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Ole Schoold

Elmer's Island, LA Unknown

In response to pat sanders

Gaff Tops are flat out fantastic! It's a somewhat firm white meat, and I think it's as good as trout, almost. I know guys at the Tallyho would fight you for a Gaff Top back in the day. Keep them in a 5 gallon bucket with some ice and away from your other fish. The slim is unreal. Cheers! P.S. thanks for the kind words Miss Wanda!

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 8:46:11 PM

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Cast and Blast Charters-Captain Chris Pike

Delacroix, LA USA

I just had a cancellation for Saturday, so I now have an opening for a group of up to 4 for a Teal hunt or a "Cast and Blast". Today my group decided that they would rather do a mid morning fishing trip instead of a hunt because it was dead calm and they didn't want to pass on a perfect fishing morning. We left out around 830am per their request and we were able to have non stop action starting as soon as we got to the first spot. As we were riding out we noticed quite a few large flocks of Teal flying sky high and headed south. These were definitely new birds that were riding the NE wind. Needless to say everywhere we ran we saw Teal all over the marsh! The water was starting to fall today and that is usually the best recipe for the teal to flood back into our marshes. The guys had a blast fishing but were kicking themselves for not hunting. Thats the way it is with Teal, you dont know unless you go and they are absolutely impossible to predict. On the way in we checked out some of my property and the birds were stacked all over. Today was by far the most Teal Ive seen all Teal season. The wind will be blowing NE hard tomorrow which will drop our water levels and the next few days the hunting will be outstanding and should be the most consistent of the last week. I have some availability left before it closes on Sunday the 28th. All in all, I saw a good number of Teal today and if you'd like to get on them before the Teal season ends and we have to suffer until the big duck season opens, CALL ASAP!!!!

The fishing remains very strong, the trout are making a big move into the interior and they are chasing shrimp on every current line. October will be fantastic down here and we'd love to put you and your group on them.

If you'd like to book a Teal hunt, a fishing trip, or a "Cast and Blast" call now and lets have a great time!

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

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 8:39:59 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

HAPPY ANGLERS ON A WINDY DAY WITH A BEAUTIFUL CATCH!

Had the pleasure to guide regulars Donnie, Butch, & Wheeler.

We left out of the Delta Marina in Empire, LA with the wind blowing 15 to 20 mph from the east on Saturday. It was a no brainer to fish the west side of the Mississippi River for Redfish on a day such as this.

The tide was high to my liking, enabling us to fish the shallow oyster flats.

The redfish bite was incredible on the flats as the guys had a great day catching Redfish after Redfish all morning.

My deckhand Heather & I caught a few on this trip.

All of the Redfish were caught on live shrimp fished shallow under a popping cork.

THANKS AGAIN DONNIE, BUTCH, & WHEELER!

ATTENTION!

WE HAVE ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT OPEN IN OCTOBER!

OCTOBER 13, 14, 15 & 16 ARE AVAILABLE FOR FISHING AT THIS TIME!

THE TIDE IS PERFECT FOR FISHING ON THESE DAYS!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

www.seatow.com

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Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 8:31:05 PM

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Secret Formula

Algiers, La United States

In response to pat sanders

I have had fried Gafftops and they were good.  I
know people who keep them all the time.   As you
know they are very slimy and if the slime is allowed
to dry on your boat over night you have to almost
chisel it off.  If you leave them in heavy iced water
over night they come out the ice chest slime free.  
ARRIVE ALIVE!!!

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 8:22:28 PM

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CAPT PHIL ROBICHAUX CHARTERS

Lafitte, LA USA

REDFISHING STRONG RIGHT NOW IN LAFITTE...

KEAN MCCLOSKEY'S TRIP

On Saturday we had the pleasure of guiding good friend and customer Mr Kean McCloskey who brought along a group of 8 customers/co-workers for their annual trip. Myself and Capts Beau Weber and Mike Juhasz headed out with the guys in search of redfish and found nice catches in the duck ponds south of Lafitte. Kean, Mr Gary, and Bryan were with me and we were fortunate to find 4 limits of pretty fish. We got lucky and found the right point that was holding a school and 10 or 12 found the ice chest at that one spot making for non- stop action for a half hour or so. Fresh shrimp under a cork on H&H jigheads was the ticket on this day and the remaining 2 boats did well on the hard-pulling reds also. Many thanks to Kean for using our service and making what we do for a living possible!

