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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

RE JULY 5, FISHING REPORT!

Claire also caught a 30 lb. Redfish!

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Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 8:31:25 PM

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Capt RBuck

Belle Chasse , LA USA

Anthony RE: Empire Jetty
As you approach the jetty, back off throttle and go
right or west before the jetty, as the jetty is filled in.
If you go right you should have 9-12 ft water. Ease
on out half mile and it goes up to about 7 ft.
Then you are good.
If in doubt approach it slow.
Sea Tow Westbank 504-433-4869
Sea  Tow New Orleans 504-301-4545

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 8:05:25 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 fishing with good friend Jesse D with United and one of his good clients with Boh Bros. We deviated to a plan b on the way out and stuck the pole. The trout were there and hungry. One after the other the trout were coming in. Crew boat came in and messed up the bite. We stayed put and were about to leave and the fish went nuts again. Filled the quota and came back in with 75 nice trout.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green Omen and Envy Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s live shrimp under corks and tightlined.

What an outstanding year so far! Fishing is HOT as the weather!! I am booked up now through the remainder of September and NOW BOOKING FOR THIS FALL SEASON. DO NOT PROCRASTINATE GETTING ON THE BOOKS!!!!

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. NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!! For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerr y.net or www .OughtToBeFishing.com

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Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 7:48:29 PM

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Capt. Theophile Bourgeois

new Orleans, A USA

Capt. Theophile Bourgeois

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 7:42:51 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

JULY 5, 2015 FISHING REPORT!

On Sunday we had John, Mr. John and Claire all from New Orleans on board for a day of fishing.

We left out of the Delta Marina after being slightly delayed by rain. We got out on the water and it turned out to be a beautiful day. The bite started off slow with not many fish on ice after fishing an area that has been hot.

I made a big move and we got on the biggest Speckled Trout that we have caught this year. The bite was not fast but well worth the wait as we fished live shrimp under a popping cork.

We called it a day at about noon with approx. 60 beautiful Speckled Trout & two Flounder on ice.

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THANKS JOHN, MR. JOHN & CLAIRE!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

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WE HAVE JULY 10 & 13 OPEN FOR FISHING AT THIS TIME!

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Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 7:02:11 PM

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CAPT PHIL ROBICHAUX CHARTERS

Lafitte, LA USA

SUMMER IN FULL SWING...

It feels good to finally settle into a normal summer pattern here in Lafitte. We are enjoying some pretty good fishing for reds, drum, and trout when the weather is favorable. As things settle down for a few days the trout fishing will improve. We have a good crop of white shrimp entering the bay and the trout are taking advantage of them, fattening up to be able to endure the rigors of spawning. The reds and drum are in the marshes and lakes west of Lafitte. Gold spoons are working in the clear water areas and fresh shrimp is shining where the water is more stained. A good old popping cork is also helping to attract the reds and drum to the bait.

WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR THE NEXT COUPLE MONTHS AND ARE ALSO BOOKING FOR THE FALL SEASON WHICH SHOULD BE EXCELLENT AS IT HAS THE LAST COUPLE YEARS.

GIVE US A CALL AT 504-689-2006 OR SEND AN EMAIL TO captainphil02@cox.net TO GET ON THE BOOKS!

DON'T FORGET TO CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE WHICH IS www.fishwithphil.com AND THANKS FOR CHECKING OUT OUR REPORTS!

GREG DINNELL LANDED THIS BIG BULL ON A RECENT TRIP! NICE FISH GREG!

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ROB, MR DWIGHT, DWIGHT, AND MR ROB WITH A NICE MIXED BAG FOR A WINDY DAY IN JULY. NICE CATCH GUYS!

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MR MIKE DUNCAN AND THE GANG WITH A NICE BUNCH OF GOOD EATING PUPPY DRUM AND A FEW REDS. GREAT JOB GUYS!!

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GOD BLESS AND GOOD FISHING

CAPT MIKE HELMER

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 6:48:42 PM

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Anthony

luling, LA USA

Friday I noticed the Empire Jetty has filled in with sand. If I remember it was 20-30 feet deep and now only about 2.5 feet on the right side heading out. A visible sand bar was on the  left side. Has anyone else noticed this?   

