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Fishing forecast for October-
October is here and so are the trout, and so are the BIG Redfish. The
last couple days of September yielded superior catches of Trout and
redfish. We are also finding a lot of bass right now in our freshwater
estuaries. The best part of this month is that all of the fish are
getting much closer to Lafitte. Twenty minute or less run can get you in
the middle of the action. Book your trip now!!!
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October 31, 2004
Jersey`s own Tom Jarozynski and his wife joined me today.
Fishing was slow most of the morning
ending up with 30 trout and 2 flounder.
Not one redfish was caught today. I
forgot my camera but they took pictures and I`ll post one when
they email them to me. Capt E.J.
October 28, 2004
- I think that last nights lunar eclipse put the clamps on the
fish bite this morning. Mr. Bennett Farrier and his friend from
Baton Rouge fished their tails off to catch 11 trout 2 flounder
and a couple of 8lb red fish. All fish were caught on O D green
pearl belly H&H minnows
October 26, 2004 -
Capt. Mike, Tony,
Bobby, Joe and myself fished the Terminix group out of the
Victoria Inn. Each boat averaged over 30 keeper fish with most
being trout. All fish were caught on plastic. Capt. Mike had big
red, 11lbs and Capt. Tony had most fish with 38 edging my 37 by
one. Wanting to book a corporate outing give us a call we do it
October 25, 2004 -
After slam dunking
the trout yesterday today turned out to be a whole new ballgame.
Dr. Paul Dacosta and his friend Scott
Limstrom fished hard to catch 20 keepers.
Scott casted for 4 hours with a fly
rod landing only 5 or 6 fish then
tried the casting gear and managed to land several more. Today was
little fish day but there is always tomorrow. No pictures today
due to dead battery. Capt. E.J.
October 24, 2004 - 4 Boats
Capt. Joe had
the Don Fendlason group from
Folsom. They had enough fish
early and returned to the dock before 11am.
Capt Tony had
Rick and Janet Phillips. They
managed to catch
fine mess of reds and trout.
Capt Mike fished
with Dean Davis and Bob Baker.
He was redfish king for the day
catching a limit and more of red fish. He kept
only a few reds and some trout for
I fished with
Jimmy and Vicky Briggs from Little
Rock. They were staying at the
Victoria Inn. They are good
bass fisherman who wanted to catch trout and reds but also landed
a few green trout. They did end
up with their limit of trout and a
couple of nice reds. Jimmy and Vicki
decided to release all the fish they caught today. Out again
tomorrow and 5 boats on Tuesday. Capt.
October 23, 2004 -
Nancy from the
Bayou Barn, her daughter Lisa, her son and a friend joined me
today. They were fishing in the
Yacht Club fishing rodeo out of Joe's Landing.
They had only two hours to fish and
the girls and kids made the most of it.
If you want to put a smile on a kids
face take him or her fishing.
Awesome! Capt E.J.
October 22, 2004
- Bill Benjamin
from North Carolina and I left
the dock at 6:30 heading for
Little Lake but the fog was so thick we did not make it
so I decided to try a spot that
I fished yesterday.
Sometimes things work out for the
best. After catching and
releasing over 40 trout we finally boated two nice reds which were
brought home for the grill. I still have some openings for next
weekend. Capt. E.J.
October 21, 2004 -
Mike Bradley and
Matt Hammond joined me today.
It started out with a bang but seemed to taper off about 9 am.
These guys had 2 jacks on at the same
time. It was a tug of war with both fish going about 30 lbs.
One broke the line and the other
broke the hook on a top dog.
After a 20 minute fight we got back to
fishing and left the trout biting at 12 noon. It turned out to be
a fair day catching and releasing
40 or more trout and a couple of nice
reds Don't forget we now have souvenirs available!!
October 19, 2004 -
Once again I had my
good friends Bill and Silvia Furlong from Folsom.
Thought we would smack the trout like
yesterday but that was yesterday and
today was, well lets just say we
worked very hard to catch 15 trout and 2 reds. Hard winds and
muddy water made it difficult.
