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B. Hymel

Baton Rouge, LA USA

Mike, congrats on your upcoming new site. I hope that it will stop people like Angie Stewart from posting an ad for Island Marina every day. At least your guides, real marinas and other businesses post fishing reports and other tips on how to catch fish. This daily b.s. of the same old ad is getting old. I actually fished that area last week on two separate occasions and skipped that marina because of its abusive posting on this site.

Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 10:05:12 PM

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Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, L USA

We had a pretty decent day of fishing today at
Sweetwater Marina on Delacroix Island.  
Everybody caught enough fish for a couple of
fish fry's.  Only few limits came in, but most folks
had really good numbers of fish even if not limits.  
Sorry to those customers who got there after we
ran out of live shrimp this morning.  Good news
is we have plenty of live shrimp for tomorrow and
as always would love to see you.  If you would
like to make a great fishing trip call us.  Capt.
Jack can take you during the week and we have
some great Captains who can take you on the
weekend.  So come on down to the second
launch on Delacroix Island, Sweetwater Marina,
and let Capt. Jack, Mr. Ronnie, Tony and Jessie
get you started.  They will put your boat in the
water, put you on the fish, and when you return
with an ice chest full of fish they'll clean 'em and
bag 'em for you.  And while you are here ask to
check out our lodging.  It's the best deal in
Delacrolix - sleeps 6, free launch, kitchenette,
cable, wifi. BBQ pit - all for just $159 a night.  
Just wake up and fish.  Whatever you need to
make your fishing trip a success, we probably
have it in our baitshop, including maps and
helpful tips from Mr. Ronnie and Tony.  Anything
we can do to help make your trip fun, successful
and safe - just ask.  We would love to see you at
Sweetwater Marina, the marina that loves their
customers.  And remember we are the second
launch.

If you are interested in a charter or lodging
please call 504-342-2368.  A smalll deposit will
hold your reservation.  Hope to see you soon.

Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 7:09:26 PM

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Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, L USA

We had a pretty decent day of fishing today at
Sweetwater Marina on Delacroix Island.  
Everybody caught enough fish for a couple of
fish fry's.  Only few limits came in, but most folks
had really good numbers of fish even if not limits.  
Sorry to those customers who got there after we
ran out of live shrimp this morning.  Good news
is we have plenty of live shrimp for tomorrow and
as always would love to see you.  If you would
like to make a great fishing trip call us.  Capt.
Jack can take you during the week and we have
some great Captains who can take you on the
weekend.  So come on down to the second
launch on Delacroix Island, Sweetwater Marina,
and let Capt. Jack, Mr. Ronnie, Tony and Jessie
get you started.  They will put your boat in the
water, put you on the fish, and when you return
with an ice chest full of fish they'll clean 'em and
bag 'em for you.  And while you are here ask to
check out our lodging.  It's the best deal in
Delacrolix - sleeps 6, free launch, kitchenette,
cable, wifi. BBQ pit - all for just $159 a night.  
Just wake up and fish.  Whatever you need to
make your fishing trip a success, we probably
have it in our baitshop, including maps and
helpful tips from Mr. Ronnie and Tony.  Anything
we can do to help make your trip fun, successful
and safe - just ask.  We would love to see you at
Sweetwater Marina, the marina that loves their
customers.  And remember we are the second
launch.

If you are interested in a charter or lodging
please call 504-342-2368.  A smalll deposit will
hold your reservation.  Hope to see you soon.

Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 7:08:22 PM

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Angie Stewart

New Orleans, LA USA

Island Marina

Lake Catherine, Lake Borgne, Lake Ponchartrain, & the Biloxi Marsh

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With 52 wet slips, 16 dry slips, and 25 trailered boat slips, Island Marina has storage solutions for a wide variety of boats. Island Marina offers chartered fishing, dock-side fueling and oil, live bait and tackle, and ice.

We are open from 5am - 5pm.

Mention you saw this ad on RodnReel and if you are the first of the day to tell the marina you saw them on RodnReel you will win an instant Free Launch.

If you are not the first you name will go into the Free Launch bowl and you still have a chance to get a Free Launch via a weekly drawing.

The trout and redfish are turning on in Lake Borgne.

Look how close we are to Lake Borgne.

 photo Screen Shot 2016-07-01 
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Bring your maps, we will mark some good spots for you.

(504) 662-5741

26204 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70129

Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 6:04:17 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

After using the new site, please send me an email (top left on the of every page of new site) with your comments... good, bad and the ugly.

We are still tweeking the new site so you will love it!


RodnReel.com V2 is going to be released soon. The target date is August 5, 2016

We have been working on the upgrade for 7 months.

There are many improvements to give everyone a more enhanced experience.

For you, greater exposure, and simplicity.

Larger pictures displayed.

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Go to: Rv2.com
Register if your are new or login (top right of page)
If you have logged in before and you are using the same computer you should me logged in automatically.
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Please notice my phone number and email address is on the top of every page. I am here to help everyone. Please call of email if you have any questions.

Please put up reports now. They will be live when we release Version 2.

Put up plenty of pictures.

You can put up videos as well as pics.
The Videos must be on YouTube first. Then you copy the full YouTube URL at the top of the page when viewing the video.

Please use a desktop machine and not a cell phone for now.

The new website will be compatible with cell phones soon, but is not optimized yet,

On or about the 5th of August the old site will no longer be accessible.

It is very important to put up as many posts as you can before we release the new site.

I appreciate your participation very much.

I will be available to answer and all of your questions as always.

Sincerely,

Mike Lane
RodnReel.com
(504) 858-0484

Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 2:34:12 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

I am still tweaking the new version of RodnReel.

I am working on the weather page.

If anyone has a favorite link or two that you like for weather, please email it/them to me.

Thank you.

MikeLaneNewOrleans@gmail.com

Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 9:40:37 AM

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will

laplace, LA USA

What would be better at Grand Isle
Saturday night or Sunday morning?

Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 12:24:26 AM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

             TEAM JO-JO

Posted for a first mate Tuesday for a Wednesday trip, no response had we not got. It has been a week plus one day since Oneofthepack has been on the water, this defiantly NOT a good sign, and it shows in my behavior, attitude, and physical condition, so who you gonna call, no one just do it. That being said Oneofthepack did a solo trips this morning to regain my happiness, sanity, and self-worth.

SIGNS:

• Long time off the water
• Had a good Thursday as we met up with Big Mike Lane, Big Andrew & Oneofthepack went to lunch with him at Phil’s Marine restaurant, the fish stories & lady stories where coming in / out faster than Silverwonders on a feeding frenzy, I mean it was really getting deep.
• Called Big Tony, he called about gong Wednesday, but he had his days mixed, offered to take him today, but he could not get away, offered Saturday, but he had to work, so we will set up a date for next week.
• Woke to the lighting and thundering outside, got out of bed just knew it would be a good day for fishing, Oneofthepack really likes nasty looking days for a number of reasons, 1) Less fisherpersons, 2) overcast mild temps, 3) sun don’t come out hides behind the clouds, and 4) fish seem to bite better.
• Late start, left the abode around 7:30 AM
• Quick ride DOWN Hwy 11 & 90, no wildlife sightings
• Did see some heavy equipment in the bays, and bayou along Hwy 11, (west side) wonder what they are messing with now?????
• Passed on Waffle House
• Passed on McDonnel
• Passed on last Stop store, but did stop on the way back for snacks and drink, also gave them Mike Lane’s business card, suggested they call Mike and see if they could advertise on RodNReel.com, he has the attention of a lot of fisherperson heading down her way.
• Check point Abel, canal at junction water level up
• Check point Bravo, Reggio canal water falling
• Reached the Bay Flat Sr she high and dry, looked like she missed me, and her too showing signs of stress from lack of fishing & company.
• Quick load up of gear into her, off to Lionel’s for some ice and dead bait (2#) yes I typed dead bait. The crew from Kansas had such a good time last time out, figured I would give it a chance to see what it was like to fish with bait.
• Off to spot # 64 to start the day, reached the honey hole at 8:40 AM sharp

CONDITIONS:

• Perfect
• Calm wind, Little Lake like glass, around 11:45 wind shifted to N.N.E. 14-16 mph, steady as she blew
• Over cast cloudy day, just like Oneofthepack likes it, it keeps the sun off you and the temps down.
• Warm to mild temps, did do a lot of sweating when the sun was out, but this condition did not last for long. When the ran hit and winds picked up decide to run in, as we running in we would hit pockets / burst of cold air, temperatures would drop 6-8 degrees, this was wonderful.
• It rain a little, very little, just enough to cool things off, got a little wet, but mostly from sweating.
• Water level up 10”
• Water temp hot
• Water clarity on a scale; of 1-7 was a 3 plus, not bad, but a little sandy looking
• Tide, end of a falling tide, by 9:15 tide stopped, did not start to come in till around 11:28 AM, but never did really get a good head of steam up.
• Saw 2 boats fishing Bayou Gently area, me think they concerned about the weather

TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY:

• Have FUN
• Get a much needed attitude adjustment
• Find out what fishing with dead bait was all about
• Started out with dead bait & just an H&H ¼ oz. jig head with gold hook, but the crabs where having a field day with his rig. Switched over to the Carolina rig w/ 3/8 oz. sliding sinker, this got the bait off the bottom, and the fishes seem to like this technique better.
• Find a spot  with the four fundamentals / criteria of catching:
1 Wind at your back
2 Moving water
3 Water clarity
4 Holding fish
• Item # 1 a none factor, item # 2 was a little challenge, so moved down to where bayou chocked down to get a better water movement, # 3 was little off, but me think this was because of the slack tide, and no problem with item # 4, we were on / in the honey hole for sure.
• Cork nothing
• Try not to get to wet, and / or hit by lighting.

LURE DU JOUR:

• 3” H&H purple beetle matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook, nailed the Silverwodners.
• Matrix Shad Leon Drop nothing
• All other fish caught with dead bait, see techniques used above

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS ON THE MAP FISHED:

Spot # 64 produce all fishes

OUR REWARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• (13) Silverwonders, (10) throw backs
• (6) Reds
• (1) Bass
• (1) Drum
• (2) fresh water cats
• (1) Banana fish
• (2) crabs
• (4) Gaff tops
• (2) Hard heads
• (4) bottoms, another thing I like about power pro line, bottom does not win as often
• Food & drink provide by Lionel’s, as I left Ms. Joan wished me well and said to be careful as it gets real hot out their
• Real nice BIG fresh shrimp dead bait, perfect size for fishing bottom
• Big Pablo called to get some Intel, as he and his crew will be out and about tomorrow down in our Disney world known as Delacroix Island.
• Stopped by at Jeanfreau’s meat market on the way back, picked up a center cut pork roast for Sunday, 1/2 a filet migon for the ganddaughtreofthepack, and made a new friend. As the meat person in the back was waiting on me, notice he had a hook in his cap, like fishing says I, yes says he, love it says he, says I, do you want some fish, looked puzzled, about that time a young lady down the counter comes up and says I will take some. Ask the young guy if he had an ice chest, yesum says he, meet me outside and you can have all I have, got my hand shake & smile, made my day.
• Loveofthepack and Oneofthepack got to take the grandkidsofthepack swimming all evening, then off to Tray Yens in Mandeville to eat, what an unexpected treat.
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Easy call for today, young guy at the meat market, he did not even go fishing and wind up with all the fish.

SUGGESTIONS:

Had some luck with lures today, but suggest you get live and dead shrimp to fish with just in case lures are not on fishes menu when you go out, this time of the year we need all the help we can get.

Catching usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.

Big Wanda emailed say she ready to make a trip, hope to hook up with her one day next week, stay tune, until then:

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 10:32:10 PM

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Mileypop

Metairie, LA USA

BATON ROUGE - Scientist release report to rebuild coast...