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 2:17:54 PM

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footsmonster

terrytown, LA USA

My slave driver boss (can I say that) made us work Friday and to make it worse my fishing partner called and said he wound up with 64 trout that son of a b---.  We went out Saturday and caught 20 something trout and headed in early for Fourth of July festivities with the friends and family.  Still a good trip even thought the wind picked up Saturday.  He got most of his fish under the birds but the birds were no where to be found Saturday. If you fish with a bimini top the weather is always nice.  He was on the water about 10 hours hanging out waiting on tide but we always have plenty of adult beverages on hand for the guys and girls.  Saw that Bay boat in Barataria Bay by the mouth of Bayou Wilkerson upside down.  All fish were caught around 4 bayou with cork and chartreuse beetles.  Fun weekend with many more to come.

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Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 1:07:22 PM

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harry

nola, LA USA

Best way(s) to hook dead shrimp on a
trebble hook???

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 1:03:27 PM

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John Jackson

new Orleans, LA USA

John Jackson Out Da Bayou

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 12:43:12 PM

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Blue Xpress

Delacroix, LA USA

My nephew and I had a good day Friday the 3rd. After loading up on 200 live shrimp at Sweetwater, we found
the black drum and a few keeper trout in Fon Gera. We
moved to the twin on the points near Lake John without
any luck. The water there was dirty dirty. Figured from
all the boat traffic and fast moving rising tide.

Went back to Fon Gera and hit the north side point near
Lake John and hit them again.

When they quit there, and we began picking up a few hard
heads and sting ray, we headed south down the twin
looking for good water and trying to cool me off. (It was
Africa HOT early without any wind)

When we got down to the Oak at Lost Flat Bay. I noticed
the water was beautiful and some still water behind an
island with the current hurrying through on the outside.
I posted up on the point near the Oak and fished the edge
of the still
water/current....they were there!

I was cramping by then from dehydration badly. Drinking
plenty of water wasn't helping. I had depleted my sodium
and potassium early on and was in bad shape. I tucked
myself under my bikini top and was pounding waters and
was the "net man" for my nephew, who boated some FAT ASS
18"-20"trout and reds.

I lasted about 2-1/2 hours before I just couldn't handle
the cramps any longer and we headed back to Sweetwater.

When we got to Sweetwater and was loading I pounded a few
power aids and witnessed Tiara get hit with 5 gallons of
water by Capt. Jack. First time I've ever seen her
smile...she should do that more. :-)

Jesse helped us get loaded and checked out the
catch...thanks Jesse, much appreciated brutha.

Note: Hydrate folks...hydrate the entire week before your
trip with Pedalite, coconut water and sports drinks.
Water only will not cut it. Also, bring the above with
you on the water and continue. We are in the dead heat of
the summer months here.

I learned a valuable lesson Friday, and do not EVER wish
to feel like I did again. Learn from my mistake and over
hydrate for a week leading up to your fishing trip. Not a
situation I would want anyone to be in.

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 12:23:19 PM

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Full Deck Charters

New Orleans, LA USA

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First Mate Yo-Yo and I had the Pleasure of fishing with one of our military vets and his wife on the 4th!!! What a Great Day!!!

Posted by Full Deck Charters on Saturday, July 4, 2015

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 11:46:42 AM

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Capt. Theophile Bourgeois

Barataria, LA United States

We have been offering a trophy redfish trip with
two anglers. We fish mostly top water baits and to
see those baits crushed by those big reds is
awesome. We have also caught a few big trout at
the same time. Only two anglers since there are
some many treble hooks flying around on those
trips.

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Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 11:08:29 AM

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Capt. Al Walker

New Orleans, LA USA

Captain Al Walker

Want a shot at a 200 plus Soooooper Doooooper Groooooper like this?? We know exactly where they live. All you have to do is dial this number. 504-710-2950

Posted by Al Walker's Fishing Charters on Saturday, July 4, 2015

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 10:55:43 AM

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Glenn Clements

Slidell, LA USA

Any experienced offshore anglers interested in
joining a tuna/snapper charter tomorrow with the
hottest captain in Venice, Eddie Burger, give me
a call. Leaving Venice Marina at 5:30am.