DAVE RUSSELL'S TRIP

Today, myself and Capt Beau Weber had the pleasure of handling 2 boats booked by Mr Dave Russell with the Jax Corporation. Five of his associates were along and enjoyed a fantastic day of redfishing in the marshes east of Lafitte. Using fresh shrimp under a cork on our boat, we ended the day with 4 limits of good reds, 7 puppy drum, and 1 lost speckled trout. Capt Beau's boat ended up with 20 big reds that were all caught on H&H black and chartreuse Baby Bull Minnows tightlined on 1/4 oz jigheads. The fishing is very good right now and it seems that the reds are biting both plastic and fresh shrimp so we have options on the way you like to fish. Always nice when they are eating, makes our job a lot easier! Many thanks to Dave and all the guys on this trip for using our service for the first time. We look forward to day 2 and hope we can repeat the success of today!

WE HAVE OPENINGS THE NEXT COUPLE MONTHS AND THE FISHING AND THE WEATHER SHOULD GET EVEN BETTER. DON'T WAIT TO GET ON THE BOOKS AND EXPERIENCE WHAT WE ARE KNOWN FOR IN SOUTH LOUISIANA!

COME SEE US DOWN HERE IN LAFITTE!!!!

WE ARE LOCATED AN EASY 30 MINUTE DRIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS!

WE HAVE 5 FULL TIME GUIDES READY TO FISH AND HAVE LODGING AVAILABLE.

OUR CHARTER PRICING STARTS AT $425.00 FOR TWO ANGLERS FOR A FULL DAY OF FISHING.

OUR LODGING IS REASONABLY PRICED AT $125.00 A NIGHT FOR FOUR GUESTS AND SLEEPS UP TO 10 AND INCLUDES ALL OF THE COMFORTS OF HOME.

WE USE QUALITY EQUIPMENT WITH NICE BAY BOATS THAT ALL INCLUDE POWER POLES. OUR RODS AND REELS AND TACKLE ARE SOME OF THE FINEST AROUND. WE USE TFO RODS AND H&H SOFT PLASTICS WITH ALL BRAIDED POWER PRO LINE.

ONLY PROFESSIONAL GUIDES AND TOP NOTCH EQUIPMENT FOR OUR CUSTOMERS.

GIVE US A CALL AT 504-689-2006 OR EMAIL US AT CAPTAINPHIL02@COX.NET TO CHECK AVAILABLE DATES.

DON’T FORGET TO CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB AT www.fishwithphil.com AND THANKS FOR READING OUR REPORTS!

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Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 7:41:10 PM

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pat sanders

shreveport, LA USA

GAFFTOPS: as an avid fresh water cat
fisherman my question is are those
gafftops good to eat? i know the hard
heads aren't.pat

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 7:31:46 PM

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Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service

Delacroix Island, LA USA

Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service is now scheduling
hunts for the 2014-2015  duck season. Make sure to
come experience some of the finest duck hunting
Southeast Louisiana has to offer with St. Bernards
own Capt. Jimmy Corley. He is a guide that takes
pride in customer satisfaction making for a
memorable time to leave you wanting to come back
for more. And it shows with the abundance of repeat
costumers. All hunts are done from Gator Trax boats
with pop up blinds so you won't get cold,wet or
muddy, and we also have stationary blinds for when
the birds get educated late in the season. Also we
have the camp available with an option of some of
Louisiana's finest cajun cooking. The camp sleeps six
people and has a big walk around porch so you can
relax and enjoy the view of our pristine marsh lands.
The dates or set for November 15 through December
7 and December 20 through January 25 If you would
like to schedule a hunt you can contact Capt. Jimmy
Corley by phone at (504)258-4431,or by email at
cap.jimmy.corley@gmail.com. Also feel free to check
out our web site waterfowlspecialist.com

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 7:28:13 PM

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Hillrie

Biloxi, MS USA

You people are right about one thing. Fish and animals take on the taste of what they are feeding on. Years ago I killed a wild turkey in mostly piney woods. I was a proud hunter and brought it home and deboned it and cut up in strips and fried it. Had to throw it out cause it tasted like pinesol smells. You are so right if fish eat turds, they will taste like one smells.    I am through with this subject. Thanks to all for their input--------------

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 5:02:16 PM

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Capt Jack

st bernard, LA USA

Today Capt. Jack went out and they caught their limit in black drum, 17reds, 5 specs, and 1 sheep head. They caught lots of 11 inch trout so in the next couple weeks they will be 12 inches and lots of em. There is fish to be caught all over and Capt. Jack has some availability this week for charter trips so if ya looking to go give us a call. We have live shrimp also. If you need lodging we have that too just give us a call to book 504-342-2368. If your looking to go out in your boat launching is $10.00. We can help you with launching your boat if need be. Remember we are the second boat launch in Delacroix. Hope to see ya soon!