A team of scientists and community experts have released key recommendations to maintain and build land in coastal Louisiana.

Their recommendations focus on operating Mississippi River sediment diversions and consider the needs of communities, wildlife and fisheries.

Seven LSU faculty served on the 12-member Sediment Diversion Operations Expert Working Group, which put forth these recommendations. LSU faculty lent their expertise in hydrology, oceanography, estuarine ecology, fisheries, wildlife, biogeochemistry, natural resource economics, law and policy.

“Over the past 50 years, Louisiana has lost 20 percent of its wetlands - an area the size of Delaware. People living near the coast depend on the wetlands for their livelihoods. This land loss also affects resident fish and animals, migrating birds and shrimp, crab and oysters that comprise valuable stock for the U.S. seafood industry,” said John Andrew Nyman, LSU School of Renewable Natural Resources professor and one of the leading scientists in the working group. “Land loss over the next 50 years will be worse than it needs to be if we don't manage the river to build new wetlands.”

The Sediment Diversion Operations Expert Working Group issued its recommendations after eight months of analysis and discussion, which included collaboration with more than 40 additional specialists on issues ranging from wetland health to socio-economic effects.

In their report, the group recommends operating diversions to take full advantage of winter flood peaks and to target the rising flow of the spring flood peaks, establishing robust monitoring programs as well as flexibility to modify operations rapidly as conditions change and maintaining transparent and open communications with communities and industries that could be affected by diversions.

Sediment diversions are engineering structures consisting of gates and channels that will be built into Mississippi River levees to allow fresh river water, sediment and other nutrients to flow into wetlands to help build and sustain land.

These manmade diversions will mimic the natural processes that originally built the land of coastal Louisiana. Lessons learned in Louisiana about how to use nature to rebuild land and protect coastal communities can be applied to other regions facing similar risks of coastal erosion, rising seas and increased storms.

The state of Louisiana is advancing two diversion projects south of New Orleans toward construction in 2020.

Both the Mid Barataria and Mid Breton sediment diversions are included in the state’s 2012 Coastal Master Plan, which was unanimously approved by the Louisiana Legislature. The Sediment Diversion Operations Expert Working Group, noting that how a sediment diversion is operated will be critical to its overall success, released their independent recommendations with the goal of informing the state as it starts to develop operations plans for these sediment diversions.

Key recommendations include:
•Sediment diversions should be operated on a pulse that mimics the natural flood cycle of the Mississippi River, which includes taking full advantage of winter flood peaks from November through February when the greatest concentration of sediment is available in the river to sustain the coastal wetlands, as well as operating in the spring when sand needed for building land is at its highest.
•Operations plans should include robust monitoring and flexibility for adjustments based on rapidly changing conditions, such as hurricanes and other events.
•Diversions should be opened gradually over a 5-10 year period to help develop distributary channel networks, reduce flooding risks, and allow plants, fish, and wildlife species to adjust to new conditions.
•Local communities, industries and others that will be affected by diversions must be consulted and kept informed throughout all phases of diversion development and operations. Genuine attempts to mitigate socio-economic effects without compromising the effectiveness of the diversion are critical.
•A clear governance structure should be established to determine roles and responsibilities of all parties and to establish a transparent decision-making process for diversion operations.

Since the 1930s, Louisiana has lost nearly 1,900 square miles of land, or a football field of land every hour, primarily due to leveeing of the river for flood control and navigation.

In the midst of this ongoing land loss crisis, sediment diversions are vital restoration tools needed to build and sustain coastal wetlands. These wetlands are crucial for protecting communities and industries from the effects of storms and rising seas as well as providing habitat for birds and wildlife.

Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 9:58:01 PM

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Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, L USA

Today was a long day of fishing for Capt. Jack.  
He left the launch at Sweetwater Marina on
Delacroix Island at 5:15 with Mr. Earl of Bayou
Concrete Pumping and 3 of his buddies.  They
fished till noon, when some big thunderstorms
ran them back in, then headed back out for
round two at about 4:30 staying out till just
before dark.  They ended the day with 33 Trout,
2 Reds, 2 Sheepheads and probably 100 plus
throw backs.  Others who fished with us today
reported a couple limits, a few had close to
limits, others didn't catch anything.  For
tomorrow try Black Bay, Lake Campo, Lake
Fortunate, Pumpkin Lake - these are all places
they stopped today, and they caught
everywhere, just not a lot of big ones.  Don't be
discouraged by today's mediocre report,
tomorrow it could be totally different.  The bad
news of the is you should definitely stop on your
way down to get live shrimp.  If you would like to
make a great fishing trip call us.  Capt. Jack can
take you during the week and we have some
great Captains who can take you on the
weekend.  So come on down to the second
launch on Delacroix Island, Sweetwater Marina,
and let Capt. Jack, Mr. Ronnie, Tony and Jessie
get you started.  They will put your boat in the
water, put you on the fish, and when you return
with an ice chest full of fish they'll clean 'em and
bag 'em for you.  And while you are here ask to
check out our lodging.  It's the best deal in
Delacrolix - sleeps 6, free launch, kitchenette,
cable, wifi. BBQ pit - all for just $159 a night.  
Just wake up and fish.  Whatever you need to
make your fishing trip a success, we probably
have it in our baitshop, including maps and
helpful tips from Mr. Ronnie and Tony.  Anything
we can do to help make your trip fun, successful
and safe - just ask.  We would love to see you at
Sweetwater Marina, the marina that loves their
customers.  And remember we are the second
launch.

If you are interested in a charter or lodging
please call 504-342-2368.  A smalll deposit will
hold your reservation.  Hope to see you soon.

Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 9:22:47 PM

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Chuck

New Orleans , LA USA

Has anyone heard of the Louisiana Sportsmens
Coalition?  Is it a worthwhile and worthy
organization join?

Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 7:15:10 PM

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Angie Stewart

New Orleans, LA USA

Island Marina

Lake Catherine, Lake Borgne, Lake Ponchartrain, & the Biloxi Marsh

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With 52 wet slips, 16 dry slips, and 25 trailered boat slips, Island Marina has storage solutions for a wide variety of boats. Island Marina offers chartered fishing, dock-side fueling and oil, live bait and tackle, and ice.

We are open from 5am - 5pm.

Mention you saw this ad on RodnReel and if you are the first of the day to tell the marina you saw them on RodnReel you will win an instant Free Launch.

If you are not the first you name will go into the Free Launch bowl and you still have a chance to get a Free Launch via a weekly drawing.

The trout and redfish are turning on in Lake Borgne.

Look how close we are to Lake Borgne.

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at 9.27.06 
AM_zpsc66ytm7q.png

Bring your maps, we will mark some good spots for you.

(504) 662-5741

26204 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70129

Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 6:33:15 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

SLICK CALM & VERY HOT TODAY!

We had regular Billy Boykin & crew from Terry Services in Jackson MS on two boats with Capt. Zach running the second boat.

We fished Speckled Trout sticking and moving never really getting on a frenzy anywhere.

We finished up at 11:00 am with 75 Speckled Trout and 2 Redfish.

BIG THANKS TO BILLY BOYKIN & CREW!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

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Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 4:19:21 PM

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Steve nelson

New Orleans , LA USA

Had a great trip this past weekend with Capt.
John cole of southern catch charters. Ended up
with 10 yellowfin and 5 black fin. All on top water
plugs. Great time and thanks again! Put together
a video of the trip at the below link.
https://youtu.be/fwdVYKkNGx4

Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 2:11:26 PM

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John

Jackson, MS USA

I would like to give a shout out to Capt Evan with
Seatow who rescued me yesterday after my
starter failed on my boat.  Evan was right on and
got us in before any bad weather caught us.  
When I joined Seatow my starter was not even
on my mind.  Seatow is a good investment.  
Thanks Capt Evan.

Friday, July 22, 2016 @ 7:39:20 AM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

LIMITS LIMITS LIMITS……

I had the pleasure of hosting the annual B and K Construction, company trip. Mike Tassin called me early in the year and locked the date down on the books. Capt’s Jonathan, Jacques, and Steve all helped with the crew. All boats blistered the trout catching over 300 and even had a few reds and a lone triple tail to boot. Great time and fun crew….we look forward to next year!

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp and croakers under corks. For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

WE’VE BEEN ON A SPECTACULAR TROUT BITE. DON’T WAIT TO RESERVE YOUR DATE AND GET STUCK BOOKING WITH JUST "ANY" GUIDE SERVICE. Come see why we have such a repeat clientele and keep our groups coming back! Some people tell you about all the fish they catch…our pictures prove it. Look at our catches day in day out before you make your next decision! NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

*****ATTENTION ANGLERS WE ARE NOW BOOKING UP FOR THIS COMING FALL SEASON AND HAVE ALSO OPENED THE BOOKS FOR 2017*****

Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerry.net or "LIKE" us on FACEBOOK CLICK HERE

Premier Overnight Accommodations, Multiple Boat Trips (NO Group is Too Big), Corporate Rates, and Evening Trips are Available!!!

****WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, AND NOW TAKING AMERICAN EXPRESS****

OUGHT TO BE FISHING CHARTERS......it's what you "OUGHTTA" be doing!!!!  
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Thursday, July 21, 2016 @ 3:46:09 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empir e / Buras, LA USA

THREE DAY REPORT!

Tuesday was day two for Don, Bobby & Philip. Fishing Redfish using shrimp under popping corks the guys finished the day with their limits of fine Redfish.

Wednesday was day one for the Derrick family from Texas. Daron, Susan and Drew fished Redfish finishing the day with 10 fine keepers and to many throwbacks to count.

Today was day two for the Derrick family. Daron, Susan, and Drew fished Speckled Trout finishing with 50 keepers and to many throwbacks to count.

BIG THANKS TO ALL THE WONDERFUL FOLKS THAT FISH WITH US!

AUGUST 1, 3, 4, & 5 ARE OPEN TO FISH WITH US!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

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Thursday, July 21, 2016 @ 1:30:50 PM

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Capt.John Haller-1 Chasing Tail Charters

Rigolets, LA USA

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RUNNING THE BUOYS!!!

Mike Lively has been fishing with me for a few years now and always come back for more.He is from the Florida east coast and loves to catch Tripletails.He also explained to me how hard they were to catch over there on the Florida east coast due to the clear waters and hi fishing pressure so I showed he a few on my tricks I had up my sleeves.All Tripletail 5 to 10 lb range were caught yesterday on live shrimp under popping cork with a few secret rigging to put a nice box limit together.

*****1 CHASING TAIL Charters LLC****

Established since 2002

Welcome aboard to fish with one of the oldest and most experience charter boat fishing company and guide service on the entire northern Gulf Coast region. We simply go to the best fishing grounds for each season and the species of fish you desire to catch.

Several boats with veteran captains on stand by year around for LARGE GROUPS with SPECIAL PRICING and CORPORATE DISCOUNT RATES(no groups are to big) !!!

Modern LODGING and RESTAURANTS with great local SEAFOOD just minutes away from The Marina!!!

CUSTOM and EVENING TRIPS available at customer request!!!

*****ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ARE NOW ACCEPTED VISA - MASTER CARD - AMERICAN EXPRESS - DISCOVERY - VIA PAY PAL*****

Please visit my website for addition information www.fishinglouisiana.net Like and follow me on www.facebook @1chasingtailcharters and www.twitter @1chasingtail

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL TO BOOK YOUR TRIP 601-799-6193 or email 1chasingtail@att.net and I will PERSONALLY put you on the FISH and FUN guaranteed!!!

Thank You ,

Capt. John Haller

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Thursday, July 21, 2016 @ 8:21:58 AM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

I had the pleasure of fishing today with Captain Sonny Schindler of Shore Thing Fishing Charters.

I gave him a call and told him I wanted to catch a couple of Trippletail.