Glenn Clements 601-466-1904

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 10:29:18 AM

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Theophile Bourgeois

Barataria, A. USA

Catching some beautiful redfish in the marsh this,
and a few trout. Come and catch some of these
hogs. The reds love to feed on points of cuts
draining the duck ponds. Look for an ambush point
where you have some quite water near moving
water. To enhance this pattern a little fresh water
grass near would help by holding some natural
bait.

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Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 9:14:13 AM

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Capt RBuck

Belle Chasse , LA USA

Busy weekend at Sea Tow.  Had a few
undroundings, broken lower units, twin engine 34
ft 40 miles out totally disabled.
There were some serious issues as well. 30 Cat
sunk, 24 bay boat sunk.
I am also looking for the owner of a bay boat that
is sunk in N. Barataria Bay. If anybody knows
anything about this please call me.
Ran into a few old friends, Jimbo McDowell made
short and quick run for some stud grouper, great
job. My customer that broke down by Ursa had 4
YFT and some blacks. Tuff weekend with the big
seas.
Sea Tow Westbank 504-433-4869 Sea Tow New
Orleans 504-301-4545

Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 7:17:45 AM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

SATURDAY JULY 4 FISHING REPORT

We had the pleasure to guide Mike, Alyse (13), and grandfather Mr. Jimmy. The family came in from Baton Rouge, LA to fish with us.

We left out of Delta Marina early with a stiff southwest wind. The tide was to be incoming at 1.5 feet just the way we like it.

We set up on our first spot where we had been hammering the trout. The tide was not moving and never moved much all day. We had to stick and move most of the day putting a few fish in the boat here and there.

By noon we called it a day with a nice catch of Speckled Trout, Redfish, and Puppy Drum.

It was Alyse's first fishing trip, she did great and had lots of fun.

CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS!

THANKS MIKE, ALYSE & MR. JIMMY!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

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www.finsfishing.com

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Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 3:45:31 AM

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Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service

Delacroix Island, LA USA

I would like to start by saying I hope everyone had a
happy and safe 4TH. Just a quick reminder to
everyone that my favorite  time of the year is fast
approaching. With Teal season set for September 12 -
27th we are now scheduling hunting trips for Teal
season and Fall/Winter season. I also still have
openings for fishing so if you would like to book a
hunt or fishing trip contact Capt. Jimmy Corley by
phone at (504)258-4431, by email at
cap.jimmy.corley@gmail.com, you can also visit our
website at waterfowlspecialist.com, or check out our
Facebook page at Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service.

If needed you have lodging available with an option
of home cooked cajun meals.

Sunday, July 5, 2015 @ 6:25:21 PM

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Scott

BR, LA United States

In response to Dutch Prger

That is BAD ASS! I love reading your stories!
Keep posting them please!!!

Sunday, July 5, 2015 @ 4:56:42 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

DAY 2 FISH KILL AT THE BEACH….

The next day following, Scott Curd/Sol Perez group….the results were almost exactly the same. Dead fish everywhere…..3 of us spread out again and the bays were full of them!

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green Omen and Envy Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s live shrimp under corks and tightlined.

What an outstanding year so far! Fishing is HOT as the weather!! I am booked up now through the remainder of September and NOW BOOKING FOR THIS FALL SEASON. DO NOT PROCRASTINATE GETTING ON THE BOOKS!!!!

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. NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

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Sunday, July 5, 2015 @ 3:46:05 PM

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FishNetwork

Harvey, La United States

In response to Jon

We have launched out of Empire, Louisiana at Delta Marina.
We take the Empire Canal which leads to the Empire Rock Jetties and the Gulf of Mexico.

The Empire Canal is currently marked with bouys as the land reconstruction is ongoing.

The Empire Canal has one or two dog legs in it, but the buoys help mark the Empire Canal.

You can also access the Empire Canal via Joshua's marina, but there are pockets of shallow water out of Buras.
I have heard people say they have lost a few lower units in shallows out of Buras.

We always, I mean always, bring a GPS, another GPS, and a foldup map.  I get turned around easy out on the open water.

Be safe, proceed with caution, drive at your own risk.

Hope you have success.