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 2:45:59 PM

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East of East

Eden Isles, LA USA

Sunday after the game I put the boat in
and headed for Lake Catherine after
getting 50 shrimp from Rigolets. I had
the 2 boys with me (10 and 11 yrs) and we
tried four spots without a bite. Then we
anchored at Truloix pt and started
getting a few bites. WE wound up catching
1 red, 1 drum, and 1 trout. We fished
about an hour and a half so it wasn't too
bad. I am waiting for it to turn on in
that area. Last yr we did real good but
it was later in the year.It's got to get
better!

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 2:07:08 PM

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Capt. Christian

Slidell, LA USA

Don't forget to take advantage of our Who Dat Special.  14 months for $169 (2 Free months) Just call us locally or sign up online at www.seatow.com and enter source code: WHO to get the special.  As always new and renewing members can take advantage of the special as the time will be added to your existing membership upon renewal. SEA TOW New Orleans (504) 301-4545 Westbank (504) 433-4869  
(Last Week To Get the Special!)

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 11:09:57 AM

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todd (not a charter capt.) stephens

olive branch, MS USA

if  you   fried      grouper, snapper, cobia,triple tail,amberjack,speckled trout,and KING MACKERAL     all   in  the   same  oil      i dont think  any  fisherman or  food expert   could   get   all   7   fish  correct   by   taste  only   ie.  taste test    i have  tried   on  my  buddies   and   most   will  only  get   a few  correct    and   be  sure to  use   small  fish   for   the  test    let  us  know  your  results      dont knock it  till  you  try  it !!!  KINGS  that  is     todd (not a charter capt.)    out.   going  in  a  few  weeks  will  report  on  the   shrimp boat  action  since  the  capts    will  not  report

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 11:02:35 AM

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luckystrike

chalmette, LA USA

Good day on water yesterday! Found some Beautiful Reds, Drum, Heads and a few specs Sunday. The wind was more than forecasted but did find clear water inshore working lagoons and after 8 stops hit the jackpot!  Thanks Jack and crew @ Sweetwater.

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 9:51:01 AM

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Wanda Ann Stewart, Sales & Advertising Manager

New Orleans, LA USA

Way to man up! Ole School! Like Secret Formula would say,  You got class! Everyone check out the action of great camera work on this hunt!

Monday, September 22, 2014 @ 1:06:09 AM

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Capt Chad / Cajun Unlimited

Venice, LA USA

Blue-Wing Teal. Four days of guided teal hunting
in Venice. Thursday afternoon 3 persons limits in
less than an hour in the blind. Friday morning
four persons limits by 7:20am. Saturday morning
four persons limits by 7:30am. This morning
three persons limits by 7:am. Teal were diving in
the decoys and the sky was full of new birds
coming down.
The rest of this week and weekend is going to be
awesome.
We have openings for Tuesday-Friday.
Capt Chad 504-270-5986
www.cajununlimited.com

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 10:17:34 PM

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David

Baton Rouge, LA USA

Another great day of fishing with
Fishing Magician Charters!  Six of us
came down to spend the night at Captain
Johnny's lodge and fish this morning.  
Headed out before daylight and watched
a beautiful sunrise.  Got on a great
trout bite almost immediately, despite
the steady winds.  Were able to put a
few in here and a few there, ending the
day with 100 trout and a few reds and a
drum for lagniappe.  Jason's boat
finished about the same.  The ride home
was made all the nicer, listening to
the Saints grab that first win!

It was a nice day to fish, temperature
wise.  Can't wait to come back for the
fall fishing just around the corner.  
Thanks Johnny, John and Jason for
another fine day of fishing in the
Biloxi Marsh!

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 10:16:02 PM

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Capt. Johnny Nunez

Shell Beach, LA USA

Fishing Magician Charters , LLC Capt. Jason and I had the pleasure of fishing with some good friends Greg, Rene, David, and friends.Today the wind was blowing real good. So after stopping by Campo's to pick up some of their famous live shrimp, we headed to the Biloxi Marsh. The temperature has been cooler and nice to fish in. Capt. Jason's boat had their limit of 100 specks and 1 red. My boat had 100 trout, 3 reds, and 1 black drum.

If you want to catch some fish and have some fun, Fishing Magician Charters is the one. Give us a call to book a trip you will never forget.

Capt. Johnny Nunez
504-239-3159
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Fishing Magician Charters
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Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 9:24:10 PM

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Trout head

folsom, LA USA

I know I'm a little late on this subject about mullet
what this is one the best recipes I have a had.
Go to academy and get you a good cedar
board.
Make you a good butter and garlic sauce with
parsley onion powder and melted all down.
You going to want to use a gas grill and cook
around 350 to 375.
Please board and fish on to the barbecue pit
sprinkle Salt and lemon pepper onto the fish.
Cook for five minutes then based with butter
sauce.
Keep basting the fish for additional 15 minutes
to 25 minutes make  sure that the butter sauce is
getting on the wood that is the main key
When time is up place fish on a plate and then
throw fish and plate away and eat the wood
That is the best thing for them turd eaters!!!!!!!

