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todd

ob, MS USA

quick report from  this  past weekend    day 1 went  south and  jiged  up  our  5 man  limit of  35 lb  ajs  2 alamcos  1 scamp  1  gag 10lb which was  released  we  ran  to  state water  and  got  our snapper  which ave. 8 to 10lbs     day  2  we  went west   and   jiged  up  our  ajs  got   3  scamps  in  shallow water  and   our   state water  snapper  which  were  bigger  12 to  14 lbs   we  did   get  1  KING at  10 lbs     we  had  lots  of  action in  2 days  of  jigging    the   seas  were   rough  on  day  2    4 to 6 ft   the  storm  blew  through  so  fast    got  rained  on  for  15 mins.    going   back  in   a  few   days   if weather  holds   will  report  results   then     catch ya  later    todd

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 4:02:19 PM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, LA USA

After last Monday’s cancelled trip due to high wind forecast(which actually played out as predicted) Keith, Jamie (Commercial Vehicle sales) and my self rescheduled for today,4-27. After  the Sunday news forecast, we decided the trip was on with the understanding it may be a washout or at best a short trip. Met at Byu Liberty about 6, quick how ya doins and launch and off to the trestles we went. Lakeshore dr, wind observation at wake up was NE 3, at the launch the wind was about 5-7, at the lake it was 10-15 and climein.  Made a run for the bridge and got side tracked by some gulls poundin the water just off the Carr dr. shoreline, bunch of quick cast into the mob and ,exciting but no fish . Dirty water and fast moving bait had me thinking instead of us fishin the birds they were fishin us, Dam. Off to the  west side of the bridge and started chunkin just north of 174 at 6:30 something. Water looked better but , slow start had me wonderin if the tide was moving or not, couldn’t keep the boat still long enough to see if the bait was moving to the bridge or away from it after a cast. Finally Keith ,manin the middle of the boat, broke the ice with a nice 14” trout and the specks started to litter the floor of the boat, Jamie was a little rusty on the hook set and spent a lot of time talkin to himself , but it didn’t take long and he had the specks commin over the side,(most of the time), a nice 20”speck got to the boat and the hesitation time spent tryin to decide whether to get the net or not, MR/ MRS SPECK said OH NO , grinned that grin and headed back to the bottom. All I could do with the trollin motor was slow the drift south along the bridge, when we would hit a few fish it was fish fast before we got off the bite. All had our share of catchin with quite a few doubles landed when the school was found. Finally got to the point that the trollin motor prop was out the water more than in it, and my feet took a bath. Then Jamie gets a call telling him he needed to get some trucks under cover before the bad weather hit, I didn‘t hear the response to the “I’M IN THE LAKE FISHIN “, but He got this really serious look on his face and Keith checked his phone and said, OOHHHH BOOOOOY, its at Maurepas. I can’t  remember ever leavin the fish bitten that fast before, took an angle on the waves to keep from water boarding the crew and back to the launch we went. Water temp was 73, 6-7 on 1-10 scale at 174,  2 closer to byu liberty. Wind started at 5-10 and ended at 25 and gusting,(according to the lakeshore dr. reading when I got home) mostly NNE, cloudy and cool enough to get a chill once in awhile(at least for  the old fart).  The best bait seemed to be Chartreuse, but the gunmetal SHU-SHU held it’s own.Finished the trip at 8:58am, with,
37 specks 12-17”
1 stingray, safely released to vaccum the bottom of the lake.
Lots of bottoms, that we had mostly good luck escaping with the lures.

On the road, I Ate my third of the coffee and sausage biscuits Jamie supplied MMUUUUMMM MMMMUUUMMM good , thanks.
Fun fishin with these guys and first Monday with a decent forecast we will  plan another trip.

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 3:47:09 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice, LA USA

Jess Hunter from Chicago kayak fished
with Captain Brian yesterday and can be
very proud of these two beautiful
redfish she caught!!!!

CaptainBrian@KayakVeniceLa.com
(504)419-5645

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Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 11:13:59 AM

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Capt Chad/Cajun Unlimited

Venice, LA USA

Day two and three with North Carolina group at the
end of last week. Capt Jack with part of the group
trying to get the biggest red fish and win some more
money.
Couldn't happen on day two. We got the winning fish
and da money. Day three it's was Capt Jacks group
again. There were red fish everywhere inland and out.
There was a forty eight pounder caught and released.
Drum fish and sheepshead to pile up the fillets.
Hundreds of young reds caught and released by the
inland reeds.
Non stop fishing action every trip in Venice Louisiana.
Capt Chad 504- 270-5986
www.cajununlimited.com

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 10:03:32 AM

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Marsh Rooster Jr.