Sunday, July 5, 2015 @ 3:35:33 PM

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brother in law

Metairie, LA United States

In response to Varnado

Look for the station, Lake Borgne - Long Point. Long Point is near the Rigolets and the mouth of the Pearl River. I used that reading when I bass fished the bottom of the Pearl many moons ago. It should be close.

Sunday, July 5, 2015 @ 11:53:07 AM

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Tommy Vince

Baton Rouge, LA USA

In response to Ole School
In the 80' to late 90's, I paid $7/dozen for super
jumbo crabs.
Today, $40+ per dozen for #2's or smaller and
even female crabs.
All of this has come from the change in the way
people justify what they spend.
Ex. " I spend $50-$100 everytime I go to a
restaurant, so what is wrong with paying $40+
per dozen crabs"?
If people cut back on wasting their money, the
price would fall just like gas has with the rise in
supplies.
Yes, crabs are over fished. Just take a ride in the
la. Marshes and you will spend most of the ride
dodging crab pots or taking one off your prop.

Stop and fish for an hour and a crab fisherman
will drown you with his waves, while he runs his
traps.

Sunday, July 5, 2015 @ 11:36:45 AM

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Jon

Gretna, LA USA

Hello folks. Would like some advice on
navigating offshore from either Delta Marina or
Joshua's Marina. Would be fishing out of a 24ft
center console.

Which marina would you use and what is the
best route to get offshore. From google maps it
seems almost a straight shot to the gulf but I am
not sure about shallow water or obstructions or
sandbars or whatnot. Does not seem to have a
defined pass like down in Venice.

I will attach a map of the routes I would assume
is safe to head offshore. I know that I could be
wrong.

Any advice from someone who is familiar with
the waters down there is appreciated. Thanks in
advance.

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Sunday, July 5, 2015 @ 7:37:58 AM

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Dutch Prger

Mandeville, LA USA

This 4th reminds me of one 47 years ago.. 1968.
Yes, time marches on.  This report was in the
State Times, B R, La     Headline -across top of
page   -    Winning Marlin Races Deadline at
Miss Rodeo -- Under was 4 pictures.   Wording
of paper write up --  Flying Dutchman--Herman
(Dutch) Prager, president of the N O B G F C,
used a float plane to beat the 4pm Sunday
Weigh in deadline in the Mississippi Deap Sea
Fishing Rodeo.  The Blue Marlin Prager  flew in
from South Pass ,( strapped on the crossbars
between the floats,) where the Club conducted a
tournaent of its own at the same time the Ms
Rodeo was going on., attracted considerable
attention.  Here Prager helps with the unloading
of his fish from he plane. poses with it and - in
the right side photo - watches as the
weighmaster John Cook balances the scale at a
whopping 274 pounds.    Photos by Mike Cook.          
.                   Yes, those were the days that bring
back fond memories  of screwey ideas.   Last
offshore venture for Jane and I was with Guy
and Nacy Billups aboard his Nancy B -
Captained by Jim Lundsford.  Nancy boated a  
398# Blue and Jane a 42# Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)  
This ended my 30 years as Founder  and  
President of the NOBGFC.          Now after Reds
and Specs with Reliable Capt Mike Gallo and my
Buddy, also a Navy ex-Submainer, Al Calabrese.  
.So, Thanks for the Memories.  Hope your Day
was Safe and Enjoyable. God Bless America.  
We do have so much to be thankful for.

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 1:18:55 PM

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Myrtle Grove Bob

MG, La United States

In response to Stormin Norman

The LWF license site is confusing. I chose the driver's license "method of identification" and got the same "no record on file" message. I went back and used "LWF #" which is the number off of last year's license and it immediately went through. Not sure what happens if you don't have a prior LWF #. Also I was very disappointed to learn that they no longer mail out a waterproof license.

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 9:52:57 AM

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Capt.Mike Gallo

New Orleans, LA USA

Angling Adventures of Louisiana

I had the pleasure of fishing with C.t. Williams for the BIGFISH report on Fox 8 news. Here is the video if you missed it. Caught most of these Redfish on the Gulp Sinking Minnow in bright colors.

