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reelseaman

SE Louisiana, LA United States

In response to joey navis

I have had many deep discussions with
priests and preachers and ministers
about what constitutes a church over
many years. The result: I left
organized religion behind, today I
honor nature and all she offers
willingly. A day on the water isn't all
about catching. It's all about
experiencing what mother nature has to
offer on any given day or moment. I've
learned over the years that those who
don't respect others on the water have
no idea what you and I are referring
to. Most are narcissistic fools and
could care less about the beauty, joy,
and "having a blast" times that we
experience every time we get out on the
water. I pity them.

Nice post.

Personally I'm going through
withdrawls. Been too long since I was
in the marsh. Might get a chance to
take a couple from Canada (friends of
family I've never met) for a boat ride
on Monday too see what we love so
much...your church, and in your terms,
my heaven. Of course I'll have rods
rigged on board.

Till next time
ReelSeaman

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 9:52:43 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Buras, LA USA

Awesome trip with Frank and Ali from
Baton Rouge.  Beautiful reds, lots of
sheephead, 3 flounder and a black drum.

Inshore trip and kayak charters with

KayakVeniceLa.com
(504)419-5645

Facebook Kayak Venice or
email
CaptainBrian@KayakVeniceLa.com
to book a trip

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Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 8:39:18 PM

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Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service

Delacroix Island, LA USA

I would to start off  by saying a special thanks to
SpeckedOut for the nice report. They are some good
friends that I always look forward to spending time
with every year. There is nothing better than having a
good hunt and coming back to hang out with some
good friends. Speaking about hunting this year has
started off amazing. With the abundance of food we
have I have hope the rest of the season will be just as
amazing. Today was another good one for the books,
with the Randy Simmons' crew out of Mississippi. We
were able to walk away with them shooting their
limit. If you would like to come and experience some
of what Southeast Louisiana has to offer come hunt
with Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service. To schedule a
hunt you can call Capt. Jimmy Corley by phone at
(504)258-4431, by email at
cap.jimmy.corley@gmail.com, also you can check out
our website at waterfowlspecialist.com

Don't forget we also have lodging with the option of
home cooked cajun meals.

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 8:09:03 PM

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Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service

Delacroix Island, LA USA

I would to start off  by saying a special thanks to
SpeckedOut for the nice report. They are some good
friends that I always look forward to spending time
with every year. There is nothing better than having a
good hunt and coming back to hang out with some
good friends. Speaking about hunting this year has
started off amazing. With the abundance of food we
have I have hope the rest of the season will be just as
amazing. Today was another good one for the books,
with the Randy Simmons' crew out of Mississippi. We
were able to walk away with them shooting their
limit. If you would like to come and experience some
of what Southeast Louisiana has to offer come hunt
with Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service. To schedule a
hunt you can call Capt. Jimmy Corley by phone at
(504)258-4431, by email at
cap.jimmy.corley@gmail.com, also you can check out
our website at waterfowlspecialist.com

Don't forget we also have lodging with the option of
home cooked cajun meals.

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 8:09:03 PM

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Fishnetwork

Metairie, LA Tiger Country

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Signs along the Way:

Duck Hunters waiting for Belle Chasse Ferry along with others.

Had to wait for the Second Ferry

This is getting old.

Launched out of Beshel's Marina in Pointe ala hache

This picture is of another boat in the area

We decided to go with Plastics ONLY. 17 Nice Keeper Trout

Several throw backs. We used chartreuse plastic under a popping cork.

A little windy today, but we still had a blast on the water.

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 7:20:54 PM

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Trouthead

folsom, la United States

In response to joey navis

you are correct about the outdoor church. It's
something about seeing the sunrise or sunset
depending what time you fish.
Speckulator, yes you correct also being back at
the dock safety and with a nice catch it doesn't
have to be a limit for me,it's nice don't get me
wrong!!  The some what patience I have for
those kind of fishermen come from fishing oak
river in Delacroix for 20 years where I was born
and raised close to the area. Till that bitch of a
hurricane came in 05,then the government
wanted to charge me $6,000 a year for
Insurance!! That's a different subject, so happy
fishing

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 6:51:59 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

Today Capt. Jack had the pleasure of
fishing with Richard Lemoine and his
sons and it was another excellent day
for Trout fishing.  The group made it
back to the launch around 11am with
125 Trout, 3 Reds and 2 Black Drum.   
The Pointe Fienne area was the spot
today and the bait was live shrimp
under a popping cork.  We will have
plenty of shrimp for tomorrow, but it
looks like bad weather might play
spoiler to the great fishing streak,
so maybe we’ll see some of you on
Monday.
As for the duck hunting – spectacular
again.
We would love to see you here at
Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix where
customer service is our No. 1
priority.   And remember, we are the
second launch.
Charters and lodging are available
for still available for the upcoming
months, but don’t wait too long
because we are hitting our busiest
time of the year soon. Call the lodge
for reservations, 504-342-2368.
Remember, 30% deposit is required
upon booking. You will not be sorry.
The faster you call the better.  We
also have one boatshed and just a
reminder – we still have gift
certificates available the fisherman
or hunter in your life.