Delacroix Island , LA USA

Headed down to the camp in Delacroix Saturday
around mid day. Bad weather so I fished off the
dock and caught around 20 freshwater Catfish. 3
of them around 10lbs. Went out with my
neighbor for 20 min in lake Leri and caught 1
bass and a 5ft Alligator. Talk about a fun fight! Sunday morning, the weather was beautiful.
Made a quick trip, just because I haven't been in
so long. First stop was a bayou off of Bay
Ponton, caught 5 Big Trout ( 16-20 in ), One red
(23 in ). Caught on Topwater Ba-donk-a-donk,
and White Vudu Shrimp 2ft Under a cork. Missed
one huge red on Topwater and a bunch of trout.
Felt like the Topwater was to big. Then I headed
To Bay Lafourche. Fished a Bayou on the East
Side of Bay Laforuche and caught only 1 croker.
Then moved to deep hole, that has shells on the
bottom, and caught a bunch off hardheads and
sail cats. Then moved to the islands, just a
bunch of small trout and hardheads. The big
trout are still inside you just have to find them. I
suggest fishing Bay Ponton, Branville Bay,  Lake
Pato Caballo, Lake John, and Four Horse Lake
for trout. For Reds fish Grand Lake, Little Lake,
Lake Leri, and Bay Ponton. Headed in at 10:30
had to get home.
Ended the day with
5 big trout
1 nice red
20 Freshwater Catfish
1 bass
1 croker

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 9:08:00 AM

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Capt Chad/Cajun Unlimited

Venice, LA USA

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 8:41:55 AM

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Capt. Tommy Pellegrin

Houma, LA USA

Keith, Jason Mouliere and his two boys Reese and Ryley came down for the super trout bite and they were not disappointed. Right of the bat we found some fish but they were small so we didn't stay long on the reef. Next stop was a well cribbing and it was the right one. We stayed there for a couple of hours catcing fish steady when we were alone there (more on that later) the littlest one Ryley started things off first with a nice trout and also set the president for the day, hook trout reel them in and lose them at the side of the boat. At 5 he did this on his own because we were getting the other rods ready when he started yelling. The whole day was for the kids and boy did they have a ball. It was Ryley's first fishing trip. Every one was tossing HLT Anchovies in Purple/Gold and catching but with a few short strikes I wanted every bite coming in the boat so I tried a HLT Big Eye in Purple Haze color and it was magic. Reese started catching on every cast along with Keith and Jason. Ryley was the designated reeler. With the president set early lots of the fish were hooked, reeled and lost at boat side before getting into net range. Then with the net flying around so much the handle decided to come off and we ended up with a very short net. So it went on and off bite for about 3 hours. On bite when we were alone and off bite when boaters would come by. We sat at the same spot and watched boats run all over. A boat would come to fish by us running the big motor right up to the spot and then splash an anchor. Then not catch and not see us catch and then fire up the big motor and leave. As soon as it would quiet down again the trout would start up again. We even had a black and yellow Champion come by and stop the big 350 Yamaha almost in casting distance and drift down the side of the platform casting live bait. When the drift was over the big motor was fired up again and run right over the past drift and then another drift was started. All the while the trolling motor was parked on the front of the boat unused. Another boat came up and stopped at a repectable distance but ran the big motor instead of the trolling motor to try and get closer after they saw us catching. Each time this would happen the trout would stop biting, and each time the boats left the trout would start up about 5 minutes after it was quiet again. This happened no less than 6 or 7 times. Why do good fishermen and guides catch more, because we stop about 100 yards from the spot and use the troll motor to get close, or use the wind or current to drift into a spot. I stayed at that spot and worked through all of this because I knew that the fish were there and that they wanted to bite. We ended the day with 59 trout in the box and lost about 30 or 40 at boat side letting the kids have lots of fun. About mid morning my son Capt Eric was out fishing and I told him about the HLT Big Eye working and he called back saying that they couldn't even lock the reel fast enough because the trout would bite it so fast. All of the fish were caught on tight lined plastic even though we tried live bait and popping cork randomly during the day. Also the bite would change with some liking the bait reeled fast about 2' down and some liking the bait bounced on the bottom. We were in 8' of water. I hope this report helps some people catch more fish. For your day catching more fish call Capt. Tommy Pellegrin 985-851-3304 www.customchartersllc.com   photo Jason and Reese_zpsly5wsxpk.jpg photo Jason and Ryley_zpsyk45q3rp.jpg photo Reese Trout_zpsuxviqcw4.jpg photo Keith trout_zps5xifgdy6.jpg

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 8:35:10 AM

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Capt. Louis Rossignol - Venice Guide Service

Venice, LA USA

Had a trip Thursday with a group of guys from all over the northeast.

We had a big rain storm early in the morning, but then it turned out to be a beautiful day.