Posted by Mike Gallo on Friday, July 3, 2015

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 8:52:26 AM

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Capt. Al Walker

new Orleans, LA USA

Captain Al Walker

Fishing has been steady. I have been running inshore and offshore trips with decent results. The deep drop trips have...

Posted by Al Walker's Fishing Charters on Monday, June 22, 2015

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 8:28:24 AM

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Marsh Madness

Central City, LA USA

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Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 8:26:34 AM

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Captain Pete Miller

New Orleans, LA USA

Rod Benders Guide Service

Another awesome day on the water! Call 225-921-9457 to book your trip for these bad boys!!

Posted by Rod Benders Guide Service on Friday, June 26, 2015

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 8:26:17 AM

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Marsh Madness

Central City, LA USA

Black bay monsters!

Yes the water was crystal clear

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Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 8:24:20 AM

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Full Deck Charters

new Orleans, LA USA

Full Deck Charters

Fun Fun Fun!!!!!! These two Tennessee Girls were an Absolute Blast!!!!! Call and book your trip today!!!! Capt Bob 504-616- 1755

Posted by Full Deck Charters on  Friday, July 3, 2015

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 8:23:25 AM

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Peace Keeper

New Orleans, LA USA

Peace Keeper Charters

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 8:09:56 AM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

We launched out of Hopedale, Louisiana.
Breton Sound Marina
Friday Morning
Line to Launch was 20 or so boats in front and then 20 boats behind us.

1st time seeing a boat slip off its trailer while backing into the water.
But it happened.
It was a larger boat, and for some reason as they were backing up to launch the boat, the boat slipped off before getting the boat all the way in the water.
The hull may have some damage.

I will make sure the boat is hooked up when backing down from now on.

The guys tried pushing the boat back by hand,but could not budge the boat so they had to use the trailer bunkers to get the boat floating.

Hope their trip ended better than it started.

We fished Bay Eloi area.  Lots of small trout.

We moved around, and ended the day with 9 keeper Specks.  1 was a 16inch trout.

That was our big one of the day.

We fished with live shrimp under a popping cork.

The wind was light for once.
The cloud cover helped with the heat.
So all in all a great fishing trip.

We also say a Key West boat, with a family of three (3) that was being towed back into the marina. Hope they had SEATOW.

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 7:27:28 AM

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John CAstelluccio, Jr.

WAS New Orleans, THEN Chalmette and NOW Metairie, LA USA

I was reminded by "Missy" John (Holy
Mackerel) Gremillion's girl-friend...That
Friday, July 3rd was his birthday.  Happy
bBrthday John...Hope you caught several
300# tarpon, limits of big trout up there
and noooo redthings!   Miss You...John
Castelluccio, Jr.

Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 1:15:58 AM

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Sweetwater Marina, Capt. Jack

Delacroix, LA USA

Today at Sweetwater Marina on Delacroix Island
the fishing was good and the weather was HOT.  
Before our report we just want to wish everyone
a great 4th of July weekend.  And we just a
reminder, please be safe on the water this
weekend.  We had an incident with a customer
having heat related issues, so please keep that
in mind also when thinking about being safe this
weekend.  On a scale of 1-10,  Capt. Jack says
today the fishing rates about a 6.  Reds, Black
Drums and a good amount of Bass seemed to
be the what was being caught today.  Some
anglers reported catching as many as 40 Bass.  
As for Speckled Trout, other than a couple
groups catching a decent amount, not too many
Specs were caught.  CAPT. JACK'S FISHING
TIP - Just grab some live bait and hit your
favorite spots.  Also, the fishing seemed like it
was a little better toward midday.  We will have
live shrimp for tomorrow and would love to see
you.  So come on down to Sweetwater, 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.  We are coming up on
one of the best times of the year for fishing, so
don't wait to book.  A smalll deposit will hold your
reservation.  Hope to see you soon.