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 6:20:13 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice, LA USA

It took less than one hour to catch
this limit of reds Saturday morning.  
We through back at least 15 other
fish!!!  Then I took another trip in
the afternoon with Bill from Arkansas
he came back with 4 Reds, 1 flounder, 1
Sheephead and 2 Bull Croakers.

CaptainBrian@KayakVeniceLa.com
Guided Kayak Fishing
Inshore Fishing
Extreme Kayak Fishing Adventures
(504)327-7341

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Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 5:03:59 PM

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Big Don

Metairie, LA Unknown

In response to Oneofthepack

Nothing like a fishing trip.  The
Delacroix basin seems endless, it is
beautiful out there.  One of the Pack
did a nice write up on our trip.

Mr. Pack is exactly the way he comes
off on here.  I hope he does not mind
me telling it like it is.  He has a
level of character/passion that is not
overly common.  I consider it a
privilege to ride the Bay Flat Sr.  
When Team Jo-Jo and One of the Pack
says lets go, I'll be ready.  I can't
wait.

Today's small humble report:

I went out to the Bonnabel point this
morning just to mess around a bit and
catch some mullet (that are almost
always there) and use cut bait. (I'm
not desperate enough to eat them, but
never say never). Those strong ENE
winds brought in some large waves and
that cast net would have lasted one
throw into the rocks, so I knew I was
had and took it to the house.

I met a nice couple out there, Nick and
Jordin.  She caught a sting ray and
showed me a picture.  Meeting some
really great people through fishing,
which just makes me want to go even
more.

I want to thank RodnReel.com and the
community that makes it what it is for
being such a good resource for all
levels of fisher-person.

Take care,

Big Don

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 2:39:07 PM

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Cast and Blast Charters-Captain Chris Pike

Delacroix, LA USA

Teal Report!!!

We had some pretty consistent hunts all last
week up until Friday and it has dropped off big
time down here. Friday morning and yesterday
morning we barely fired the guns between 3
boats. We fished both evenings and did
extremely well, the trout have finally made a
good showing in the marsh over here and on
Friday we had 75 and Thursday we had 52 along
with limits of reds both days. Good news,
yesterday evening I had a father and son group
that wanted to try their luck on an evening hunt
and it was a action packed evening! The
difference between the morning and evening
hunts are incredible. We were able to drop quite
a few and we were able to see alot of big flocks
working over the west side of Delacroix. Today
my guys decided to fish in the morning and hunt
the evening. We had a great morning catching
50 trout and 15 reds. The marsh is full of fish
right now guys and fall is a great time to fish
Delacroix! I have some openings this week if
you

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 12:09:15 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

         TEAM JO-JO   
             Saturday trip

Bay flat Sr crew today was Big Don, met him on rodnreel.com, we talked a little fishing and decided to make a trip to our Disney World known as Delacroix Island this morning was to be our trip.

SIGNS:

• Work a few days during the week
• Big Ronnie , (aka Wildman, aka Dago) under the weather cancelled out
• Attended a function (Girls & Boys  club) at Cross Gate Gym, they had Buck Town All Starts, and lots of food and drinks
• No wild life sightings along hwy 11
• Loveofthepack and Oneofthepack up front doing we what do best on the dance floor, and looking good if I say so myself.
• Oneofthepack had (Oneofthepack specials)  a great breakfast at the Waffle House, Big Don did not want to eat, so it was in and out quick.
• Not many boats on the hwy and / or in the gas stations
• Easy ride to the boat slip, loaded up the Bay Flat Sr in no time
• Off to Lionel’s for some lively delights to offer the fish, ice, and some go juice
• Lionel’s had some of the best looking soft shell crabs that I’ve seen in a long time, nice and big, and plenty of them

CONDITIONS:

• Perfect
• E.N.E wind 15-18 steady all day
• Sunny w/ a few clouds
• Mild temps
• Water temp 79F starting to cool off
• Water level a little above normal
• Tide pouring in all day, HARD!!!!!!!!!!!
• Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 3 minus, see the lure down about 8” but real cloudy looking

TECHNIQUE:

• Oak River Troll (1) hit
• Anchor up cast & retrieve (1) white trout on H&H purple beetle
• Carolina rig, 1/4oz sliding sinker, swivel, leader, hook shrimp, cast out across current let it run with the current, raise your pole up to feel the bite, real in slack, repeats until you have a fish.
• Shrimp right on lure head, run along the bottom
• Keep moving from spot to spot

LURE OF THE DAY:

• H&H purple beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz round white head w/gold hook
• Live shrimp, Lionel’s delights
• All but 1 fish caught with live shrimp

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS ON THE MAP FISHED:

Spot # 21,22 (1)t,23,24,25,17,2A,14,15,21,22,23,60,61A,61B,64, stopped fishing at 11:50 turned the Bay Flat Sr north for a long rough ride across Grand Lake back to boat slip.