BTW, the flounder was 5 pounds and the angler that caught it is getting it mounted.

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

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 6:41:31 AM

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louie

shell beach, LA USA

Made it out Sunday and found the trout
at the long rocks. I saw the post from
FJ Campo and he is spot on accurate.   
The trout are here. Pick a spot with
clean, moving water and look for bait.
No need to run all over. I caught 15
keepers on plastic and headed in early.   
Once this weather clears I will be
back. Probably try eloi if the water is
clean.

Monday, April 27, 2015 @ 6:19:25 AM

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Wanda Stewart Sales and advertising

New Orleans, LA USA







Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ 10:26:31 PM

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Steve

Covington, LA USA

Route from Lake Machias to the MRGO:
see the attached route.  Is there
enough water to make this run in the
summer months?  Any underwater issues
to worry about?

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Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ 8:32:26 PM

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Campo's Marina

Shell Beach, LA USA

Straight from the beach, beautiful limits of trout
caught in Lake Borgne, the MRGO, the Dam, the
short rock and long rong, and Bay Eloi. For more
information call FJ 504-239-6377. We got live
shrimp and we hope to see you soon.

Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ 6:22:08 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

           TEAM JO-JO

Saturday was a wash out, did managed to get the grandkidsofthepack to the Waffle House for breakfast, and to post a request to Eastofmrgo (re: fishing with tandems) ad to offer him a Sunday trip. But as luck would have it, Big Buddy was cooking fish for the family Sunday.

Got a call from Big Al he read out report and offered to go if Big Bud cold not make it. Oneofthepack had a diner date with Big Andrew & Big Woody 5:00 pm Saturday, on the way I called Big Bud to see if he could go, no says he, we talked a little fishing and then it was off to Big Andrew. On the way I called Big Al back told him 5:30 am at Waffle House for a Sunday trip, no problems says he.

SIGNS:

• Big Woody out did herself, martinis, salad, Italian bread, spaghetti, red gravy, meatballs, Italian sausages, wine, ice cream covered with strawberries and whip cream, what a diner, all topped off with a conversation down member lane of our lives, great food, great people, a combination you cannot beat when living life to the fullest, only thing missing was Loveofthepack, she in California.
• Up early 4:30 am, made dash down Hwy 11, just knew I was going to be a little late, and just as I hit I-10 & Hwy 11 phones goes off, Big Al he going to be late, no problem says I take you time I’m running a little late too.
• No boats on Hwy and/or in gas stations
• Made a stop at Waffle House for a quick in / out breakfast
• Load duo the Bay Flat Sr quickly, she was fired up to go, cranked on her first try.
• Off to Lionles for some go juice and ice.
• Off to # 18 to start our fund day on the water

CONDITIONS:

• Perfect
• W.N.W wind 1-2 mph, to calm, then 6-8 mph W.N.W
• No nats
• Partly cloudy, overcast day
• Warm to hot temps, little red button was about ready to pop out
• Water temp 76F
• Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 4 plus
• End of a falling tide, went slack, then turned around and came in
• Not many boats in the areas we were fishing

TECHNIQUE:

• Anchor up cast & retrieve, slow along the bottom, let the current move the lure, and give it a little twitch every now and then
• No corks
• Top Dog (Big Al (3) cast
• Oak River Troll did some damage
• Anchor up just off the drop off, tide falling toward you, throw up on the flat work lure down drop off, BAMSilverwonders
• WE hit a slack period, we were just sitting in the middle of Oak River, no wind, no tide, but the Bay Flat Sir was moving about .03 MPH, north / south across Oak River. We drop down to do the Oak River Troll, Big Al hooks up first one hell of a fight, Gaff top says I, so it was. I hook up nice Silverwonders, but missed it at the boat. Big Al hooks up 15” Silverwodners, then me, then, him, then me, then him, I could not believe how they were hitting with the conditions we had. We picked up 7 nice Silverwonders and 1 (Big Al) big red. We tried another drift but could not find them again.

LURE DU JOUR:

Matrix Shad Lemon Drop matched up with H&H 1/4oz round white head w/gold hook, did 85% of the catching

3” H&H chartreuse glow beetle did 10%

3” H&H purple beetle did 5%


AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS ON THE MAP FISHED:

#18 (3)T, 17c (1)t, 20 (19)t, 21,22,23 (8)t, 17, 2A (1) t, 18 (15)t stopped fishing around 1:12 pm, turned the Bay Flat Sr north for a quick smooth ride (no wind) back to the boat slip.

