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This time of year the
trout action is usually good and so are the redfish. The weather is still warm
and the fish are very close to the marinas. All baits are currently working;
whether top water, tightline, under a cork it just does not matter!
So give us a call Toll-Free 1-877-689-4120 and Let's Go Fishing! Capt. EJ
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March 24-25, 2006 - The
Ferrill`s and the Perrault`s from Mississippi, fished with Capt.
Mike Saturday and Sunday. Saturday was the better day with a catch
of over 50 trout, but Sunday was difficult due to low water and high
winds. Only 15 fish were brought to the cleaning table. Bait: curly
tail grubs on the bottom.
March 23, 2006 -
Today was the third time in six weeks that Sean McCarthy
has fished with me. Once again he proved he can catch red fish as
was the case today with an awesome 30 inch beauty. Even with the
howling winds we had this afternoon we put 20 plus fish in the boat
and all were released to fight another day. Conditions: sunny and
windy, Bait: spinners and cocahoe`s on the bottom.
March 20, 2006 -
What can I say about today. If there ever was a day that
you had to work to catch fish today was it. White caps in the
canals, white caps in the ponds. Don't even think about fishing any
open water. But, and I say but it was just before the front and
that's what made our day. Once again I had the gang from
Hattiesburg, MS. Mark, Paul, James and David and as you can see by
the pictures it turned out to be a fairly productive day. Big fish
goes to Mark with this beautiful 9 pounder. He has bragging rights
till next time. 34 trout, 5 reds, 1 flounder, and a drum.
Conditions: sailing and kite flying weather. Bait: glow beetle's
under a cork, smoke/char. Cocahoe`s on the bottom.
March 19, 2006 -
The Waylon May group were tired of
spending their weekends in a motel room. They are a crew from
several different states working on highlines that cross the
Mississippi river. Melody, Justin S., Waylon, Aleck, Justin C. and
Mark joined Capt Mike, Capt. Chet. and myself for some hot Louisiana
redfish and trout action. At lease it was hotter than yesterday. 17
redfish, a flounder, a couple of bass and over 100 trout. Some fish
were kept for dinner but most were released to fight another day.
Conditions; overcast and moderate winds, clean water. Bait: Spoons,
spinner baits, beetle's under a cork, cocahoe`s on the bottom.
The fish were caught on just about everything and everyway. Out
again in the morning with the boys from Hattiesburg. Capt. E.J.
March 18, 2006 -
MORNING TRIP - Today Capt. Mike D.
and Capt. Mike J. had the Clay Frazien group and I had Ken
Nichols and his three sons. After a late start it was off to find
some protected canals. Due to the high winds and low water it was
the only game in town. Between all three boats we had around 60
trout and worked for every one. Conditions: overcast and very windy,
but clean water. Bait: beetle's under a cork and curly tail grubs on
Afternoon Trip -
keep saying I'm not going to do any more doubles, but not being
to find a guide for the morning I was out again Saturday
afternoon. My clients for the afternoon Olivia and Fernando had
never been out in the marsh before and thought it was a
very unusual place, big difference from New York City. A dozen
trout , a flounder and one redfish was the catch for the
afternoon. Same conditions as the morning. Bait: beetle's under
March 16, 2006 - After
an afternoon swamp tour yesterday, my clients were itching to do
some fishing. Richard from California, Bob from Las Vegas and Harold
from New Orleans. It took 3 different areas to put a mess of fish
together, 30 in all. Harold was the winner for today catching the
most fish, but tomorrow it's the golf course, so he may be in
trouble. Conditions: overcast with light winds, clear water, Bait:
beetle`s under a cork and spinner baits. Capt. E.J.
March 13, 2006 -What
a great day to be on the water. My clients, Dale Wilson, Joe Albiez
and I left the dock at 6:45. After a short boat ride it didn`t take
long to put a limit of reds in the boat. It was just one of those
mornings. The fish were running in the 16 to 20 or 25 to 29 inch
range, nothing in between. We released 3 or 4 over 27 and over a
dozen in the 16 to 20 inch range. We also had 17 nice trout, a
couple of bass, even one up a tree. I had to get a picture.
Conditions; overcast and windy, outstanding water clarity. Bait: #4
H&H spinner with smoke/char cocahoe`s. Another front coming in
tonight, it may make it tough for a day or so. Capt. E.J.
March 11, 2006 -
Sean McCarthy had fished
with me several weeks ago. He thought he could make it to the dock
by 2pm, but with last minute problems at work he didn't arrive till
after 3. With limited time to fish, it was off to find some redfish.
Even with very windy conditions, we found beautiful water, and
plenty of redfish. The redfish bite is on in Lafitte. A
quick limit of reds and a mess of nice trout, my kind of trip. All
fish were released to fight another day. Bait: Spinners with H&H
smoke/char cocahoe`s,. Check out our Monday -Wednesday special.
March 10, 2006 -
The high winds the past few
days have made for some rough fishing and some cancellations. The
good thing is that the water level is higher than its been in
several months. With the water comes the fish and the redfish are
out there stacked up in the ponds. I had a limit of reds in a short
while this evening, and also a few trout for dinner on a short
scouting trip this morning. Conditions; very windy. Bait: Smoke/Char
cocahoe`s on the bottom. Capt EJ
March 5, 2006 -
Three boats out today. Capt. Mike had the Steven Nguyen
group, Capt.Joe had the Rafael Valdes group and I had Tim clark and
his son Carter. All of the boats had great catches and the guys had
bags of fish to take back to the house. Most of the fish were caught
under a cork with some hitting cocahoe`s off the bottom. Conditions
were as good as it gets. Till next time, see you on the water. Capt.
March 4, 2006 -Virgil
Henson, his wife Debbie, Kim and Mark have fished with me several
times in the past few months. They have become very good clients.
The weather was much cooler then we expected this morning and with
the windy conditions it didn`t warm up much. With the low water
conditions we deceided to stay with the trout all morning. The bite
was slow but steady ending the day with 55 keepers. Bait: beetle`s
under a cork. Good fishing and good company made for a great day.
February 28, 2006 -David and
Rodney had fished with me at the end of last year. Rather than going
to the parades they deceided to take the kids fishing. When we
arrived at our destination 50 or so other boats had the same idea. I
believe half of the population went to the parades and the other
half was fishing in Lafitte. The first part of the morning produced
31 trout and the second half 3 keeper reds and 1 flounder. It was a
much better catch then we would have caught at any parade. Here are
the boys, David Jr. and Jacob with a couple of nice trout.
Conditions: clear with light winds. Bait; beetle`s under a cork, H&H
cocahoe`s on the bottom. A big thanks to the guys for taking me away
from Mardi Gras. Capt. E.J.
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