OUR REWARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• (1) White trout
• (4) Drum
• (1) Sting Ray (flutterby)
• (1) Gaff Top
• (9) Hard heads
• (1) Crab
• (6) Oyster shells
• (2) Crab traps
• (1) Anchor rope
• (1) Oneofthepack
• (3) Bushels of grass
• Got to meet and fish w/ a poster on rodnreel.com,  Big Don, he soon to be one of the best fisherperson I know.
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Big Ronnie, he stayed home, but he missed out on the best part of the trip, the journey.

SUGGESTIONS:

Today, we are looking for them, HBA has a rodeo coming up (10-3-14) Team Jo-Jo’s crew has done real well I the past 2 rodeos, but our honey holes not producing at this time, needs some suggestion re where to catch a few reds, all info will be shared w/rodnreel.com, so please don’t give us your top secret producing honey hole.

We will be back at them soon, until then:

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 11:25:03 AM

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Ole School

Elmer's Island, LA Unknown

In response to Hillrie

Hat's off to Miss State Mrs. Hillrie. That was an ole fashioned but whipping! You guys have a really good team, especially the QB. Can't see why LSU has a freshmen and sophomore QB- that's it! Go figure. Man this hurts! LOL. Cheers

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 9:59:51 AM

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bayouglen

metairie, LA USA

LSU fans are used to winning against Mississippi, look at the record.State fans not used to winning.

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 9:47:27 AM

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LittleShake

Arabi, LA USA

Fishing Friday 9/19/14

We launched out of The South Shore
Marina and Bait. This place is at the
foot of the Chef bridge and under new
management. The hospitality was great
and only second to the quality of the
live shrimp we got for the trip from
this shop..
The wind was ripping hard Friday
morning so fishing Lake Borgne was out.
We started fishing the pockets and cuts
right off the ICWW just out of the Chef
Pass. I didn't really expect to do any
good but to my surprise we caught
specks and reds at just about every
pocket we fished along the Intercoastal
Canal. It was a very short trip due to
the wind but we ended up with a few
fish...
26 keeper specks
2 big reds for the grill
quite a few throw backs of several
species...

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 9:27:42 AM

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Troutmaster

Slidell, LA USA

CCA Banquet Tue. Sept. 23 at the Slidell Auditorium in Old Town. Starts at 6:00 pm.  Raffles, trips, door prizes,Food By Southside Cafe' open Bar, and fishing trips.One of the best parties in Slidell. See you there Troutmaster

Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 7:48:38 AM

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Hillrie

Biloxi, MS USA

What ever happenend to tiger stadium? Oh well, I am Not gonna get in anyones face. Hope I don,t get put off here for this.

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 11:17:40 PM

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Hillrie

Biloxi, MS USA

Old School---------I hope you are an old school about all this liberal gov we got going in this country and as for as the fish is concerned it is all small fish anyway------------Huh?

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 11:05:37 PM

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Capt. Johnny Nunez

Shell Beach, LA USA

Fishing Magician Charters, LLC

Today Capt. Jason had the pleasure of fishing with Glenn, his girlfriend, and their good friend. They headed to Campo's to pick up some of their famous live shrimp. Since the wind was blowing over 20 knots, they headed to the Biloxi Marsh to catch some reds.They moved around a lot and caught 9 reds, 8 black drum, 2 sheepshead, 6 trout, and 1 lone flounder. The group said they had a good time and will be back next year.

Today I had the pleasure of fishing with Andy Bollinger, his son and 2 nephews. We also picked up some of Campo's live shrimp, then headed to the Biloxi Marsh. After making a lot of moves we hit a little spot of speckled trout. We ended the day with: 125 speckled trout and 3 reds.

It turned out to be a great day of fishing on a very windy day. We still have a few boats open this week. Give us a call so you can catch some fish and have some fun.

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


Fishing Magician Charters
504-239-3159
fishingmagiciancharters@yahoo.com

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Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 8:36:02 PM

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Ole School

Elmers Island USA, LA USA

If LSU keeps this up I'll be eating Mullet
instead of crow!!

Cheers!