OUR REWARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• (47) Silverwonders (24) throw backs
• (4) Reds (2) Throw backs
• (2) Flounder
• (2) Gaff Tops
• (1) Flutterby
• (2) Bottoms
• (2) Bushels of grass
• (2) Anchors
• (1) Tree
• (3) Tangled lines
• Got to use Oneofthepack new Penn Battle  PBTL 1000 reels, they are small reels holds 120 yards of 10# test line, handled the reds, flounders, Gaff Top, and 16” Silverwonders with no problem. Bought 2 of them on sale for $59, regular $99. Going to give them one more try, if they work will see a few more coming my way soon. Reel matched up well with my Shimano CSSM60 rod.
• Spending a day (me think we both needed it) on the water with Big Al, he needs a few more lessons on the ways of fishing with lures, but have a feeling it will not take long for Big Al to master our technique.
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Big Al caught the biggest red, the second biggest Silverwonders, and the biggest Gaff Top, me think he takes the honors for today.

SUGGESTIONS:

Get an early start, catch the end of the falling tide for as long as you can, once it was over it took a while to find more bites.

PONDER FOT HE DAY:

“When Team Jo-Jo go fishing, it is not really fish they are after.  It is a philosophic meditation”

Back to work Monday, hope to be back at the Silverwonders soon, until then:

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

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Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ 6:06:06 PM

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Captain Mike Gallo

New Orleans, LA USA

A few pictures from this weeks Angling Adventures. Redfish in marsh and Speckled Trout in the Lake. Spinners & Spoons...

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Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ 3:28:08 PM

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george

slidell, LA USA

eastofmrgo
just emailed you again and this time yours bounced back.
anyway, thanks for trying to answer

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 10:42:28 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

Today the fishing and the weather were
both hit or miss down here at
Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix.  Some
folks caught ‘em, some not so much.  
The weather is supposed to beautiful
tomorrow so you should head down and
try your luck.  Unfortunately our live
shrimp delivery will not be arriving
until around 7 am, so if you are
coming early please stop on your way
down at Bait, Inc. or Gulf Outlet
Marine.  We would love to see you so
come on down to Sweetwater Marina in
Delacroix and get in on some of the
best fishing that’s left in Louisiana
and remember we are the second launch.  
Charters and lodging are available for
still available for the upcoming
months and a small deposit will hold
your date. Call the lodge for
reservations, 504-342-2368.  
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.
Looking forward to seeing you guys
here at the island.

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 6:53:47 PM

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rk mathews

destrehan, LA USA

Great fishing trip..75 trout caught by 10:00. fishing with Capt Kerry Audibert  of Ought to be fishing..first limit of the year.  We will be coming back.

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 6:00:27 PM

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rk mathews

destrehan, LA USA

Great fishing trip..75 trout caught by 10:00. fishing with Capt Kerry Audibert  of Ought to be fishing..first limit of the year.  We will be coming back.

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 6:00:22 PM

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Love2fish

Metairie, LA USA

What would you recommend as far as what line
to use for both trout and redfish. Thanks for help

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 5:26:05 PM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, la Unknown

In response to Oneofthepack

Oh Yeah, if you find yourself needin a fishin partner  for a trip to Disney world, during the week,  the Delecroix trout are just as much fun to catch and they taste just as good as the lake P trout. please call. Buddy

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 5:24:21 PM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, la Unknown

In response to Oneofthepack

Lots of time Stanley, the honey do work got cut short by the weather faster than a catchin trip at the first lightin strike. Weekend of honey doos, = multiple passes from Sue during the week. 15# mono(any bigger and the line won't go thru the itty bitty hole in the jig head). drop down a foot and double the line to make aloop and tie a knot. Hook 1/4 ox H&H round white head at each end and decorate with your favorite H&H bettle, chartrues glow and clear have worked for me, but I would think purple would coax a strike.Tie all to the pole line with a trilene knot(never got the hang of the one you use,shakes and blind) Bring a bunch, the trestle monster likes them just as much as the singles. Best try at correcting the twist is attach the beetles as straight as possible. Make the hook come out on the front side(red dot surface), in lieu of out the side as you prefer, but it aint perfect, just gotta let um hang and spin once in a while. West side, FALLIN tide, cast 10-20 feet out parrellel to the bridge and let the tide move the bait to the pilins, three twitch or slow retrieve back to the boat from there. West side incommin tide throw close to the pilins and when the bait gets to the bottom three twitch or slow retrieve back to the boat, ALWAYS keep a feel of the bait, lots of hits on the fall. Thanks for the opportunity to talk fishin while land locked, got a fish fry at nephews Sunday, thanks for the invite, AND, I know it's hard to pass a good Delacroix bite, but if you see a chance to go during the week, give me a holler , lots more fun than blowin the horn at me on your way to work,LOL. Buddy will post pic, lots easier to build them than get a good pic of one.

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 4:54:16 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, La United States

In response to eastofmrgo

        TEAM JO-JO

Eastofmrgo, Oneofthepack here was hoping you could get me in the right direction, never fished tandem rigs before, how do you rig them, how long should each line be, what type knot do you use to join them to your leader, what size weight head do you use, and how do you stop them from twisting up when fishing with it?????