Well he knows what he is doing and we caught just what I wanted.

Renee and I enjoyed the beautiful weather and just being out on the water for a few hours. Renee caught her first and second Trippletail, awesome!

Captain Sonny was laid back, very friendly and like I said knows exactly what he is doing.

We took some great pictures and some video.

I will publish this video/picture version of our trip once I get it edited.

For know I encourage you to take a look at Sonny’s slide show.

If you want to catch trout, reds, flounder and Tripletail, give him a call and book your trip today.

www. shorethingcharters.com
228-342-2206
capt_mike@shorethingcharters.com

Thanks you Sonny, great day!

From Sonny - Enjoy…

Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 7:18:28 PM

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Angie Stewart

New Orleans, LA USA

Island Marina

Lake Catherine, Lake Borgne, Lake Ponchartrain, & the Biloxi Marsh

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With 52 wet slips, 16 dry slips, and 25 trailered boat slips, Island Marina has storage solutions for a wide variety of boats. Island Marina offers chartered fishing, dock-side fueling and oil, live bait and tackle, and ice.

We are open from 5am - 5pm.

Mention you saw this ad on RodnReel and if you are the first of the day to tell the marina you saw them on RodnReel you will win an instant Free Launch.

If you are not the first you name will go into the Free Launch bowl and you still have a chance to get a Free Launch via a weekly drawing.

The trout and redfish are turning on in Lake Borgne.

Look how close we are to Lake Borgne.

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Bring your maps, we will mark some good spots for you.

(504) 662-5741

26204 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70129

Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 6:20:25 PM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

On intellicast website, the wind forecast for tomorrow morning is looking BLUE!!!

To me, that means calm winds are forecast.
Latest report is that fish are just a "Stone's" throw away in Black Bay.

This time of the year, you have to be early to beat the heat.
Otherwise the trout will move off the island and look for deeper and cooler water.


Stone Island can be accessed from Delacroix and also from Point a la hache.
The shorter boat ride is from Point a la hache.

However the car ride is a little bit longer to Point a la hache, depending upon leaving location.

Google Earth shows coordinates as N 29 34'42.39" W 89 32'05.64"


Small boats need to watch the winds in Black Bay, as the area is wide open and storms develop quickly.
This may be a good starting point, but always check with your Marina Operator for the latest intel on where the fish are biting.

May the trout rise up to eat your bait
May the wind be always to your back
Stay safe my friends!


Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 4:05:39 PM

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Cast and Blast Charters-Captain Chris Pike

Delacroix, LA USA

Countdown to Teal Season!!!

Teal season is fast approaching guys and gals and we are fortunate to be allowed 6 per person again this year! We have 2 boats left open for opening day which is September 10 and plenty openings for the remainder of the season as well as big duck season. The Bluewing numbers are high again this year and Delacroix will be their destination. If you decide to hunt, make sure to give an evening fishing trip a thought, you won't be disappointed. Teal season is the perfect time to book your "Cast and Blast" before the cold weather approaches us and makes our fishing days limited. Whether you'd like a morning duck hunt, an evening fishing trip, or a full day "Cast and Blast", give us a call!

Please check out our website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com!!!

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Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 2:26:32 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

GOOD DAY AT THE OFFICE….

I had the pleasure of guiding regular, Mike Sambola with Fontainebleau Junior High, along with his wife and two friends. We stayed on the edges of the sound getting on a couple decent bites. In process of making a move got a call from Capt. Jacques and the fish were going nuts. Pulled up near by him and stuck the anchor. Didn’t look good first 3 cast, but after that the fish decided to bite. We sat there and worked the fish over. 125 trout later we headed for the barn and got lucky with the storms on the way in.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp and croakers under corks. For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

WE’VE BEEN ON A SPECTACULAR TROUT BITE. DON’T WAIT TO RESERVE YOUR DATE AND GET STUCK BOOKING WITH JUST "ANY" GUIDE SERVICE. Come see why we have such a repeat clientele and keep our groups coming back! Some people tell you about all the fish they catch…our pictures prove it. Look at our catches day in day out before you make your next decision! NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

*****ATTENTION ANGLERS WE ARE NOW BOOKING UP FOR THIS COMING FALL SEASON AND HAVE ALSO OPENED THE BOOKS FOR 2017***

Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerry.net or "LIKE" us on FACEBOOK CLICK HERE

Premier Overnight Accommodations, Multiple Boat Trips (NO Group is Too Big), Corporate Rates, and Evening Trips are Available!!!

****WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, AND NOW TAKING AMERICAN EXPRESS****

OUGHT TO BE FISHING CHARTERS......it's what you "OUGHTTA" be doing!!!!
 
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TRP

New Orleans, LA USA

Great story on NOLA.com by Todd Masson of the
fellow that caught 3 permits off of Fourchon.
Being a great sport, he returned the fish to the gulf.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 @ 8:08:39 PM

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Scankdog

New Iberia, LA USA

Went put down at quintana canal solo
and
went to the reefs again, weather was
very favorable early, slight to
moderate
winds out of ene, water was a little
stained , 2 out of 7 on clean scale,
high tide moving slow, water temp was
about 86 degrees, fished in about 5ft
of
water. The moon was under foot at
around
10am. Main presentation used was glow
shrimp under a popping cork and
tandem
rigged chartruese beetles.

Caught 22 speckled trout(12 to 14
inches), had to move around some and
couldn

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016 @ 8:02:24 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

              TEAM JO-JO

Oneofthepack off the water for a long, long time, since last Tuesday, need to get back to making milk run around our Disney World known as Delacroix Island.

Opening Bay Flat Sr for tomorrow AM, any first mates looking to make a trip contact us 504-915-4896.