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 8:15:01 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

Unfortunately the duck hunting was
extremely slow today.  But on a good
note the fishing today was pretty
decent.  Most anglers did well with
Reds and Black Drum.  Reports were
that they were catching them pretty
much all over, no particular hot spot.
We will have live shrimp for tomorrow
and 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 two 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.

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 7:57:59 PM

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hookmup

Terrytown, LA USA

Fished Lafitte today, light winds early but picked up around 9 with a couple of light showers.  Limit of reds, not schooled up but one here and one there.  Along the grass in Turtle Bay. Two caught with shrimp under the cork, and three on the gold spoon.  Back at the lilly infested launch by 10:30.

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 4:41:00 PM

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Fishing Magician Charters

Shell Beach, LA USA

Notice!!!!!!! We still have a boat available for tomorrow(Sunday). Today was a windy day but we still caught 125 Speckled Trout and 3 Reds. If you want to catch some fish and have some fun Fishing Magician is the one. Come catch fish while making memories.

Captain Johnny Nunez
(504)239-3159
fishingmagiciancharters2yahoo.com

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 4:14:35 PM

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reelseaman

SE Louisiana, LA Unknown

In response to eastofmrgo

Nice report. One of these days you'll
come across an old man in a little flat
in the marsh and we'll finally meet.
ReelSeaman

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 2:33:36 PM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, LA USA

Fishin Friday 9-19-14

Just hearing about a cold front had me abandon the redfish and start  lookin for specks. Made the bumpy ride thru the Rigolets and crossed a nasty Lake Borgne to make my first stop a favorite shore line in Macks Pass. Wind was humpin and the first stop only produced a tangled mess of the poppin cork with a Kamikaze matrix tipped with shrimp. Relocated to a shore better suited for driftin , and picked up a couple of keepers and 1 throw back . Started fishing my way back to lake Borgne  thru all my favorite winter honey holes,(muscle  bay, Pete’s, cutoff) water was not as clean as the past few weeks 6 on 1-10 scale but the few trout were hitting the bait good if the hardheads didn’t find it first, fairly satisfied with the speck searchin, headed back to the canals off the lake and snagged a couple of reds right off, then the calamities took over. Break offs, bait in weeds 4 out of 5 casts, stuck boat, and the best yet ,a lassoed Red. Nice red hit the cork in a slew 5-6 feet wide, then he made a run so with the hook set the fight was on, The red didn’t look to be as big as the fight, when he got close one time I saw the line was wrapped around him at the gills with the jig head on top making the loop, hoping he would eventfully come in sideways I just let him pull till he pooped out, NOT, he made a run straight away from the boat and slipped the noose and swam off with that WTH was that swagger. Had enough for the day and headed back across a still nasty lake Borgne. I had convinced myself that when the bad weather moved out to the gulf the wind would lay, WRONG, East wind 10-20 all day with clouds most of the time (no rain after I left the launch). Yes Mike,I know, “if you get caught in the rain it’s bad luck, if you leave in the rain, it’s just DUMB". Tide high and incoming all day, water temp 80-82. Finished the day at 2:30pm with
2 reds 17 and 24”
9 specks 12-14”
4-5 throw back specks
Many hardheads.

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 1:30:48 PM

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frankied

hammond, LA USA

King Mackeral
????????????

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 1:08:10 PM

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Pat Fitzpatrick

Slidell, LA USA

A couple of reports. Yesterday my Father-in-Law Jerry joined me for a trip out of Hopedale. Some rain was moving through the Biloxi Marsh and the east wind was kicking, so we headed south to Bayou Bernard marsh and Lake Robin east side. The keeper trout are starting to show up on the inside, as we finished with 8 keepers. We focused more on meatfish on points, ponds, and Lake Robin shoreline with the water up, and got 1 drum and 7 reds, plus more throwbacks of each. For strictly trout fishermen, sticking and moving on current lines should get you a half limit now, and it will get even better soon. A decent cold front is arriving Monday. It's the time we've all been waiting for.

Last Thursday (9/11), my dad joined me on a rare trip. He taught me to fish but doesn't go much anymore, so it was a special outing. There was no wind, very hot, with water temp near 90, so I knew it would be a little slow. We left before sunrise out of Shell Beach for the Lake Borgne shoreline, and got 3 very nice reds, a drum, and 2 trout before calling it early. While cleaning the fish, I found a mouse inside one of the reds. Guess I need to add a new bait to the arsenal !

Piggy perch are really bad right now. Your bait can be gone and you don't even know it. Hopefully this front will start to drive them offshore.

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 10:51:04 AM

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Barnacle Bill

Diamondhead, MS Unknown

In response to Mike Lane - RodnReel.com

Mike,you must be talking about SPANISH
mackerel. King mackerel are delicious
especially deep fried in beer batter.