Being an off day, (re: fishing) was thinking you might have some time to share with us some of your secrets of fishing your favorite 5 mile reef.

For all your efforts would like to offer you the opportunity to jump aboard the Bay Flat Sr Sunday, to give the tandem rig a try down in our Disney World known as Delacroix island please call me to discuss your terms and conditions.

Loveofthepack away, pack will play.

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

P.S.

Today’s trip got side track, trip to Waffle House with grandkidsofthepack, more fun than catching limits of mules trout.

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 2:38:10 PM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, la Unknown

In response to eastofmrgo

GEORGE, tried to answer you guestions on your email, but when I hit send it came back as failed. sorry

Buddy

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 10:59:24 AM

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John

Mandevilke, LA USA

Can anyone tell me why Cypress Cove is
charging .49 PER SHRIMP, while Venice Marina
is charging .35?  I know it's their right to charge
whatever they want, but COME ON MAN!!!!

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 10:48:12 AM

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eastofmrgo

slidell, LA USA

Met nephew and Clint at the byu Liberty launch forFridays planned fishin trip at 6:15 and started chunkin just north of MM 174 on my favorite 5 mile long reef about 6:45.Already had boats anchored and holding with the trollin moter as far as I could see north and south,(made a note “Friday is as crowded as the weekend”). couldn’t move like I love to fish, but the fish cooperated anyway, first time fishin with Clint, and  his fresh water fishin skills more than made up for his lack of salt water experience, and he was boxin specks right from the getgo. He volunteered to man the middle of the boat(horrible place for anybody to have to fish from) Nephew had the rear seat and I had the front and the trollin motor. All were slingin nice specks with the occasional double , and I noticed  a few fish bouncing off Clints back when Rod hauled them over the side, once I spotted Rod assisting Clint with the removal of a chartruse beetle from the back of his jacket, That’s when I Thought, dam, I’m missin out on a lot of the fun facing the front, started to invite Clint to the bow, but NO, my boat I get the front.LMAO. Besides nobody wants trollinmotor duty with rhe wind and waves that we delt with today,Feet got wet several tomes and the 60” shaft on the trollin motor was about a foot short most of the time.Bite stayed good till the tide stopped about 10 and we went into WAIT IT OUT MODE, got tired fightin the trollin motor so I stuck the spear in one of the cracks in the bridge ,but it kept fallin out so I broke out the anchor, got hooked to the bottom on the second try and just casted to pas the time. About that time it was like a work whistle blew and 90 precent of the armada headed for parts unknown, AAAAHHHHH room to move. Took about an hour for the tide to start commin in but when it did  the bite came back and we started south. Got burned out fightin the waves and wind and called it a day about 1.Wind was relentless, when I got home the wind gauges at ratsnest road and shell beack both had 16 gust to 20. Water looked dirty where we started but seemed to clear the farther south we went, water temp was 71-73.Started with the double beetles set up I have been catchin with but after several lost rigs to the trestle monster started with single chartrues and pink matrix on 3/8 and ¼ oz jig heads all worked.Again live bait was the choice of most of the other fisher people and most I saw were catchin. Wet ride back to Byu liberty, with 35 specks 12 to 20 “ and 1 24” red.Lookin forward to another opportunity to fish with this crew,lots of fun and catchin,(and no complaints when the boat got headed in the wrong direction because of the wind).

Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 6:30:10 AM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

A BREEZY DAY ON THE WATER AS THE TENNESSE BOYS FISH THE FINAL DAY OF THEIR TRIP!

We left out early this morning with a bit more wind than the past two days.

Staying in protected water we casted live shrimp along the grass banks and put a nice catch of Redfish, Speckled Trout and Black Drum on ice.

Big thanks to Capt. Jeff Johnson for running the second boat for us again today.

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

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Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 8:56:12 PM

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Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service

Delacroix Island, LA USA

THE TROUT ARE ON!!! The trout have finally showed
up and are on the bite.This is one of my favorite
times of the year being able to be out on the boat
and seeing the look on my customers' faces as they
fill the box with big beautiful trout.  Now is the time
to come and enjoy a day on the water and catch some
fish. If you would like to schedule a trip you can
contact Capt. Jimmy Corley by phone at (504)258-
4431, by email at cap.jimmy.corley@gmail.com. You
can check out my website at waterfowlspecialsit.com
and you can follow us on Facebook at Waterfowl
Specialist Guide Service.

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 8:51:45 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

             TEAM JO-JO

TGIF, has a whole new meaning (Thank God Its Fishing) Friday, Big Andrew and Oneofthepack spent the day Thursday riding around taken care of some personnel and business items, so at lunch we agreed to make a trip to Delacroix  today.

