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Fishing forecast for September-
September is finally here. This is generally one of the best fishing
months of the year. The speckled trout move much farther inland, and
already are starting to show their yellow mouths. The first cool fronts
of the year have been coming through slowly but surely. the redfish
action is still hot as the last two months. As long as the weather stays
nice like it is, we are in for a treat this month. Book your trip now!!!
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September 30, 2004 -
My third and final
day with Jerry, Larry and Jeremy Horseman proved to be much
tougher than the last two days.
The strong east wind prevented us from fishing the area we had
fished the last two days.15 keeper trout out of 25 and 4 keeper
reds. Even with this slow day
they will be taking an ice chest of fillets
back to Kansas City. Great three days
of fishing guys. Capt.E.J
September 29, 2004 -
Larry, Jerry and
Jeremy out with me again today. We did not have the box of fish we
had yesterday but today we did catch 30 or so trout to go with
half a dozen nice red fish and 2 flounders. Back out with the same
crew tomorrow. Capt. E.J.
September 28, 2004 -
Not very many trout today. We
boated only a dozen or so with only 2 being keepers. Today was
gorilla redfish day as shown in the picture. One of those days
when we have to many over 27 inches, but we still managed to fill
the ice chest. Jerry, Larry and Jeremy are back with me tomorrow.
September 27, 2004 -
Had the pleasure
of fishing with James and Nancie Flynn from Lake Park, Pa. It was
a great day to be on the water. Boated 50 or 60 trout, a few reds
2 flounder, 3 bass, 1 drum and the three of us fought a 30lb jack
cravelle until we got tired and broke him off. Back out tomorrow,
September 26, 2004 - Had a fun
gang today from Baton Rouge. Michael, Tori, and Eric caught a nice
mess of reds, and a few trout. Conditions were tough today as the
wind was blowing 15-20mph out of the East. Never could get Tori
that ten pound red she was looking for. Next Time!
September 25, 2004 -
. Had 3
people out today. First thing this morning we went looking for
speckled trout. We ran into a nice little school. Managed to catch
about 40 keepers using sparkle beetles under a cork.
September 24, 2004 -
and Thursday was great bass
fishing days catching over 20 bass
both days. Top water and curly tail
grape worms were the bait of
September 21, 2004 - Had the
same guys from yesterday, plus another buddy Robby. Another good
trip today, but not as hot as yesterday. Caught a lot of variety
today including, reds, trout, drum, sheep head, bass, and catfish.
Today's trip was catch and release.
September 20, 2004 -
After 7 days of
canceled trips we are back on the water. Lafitte
made out well, as the storm moved to the east towards Gulf Shores.
The Reds seemed very hungry after the north wind pounded the area
the previous week.. Kevin, Keith and Trey had no problem catching
their limit, and more, of 6- 10 lbs. redfish, and a few trout.
Caught most reds with shrimp, and spinner baits. We the trout
caught on split tail beetles under a popping cork.
September 14 - 18, 2004
ALL CHARTERS FOR THESE DATES HAVE BEEN
RESCHEDULED DUE TO HURRICANE IVAN. CAPT. E.J.
September 13, 2004 -
Had the pleasure of taking some guys
from my son's company today. Glenn Frederickson, Ken Cumbus,
Vincent Showers, David Domma, Charles Sanders, Bob Moores, Todd
Howard, and my son Keith who all work in IT at Aegis Mortgage
Corporation in Baton Rouge pose with their nice mess a fish. In
all we had about 35 redfish, 4 bass, and a flounder. All fish were
caught using H&H Plastic Cockahoe Minnows (Purple and Chartreuse)
with and without a #4 spinner. The biggest redfish was caught by
Ken Cumbus and it was 31' and 10 1/2 pounds. For more information
on Corporate Charters give us a call toll free 1-877-689-4120.
September 12, 2004 -
Bill Martin and his
wife Lynette joined me on their wedding anniversary for a first
time red fishing trip. Even though it was a tough day we did
manage to boat several small reds, 5 keeper reds,
couple of bay snapper and 1 large drum. Spinner baits and shrimp
were the bait of the day. Lets hope that we are all still here and
fishing next weekend
September 11, 2004 -
, her husband and a friend ended the
day with a nice mess of red fish. Most fish were in the 16 to 20
inch range and were caught on
live shrimp on the bottom.
Saturday Evening - Had an
interesting request in the afternoon, had a great group who wanted
to view some of the great wildlife, but specifically, BIRDS! Made
the run towards Grand Isle to some Islands that hold tons of
Pelicans, Seagulls, Herons, and others. We managed to find all
that we were looking for. The gang had a great time.
September 5, 2004 -
and Sunday were three great days of fishing.
Catch and release all three days, I
love it. Sunday Lloyd and Hunter from Florida, were running from
Hurricane Frances, managed to
catch their limit of reds and
another nice drum. Saturday and Sunday we fished Carolina rigged
with dead market shrimp. Out
again on Tuesday if the weather
September 4, 2004 -
had a couple from Atlanta with the catch of the day being a 40lb
drum. Fished Carolina Rigged with shrimp today. The reds are
stacked in a hole right now. Check out the other boats i the
September 3, 2004 -
Today was short and
sweet with our limit of reds
coming before 10 am. All fish were caught on spoons. And to top it
off, we were 20 minutes from the launch
September 2, 2004 - Been out
of action the last few days, finally got me a new, more fuel
efficient motor. It runs like a champ, and will be back out as
usual beginning in the morning. The Trout action has really picked
up as of late, You don't have to run to far to get to them either.
The reds are still everywhere, the next 2 months will begin my
favorite time of the year to fish. If you would like to book a
trip, or take advantage of our $50 off Monday and Tuesday
specials. Give us a call now to reserve your spot!
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