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 10:06:30 AM

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DUTCH prager

Mandeville, LA USA

Greetings Anglers -- Yesterday was another
Great Day on the Water with Captain Mike Gallo
and Al Calabrese.  We fished the Biloxi Marsh-
Bobs Lake area and had a Wonderful Day.  Limit
of reds, 1 flounder and 10 specks.  As one ages,
let us enjoy each and every day.    ( NEVER
LOSE SIGHT OF THE FACT THAT OLD AGE
NEEDS SO LITTLE, BUT IT NEEDS THAT
LITTLE SO MUCH. )   BY MARGARET
WILLOUR.    Good night.  DUTCH  <*()))))))><   
tag em !  



Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 7:57:21 PM

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CAPT PHIL ROBICHAUX CHARTERS

Lafitte, LA USA

LAFITTE REPORT...

We are enjoying some good redfishing right now and things have finally turned the corner. The conditions have improved thanks to the more typical southeast winds blowing as of late. As a result, we got some pretty water, bait, and with that of course comes the reds and other game fish. A few nice flounder are hitting the docks as well but the trout are still slow. Hopefully, they will show up soon for us!

Here are a couple of our recent trips:

VALENT CHEMICAL'S TRIP

Our good friend and customer Mr Frank Carey fished with us this past Tuesday and Wednesday and brought along Jason K, Jason B, Tom, Tim, and Bobby who have been coming down with Frank for years and are great guys for sure. Man, we have had some good times over the years and caught a ton of fish to boot! Myself, Capt Beau Weber, and Capt Mike Juhasz did the honors and guided the group and this past trip was more of the same as nice boxes of reds were put on ice by the guys. We used H&H soft plastics as well as fresh shrimp to catch the reds with a few puppy drum thrown in. The gang enjoyed sauteed fresh fish and gumbo at Jan's on Tuesday night to top things off. Of course it was a great time on the water spent with good friends and we send many thanks to Frank and all on this trip for their business and for being true friends to us down here in Lafitte.

MATTHIESEN AND DUHE' TRIP

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of guiding Mr Marc Matthiesen and his wife Belinda and Tim and Trudy Duhe'. Marc and Tim work for Dupont Chemical who fished a group with us on Wednesday. The guys decided to fish an extra day on Thursday and bring their wives along to enjoy some time on the water. Using fresh shrimp under popping corks, the crew boated 4 limits of pretty redfish and a couple bonus drum and sheepshead to fill the box with good eating fish. The gang did an awesome job landing the hard fighting redfish and worked at it to put together a great catch in spite of finicky fish. The dang reds are stuffed full of baitfish and were turning their noses up at fresh shrimp at times but we persevered and force fed them anyway! Many thanks again to Marc, Belinda, Tim, and Trudy for a fun day on the water spent with some nice folks. We look forward to doing it again in the near future!

COME SEE US DOWN HERE IN LAFITTE LOUISIANA!!!!!

WE ARE LOCATED AN EASY 30 MINUTE DRIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS!

WE HAVE 5 FULL TIME GUIDES READY TO FISH AND HAVE LODGING AVAILABLE.

OUR CHARTER PRICING STARTS AT $425.00 FOR TWO ANGLERS FOR A FULL DAY OF FISHING.

OUR LODGING IS REASONABLY PRICED AT $125.00 A NIGHT FOR FOUR GUESTS AND SLEEPS UP TO 10 AND INCLUDES ALL OF THE COMFORTS OF HOME.

WE USE QUALITY EQUIPMENT WITH NICE BAY BOATS THAT ALL INCLUDE POWER POLES. OUR RODS AND REELS AND TACKLE ARE SOME OF THE FINEST AROUND. WE USE TFO RODS AND H&H SOFT PLASTICS WITH ALL BRAIDED POWER PRO LINE.

ONLY PROFESSIONAL GUIDES AND TOP NOTCH EQUIPMENT FOR OUR CUSTOMERS.

GIVE US A CALL AT 504-689-2006 OR EMAIL US AT CAPTAINPHIL02@COX.NET TO CHECK AVAILABLE DATES.

DON’T FORGET TO CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB AT www.fishwithphil.com AND THANKS FOR READING OUR REPORTS!

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Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 7:09:00 PM

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footsmonster

terrytown, LA United States

In response to scott

First determine if it's electrical or gas.  To do this take a can of starting fluid when it kills and spray a little bit in the air intake while you are spinning it over and if it tries to crank the problem is fuel.  If it's fuel hook a small tank with a  good hose and try to run it on that.  If it runs then you have a pick up problem in the tank or screen clogged on the tube  If that is not it there are other things but try this first.  If it's elec. I would swap the relays around because one supplies power when it's running and they can get hot and open up.  After that you get into stators and controllers but this will get you started.  You are lucky that black beast is still running.

