fish . Almost a repeat of the day before,  eight reds and a few dru m with many bay snappers that we released for both days. Capt. E.J.


February 5, 2005 - Today I had the pleasure of fishing with Jay and Dana Schurz from Westphalia, IN. T hey do a lot of bass fishing back home and wanted to give our Louisiana red fish a shot. A cold and windy day made fishing tough but they did end up with a nice mess to take back home. Glow beetle with a shrimp teaser was the bait of the day . Capt. E.J.


February 4, 2005 - Gary Lamb from Blooming, Il and Robert Ga ylord from Apple Valley,  Mn. j oined me today for some hot red fish action . After trying several places with no luck we hit a dead end canal with a large number of reds in it . All fish were caught on glow and salt & pepper beetles and all were released to fight another day. Capt. E.J.


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.



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