So come visit us in Delacroix at
Sweetwater Marina where customer
service is number one.
Need help launching your boat? No
problem.
Fish cleaning when available.
Need your vehicle parked so you can
just hop in your boat and go? That’s
also not a biggie.
We even have a taxi service!
Looking forward to seeing you guys
here at the island and remembers we
are the second launch. 504-342-2368.  
PS – We still have two boat sheds for
rent.  $200.00 per month and your
launches are free.

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Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 4:11:53 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

DAY TWO FOR FRANK & TODD! WHAT A DAY IT WAS!

Frank & Todd had a delicious dinner last evening and a good night sleep along with breakfast this morning at the beautiful Woodland Plantation.

The guys arrived this morning at the Delta Marina at 7:00 am ready for another great day of Speckled Trout fishing and they were not disappointed.

It was a one stop fishing trip as Frank and Todd put their limits of fine Speckled Trout on board. The Specks were from one pound to three pounds in size. All fish caught on live shrimp under a popping cork!

BIG THANKS TO WOODLAND PLANTATION & FRANK & TODD!

GIVE US A CALL TO GET IN ON THE ACTION!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

www.woodlandplantation.com

www.seatow.com

www.thedeltamarina.com

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Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 3:48:18 PM

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Capt RBuck

Belle Chasse, LA USA

I went out to do a fuel drop in Bay  Round for a
customer and passed 40 boats. The boats were
stacked up 1 min from Myrtle grove marina. Saw
and talked to a few fisher persons and catching
trout, some were close to a limit. Live shrimp and
matrix creole w/ cork were the ticket.
Remember Sea Tow box makes a good gift for
Christmas. Give us a call.

Sea Tow Westbank 504-433-4TOW
Sea Tow NOLA       504-301-4545
SEATOW.COM

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 3:28:02 PM

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CAPT MOORE FISH WITH THE KING

SHELL BEACH, LA USA

HANG ON TO YOUR HAT DAY !!!! That did
not stop the fish from biting.  Had the
pleasure of fishing with Scott Leo and
Dennis Tracy. We fished campos live
shrimp tight lined in the Biloxi marsh.
We limited out on speckled trout along
with 1 red 6 puppy drum 2 heads and 2
bass.  A nice box of fish. The guys
were good fisherman and that always
makes my job easier. We are on a really
good fish bite. Give me a call 504 881
9966 and get on the books, YOU'LL BE
GLAD YOU DID!!!!!!

 
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Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 2:56:07 PM

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SpeckedOut

River Ridge, LA USA

We always do an annual trip the week
before thanksgiving. This year we had
one of our best trips ever thanks to
Captain Jimmy Corley. He put us on
some
beautiful trout and reds. We also got
to
meet Mike Lane (aka Jim Smith) during
his duck hunt with Capt.Jimmy. Mike
Lane
is a great guy we love using the
information on Rodnreel and posting
our
trips. Now back to the fishing we
caught
100 trout and 5 reds on Thursday. The
other boat caught 75 trout and had a
great time. All fish were caught on
Matrix Shad Lemon Head.On Friday we
caught 75 trout.The trout are on fire
in
Delacroix. A big thanks to Captain
Jimmy
with Waterfowl Specialist Guide
Service.
As always the accommodations were
great
and all the guys had a blast.

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Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 11:10:01 AM

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John Castelluccio, Jr.

WAS New Orleans, THEN Chalmette and NOW Metairie, LA United States

In response to joey navis

Joey Navis...great post and after 60+
years---having fished, trawled/crabbed
commercially in this State---your
description of our State as THE OUTDOORS
CHURCH really, really sums it up and
gives our Louisiana outdoors the highest
praise! Support our 'SAVE LOUISIANA
COAST...DREDGE ONLY' (NO diversions)!   
John Castelluccio, Jr.  

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 10:43:13 AM

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joey navis

yat city, LA USA

ur right speckulator,  and trouthead,,,, it is good
to put it into perspective,,,, three trips ago,,,,
weekday, and i avoid weekends for just this
reason,, i go to my regular mrgo first spot,,, catch
a few,,, then to the wall,,, basically no one is out
there,,, three boats as far as u can see,, a million
acres and three boats,,, so we start to catch a few
and some guy apparently sees this and pulls up
next to us,,, i can literally cast into his boat,,, and
then trolls even closer.  after a bit of jawing and
aggravation he pulls off,, so i am aggravated and i
pull away and go about ten minutes away to a spot
that i had seen a few boats at a couple weeks ago
and i found out why they were.  the trout were still
there, caught about forty, have returned two times
since and caught thirty five the second time and
thirty three yesterday.  if i had not been intruded
upon i probly wouldn't have found my new honey
hole.  ur right about it all, getting home safely
first,,, with boat and motor in good shape second
and if u have dinner to bring home,,, it's all a
bonus.  getting to spend a beautiful day on the
water in our outdoor church in southeast louisiana
is a wonderful thing and something i never really
appreciated until 05 when the idea of not living
here was given at least a bit of consideration, not
serious consideration in my case but it was
something that many considered.  my appreciation
of what we have here continues to grow every trip
i make.