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 4:54:54 PM

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Capt Jack

st bernard, LA USA

Today Capt. Jack went out with a crew and caught 4 trout, 19 beautiful reds, and three drum in Four Horse Lake. I talked to one customer who limited out on reds today. The fish are biting like crazy so come on down and get in on the action. We have plenty live shrimp for those of you going out this weekend. If your looking to book a charter call 504-342-2368 and we also have lodging available.We are looking forward to seeing ya soon

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 3:23:10 PM

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scott

Denham Springs, LA USA

I have a 1996 115 mercury i can run for about 3-5 minutes and then the motor dies. won't start backup until about 30 minutes later.Can anybody suggest what would be going on. The water is squirting out of the hole.

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 2:35:19 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice, LA USA

KayakVeniceLa.com fishing is heating up
in Venice!  Here is some fun highlights
from last week.
CaptianBrian@KayakVeniceLa.com
(504)419-5645

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 2:05:42 PM

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Steve Bezet

Plaquemine, LA USA

Found a lot of school trout 12 to 14 inches near the Lake Chein area. The bite was good enough to leave the live minnows, snag a few on top water and finish the limit out with sparkle beetles free lined and bounced off the bottom. Plenty undersized trout and ladyfish mixed in .The tide was weak and falling in the morning, but the wind blown water thru small cuts kept everything interesting.

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 1:52:32 PM

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Chad

New Orleans, LA USA

Fished solo with live shrimp from 0630 to 1130 at Stump, Muscle and Pete's today.  Launched at BSM.  Cloudy with some wind and light rain early, clearing through out the morning.  Water high and dirty.

Slow bite, 2 slot reds, 1 mammoth black drum, 5 rat reds, 4 small trout 1 sheep head. (2 gaffs & 3 hardheads)  

Best water and slot reds were in the west end of Pete's lagoon.

Not a great trip, but home safe for 1pm with red fish for the grill tonight.

I really enjoy the marsh in November. Can't wait.  Good luck, be safe, Go Saints.

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 1:38:54 PM

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Fishing Magician Charters

Shell Beach, LA USA

ATTENTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We still have a boat available for this weekend so if you want to catch  some fish and have some fun FISHING MAGICIAN is the one. Let us bring you to catch some fish and make some memories. We book up fast so give us a call to book your trip. We also have a camp on the bayou that sleeps 25. Thanks



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

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 1:20:37 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Hopedale/Delacroix, LA USA

QUICK TRIP QUICK REPORT…..

I had the pleasure of guiding Dr. Dewitt Bateman from the Baton Rouge area. He treated his 21year old son to a trip before he was off to college at A and M. The crew opted for redfish, so we headed to the Biloxi Marsh. Fished just off Stump Lagoon and the redfish were aggressive blowing up the corks most of the morning. By 9am we had our limit of 15 redfish, 5 drum, and 3 heads. It was another great day fishing just minutes from New Orleans.

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

The books have already been opened for this coming fall season! Clients are already booking as far out as December. Come enjoy some of the most action packed fishing of the year! We’ve had a phenomenal summer thus far and expect this Fall to be right on track. BOOK YOUR OCT/NOV DATES NOW!!! Come see why we have such a repeat clientele and keep our groups coming back!

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

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OUGHT TO BE FISHING CHARTERS......it's what you "OUGHTTA" be doing!!!!
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Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 10:01:08 AM

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Capt. Christian

Slidell, LA USA

Don't forget to take advantage of our Who Dat Special.  14 months for $169 (2 Free months) Just call us locally or sign up online at www.seatow.com and enter source code: WHO to get the special.  As always new and renewing members can take advantage of the special. SEA TOW New Orleans (504) 301-4545 Westbank (504) 433-4869  
(ONLY 10 days LEFT)

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 7:46:30 AM

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luckystrike

chalmette, LA USA

Great Day in Delacroix- Caught some very pretty trout moving around in Black Lake. Boxed about thirty and headed in.Live and Opening Night were the ticket. Thanks to Capt Jack and crew for the Great Hospitality! Class act!

Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 4:09:00 AM

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FEA111

Chalmette, LA USA

 In Response to DreamweaverDave
 
 I fish BB frequently and on a few occasions have called ahead and left my name and number as well as anyone else on board as I was told they may be closing locks and every time they did call me back with more than enough time to get back thru. I know I waited longer than I should have after the call while finishing off a limit of trout by the wall.
     

Thursday, September 18, 2014 @ 10:38:28 PM

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