I had Gerald Hunt and crew down on May 7th.The guys came down from Baton Rouge and as far as Wisconsin to get some redfish action. We were running to where we caught fish on Monday when we spotted a big school of redfish. The boat was still moving and we were hooked up!!Non-stop action until we put number 25 on ice. We even caught a few trout that were in the shallow ponds. Everything caught on 1/2oz Johnson gold spoon. Come on down and experience the action..
Who would have thought it would be in the forties during the middle of April!!! Well I hope this is the last we see of old man winter, bring on summer-time..Well the water temps did not fall that much and the fish just kept on biting..Solid action on trout and redfish this month. We caught some really nice trout on topwater and large swim baits. Number of trout are being caught under the birds on doulbe rigs..Redfish are in the shallows and are easy pickings on gold spoons and spinnerbaits. Come get in on the great action.
AWESOME fishing this month!! Redfish and trout in the shallows during the warm weather between fronts. When it gets cool we are finding the fish stacked in the deeper water. Swim baits and live minnows under a cork have been working great. Look for the fishing just to get better as the weather warms up.
Fantastic February!!! Sad that duck season is over, but the fishing is on fire!! Right now we can go out, all in the same day and catch redfish, speckled trout, sheephead, drum, flounder and then go catch largemouth bass and sacalait( crappie, white perch, etc.
This duck season has been the best in the past three years. Steady action from start to finish. We have had many fronts that have pushed new birds our way. We have killed two double banded blue bill this season, that is a first for me. The fishing has been fantastic as well for redfish, trout, sheephead and drum. I have meet a lot of great people from all over the country. Thanks for trusting me to show you guys a great time. We have a few weeks of the season left and it looks like we will go out with a bang!!! Happy New Year.....
Come down and get in on the BLAST AND CAST trips!! We are shooting ducks and then loading the boat with redfish and trout all in the same day. We are shooting gadwall, teal, mottled ducks, redheads, shovelers and bluebill. We have new ducks arriving with each passing front. The fishing will stay great all year long.
The speckled trout and redfish are showing up in the interior marshes and bays. Redfish are biting spinnerbaits and gold spoons in the ponds and bait in the deep holes. Look for birds in lake Mechant and Boudreaux and you will find the trout. Throw double rigged bayou chub minnows and a single bayou chub under a cajun thunder cork. The teal are here and we are also starting to see a few big ducks. By November our marshes will be covered in ducks and they are allready loaded with redfish and trout.
Lots of redfish action right now. We are finding schools of tailing fish in the shallows. They are eating gold spoons and my cajun redfish spinnerbaits. Look for clear water with grass and there will be redfish. The trout fishing is still good and they are biting great at night. Teal are showing up allready so we will have a great early teal season. That will make for a great Blast and Cast trip. I am selling the tackle that I use in my operations. Pictures on the side bar. E-mail me with any orders.
Going into August it seems like some trout are moving near the coast where a bunch of shrimp are located. Fish birds near the bank or on long points to find the better fish. Double rigged chicken on a chan and glow/chartreuse bayou chub minnows. Also keep a chartruese she-dog rigged up to make a long cast when you see a shrimp jump out of the water. The redfish are moving out of the shallow ponds and can be found in the deep holes and shorelines of major lakes and bays.
July 18th week the big trout are eating up live crokers. We had 225 trout in a 3-day trip with Mr. Tommy Lynton. Tommy caught a 5.92 TROUT...we had a bunch of 3 lbs trout and redfish from 20" to 30lbs. Fishing the near shore oil rigs. Carolina rigs with 3/4oz weights are all you need right now. The fish have turned off plastics and want the real stuff. The bite will continue on through August with night trips being the way to "beat the heat"
As July 4th weekend rolled around we found the fishing to be fantastic..about normal for July in Louisiana. This week we have been catching speckled trout, redfish and bass. Day and night the fishing is off the charts. We have been catching the trout on live crokers and double rigged plastics. The redfish have been eating up gold spoons and spinnerbaits in the shallow ponds and lakes. We have also been loading up on bass in the brakish water. I am talking about 100 fish a day. Rat-l-traps, flukes and crankbaits have been awesome. Then at night we have been busting up the redfish and trout at the lights on the water. Fish boiling the water and eating anything you throw. Day or night You can not go wrong coming see me for a fishing trip this summer.
The weather is getting hot but the fishing is on fire!! We are loading the boat with redfish and trout. The redfish are in the shallow ponds and bays. We are catching them on gold spoons and spinner baits. You can pick the one you want to catch and drop it on his nose. HOLD ON!!!These redfish can fight. If it is bull reds ..fish that are 20-30 lbs they are in large schools, the water turns red with fish. If that is not enough we are loading up on speckled trout in the bays and on the barrier islands and near shore rigs.
The summer bite is on .Come fill your freezer up with trout fillets. We have caught over 500 trout this week. Tandem rigged bayou chub minnows in chicken on a chain and glow with chartreuse tails . If it is big redfish you want they are also schooling up in the shallow grassy bays. We saw one school of over 30 fish and these were some 27-35 inch class fish.
The trout and redfish bite is off the charts. Dularge, Cocodrie, it dont mattter. The trout are moving south and can be caught over oyster reefs, where they are eating up shrimp getting fat for the spawn. Look for birds and moving water. The redfish are loaded in the shallow ponds. Look for clear water with grass and you will find all the redfish you need for a great trip. We have been throwing 1/2 oz gold spoons and spinnerbaits.
Redfish everywhere!!! The redfish have been in the shallow ponds. Sight fishing with gold spoons and spinner baits. Look for clear water with grass and the reds are there. Lake Boudreaux shoreline and bays have been on fire. We are catching some trout as well. Zoom Soft plastic flukes under a Cajun Thunder cork has been the ticket.
We have been giving the redfish and trout a little break. The fresh water fishing has been on fire. Bass and crappie are spawning with the warm weather.
Well now that duck season is over, it is fishing time. The mild winter we are havingis making the fishing excellent. The redfish have never left the shallow ponds except for a few days during the coldest weather. This week we found a massive school of redfish in one pond. As far as you could see there were tailing redfish. They were in only a foot of water and they were a little spooky and hard to catch. We had to anchor out and let them come to us. When the school would pass by everyone in the boat would hook-up. 1/2 oz gold spoons did the trick, with a few caught on topwaters. The trout have been biting but everyone has wanted to catch redfish. come get in on the action!!
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We are catching redfish on all trips and trout when the weather cooperates. Lake Boudreaux is holding redfish anywhere you find a cut with moving water. The trout are at Coon point on the beach and rocks. Call me for a memorable trip.. 985-857-8552
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