EXPECTATIONS:

• Have fun
• Spend the morning in the fresh air
• Enjoying all the wildlife
• Check out Big Shadow, alligator friend we met fishing last time out
• Get some run time on the Yamaha Dream Machine
• As for catching, not much hope in this department, but “You got to go got know”
• Hope to last in the sun as long as we can without the red button popping out

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 @ 5:35:14 PM

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footsmonster

terrytown, LA USA

Had a change of pace last Saturday and went with my bass fishing friends to their camp in Boothville for some afternoon dippin in the canes.  The river came up about a foot but we still managed to catch a few in the afternoon.  Couldn't tell you where we were except to say it was a pass off Main Pass to the right and we used some dark colored lizard looking things tied to power pro.  We went real fast and did a lot of trolling but it was a beautiful trip down there and was nice to just ride and fish for a change and those bass were good eatin.  We saw the craziest thing when we were heading back.  Three guys in a canoe paddling down river.  We stopped and talked to them and they said they were 6 weeks out of Minnesota and almost to the end of their journey which was the mouth of the river. They didn't even have a fishing pole.  Crazy what some people do for fun but they probably think that about us.  

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016 @ 1:11:00 PM

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Jeff Clark

Holden, LA USA

I am wanting to take my 6 year old son saltwater fishing for the first time. I would like to know if there is still some decent fishing around the slidell, rigolets, twin span, or train trestle area in July/August? Or do I need to go to Lake Borne or further south to make his experience a nice one? Thanks for the help

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 @ 12:58:44 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

After using the new site, please send me an email (top left on the of every page of new site) with your comments... good, bad and the ugly.

We are still tweeking the new site so you will love it!


RodnReel.com V2 is going to be released soon. The target date is August 5, 2016

We have been working on the upgrade for 7 months.

There are many improvements to give everyone a more enhanced experience.

For you, greater exposure, and simplicity.

Larger pictures displayed.

-------------------------------------------------
Go to: Rv2.com
Register if your are new or login (top right of page)
If you have logged in before and you are using the same computer you should me logged in automatically.
-----------------------------------------------

Please notice my phone number and email address is on the top of every page. I am here to help everyone. Please call of email if you have any questions.

Please put up reports now. They will be live when we release Version 2.

Put up plenty of pictures.

You can put up videos as well as pics.
The Videos must be on YouTube first. Then you copy the full YouTube URL at the top of the page when viewing the video.

Please use a desktop machine and not a cell phone for now.

The new website will be compatible with cell phones soon, but is not optimized yet,

On or about the 5th of August the old site will no longer be accessible.

It is very important to put up as many posts as you can before we release the new site.

I appreciate your participation very much.

I will be available to answer and all of your questions as always.

Sincerely,

Mike Lane
RodnReel.com
(504) 858-0484

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 @ 10:25:17 AM

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Gerald Motley

Chattanooga, TN United States

we are taking a trip out of Vermillion
Bay next Monday, 07/25/2016, to fish
for 30 hours or so in the blue water
for YTF, BFT, mahi mahi, wahoo and
anything else that wants to bite.  Need
a person or two to share expenses.  If
interested, text Gerald @ 423-838-1832
for all the details.
Thanks.
Gerald

Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 8:16:12 PM

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Angie Stewart

New Orleans, LA USA

Island Marina

Lake Catherine, Lake Borgne, Lake Ponchartrain, & the Biloxi Marsh

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With 52 wet slips, 16 dry slips, and 25 trailered boat slips, Island Marina has storage solutions for a wide variety of boats. Island Marina offers chartered fishing, dock-side fueling and oil, live bait and tackle, and ice.

We are open from 5am - 5pm.

Mention you saw this ad on RodnReel and if you are the first of the day to tell the marina you saw them on RodnReel you will win an instant Free Launch.

If you are not the first you name will go into the Free Launch bowl and you still have a chance to get a Free Launch via a weekly drawing.

The trout and redfish are turning on in Lake Borgne.

Look how close we are to Lake Borgne.

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Bring your maps, we will mark some good spots for you.

(504) 662-5741

26204 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70129

Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 6:17:43 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

WORK FOR IT AT THE BEACH….

I had the pleasure of guiding one of my regulars, Philippe Langlois, his lovely daughter Gabrielle, her boyfriend Jimmy, and Carl Langlois. We fished the sound to no avail and wound up back inside picking through schoolies. Non stop plenty of action but had trouble getting fish to make the mark everywhere we went. Burned up 400 bait and ran out with 43 trout and 1 redfish on ice.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp and croakers under corks. For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

WE’VE BEEN ON A SPECTACULAR TROUT BITE. DON’T WAIT TO RESERVE YOUR DATE AND GET STUCK BOOKING WITH JUST "ANY" GUIDE SERVICE. Come see why we have such a repeat clientele and keep our groups coming back! Some people tell you about all the fish they catch…our pictures prove it. Look at our catches day in day out before you make your next decision! NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

*****ATTENTION ANGLERS WE ARE NOW BOOKING UP FOR THIS COMING FALL SEASON AND HAVE ALSO OPENED THE BOOKS FOR 2017***

Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerry.net or "LIKE" us on FACEBOOK CLICK HERE

Premier Overnight Accommodations, Multiple Boat Trips (NO Group is Too Big), Corporate Rates, and Evening Trips are Available!!!

****WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, AND NOW TAKING AMERICAN EXPRESS****

OUGHT TO BE FISHING CHARTERS......it's what you "OUGHTTA" be doing!!!!
 
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Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 6:03:17 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

BEAUTIFUL WEATHER AND A GREAT DAY ON THE WATER!

We had Bobby, Don & Philip on board as we left out of Delta Marina early this morning. They are fishing with us two days with today being day one. These guys fish with Capt. Mike Gallo over in the Biloxi marsh regularly. Capt. Mike has taught them well as they showed it on the Mississippi River Delta today.

Fishing live shrimp under a popping cork we played stick and move filling the Yeti with Speckled Trout & Redfish. We called it a day at 11:00 am with 43 Speckled Trout & 15 Redfish on ice.

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

www.thedeltamarina.com

www.seatow.com

www.metroboating.com

www.finsfishing.com

WE HAVE A FEW OPEN DAYS IN AUGUST TO FISH WITH US!