SIGNS:

• Big Andrew bought lunch at Mr. Ed’s oyster house, the raw oysters where excellent Thursday
• Loveofthepack left for California, marathon Big Sur out of Monterey, be back Monday, so it will be fish, fish, fish, still we drop
• Big Andrew calls me at 5:00 am, thought we to meet at 5:30 says I, yes says he, but just wanted to let you know I’m up early, so we had an early start
• No wildlife sightings along Hwy 11
• No stop at Waffle House
• Did stop at Last Stop, got us 2 ham & Swiss dress, very good sandwiches
• Bay Flat Sr in her slings, smiling from gunnel to gunnel, she almost as ready as Big Andrew to go
• Off to Lionel’s for some ice and go juice
• Off to spot # 18
• So 1 bunny rabbit along the hwy on the way home, made my day

CONDITIONS:

• Perfect
• 20-25 MPH east wind steady all day
• Cloudy overcast day
• Mild temps
• Caught tail end of a falling tide, then started to come in, came in hard all day
• Water Temp 74F
• Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 4 minus, the color had the Silverwodners with that gold look to them
• Water level up 10-12”
• Not many boats out and about

TECHNIQUE:

• Anchor up cast & retrieve, let the current move the lure along the bottom at a real slow pace, give it a twitch every now and then. The wind and tide going in same direction hard to feel the bites, what you felt was the line go tight and heavy, set the hook.
• No corks tried
• Oak River Troll, this proved to be an ideal technique, as it brought in many Silverwodners, and made fishing a lot easier then fighting the wind, the wind was our friend.

LURE DU JOUR:

• 80% caught with Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with ¼ oz. round H&H white head w/gold hook, we had another rig rigged with 3/8 oz. H&H head to help lure stay on bottom, we switched back and forth ¼ TO 3/8.
• 20% caught with 3” H&H purple beetle, matched up with 1/4oz round white H&H head w/gold hook
• When the Silverwodners would slow down we switched to purple, just kept going back and forth with colors.

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS ON THE MAP FISHED:

# 18 (12)T, 61 (9)T, 60 (14)T, 21 (1)T, 22,23 (2)T, 17, 2A (2)T, 18 (10)T, stopped fishing at 2:10, turned the Bay Flat Sr north for a quick, ROUGH ride in back to her slip.

OUR REWARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• (50) Silverwonders (27) throw backs
• (4) reds (1) throw back
• (2) flounder
• (1) Fresh water drum
• (2) Oyster shells
• (2) Bushesl of grass this not a good sign
• (2) Crab Traps
• (1) pipeline post
• (1) Extra poles
• (5) tangled lines
• Very tasty Ham & Swiss thanks to Last Stop
• Day on the water with Big Andrew, one of the almost best fisherperson I know
• We now have aboard the Bay Flat Sr, steps to get to the bow, folding chair for Big Andrew to fish out of, Port-a-potties, also found out my fishing shoes to old, FORD transporter needs a new windshield, and Bay Flat Sr still dirty. However the draft in the Bay Flat Sr was improved, Big Andrew left his BIG, BIG, BIG tackle box home, and I think we gained 2 feet of freeboard from this effort to minimize gear brought on a trip.
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPESON OF THE DAY:


It was not too tough of a call for today, Big Andrew made it easy, as he was telling me all the things wrong with the boat, truck, my clothes, my rods, I just kept deducting points from his total, he started with zero, and he caught 18, less the deducts, me thinks he owes me a spot of 10 fish for our next trip.

SUGGESTIONS:

Plan your trip, have a spot picked out that you can fish with a strong east wind and a hard incoming tide for tomorrow, and if you should find a few, milk it for whatever it will give up, running around tomorrow will not be a good strategy, find a spot and stay put.

PONDER OF THE DAY:


“Men and fish are alike....they both get into trouble when they open their mouths”


Bay Flat Sr is an open boat in the am, any fisherperson feeling lucky???????????????????

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 5:29:34 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

DockSide TV "Lake Pontchartrain Limits"

Catching limits of trout along the bridge pilings of Lake Pontchatrain in the spring of 2015'.
Lure of Choice "Pink Champagne" Matrix Shad".
http://www.MatrixShad.com http://www.DockSideLA.com

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 1:59:03 PM

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Dave Wiseman

New Iberia, LA USA

Fished Lake Fausse Point this morn, 7:30 to 12:00, water was still about 1' high, from dirty to black & no movement.  Caught 3 small bass.

It was better than staying at home.

