louisiana fishing and new orleans fishing
Fishing forecast for July
- With Summer in full swing the action will continue to improve
almost on a daily basis. Speckled trout will be thick this month, with
the increase in all the shrimp and bait inshore. Usually a 40 minute run
can put you i the thick of things. Redfish are still plentiful, and they
are a very short distance away, in all the duck ponds, and on the edge
of bays that has some grass. Call now to get it on some of this great
summer time action.
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July 31 2004 -
From Southeast Asia
to Barataria Bay. We have come a long way baby.
Had the pleasure of fishing with one
of my Vietnam buddies Sgt. Don Johnson his wife Susan and their
friend Kirk. We made the trip down south early this morning to try
for some trout. After trying 3
or 4 places we found some birds behind Grand Isle and managed to
catch 28 keepers and plenty
throw backs. On our way back we
stopped in my redfish spot and
boated five 18 to 20 inch reds.
Hopefully we will do it again before
another 35 years rolls around.
July 28, 2004 -
Had 2 boats out
Joe and myself. Joe ended up with 10
reds and a couple of drum. I had 1 person who wanted to go out for
trout but once again they were all small.
He did manage to catch 6 keepers and 4
reds on the way back. This front that past through last night shut
the fish down. Capt. E.J
July 27, 2004 -
had Dale and Roy Ross from the
Victoria Inn, their grandson
and some friends. Fishing was tough
in the areas that we fished but they
did manage to catch a few
nice reds. Capt. E.J
July 25, 2004 -
Another great day
with my friends from Folsom Bill and Sylvia Furlong.
Little Dustin also came along to reel
a few in. Bill had the hot hand
for today. August is just around the corner and I still have
so give us a call. Capt. E.J.
July 24, 2004 -
Mrs. Paula Campbell and her son joined me for some hot red
fishing. We landed 15 or so
keepers and had several get away
.We made it a short morning and came
in early to beat the heat.
Anything past 11am is murder. Capt E.J
July 23, 2004 - (Morning)
Fished with Mr.
Tony Obeto and his son from Maurepas, LA. The bite was on early
but around 10am they shut down, but they did end up with a nice
limit of reds for the day.
Evening Trip - Had a real
nice gang from Nashville. We managed to boat a few nice reds and
variety of other fish.
July 20, 2004 -
fishing trip produced 14 nice bass.
13 were caught on a 6” grape curly
tail worm and 1 on my fly rod.
If you would like to book a bass trip give us a call toll free
1-877-689-4120. See you on the
water Capt E.J.
July 17, 2004 -
Capt Mike had the
party of Robert Martell and his girlfriend.
They boated 7 or 8 reds and one
fished Mr. Mcleod who fished with me yesterday .They ended up
with 6 reds and a flounder.
I had Roxanne
Conway, her mother, brother and
his son .We managed to catch a dozen nice reds. Roxanne
one over 10lbs
July 17, 2004 Evening
turned in another limit of reds.
McKinney and his wife, from Memphis
managed to catch their limit
¼ oz jig head with shrimp on the
bottom. Very windy conditions made this our only option
July 16, 2004
- Single person
trip today. Mr. Richard Mcleod from
Kansas City joined me today.
He did most of the fishing boating ten
nice reds on spinner baits.
Several fish in the 8 to 9lb class. I will have the pictures when
he emails them to me
July 12, 2004 -
Bertrand Parker and
his grandson with their first
redfish. We lost more fish
today then we boated, but as they say you can only count the ones
in the boat. No tide and the north wind shut them down. We can
only hope for a better day next time. Capt. E.J
July 11, 2004 -
Dennis Laborde and
Mike Sparks joined me Saturday
afternoon and Sunday morning. On Saturday we went after redfish.
Fishing was tough the first few hours. They fished hard to boat
their limit of reds. Sunday we
headed south to do some trout fishing. Very little tide produced
only little trout with only 7 keepers out of the 75 or so we
We headed back to the redfish hole and
managed to pick up 5 before
coming in. Dennis had a 12lb
red next to the boat but it
turned out to be a fish story. Out again tomorrow. Capt.E.J.
July 10, 2004 -
Another limit of
reds with my crew from Friday. Here is a picture of a few of them.
If you would like to book one of my fishing packages as they did
give me a call. Price includes
fishing and meals, just bring your
self. Capt. E.J
July 10, 2004 Evening Trip
we went after redfish. Fishing was tough the first few hours.
Dennis and Mike fished hard to boat their limit of reds.
July 9, 2004 -
Our 5:30 take off
time was delayed until 8:30 due to some severe early morning
,Edward Rubenstein and William
Parrish joined me today for some
southern Louisiana red fishing. Even
with our late start we ended up
with a limit of nice reds. They
will be back with me tomorrow. Capt E.J.
July 7, 2004 -
bull red 27lbs and one of the nice trout we caught today. Seems
every time we get on some fish
the rain runs us off. Hopefully
this wet stuff will give us a break for the weekend. I still
have open dates in August, just give
me a call 1877-689-4120
July 4, 2004 -
Mr. Don Harper and
his father-in-law from Baton Rouge wanted trout, but after
catching lots of little fish and only 8 keepers we headed for my
redfish area. They managed to
catch their limit using H&H minnows on a spinner. My boat is in
the shop so I have to thank my good friend Joe Bush for
me use his boat.
It catches fish also. Till next time
see you on the water. Capt. E.J.
July 3, 2004 - Targeted trout
early this morning, with the nice weather south, we headed down
towards Barataria Bay. We managed to catch 8 keeper, and had
plenty throw baks to go with it. Decided to head north and fish
some reds. Stopped in Turtle Bay and managed to catch our limit of
reds. All fish were caught on artificial today. Back at it again
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