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 9:05:18 PM

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Capt Chad / Cajun Unlimited

Venice, LA USA

This week the fish have been showing their presence
more and more.
There is not a trip where the fish are not ridiculously
plentiful. So many varieties of fish, and the red fish
are never ending on every fishing journey here in
Venice.
Trout bite has been slow with the high river.
That has began to change the past three days.
Limits of trout caught all over today.
Kevin Hayes and his daughter Emily and son Charlie
had a great adventure.
From catching red snapper and red fish, to trout and
releasing numbers of drum fish and sheepshead in
the mix.
Not to mention the catch and release of 30lb plus
reds they caught.
Their laughs on the way home made me laugh as I
purposely trimmed the bow down and caused waves
to splash their faces in the cool Mississippi river.
Until next summer when the return for their annual
fishing trip. They will still be talking about their
fishing and water ride with Cajun Unlimited.
Capt Chad 504-270-5986
www.cajununlimited.com

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 8:47:43 PM

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Capt Chad / Cajun Unlimited

Venice, LA USA

Double up fishing trips last weekend.
Red fish crushing the corks and bait early with Robert
Wolfe family and friends. What a beautiful pre
Father's Day. Red fish ripping line out, lines crossing,
red fish splashing. This family worked together and
caught some serious bull reds. All 30lb plus with
trout in the mix.
Then at 2:30 back on the water again with Dr.
Rabalais friends and the boys to finish up another
awesome pre Father's Day extravaganza. Big reds had
the boys holding on and dads tossing in trout on a
beautiful afternoon.
One pole was setting on the side the boat with the
cork floating next to the boat for one minute. A bull
red grabbed the line and in an instant it skated across
the water and was gone. What an incredible day with
incredible family's in Venice Louisiana.
Capt Chad 504-270- 5986
www.cajununlimited.com

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 7:20:18 PM

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Ole School

Elmers Island USA, LA Unknown

In response to Mike Lane

Mike,
I just picked up 5 dozen from Pincher's
in Bayou Caddy for a party in Bay Saint
Louis.  They were #1's but not jumbo.  
Nice crab with some weight.  I bought the
last #1 at 11:30 today but they said more
were coming in after lunch.  $40 a dozen
but worth it to me. I used to catch 2
hampers of jumbo's every day off our run
on Carr Dr. back in the day. Crabs have
become a luxury item. I guess they will
be fished out pretty soon to.  
Cheers!

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 6:52:43 PM

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Capt Chad / Cajun Unlimited

Venice, LA USA

Second week in June. Had a wonderful time with Ed
and his wife from Wisconsin. Sharing the varieties of
fish stories from the North and South. Big game fresh
water in below freezing weather in Wisconsin to hot
80 degree Louisiana for the big salt water game. Ed's
wife proved she can handle big red snapper and big
red fish.
And to finish up the day Ed took a ride with me to
catch live bait for the next upcoming trips.
What an experience fishing and catching live shrimp
and croakers with Cajun Unlimited.
Second week in June. Red snapper limits, hundreds of
young red fish and bull red fish, mangrove snapper,
speckled trout, drum fish.
Venice Louisiana
Capt Chad 504-270- 5986
www.cajununlimited.com

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 6:44:26 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

ABSOLUTELY AS GOOD AS IT GETS!

This morning we had two boats out for regular Billy Boykin and crew from Jackson, MS.

On my boat it was Billy, Kristen, Mike & Kaylee. On Capt. Zach's boat it was Charlie, Chris & Tommy.

We left out of the Delta Marina in Empire, LA early this morning with the weather looking great. The wind was light out the south with an incoming tide just the way we like it.

Both boats got on an early bite and stayed on it most of the morning.

We called it a day at noon with 150 Speckled Trout, 30 Redfish, a pair of Puppy Drum and a pair of Flounder.

It was a great day on the water and all the anglers had a wonderful experience.

CHECK OUT OUR PHOTOS!

BIG THANKS AGAIN TO BILLY BOYKIN!

BIG THANKS TO CAPT. ZACH & DECKHAND HEATHER FOR A JOB WELL DONE ONCE AGAIN!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

www.thedeltamarina.com

www.seatow.com

www.finsfishing.com

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Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 5:12:52 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach, LA USA

FISH KILL IN SHELL BEACH….

We had the pleasure of having the Sol Perez/Scott Curd group back in from the Houston Texas area. Last year the guys hit it right and this time seems to be right on track too. Guys are in for two days of some incredible action. In my boat I had Scott, Bobby, and Vivance. We had three boats out and all went in different directions and caught fish. Fish were all pretty most in the 2-4lb+ range.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green Omen and Envy Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s live shrimp under corks and tightlined.