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 9:06:11 AM

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DreamweaverDave

Chalmette, LA USA

Noticed Academy has a sale $299.00 on
the Lorance Elite 5 dsi from $499.00.
Just wondering if anyone had one of
these and how they like it. Seems most
of the comments on line were positive.
Thanks for info.
DD

Ps: Sale ends today Sat.

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 8:30:23 AM

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DreamweaverDave

Chalmette, LA United States

In response to mike

Your right Mike when I called the Levee
board (504-286-3100 ex. 1040) they said
they were closing the gate at either 6a
or 7a I don't remember which and opening
them at 12 noon and closing them again
at 1p and opening them again at 5p M-F
and the work was scheduled thru Nov. 28.
I had called about 2 weeks ago.

DD

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 8:20:37 AM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, la Unknown

In response to Trouthead

Unbeliveable how often the fish on the first cast then nothing, happens. Looks like y'all had a nice trip. The crowds are everywhere and seems like everybody wants to gather, like you said "that time of year"

Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 7:14:12 AM

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Speckulator

Daparish, LA USA

Trouthead, I have felt your pain out there that is
why I don't go out there much.  The last time I
was there, we met a friend who had been fishing
there a couple of days a week.  We pull up and
anchor a little ways from him and we are both
catching fish.  Up pulls a boat on the other side
of us an drops his anchor.   The three of them
only catch a few so he lets out a lot of anchor
rope and drops the troll motor and trolls over till
they can cast right next to our corks but still
catch almost no fish!   Well they guys is getting
really iritating but we live with him a while.  

Well the friend of ours finishes up his limit and
leaves so I tell this other boat we are going to let
him have this spot and we will move over a bit to
where our friend is fishing as we have about 2/3
of a limit by then.    after we move and the
bunch in the other boat still can't catch many
fish, what do you think they do?  Yep, pull up the
anchor and move close enough to us that they
throw on top of my cork and tangle the lines!  

I don't get how a grown man can make enough
money to buy a boat, truck, gas and bait or lures
and can't figure out that if he throws right next to
someone's line and the other guy keeps catching
all the fish that maybe it's something other than
where he is throwing the cork.  If he would have
had the sense to ask I would have told him what
we were fishing with and how deep but he was
practically tied to the cleat of our boat so, Stevie
Wonder could have saw what we were doing.

By this point I told him give us about 5 more
minutes and we would leave with our limit, and if
he still can't catch a fish he might want to sell the
boat and buy gulf clubs.   

I have fished in close proximity to many other
boats during the winter and everybody is still
respectful but somepeople just don't know how.  I just
don't get why they can't just ask if they are new
at it.  I have no problem helping out a fellow
fisherperson but please guys ask instead of
aggravating the heck out of the other guy.   

Yes Trouthead sometimes people can try our
patience but hey, getting safely back to the dock
with a nice catch puts it back into perspective for
me.

Tight Lines.....Speck

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 11:23:08 PM

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Capt. Johnny Nunez

Shell Beach, LA USA

Fishing Magician Charters, LLC

Today we had the Lamar group. John Miller and his friends came in to spend the night at the lodge and get up early this morning to fish. We had 2 boats running which caught a total of 275 trout and 3 reds. Both boats made one stop in the Biloxi Marsh and the trout were on fire. All fish were caught 2ft under a popping cork using Campo's live shrimp. If you want to catch some fish and have some fun, our team will work hard to help you catch fish.

We still have a boat slip available to rent.

Fishing Magician Charters
504-676-3317
fishingmagiciancharters@yahoo.com

Captain Johnny Nunez
Fishing Magician Charter
504-239-3159
fishingmagiciancharters@yahoo.com
www.fishingmagiciancharters.com

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 9:23:52 PM

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Cast and Blast Charters-Captain Chris Pike Jr

Delacroix, LA USA

We have been steadily having a
fantastic start of the duck season
down here in Delacroix. The numbers
of ducks we have been seeing everyday
is absolutely phenomenal. The last 2
days with a lack of any wind at all
in the morning, all the ducks have
been sitting on the open water grass
flats by the thousands! This morning
I had 2 boats out with one shooting
full limits and the other struggled
with watching flock after flock
landing on a group of coot 100 yards
away! Other than today we have shot
limits on every hunt since opening
day in every blind! This evening we
moved to the open water and setup a
large spread of 150 decoys and had a
superb hunt. We had about 1,000 grays
and probably a few more than that in
teal grouped up on a grass flat 100
yards in diameter, we setup quickly
and they steadily poured back in on
us all evening. We were able to pick
out mostly big ducks and finished
with a great 3 man limit of teal and
grays. The next few days are going to
be excellent with high winds and
plenty boats, the birds will be all
over! I have some openings for the
rest of the first split which closes
on December 7. We open back the
second split on December 20 so call
and pick your days before its too
late. The hunting will only get
better for us and as it looks right
now, its an exceptional year for us!
Im posting a bunch of pictures from
the past week and I will have more
the next few days.