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 1:31:14 PM

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lance

new orleans, LA USA

Planning on fishing saturday morning
if the radar isnt terrible.   there
should be a strong south west wind
which takes away my plan a which was
lake of two trees.   I was thinking
of the long rocks at the end of the
mrgo does anyone know if any trout
have shown up there?   If not i was
thinking of launching in delacroix
and fishing the southern shoreline of
lake robin to maybe bottle lagoon.  
never fished this area before but
maybe trout are holding.   i was even
thinking of trying the southshore of
the mrgo damn.   any advice is
appreciated.  i am taking a friend
who has never fished saltwater before
so wanted to show him a good time.  
thanks

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 8:35:33 AM

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Delacroix Bob

Slidell, LA USA

Finish my report - wind was 15 knots out of the
SE, water was murky.  The shrimp were large
today from Serigne's and it was amazing how
the smaller fish were able to swallow them.  

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 12:50:28 AM

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Delacroix Bob

Slidell, LA USA

Rain quit about 3 pm.  Headed out to Bay
Lafourche and starting working the windy,
choppy west shoreline with live shrimp under a
cork.  Nothing for about 15 minutes, then it was
on!  Caught reds, drum, sheepshead and trout.  
All sizes.  Kept just three reds - 25, 27 and 29
inches.  Lots of 15 - 17 inch reds thrown back.  
Some nice drum. Trout were small 11 to 13
inches - kept none.  Fished till 6 pm - tide never
stopped rising.  Fished tight to the grass
shoreline - sometimes with just a piece of dead
shrimp.  Serigne

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 12:35:47 AM

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The "Big M"

Walker, LA USA

Been a while since I posted a report. Just got back from Grande Isle. stayed at Bridgeside Monday & Tuesday. The weather was beautiful, fished both nights off the public pier. Caught a mess of white trout both nights. It was just the R&R I so very much needed. Thank You Grande Isle.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 10:50:38 PM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

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Here's a Run we did in Delacroix recently.

Watch out for Low Water..

Push Pole recommended.

SeaTow is a must in the Marsh.

Ask Captain Jack to mark up your map.

He will do it gladly.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 7:58:29 PM

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Capt. Johnny Nunez

Shell Beach, LA USA

Today was another great day on the water.
Fishing Magician Charters had the pleasure of fishing Day 2 with Bill Bob and Eddie. We also had a surprise visit from Jim Thompson, who hopped on board today to join in the fun.
We got an early start this morning. We picked up where we left off yesterday finishing the edge of the Biloxi Marsh and catching our limit of 125 speckled trout just before the rain set in.
All the fish were caught 2 ft under a popping cork using Campo's live shrimp.
Gentleman, the trout showed up so it looks like we are in for a good year of fishing.
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

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

Today at Sweetwater Marina in
Delacroix things were relatively slow
with only about 15 boats launching.  
And while everybody caught some fish,
there was a wide range with a handful
of folks doing really well and some
hauling in just a few.  All of the
charter captains who fished today did
great on Reds and Specs.  The good
news is the weather forecast for
tomorrow has taken a turn for the
better and is looking great with winds
at about 6-12 mph out of the east.  
Ideal fishing conditions for tomorrow,
we have plenty of beautiful live
shrimp, and Capt. Jack will be there
until 9 am to put you on ‘em.   We
would love to see you, so come on down
to Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix and
get in on some of the best fishing
that’s left in Louisiana and remember
we are the second launch.  
Charters and lodging are available for
still available for the upcoming
months and a small deposit will hold
your date. Call the lodge for
reservations, 504-342-2368.  
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.
Looking forward to seeing you guys
here at the island.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 5:49:12 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

GOOD CATCH FOR TN BOYS AGAIN TODAY!

Delayed by fog this morning we got a late start leaving the Delta Marina in Empire, LA at 8:00 am. As a light rain passed over the fog burned off and we set out with two boats in search of Speckled Trout and Redfish.

Fishing a couple areas we put another big catch of fish on the boats.

Big thanks to Capt. Jeff Johnson for running the second boat for us today.

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

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Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 5:45:45 PM

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john

slidell, LA USA

Does anyone have a link for realtime wind, wave and salinity for the rigolets? I did at one time but can't find it now.  Thanks

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 5:29:28 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

I love the post that seem to me a contribution between FishNetwork and Oneofthepack.

I really like the way RodnReeler's give back!

Mike Lane

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 4:53:20 PM

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Robert

Alexandria, LA USA

Anybody have a report on Big Lake ? Are the weirs open ?

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 3:20:03 PM

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Wanda Stewart

new Orleans, LA USA

In response to jfitz49 Claims are where people are applying for reimbursement to their entitled benefits (ie. disability benefits, income replacement, etc). Lawsuits usually arise from claims that are declined. Lawsuits involve lawyers and such whereas with claims, you're only dealing with the adjudicator of the claim.

RodnReel is posting this information piece for the benefit of those that may not be aware of this opportunity.