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Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 4:36:21 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

Another amazing adventure as DockSide TV heads to ICAST armed with Matrix Shad and lands monster Bass while attending the show. http://www.MatrixShad.com

Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 12:27:40 PM

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wayne felder

baton rouge, LA USA

 On the way back from shell beach Sunday morning, I caught some nice fishing equipment in the middle of the road.If you can tell me what it was,call me at 225-268-0177 and I will keep it for you.  

Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 12:16:06 PM

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todd

ob, MS USA

quick report      not numbers  but  quality    150lb yellowfin    and  150 lb  blue marlin  12 big snapper 3 alamacos     bait was  every where

Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 10:52:54 AM

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Capt. Nick Lapre/ Southern Exposure Inland Fishing

Buras, LO USA

At Southern Exposure Inland Fishing
Charters  this weekend we had the
privilege to take Mr.Jasper,Mr.Bill,and
Mr.Jim. They enjoy and awesome trip with
Capt. Creighton. They had a full box of
reds and a hand full of  trout. They
were really able to Experience the
Delta. Mlenty smiles and beautiful fish
filled their day and memories for a
lifetime. If your looking to experience
the same trip they did give us a call
today! 504-250-9887

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Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 9:16:29 AM

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Capt.John Haller-1 Chasing Tail Charters

Rigolets, LA USA

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My husband and I booked a charter on 1 Chasing Tail Charters with Captain John. Our original trip was cancelled due to weather, but Captain John worked with us to rebook our trip. We arrived and had a blast from start to finish. Captain John and his son, Rhett, were great. Friendly, personable, and had all the details down to a tee on what was needed for this trip. We were having such a good time, we even stayed out an extra 2 hours….Captain John definitely knew where the fish were. We caught over 30 fish and my husband was thrilled to catch a Triple Tail, which he had been trying to catch since he was a kid. That was a true highlight of the day. We will be in this neck of the woods in October and will book another charter with Captain John. I cannot say enough good things about 1 Chasing Tail Charters!! A big thanks to Captain John and Rhett for all their help and for making this trip memorable…no one even laughed when I casted like a “girl”.

Danielle and Mike from Florida

Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 9:11:35 AM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

After using the new site, please send me an email (top left on the of every page of new site) with your comments... good, bad and the ugly.

We are still tweeking the new site so you will love it!


RodnReel.com V2 is going to be released soon. The target date is August 5, 2016

We have been working on the upgrade for 7 months.

There are many improvements to give everyone a more enhanced experience.

For you, greater exposure, and simplicity.

Larger pictures displayed.

-------------------------------------------------
Go to: Rv2.com
Register if your are new or login (top right of page)
If you have logged in before and you are using the same computer you should me logged in automatically.
-----------------------------------------------

Please notice my phone number and email address is on the top of every page. I am here to help everyone. Please call of email if you have any questions.

Please put up reports now. They will be live when we release Version 2.

Put up plenty of pictures.

You can put up videos as well as pics.
The Videos must be on YouTube first. Then you copy the full YouTube URL at the top of the page when viewing the video.

Please use a desktop machine and not a cell phone for now.

The new website will be compatible with cell phones soon, but is not optimized yet,

On or about the 5th of August the old site will no longer be accessible.

It is very important to put up as many posts as you can before we release the new site.

I appreciate your participation very much.

I will be available to answer and all of your questions as always.

Sincerely,

Mike Lane
RodnReel.com
(504) 858-0484

Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 9:02:21 AM

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Capt.John Haller-1 Chasing Tail Charters

Rigolets, LA USA

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PASS CHRISTIAN HIGH LIGHTS!!!

Here are the high lights from the last several trips with some really nice Tripletail and Trout fishing outside down on the reefs with matrix shad.

*****1 CHASING TAIL Charters LLC****

Established since 2002

Welcome aboard to fish with one of the oldest and most experience charter boat fishing company and guide service on the entire northern Gulf Coast region. We simply go to the best fishing grounds for each season and the species of fish you desire to catch.

Several boats with veteran captains on stand by year around for LARGE GROUPS with SPECIAL PRICING and CORPORATE DISCOUNT RATES(no groups are to big) !!!

Modern LODGING and RESTAURANTS with great local SEAFOOD just minutes away from The Marina!!!

CUSTOM and EVENING TRIPS available at customer request!!!

*****ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ARE NOW ACCEPTED VISA - MASTER CARD - AMERICAN EXPRESS - DISCOVERY - VIA PAY PAL*****

Please visit my website for addition information www.fishinglouisiana.net Like and follow me on www.facebook @1chasingtailcharters and www.twitter @1chasingtail

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL TO BOOK YOUR TRIP 601-799-6193 or email 1chasingtail@att.net and I will PERSONALLY put you on the FISH and FUN guaranteed!!!

Thank You ,

Capt. John Haller

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Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 8:21:41 AM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

SHELL BEACH REPORT…..

I had some of my regulars and NOPD’S finest Cedric Davillier, and former finest Cyril Davillier and Grafton Salvant, and Ms Kim “Wild Child”. Fished all around Eloi and it was the same story as the day before, plenty of short fish. We moved, moved, moved all day few here and there until we could get fish to make the mark. Got on a good bite out on the edge of the Sound caught some nicer fish on croakers. Once we ran out of bait we headed for the shade with 90 trout and a few whites and channels in the mix. A great time as always with this crew the last few years starting with my long time regs, the late Reggie Jacques, and Ngai Smith.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp and croakers under corks. For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

WE’VE BEEN ON A SPECTACULAR TROUT BITE. DON’T WAIT TO RESERVE YOUR DATE AND GET STUCK BOOKING WITH JUST "ANY" GUIDE SERVICE. Come see why we have such a repeat clientele and keep our groups coming back! Some people tell you about all the fish they catch…our pictures prove it. Look at our catches day in day out before you make your next decision! NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

*****ATTENTION ANGLERS WE ARE NOW BOOKING UP FOR THIS COMING FALL SEASON AND HAVE ALSO OPENED THE BOOKS FOR 2017***

Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerry.net or "LIKE" us on FACEBOOK CLICK HERE

Premier Overnight Accommodations, Multiple Boat Trips (NO Group is Too Big), Corporate Rates, and Evening Trips are Available!!!

****WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, AND NOW TAKING AMERICAN EXPRESS****

OUGHT TO BE FISHING CHARTERS......it's what you "OUGHTTA" be doing!!!!
 
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Sunday, July 17, 2016 @ 5:16:47 PM

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Scankdog

The Berry, LA USA

7/16 verm bay report

...Went to the reefs, weather was
very
favorable, slight winds out of ene,
water was nice 3 out of 7 on clean
scale, high tide moving slow, water
temp
was about 87 degrees, fished in about
5ft of water. The moon was under foot
at
around 9am. Only bait used was split
tail chartruese beetles with red dot
on
the back.

50 speckled trout in the boat and at
least 30
throwbacks. It was a great morning of
fishing....

Tight ones guys

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Sunday, July 17, 2016 @ 4:06:15 PM

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Wanda Stewart

Slidell, LA USA

Sunday, July 17, 2016 @ 3:55:03 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

SUNDAY MORNING FISH SLAM!

This morning we had Emory, Neal, Ryan and Dillon on board. Emory is from New Orleans. Neal, Ryan & Dillon are from New York. It was their first time fishing in southeast LA and first time fishing with us. WHAT AN EXPERIENCE THEY WERE IN FOR!

We left out of Delta Marina in Empire, LA early with the weather picture perfect. Reaching the fishing grounds we found good clean calm water with a rising tide just the way we like it.

We fished a couple spots with no results. The third stop we hit the mother load! Yep, it was FISH ON on every cast! We hit a school of hungry Redfish and the guys put a whipping on em. At 7:45 we had 20 beautiful Redfish chilling in the YETI.

We left the Redfish biting and started sticking and moving looking for Speckled Trout. We made move #3 and BAM! Emory, Neal, Ryan & Dillon were pulling in Speckled Trout on almost every cast. At 11:00 am we called it a day. The Yeti would not close!

We made our way back to Delta Marina with 20 Redfish, 60 Speckled Trout, 2 Puppy Drum & dodged the rain. WHAT A DAY!

BIG THANKS TO EMORY, NEAL, RYAN & DILLON!

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Bubba

Belle Chasse, LA USA

Made a quick evening trip yesterday out
of Myrtle Grove and decided to stay on
the inside and chase reds with the
falling tide.  Fished between Lake
Laurier and Lake Hermitage area throwing
plastics in some ponds.  Picked up a
couple slot reds and a couple
throwbacks.  As it got closer to dark we
moved into an interior bay and fished
dead shrimp about 16-18" under Cajun
Thunder corks and started catching
plenty of reds and puppy drums with the
problem being most were way undersize.
Too many fish between 8-13" to count.
But also picked up some nice fish in the
17-22 range also.  Had the boat back in
my shed right at dark.

Sunday, July 17, 2016 @ 2:01:46 PM

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farmassist

nola, LA USA

thanks for all the live bait info..what about capt larrys on belle chasse hwy....

Sunday, July 17, 2016 @ 1:00:02 PM

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Chris

Carrollton, TX USA

Coming down to fish this Friday and Saturday. I'm hoping to get a little advice on where the YFT might be swimming, and where might be a good place or 2 to try to get a box of Mangroves !!!
Also, is the Red snapper in state water open for 2 per person per day ?

Sunday, July 17, 2016 @ 12:50:15 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

RodnReel.com V2 is going to be released soon. The target date is August 5, 2016

We have been working on the upgrade for 7 months.

There are many improvements to give everyone a more enhanced experience.

For you, greater exposure, and simplicity.

Larger pictures displayed.

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Register (top right of page)
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Please notice my phone number and email address is on the top of every page. I am here to help everyone. Please call of email if you have any questions.

Please put up reports now. They will be live when we release Version 2.

Put up plenty of pictures.

You can put up videos as well as pics.

Please use a desktop machine and not a cell phone for now.

The new website will be compatible with cell phones soon, but is not optimized yet,

On or about the 5th of August the old site will no longer be accessible.

It is very important to put up as many posts as you can before we release the new site.

I appreciate your participation very much.

I will be available to answer and all of your questions always.

Sincerely,

Mike Lane
RodnReel.com
(504) 858-0484

Sunday, July 17, 2016 @ 11:15:02 AM

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Tripp Osborne

Hernando, MS USA

Caught a big Mangrove in the Gulf

Saturday, July 16, 2016 @ 10:52:30 PM

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CG

Prairieville , LA USA

Thanks Big D.

Saturday, July 16, 2016 @ 9:01:17 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

GOOD DAY AT THE OFFICE…..

I had the pleasure of guiding Jesse with United Rentals, he brought along Barry with Brown and Root, and his son Evan. We fished around the edge of the sound picking through small fish most of the day. Worked our way back to the channel and it was the same drill with a little better ratio. Evan stole the show with a little good coaching early on. And....we will not talk about amount of fish Jesse missed. Went through 300 bait and took it to the house with a solid box of trout and a few redfish and couple flounder to boot. It was another great day catching fish just minutes from New Orleans.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp and croakers under corks. For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

WE’VE BEEN ON A SPECTACULAR TROUT BITE. DON’T WAIT TO RESERVE YOUR DATE AND GET STUCK BOOKING WITH JUST "ANY" GUIDE SERVICE. Come see why we have such a repeat clientele and keep our groups coming back! Some people tell you about all the fish they catch…our pictures prove it. Look at our catches day in day out before you make your next decision! NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

*****ATTENTION ANGLERS WE ARE NOW BOOKING UP FOR THIS COMING FALL SEASON AND HAVE ALSO OPENED THE BOOKS FOR 2017**** Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerry.net or "LIKE" us on FACEBOOK CLICK HERE

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