Please check out my website at
www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com or CALL
NOW at 504-427-4973

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 9:11:18 PM

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mike

Abita Springs, LA USA

tell everyone bayou B locks are closed weekdays  lots of boats today but old locks closed most of the day  so check it out

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 8:37:45 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

Today’s fishing was really great here
at Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix.
Capt. Jack and his charter group left
the launch at 7:30 this morning.  
Just like yesterday they fished the
interior marshes, just about a 10
minute boat ride from the marina,
making it back to the launch by 1:00.  
Today’s haul was 63 Speckled Trout,
25 Reds, 18 Black Drum, 1 Fresh Water
Cat and 1 Bass.  Now is the time of
year for fishing and Sweetwater in
Delacroix is the place.   Fish were
caught using live shrimp under a
popping cork.  
Capt. Jack said today was the first
day that he saw over 1,000 ducks.  
It’s been a long time since he’s been
impressed with the duck numbers.  So
if you want to shoot some duck’s,
come on down.  We would love to see
you.
We have about 4000-5000 live shrimp
in the tanks, so if you are not an
early bird you should call on the way
down to make sure we still have some
left. We would love to see you here
at Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix
where customer service is our No. 1
priority.   And remember, we are the
second launch.
Charters and lodging are available
for still available for the upcoming
months, but don’t wait too long
because we are hitting our busiest
time of the year soon. Call the lodge
for reservations, 504-342-2368.
Remember, 30% deposit is required
upon booking. You will not be sorry.
The faster you call the better.  We
also have one boatshed and just a
reminder – we still have gift
certificates available the fisherman
or hunter in your life.

So come visit us in Delacroix at
Sweetwater Marina where customer
service is number one.
Need help launching your boat? No
problem.
Fish cleaning when available.
Need your vehicle parked so you can
just hop in your boat and go? That’s
also not a biggie.
We even have a taxi service!
Looking forward to seeing you guys
here at the island and remembers we
are the second launch. 504-342-2368.  
PS – We still have two boat sheds for
rent.  $200.00 per month and your
launches are free.

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Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 6:41:23 PM

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Don Smolek

Mandeville, LA USA

Shell Beach, Louisiana – On Thursday, November 20, 2014 we went “Fishing with the King”, Captain Frank Moore and his talented First Mate, Logan.  It was the fishing experience of a lifetime.  We arrived and Capt. Frank’s fish camp at 6:30 am.  It was cold so the Captain had us wait a bit while the sun came up and the air temperature started to warm.  By 7:30 the fishing expedition had arrived to Captain Frank and Logan’s preselected fishing site.  
The Redfish started hitting immediately and we were on fish almost continuously until we limited out.  They were all great eating size with one bull red in the mix.  While we were fishing Frank was surveying the area looking for a spot where we might find some Speckled Trout.  He spotted a likely spot nearby and we headed for it.  We were not disappointed as we had a lot of great action again with the Trout.  In no time our cooler was full and we headed back to Shell Beach.
This is the 3rd or 4th time that we have fished with Captain Frank and we have never been disappointed.  The first time we fished with him, it was son Kurt, grandson Andrew, age 9, and me.  The Captain went out of his way to make sure that Andrew had a good time.  Kurt is a US Embassy employee having served in Baghdad, Iraq; Berne, Switzerland; Cairo, Egypt; and now Cambodia.  One of the highlights of his trips back to the states is “Fishing with the King,” Captain Frank Moore!   Author:  Don Smolek, Mandeville, LA

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Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 6:33:03 PM

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Trouthead

folsom, LA USA

It's Friday wife and I are off of together,what to
do? Send my son to before care at school and
go fishing. So me & her left the chef pass around
8:30,went to bayou magill where I cought some
fish last time. Went to the same turn put the boat
on the bank, first cast a keeper trout. The wife
tells me the fish are here and I say this isn't good  
don't like fist cast then a fish, she said why?
Made 15 cast nothing that's why,just a bad omen
for me. Decided to work my way down to the
boat show by the wall, tried trolling the wind
wasn't letting that happen,knock the dust off the
old anchor picked up some fish.
Didn't realize it got to that time of year were
people see you catch a fish and feel the need to
get casting distance from you!!  Thats the people
who don't know how to fish without live shrimp!!!
or don't know how to fish at all.
23 specks
8 white trout
Many throw backs

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 6:05:14 PM

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MIke Lane - RodnReel.com

New Orleans, LA USA

I duck hunted with Captain Jimmy Corely this past Wednesday. Great hunt!

On the way to the blind, the sky was as beautiful as you have ever seen it, stars every where!

When I got in my truck at 3:00 am I had to scrape the ice off. Figured I would freeze my butt off.

Met Jimmy at 4:30 and loaded up including a gas heater.

Headed towards his fixed blind he just built.

His dog Ella was with us, which was great!

Morning started off HOT and the hunt was great.

Take a look at some video I shot of the hunt.

Was not even cold in the blind, never used the heater.

Give Jimmy a call and book your first class trip. You will be happy, this guy is a great guy and is a great duck hunter.