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If anyone would like to take advantage of this, please do so.

For those of you that choose not to, I respect that, but the RodnReel staff is not interested in your objection to the procedure.

If you are not interested, please refrain from posting your point of view.

All negative opinions will be deleted, just go fishing.

If you have a burning desire to talk about it, please call Mike Lane @ (504) 858-0484.

It is Mr. Lane's opinion that BP can afford to reimburse the losses that were incurred by the people of Louisiana due to BP's Gross Negligence. It has cost RodnReel 100's of thousands of dollars.

God bless and if you are not interested In filing a claim or have no losses, go fishing.

Wanda Ann Stewart
Sales Manager, RodnReel.com

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 2:13:23 PM

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Johnny Nunez

Shell Beach, LA USA

Yesterday was a beautiful day on the waters. Fishing Magician Charters had the pleasure of fishing with Bill Bob and Eddie. They stopped in for a 2-day trip and had a fantastic day. We caught 96 speckled trout yesterday afternoon 2 ft under a popping cork using Campo's live shrimp. We will be back out on the water today and will post an update once we get back in.

Remember, if you want to catch some fish and have some fun " Fishing Magician Charters" is definitely the one. Give us a call.

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Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 9:36:01 AM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

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This one is for you TeamJoJo.

Meeting Place in Chalmette, Louisiana.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 6:25:00 AM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

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Bayou Gentilly provides great access to silverwonders and reds.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 6:20:09 AM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

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Here's a copy of an Area posted by OneofthePack.<>
Delacroix offers easy access to Bayou Gentilly from Sweetwater Marina.
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Captain Jack's Launch is the Second (2nd) launch in Delacroix.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 6:16:44 AM

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Wanda Stewart Sales and advertising

New Orleans, LA USA

This is in response to Tommy Vince and Algiers.
The article placed on here on RNR concerning a
SUBSISTENCE claim. The article is intended to
help people who held a recreational fishing license in 2009 through 2010 recoup the loss associated with not being able to replenish the fish that they were unable to catch due to the oil spill. The attorney is in good standing and RodnReel doesn't get a dime for putting the ad up. If our fishermen are entitled,then they should get every damn dime they are entitled to. If you have any further questions or opinions regarding this matter, please feel free to call Mike Lane at 504-858-0484. I assure you Mike Lane is not fond of lawyers,neither am I, but even less fond of BP!

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 @ 11:20:48 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, La United States

In response to TNnewbe

             TEAM JO-JO

Check out rodnreel.com archives, we posted map along with narrative on our fishing zones 1 through 4, and our spots 1 through 7, and 18, we only have about a 100 + more spots to post.

Once we get new computer back up with our info, we will start posting remaining spots for all to review and challenge.

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 @ 10:37:16 PM

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Captain Mike Gallo

New Orleans, LA USA

ANGLING ADVENTURES, THE ART OF CATCHING

Pictures of a few trips this week. Alvin & Shelby with a big mess of trout, Lloyd Bullock and Todd with their limit of Biloxi Marsh Redfish. Good times in the Blue Wave !!!

Posted by Mike Gallo on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

TO BOOK YOUR "ANGLING ADVENTURE" PLEASE CALL, 985-781-7811.

I GUARANTEE FISH AND FUN! ON SITE ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE.

THANKS, Posted by CAPT. MIKE GALLO.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 @ 9:05:25 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

Today was another outstanding day for
fishing at Sweetwater Marina in
Delacroix.  Capt. Jack and his charter
caught 40 nice Speckled Trout and
threw back 5 big Bull Reds.  The
launch was busy today with many of our
customer’s and other charter Captains
catching limits.  We have thousands of
live shrimp for tomorrow and the
weather looks decent so there is no
reason the fishing won’t be great
again.  The weather isn’t looking too
good for the weekend (but it could
turn out to be just fine) so you
should head down tomorrow to get your
fishing in before the weather gets
nasty again.  So come on down to
Sweetwater Marina in Delacroix and get
in on some of the best fishing that’s
left in Louisiana and remember we are
the second launch.  
Charters and lodging are available for
still available for the upcoming
months and a small deposit will hold
your date. Call the lodge for
reservations, 504-342-2368.  
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.
Looking forward to seeing you guys
here at the island.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 @ 8:07:39 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

BIG CATCH WITH BEAUTIFUL WEATHER TODAY!

We had the Tennessee group on two boats today. Bill, Harry, Harold, Tom, Tom and Wayne are here to fish with us for three days again.

We left out this morning with the best weather I have seen in a long long time. It was one stop shopping as both boats loaded up on big fine Speckled Trout and Redfish along with a few Black Drum!

Big thanks to Capt. Patrick Dickinson for running second boat today!

As usual a great job by my deckhand Heather.

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

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