All fish were caught tight line with H&H minnows.
October 18, 2004 -
David Legg and his
wife Bonnie from Georgia joined me today for some hot fishing
action. Only caught 3 reds but
managed to land
well over 50 trout. Could
not get Bonnie to hold a fish but here
they are with a nice 10lb plus red.
Out again tomorrow. I have a
for Friday so give me a call if you
would like to book a trip. We now have Jean Lafitte Charter T
shirts and caps for sale.
Thanks Capt. E.J.
October 17, 2004
Capt. E.J. -
Rogers and his wife Peggy fished with
me in the little lake area.
We ended up with 36 keeper trout with
plenty short ones. Larry caught
most of the short ones or maybe
it was because of that guy that was measuring them.
Back at it tomorrow,
Capt Mike - David French his wife
Elizabeth along with Tom Hayes and his wife Karen tried the east
side toward Myrtle Grove and produced 24 trout and 4 nice reds.
October 16, 2004
Morning Trip -
Saturday I had Ken
Sandberg and his two sons Steve and Carl.
35 trout and 4 large reds were the
catch of the day. All fish were
caught on H&H minnows with a ¼
oz jig head.
Evening Trip -
Saturday I had
Robert and Ruby Moore from Jackson Ms.
Robert tried his best to catch a
redfish on a flyrod but it did
not work out. He did manage to
boat 8 or more specks using a wet fly
and another dozen or so on H&H
minnows. I was very impressed
with his casting with the wind we had
in the afternoon.
October 15, 2004 -
Steve Smith and his
wife Barbara from Florida joined me today.
It turned out to be a drum day
although we did catch a few nice reds and several keeper trout.
All fish were released to fight
another day. Capt. E.J.
October 13, 2004 -
Had the pleasure of
fishing with Bob Zajdel and
friends who were staying at the
Victoria Inn. It was their first time fishing in Louisiana and for
a bunch of green horns they did very
well. Off tomorrow but out again Friday if the weather permits,
October 12, 2004 -
The fish were
on today. Lynne, Adrian, and Naji caught their limit of reds and
more. They also
caught a few trout and 8 or 10 drum.
The bait of the day was live and dead shrimp under a cork.
All fish were released to fight
another day, my kind of trip.
Out again tomorrow. Capt. E.J.
October 11, 2004
- Not much going on this
past week due to the storm in
the gulf. Most trips canceled but we did manage to do a little
scouting today. Caught a nice mess of reds and a couple trout.
Water is still very high from the storm. But should get back to
normal in a couple days with this front coming. Fishing looks
great the rest of the week and the weekend. We have a few spots
open this week due to cancellations. Call now to book your trip!
October 9, 2004 -
Saturday I had Mr. Laminack and his
wife Dale from Texas. We fished
in the afternoon in all the rain. I told them if they were crazy
enough to go I was crazy enough to take them. She caught a
flounder and he fought a 30lb
jack cravelle for almost an hour till he straighten the hook and
we lost him and that was it, lockjaw like you would not
believe. Back at it tomorrow
October 7, 2004 -
Thursday I fished
with one person. He managed to catch 3 nice reds and a few trout.
October 4, 2004 -
John, Brad, John
and I had a great day on the water boating over 100 trout for the
second straight day. Its easy
when the fish are
cooperating but it does get tough some
days. Not as many keepers today
but they only kept 10 for lunch at Jan's
. We also caught and released a couple
of nice reds. Still have a few open dates in October.
October 3, 2004 - Sunday had
Martin Wells and Carl Schafer from Madison IN. They boated over
100 fish with most of them being trout. Would have had a two man
limit of keepers if we were keeping them. I will be eating the
flounder they caught for dinner. :) Capt E.J.
October 1-2, 2004 -
On Friday and Saturday we had a crew
of good old boys from Georgia who struggled on Friday but managed
to boat an ice chest of fish on Saturday.
Gorgeous SE Louisiana Redfish
4 Buddies loving there day on the water with Capt. EJ
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