What an outstanding year so far! Fishing is HOT as the weather!! I am booked up now through the remainder of September and NOW BOOKING FOR THIS FALL SEASON. DO NOT PROCRASTINATE GETTING ON THE BOOKS!!!!

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. NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerry. net or www. OughtToBeFishing.com

and "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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Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 4:26:39 PM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, la Unknown

In response to Stormin Norman

wife and I got ours at Gus's, half hour ago. no problem

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 4:14:22 PM

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Pat Fitzpatrick

Slidell, La United States

In response to Stormin Norman

LDWF issued this message:

"Weekend Anglers, our sincere apologies for our licensing system being down for an extended period yesterday. We've been notified that the system is back up and running. For the inconvenience, per the Enforcement Col., If you have a 2014-15 license, it will be honored through the weekend. Happy Fourth!"

From

https://www.facebook.com/ldwffb?fref=nf

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 4:13:30 PM

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footsmonster

terrytown, la United States

In response to Stormin Norman

I just did mine and printed it out on a p.c. about 15 minutes ago with no problems so who knows what's going on.

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 4:02:05 PM

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Stormin Norman

Gretna, LA USA

Anyone know what is happening at LDWF? Seems lots of folks cannot get a fishing license, I have tried both retail and on-line and receive message Valid resident drivers license not on file. ran into some folks that are having the same issue.

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 1:06:19 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

I am in need of a bushle/hamper of crabs.

Would perfer #1's.  I cant afford retail.

Can anyone help a poor boy out.

Need them today or tomorrow morning, will drive to pick them up.

Thanks if you can help me of thanks for trying.

Sincerely,

Mike Lane
RodnReel.com
(504) 858-0484

P.S. If you are in the business I will create a website and promote your business  for a year at no charge,

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 10:18:22 AM

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Capt. Johnny Nunez

Shell Beach, LA USA

So, the fish are still here even with the bad weather we have been experiencing. Here are some of the latest trips we have made.
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We also had the pleasure of Fishing with a mother and sons team. Tim, Josh, and their mother Lauren had a great time bonding while catching some fish. They just could not get over how beautiful the Marsh was in the Sunrise. They all noted that this was worth the trip by itself.
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We got a little break in the weather which allowed them to catch their limit of speckled trout. It is times like this that make our days.
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We still have a few opens for the 4th of July weekend due to some cancellations so remember, if you want to catch some fish and have some fun " FISHING MAGICIAN Charters" is definitely the one.
Give us a call.

Capt. Johnny Nunez
504-239-3159
fishingmagiciancharters@yahoo.com

Friday, July 3, 2015 @ 7:44:13 AM

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Sweetwater Marina

delacroix, LA USA

The fishing was really pretty good today at
Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix.  Anglers
reported doing really well on the Reds and Black
Drum and decent on the specs.  We will have
live shrimp for tomorrow and would love to see
you.  So come on down to Sweetwater, 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.  We are coming up on
one of the best times of the year for fishing, so
don't wait to book.  A smalll deposit will hold your
reservation.  Hope to see you soon.

Thursday, July 2, 2015 @ 10:37:28 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shelll Beach, LA USA

GIRLS DAY OUT….

I had the pleasure of fishing with some of the girls from United. Kelley, Janine, and Brittany came out for a kick ass day on the water. Seas got a little rough and I wasn’t sure if they could handle the chop. They said let’s go and the rest was history!!!

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green Omen and Envy Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s live shrimp under corks and tightlined.

What an outstanding year so far! Fishing is HOT as the weather!! I am booked up now through the remainder of September and NOW BOOKING FOR THIS FALL SEASON. DO NOT PROCRASTINATE GETTING ON THE BOOKS!!!!

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. NO FISH NO PAY GUARANTEE!!

For reservations call, 504-259-5304 or feel free to email CaptKerry@bellsouth.net

Also be sure to check out our website @ www.CaptKerry.net or www. OughtToBeFishing.com

and "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 2, 2015 @ 9:54:39 PM

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