Capt. Jimmy Corley
Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service
(504) 258-4431

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 4:41:06 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

ITS NOT HOW YOU START! ITS HOW YOU FINISH!

We had the pleasure to guide another trip for the beautiful Woodland Plantation, the ultimate fishermans lodge. On board today was Dr. Frank and son Dr. Todd.

We left out of the Delta Marina at 7:00 am heading east of the Mississippi River. The weather was beautiful with the wind light out the east. We fished several good spots with no results as the tide was extremely low. We had to stick and move as we waited for the tide to rise. Patience paid off as Frank and Todd caught their limits of 50 beautiful Speckled Trout on the rising tide late in the morning.

The fish were caught on live shrimp under a popping cork!

BIG THANKS TO WOODLAND PLANTATION AND DR. FRANK AND DR. TODD!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

www.seatow.com

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foxcraft

terrttown, LA USA

Fished. Hopelale. Thursday with Chris
and Mr.Luther from Luling.75 trout
2steelhead and 3  reds. First time
cleaning steelhead hope I like the way
they taste.Used live shrimps from. B S
Marian.

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 4:11:36 PM

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fishgill

Delacroix, LA United States

In response to Oneofthepack

Cathy and I have been patiently waiting on the results of the fishing tournament. I could not find the betting line in Vegas so I made the bet with my  best fishing partner Cathy aka Catfish( a heads up bet)on the winner. She couldn't take the odds. LOL

We are heading down tonight and staying all the way to next Saturday. I finally get a vacation and could not find a better place than Disney World ( better known as Delacroix Island) to enjoy the thanksgiving holidays.

We always enjoy reading your post. Have a great Turkey day

Tight lines to all.

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 2:25:58 PM

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Melerine's Camp Rental

Delacroix Island, LA USA

Fishing and Duck Hunting is its Hottest it has ever Been,so get in on it as soon as you can.We have a cancletion for the Thanks Giving weekend so be the First to call in and get it for yourself. Call Wild Wayne @ 504-431-3061 or 504-491-9488.First come first serve.

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Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 12:39:40 PM

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algiers

New Orleans, LA USA

In repsonse to Nick

Yes the YCB launch behind the pumping station is open.  Fished out of there 3-weeks ago with mixed results.  Plenty of bull reds, 20 trout and a few keeper reds. Good Luck and post your results. The cooler weather since I went may have improved the fishing.

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 12:29:49 PM

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CAPT MOORE FISH WITH THE KING

SHELL BEACH, LA USA

THE BEAT GOES ON !!!!!! Had the pleasure of fishing today with Jeff smith Stan lock let Joel garrison and brother Wayne Edwards from meridian ms. Talk About a fun day we used campos live shrimp tight lined on the bottom. We limited out on speckled trout plus a few for the camp 112 trout 10 reds and 2 puppy drum. We caught a bunch of heads that we turned loose to fight another day. Non stop action in the marsh. Fishing is really hot right now. Back at it tomorrow and will post a report

BE TREATED & LIVE LIKE A KING WHEN YOU FISH WITH THE KING!!!!!!

Our lodge, which is just steps from the boat, features 2200 square feet of deluxe accommodations with a full kitchen, four bedrooms, and two living rooms with flat screen plasma TV’s with over 100 channels. Our back deck has a large propane grill and a great view of the majestic bayou. . . Fish out of our boats or yours.

Come down and live like a king while you Fish With The King!

Give us a call at 504 887 4960 or 504 881 9966 (cell). You'll be glad that you did!!

E-mail: fishwiththeking@att.net

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eastofmrgo

slidell, LA USA

Thursday fishin 11-20
Wind prediction on Intellicast for Hopedale was good for a trip to the marsh. Pulled out the drive way at 5:04am still not sure where I wanted to fish, all flags hangin on old Spanish trail looked good. Short run and lots of catchin at the Great Wall made that area seem best, but I really wanted to see what the drop in water temp did to the fish in the marsh. When I got to hwy 90, 2 trucks pullin boats passed headin toward the chef, not wanting to deal with crowds launchin or fishin , turned in at Pelican point and shortly I was headin for Byu Biloxi. Started fishin at 6:30 or so in some of the deep turns in the Byu with nary a nibble, so headed for the lagoons that cross Byu Biloxi. Found a decent tide line and started chunkin the poppin cork. Couple of quick throwbacks and then nothing. Moved to a spot where water was movin from the shallow water into the deeper canal and that was what they wanted, cast to shallow water, let cork drift to deeper water, reel in speck, repeat. Finished at 8:36.
No where close to tired of fishin, went lookin for reds, fished the shorelines in a few lagoons where I caught specks and reds last week and found the reds but no specks(had to do some scoutin casts). Problem with the reds was they would not stay hooked on the 1/4oz gold spoon, After 4 self releases at the boat I switched to a Tiger bait matrix on a ¼ oz white head and BAM red in the boat, lots more castin and second red hit the box, decided I had enough fishin for one day and headed for home at 11:23. Got to the mouth of Byu Biloxi at lake Borgne and my die hard monster within said, try the summer spots at False mouth for the last 3 reds. Quick run down the shore to where I wanted to try and WTH, someone already there, hard left and back on the waypoint to the LBTB. Nice ride across and back on the trailer and home around 1:30.
Lots of fisher people in the marsh today, most seemed happy to join the herd at a pipeline intersection, so the fish must be there. Great weather, clear and cool to start and clear and warm to finish, tide fell all morning while I was fishin. Water temp was 49 in the Rigolets and 46deg in the marsh to start and 51deg when I quit. Clarity was a 10 on 1-10 scale, spotted a red while standin to relieve myself and almost had (as my grand daughter explains it )TERRIBLE ACCIDENT tryin to get a cast at him.. Wind stayed light from the SSE.(Intellicast right again). All trout caught 2’ under a poppin cork with lemon drop matrix. All reds boxed on Tiger bait Matrix  on 1/4oz head tight lined. Finished the day with
25 specks 12-16”(Some throw backs)
2 reds 20-25” 4 self release at the boat)
2 under size reds (thought I had MOBY TROUT)

Weather iffy for a ,TAKE THE WIFE ,trip Monday, but we will see.

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Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 10:07:10 AM

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lance

new orleans, LA USA

I am trying to figure out a route to
fish the south east side of the mrgo
dam by breton sound marina.   i run
there during the summer taking la
loutre taking the first right and
then going through brady lagoon and
cutting through the winding bayous to
enter to south side of the mrgo.  i
would like to fish the south side of
the dam when the water is cold and
probably low and im not sure if that
route is deep enough to get through.  
i run a aluminum flat around 18 feet
long.    any help would be
appreciated.
also do yall think this would be a
worthwhile trip?  i am thinking in
northwest winds the water would be
deep and clean.  and is basically a
deep dead end canal.   thanks for any
advice.

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 9:28:55 AM

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L Of G

Gonzales, LA USA

Delacroix started out cold Thursday morning for me and Krum, but a few stops here and there made for a nice limit of trout.

Started where I caught last week, but could not get anything going on the east side(Lake Robin, twin pipe, Lake John). Headed to the west side(Point Fienne, Batola,Bakers, etc.) and found better fishing with the tide still falling. All fish were caught(same as last week) on chartreuse H & H salty grub fished about 3 ft under a cork.

Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 4:13:16 AM

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Pat Fitzpatrick

Slidell, LA USA

Two reports. Last Sunday my Father-in- Law joined me to Hopedale. Water temp was in low 50s, and it didn't take long to notice the fish were "not everywhere." We got on one trout bite in Malo before they got small and slow, left with 6 keepers. Tried a sheephead hole in Malo - 2 but not thick yet. Worked my way through Guyago....absolutely nothing! Hmmmmmm, this should not be happening in mid-November, but the water was unusually cold.

Decided it was time for a major move, and jumped to the other side of BSM. Fished the bayous, and nice trout started coming in the boat steadily, whew. Also got a 30-inch red. No limits, but Malo and Guyago threw us a curveball. All on live shrimp and minnows.

Wednesday afternoon fished in the cold out of Chef Pass. Tried the bypass canal first, nothing. I hate crowds, but gave in and headed to the Wall. Got on one good trout bite in a nearby bayou deep under a cork on live shrimp. Then drifted along a shoreline, catching and releasing bass plus a couple more trout. It got late, and everyone was leaving as the trout got small and slow. On a hunch, I decided to try a winter drift on the bottom. Sometimes a drift is better than anchoring for sluggish trout. That was the ticket -- live minnows with a heavy sinker on the bottom got a hookup every 30 seconds, and some of these were nice World Series trout. Live shrimp on the bottom had taps and usually another lost 35 cents or throwback trout. They wanted minnows on the bottom. A jig probably would have worked, too. Got chased in by darkness with 18 trout. When I cleaned the trout, they only had minnows in their stomachs.

if you go, bring a tolerant mindset. The Wall area has lots of interesting boating behavior and I'll leave it at that. I'm sure weekends are especially lively.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 11:09:22 PM

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Dave S

Gretna, LA USA

In response to H. Rouse. Fishermen have
short seasons and meager limits while the
Interior Dept allows snapper to be killed
by the thousands by allowing old
production platforms to be P & A'd with
explosives, as opposed to cutting. I'm
not certain, but I'm pretty sure it has
something to do with people who love
their guns, Bibles and fishing poles!

Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 10:11:26 PM

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H. Rouse

Biloxi, MS USA

I am an old timer and I can remember when
it was hard to catch one red snapper at
all in the gulf in the 60's and 70's ----
---now you cannot drop down your bait
around any oil or gas rig without hooking
one. What is the deal about the short
season and the limits?------------- I for
one am gonna bust some of our beauracrats
azz starting tomorrow.

Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 8:29:03 PM

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Midlife Crisis---MLC Charters

Venice, LA USA

Everything was super today; the weather, light winds from the east; my guests, Joe, Howard, and Ronnie Bowen; the fishing, simply out of this !world! These three brothers have been fishing together for 60 years, and simply love fishing, and enjoy each others' company. They always make my day a lot of fun and today it was simply "funner!"

After a fine breakfast we headed down river looking for bull reds. Our first stop only yielded silverbacks so we moved a short distance away and started tossing dead shrimp on a 1/2 oz. jighead up into very shallow water. Didn't take long before all were hooked up. We had a great day of it with 40 big bulls, with an average weight about 20 lbs. We had several in the 27-29 lb. range and only a few under 20 lb. We all had a great time today and when Joe and Ronnie put up their rods I knew it was time to go, but not until Howard landed another big red. All fish were returned unharmed to fight another day. Check out the pictures.

For those of you who watch the river as your clue to fish Venice, NOW'S THE TIME! The river is green and fish are showing up in the river, and the passes. Come on down before the river goes up. If you need a guide, give me a call.

Jesus is Lord

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cajungunner

Eddie's Launch Bayou Bienvenue, LA USA

I would like to post a "Thanks" to the operator of Eddie's Launch on Bayou Bienvenue. We launched this morning and had engine trouble, The launch attendant helped us find the problem and gave us a couple of hose clamps for us to fix the problem. He saved the trip for us and we had a great day on the water instead of a quick trip back home. Thank you for the help, Service really makes a difference. I will be using this launch again soon!

Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 6:12:51 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

It’s prime fishing time in Delacroix
at Sweetwater Marina.  Capt. Jack and
his charter group left the launch at
8:30 this morning.  They fished the
interior marshes very close to the
marina making it back to the launch by
1:00.  Today’s haul was 94 Speckled
Trout, 24 Reds, 2 Black Drum and 1
Bass.  The Specs and Reds were
particularly beautiful.   Fish were
caught using live shrimp under a
popping cork.  The fishing doesn’t get
much easier than it is right now, so
don’t miss out.  Conditions don’t get
much better than this either.  So come
on down and get in on the action.
Since he didn’t leave until 8:30 this
morning, Capt. Jack had a chance to
chat with a couple of groups of duck
hunters who made it back early and
they reported that they shot their
limit.
We are 90% sure we will have live
shrimp for your morning fishing trip,
but call on your way down to make
sure.  We will also post an update on
the shrimp status as soon as we know
definitely.  We would love to see you
here at Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix
where customer service is our No. 1
priority.   And remember, we are the
second launch.
Charters and lodging are available for
still available for the upcoming
months, but don’t wait too long
because we are hitting our busiest
time of the year soon. Call the lodge
for reservations, 504-342-2368.
Remember, 30% deposit is required upon
booking. You will not be sorry. The
faster you call the better.  We also
have one boatshed and just a reminder
– we still have gift certificates
available the fisherman or hunter in
your life.

So come visit us in Delacroix at
Sweetwater Marina where customer
service is number one.
Need help launching your boat? No
problem.
Fish cleaning when available.
Need your vehicle parked so you can
just hop in your boat and go? That’s
also not a biggie.
We even have a taxi service!
Looking forward to seeing you guys
here at the island and remembers we
are the second launch. 504-342-2368.  
PS – We still have two boat sheds for
rent.  $200.00 per month and your
launches are free.

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CAPT MOORE FISH WITH THE KING

SHELL BEACH, LA USA

THIS IS AS GOOD AS IT GETS !!!!!!!! Had the
pleasure of fishing today with Kurt
smolek and his dad don. We made 2 stops
and limited out on reds and trout. Talk
about a fun morning. The guys could not
believe the fishing we have here in SE
Louisiana.  Capt Steve and Logan have
been on a good fish bite all week. Reds
heads trout and puppy drum. Talk about
great fall fishing. Give us a call and
get on the books we will do the rest.  
FISH ARE EATING CAMPOS LIVE SHRIMP LIKE
POPCORN !!!!!!!! Charter info            
(504) 881-9966

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Secret Formula

algiers, la United States

In response to pat sanders

thats how it used to be, by there are people that
love to micro manage (The government)

Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 10:54:01 AM

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Capt. Jonathan Sanchez

Hopedale, LA USA

Fall fishing is as good as it gets!!
Yesterday I had the pleasure of fishing with Dan
Scardula, his nephew Eric, and George. We got
a later than normal start due to the freezing
temp. We left BSM around 7:30am with 200 live
Boogie shrimp and headed for the marsh.  Two
stops in the in the Biloxi Marsh was all it took.  It
started off slow, as we had the tail end of the
falling tide and the water temp was a chilly 42
deg. The first stop we managed to catch about 5
nice trout and 1 red, but it was very slow. We
made a short move and fished for about 15-20
min with no luck, but we could see the red fish
cutting up on a flat. Finally George hooked into a
red and someone hit the switch. Dan & Eric
started catching a few trout, while George put his
limit of reds in the boat. The tide had began to
come in and the water temp warmed up to about
46 deg. and all trout were caught 3

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Nick

marrero, LA USA

Does anyone know if the Yellow Cotton Bay launch by the pumping station in Buras is still open? The back down on Duvic Pump Rd

Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 9:18:52 AM

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pat sanders

shreveport, LA USA

IN RESPONCE TO SECRET:  thank you for
your responce to my question.instead of
them making this so complicated why not
set some type of limit and let you shoot
anything until you have your bag limit?    
just a question from a non duck hunter.
pat

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 @ 7:38:40 PM

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Secret Formula

algiers, la United States

In response to pat sanders

Pat,
That is an excellent question.  I have been duck
hunting for 52 years and I hunt a lot so my opinion
is to be considered a qualified one.  It takes a long
time / much experience to be able to distinguish all
of the "big" duck at a distance.  Teal are the
exception as you quickly learn their flight
characteristics.  I would say that at least 50% of the
people who duck hunt have to "ground check" their
harvest.  meaning they don't know what bird it is
until it's in their hand.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 @ 7:09:37 PM

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Capt Jack

St bernard, LA USA

Today duck hunting was slow. Four guys went out together and they all shot their limit where others went out and didn't shoot half their limit.After all this cold weather the trout are starting to bite again. Two guys went out today and caught 26 speckled trout in Bay Jack Nevette. We have lots of live bait for those of you looking to go out tomorrow. Capt. Jack has some charter trips available next week for those of you looking to go out and get in on some trout action. We have lodging available also and a small deposit will hold your date. Just call 504-342-2368 to book today. Come on down to Sweetwater and have a good time. Hoping to see ya soon! Remember we are the second boat launch in Delacroix

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 @ 3:18:08 PM

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Cast and Blast Charters-Capt Chris Pike

Delacroix, LA USA

Last Minute Opening for up to 4 hunters
Tomorrow!!!!

We've had a great last 2 days down here in
Delacroix and we have a phenomenal amount of
birds. We have been killing mostly grays, teal,
and pintail primarily. The birds have been
decoying beautifully for us and I couldn't be more
pleased with the numbers we have been seeing.
The hunts have been pretty quick for us to get
our limits, as long as my guys barrels are
straight. Tomorrow should be a great day and
I'm offering a last minute special for anyone who
wants to hunt!

Please check out my website at
www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com or CALL NOW at
504-427-4973

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 @ 2:43:17 PM

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Louis Rossignol - Venice Guide Service

Kenner, LA USA

We've been SLAMMIN' the Big Trout down in Venice, La.

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These 50 trout ONLY, not the redfish, weighed 121 lbs.

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This one was just under 26"s

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My 2  anglers were fighting over which one of them caught this redfish? LOOK, both jigheads are in his mouth, and they both reeled him in together.

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Ducks like mosquitoes,

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My son and our friend on an evening trip, doubled up.

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After a hard days work, washing boats, my son got to experience a Hard Hittin' Fishing Trip.

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Well that's all for now, gotta go fishing!!!

Louis Rossignol
Venice Guide Service
504-481-7529
www.VeniceGuideService.com
TAKE A KID FISHING!!!


Wednesday, November 19, 2014 @ 12:22:43 PM

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pat sanders

shreveport, LA USA

DUCKS:  I don't duck hunt and my
question is with all the regulations how
do you know you are shooting at a legal
duck?there has to be some oops
shots.just curious duck hunters

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 @ 7:35:35 PM

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Sunkist

Shell Beach, LA United States

In response to FishNetwork

I've been using the Versamaxx. It's the
cork that you can unscrew the top and
add weight and/or rattles beads. I saw
recently that Capt Charlie with Bayou
Charters and all his captains use the
Versamaxx. Also saw Bigfish charters
using them on Fox news 8 last week.
It's all I use now, replaces all other
corks in my box! Get mine at Hook and
Line in Chalmette.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 @ 2:33:29 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

            TEAM JO-JO

         REMATCH TOMORROW

      Choupique VS. Gaspergou

Tomorrow’s trip will be a rematch for our crew, Big Donnie (aka Gaspergou, Texan transplant 6’-2” weighting in at 275#, with a record of 1/1/01) vs. Big Dax (aka Choupique, local Coonass, 6’-3/4” weighting in at 245# with a record of 0/1/1) one of these contenders will be Fisherperson of the day and walk away with the converted Team Jo-Jo trophy.


After our results from past Saturday & Sunday trips, felt it was time to invite the contenders back for a rematch to see who will claim the fall fish off for the season of 2014.


Last time it was a close call for fisherperson of the day, Big Donnie (Gaspergou) managed to have a good showing, but not by much, there is a feeling in the tomorrow may produce a new leader ion the fishing arena down in our Disney World Know as Delacroix Island, total fins & spots will tell the story


Up coming trip, suggest you each bring your own ice chest, throw your fish in it, and we can count them up at the end of the day, winner will take home the Fisherperson of the day trophy and have all the bragging rights for one year. Loser, (Choupique, and we don’t want Choupique to eat) gets to buy all a lunch.


Vegas odds are out, 10-1 in favor of Gaspergou, as for Great Angler, (next opponent up) odds 15-1 in favor, (Predication based safety requirements) of Gaspergou.


Stay tune for the results!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 @ 1:51:22 PM

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