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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach, LA USA

FOLDGER SOLDIERS BACK IN THE HOUSE…..

I had the pleasure of fishing with plant manager Rick Boyd with Foldgers/Smuckers, again. He brought the regular crew, Big Larry the "Lip Ripper", Mike, and Henry. Stick and move around the channel and Eloi was the name of the game getting on a few good bites throughout the day to get it done. Build a box workshop……no pattern no rhyme or reason, rigs reefs rocks birds. Boxed their fish about the time it got HOT and hauled ass for the barn to get in the shade and have a fish cleaning party.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp under corks.

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

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

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

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Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 9:23:19 PM

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Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, L USA

We had a very busy day at Sweetwater Marina
on Delacroix Island.   We saw plenty of smiling
faces so that must mean the fishing was pretty
good.   Specs were biting from Lake Calabas to
as far inside as Lake Robin.  Folks reported
catching all over the place, on the inside and
outside.  On a scale of 1 -10 we would put it at a
solid 7.  So if you are looking to get in on some
action come on down, we are looking forward to
seeing you.  We will have live shrimp for
tomorrow. But if you get there after 7 you might
want to call to check on bait situation.  If you
would like to make a great fishing trip call us.  
Capt. Jack can take you during the week and we
have some great Captains who can take you on
the weekend.  So come on down to the second
launch on Delacroix Island, Sweetwater Marina,
and let Capt. Jack, Mr. Ronnie, Tony and Jessie
get you started.  They will put your boat in the
water, put you on the fish, and when you return
with an ice chest full of fish they'll clean 'em and
bag 'em for you.  And while you are here ask to
check out our lodging.  It's the best deal in
Delacrolix - sleeps 6, free launch, kitchenette,
cable, wifi. BBQ pit - all for just $159 a night.  
Just wake up and fish.  Whatever you need to
make your fishing trip a success, we probably
have it in our baitshop, including maps and
helpful tips from Mr. Ronnie and Tony.  Anything
we can do to help make your trip fun, successful
and safe - just ask.  We would love to see you at
Sweetwater Marina, the marina that loves their
customers.  And remember we are the second
launch.

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

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 6:46:34 PM

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Angie Stewart

New Orleans, LA USA

Island Marina

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

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

We are open from 5am - 5pm.

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

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

(504) 662-5741

26204 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70129

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 5:31:41 PM

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Jamie

Grand Isle, LA USA

Anyone having any luck with catching Tuna out
of Grabd Isle area.     Fished 90 miles out
yesterday.     Live and cut and artificial no luck.   
Fished all around Olympus area etc.
Looking for a lil feedback.     

Thanks.  

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 2:59:51 PM

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Calvin Duvalle

Chalmette, LA USA

I had the pleasure of chartering some
old friends yesterday. We had a blast
filling the cooler full of specks and a
few reds. The specks were caught out in
Black Bay on live shrimp. We caught the
reds sight fishing some ponds. Come
book a trip with Duvalle's Cajun
Charters and this could be you.

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 1:21:05 PM

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Capt. Frank Moore/Fish with the King

Shell Beach, LA USA

FUN FUN FUN!!!!!!! Had the pleasure of fishing with Dooney Weaver from Hydronic technology. He brought friends and clients, Andrew Barber, Cliff Mercier, and Kirk Jackson from Bernhard MCC. The guys spent the night at the lodge and we got an early start. We had a fun day catching 85 pretty speckled trout and 1 red fish. They ate campos live shrimp like popcorn. Check out the pictures and give us a call YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID!!!!!!!

The fish are biting at the beach give us a call and get on the books @ 504-881-9966.

We have deluxe overnight accommodations.. You can use them with charters or fishing on your own.

Some people tell you about all the boxes of fish they catch. We show them to you with NUMBERS & DOCK SHOTS. One picture is worth a thousand words. We have lots of pictures!!!!!!.

Before booking your next trip, check out the pictures we post every day!!!!!!!!

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GIVE US A CALL FOR PRICING AND TO BOOK YOU’RE NEXT FISHING ADVENTURE. OUR PRICE INCLUDES GAS, BAIT ICE, FISHING EQUIPMENT, AND FISH CLEANING!!!!!!!!

WE HAVE 4 BOATS WAITING TO TAKE YOU ON YOUR NEXT FISHING TRIP. WE HAVE ACCOMMODATIONS ON THE BAYOU FOR YOUR GROUPS. .

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!!

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Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 11:34:38 AM

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Dreamcatcher

Metairie, LA United States

In response to Secret Formula

Michael, thanks alot for the
compliments.  So sorry the heat got
to you yesterday and hope you are
better today.  In any event, I
really enjoyed finally making a
trip with you. Love the Secret
Formula...great boat!

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 10:38:22 AM

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Secret Formula

Algiers, LA USA

Made a trip yesterday with a long anticipated guest
on board "Dreamcatcher", in hopes of getting on a
strong beach bite.  The forecast and tide were set to
be near perfect and the weatherman got this one
right, plus I had gotten great reports from my posse
on the Island that the bite had been on fire since
Tuesday.

We left Myrtle Grove at 06:00 and made Bridgeside
in short order.  Buggie hit us up with a load of
beautiful croakers, but calls to several key contacts
who had been fishing since before daylight were all
reports of no fish east and west!

We headed west and began making sets along
Elmers'.  The water was a little stained but very
fishable.  Using the 10 minute stick and move rule
we continued making our way west seeing the water
improve the further west we went.

Finally we got on a few fish, with Cheryl even seeing
a few in the back side of the waves.  No numbers
caught to write about but Dreamcatcher caught
them ALL.

Even using the mister almost all morning, the heat
took it's toll on me and I ended up calling the trip at
noon.

It wasn't the end results I was hoping for but it was a
great day afloat, with the pleasure of meeting and
fishing with a pro angler.

Until next time,
ARRIVE ALIVE!!!

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 9:20:21 AM

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TT

br, la United States

In response to Bub

The beach at Fourchon is closed to the
public, do to continued restoration
from the oil spill.

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 8:38:22 AM

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Brian

Madisonville, LA Unknown

In response to Bub

Bub,

Me and a couple of friends went to Elmer's Island yesterday.  It is open from dusk till dawn, but the access all the way to the beach is closed off this year due to a huge restoration project. You have to park in a designated area and walk about 100yds or so to reach the water....Not bad.  

Unfortunately, the fishing was off yesterday.  They had 3 huge shrimp boats trawling up and down the beach.  The water was dirty.  Live shrimp under a popping cork seems to be what the fish want the most.  Good luck.

PS - Game Warden was driving up and down the beach.  Be precise with your fish measurements.  

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 7:20:29 AM

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Melerine's Camp Rental

Delacroix Island, LA USA

Haven't been posting much because I
have been in and out of the Hospital
the past 3 months.Just got out again
after a 12 day stay for my bowles being
locked up.Seems like my colon was
twisted and scartissue was the
problem.Well I'm out now and at
home.Things have neven stopped at My
place because of it.From what I am
hearing all have been catching fish and
plan on comming back.They is a reason
people repeat comming its the Best
Place to Stay on Delacroix Island WE do
have openings in July so call in and
get in on the Best Deal on The Island
to stay Melerine's Camp Rental.Call me
at 504-431-3061 or 504-491-9488.If
anyone is interested July 3 and 4 is
open

Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 12:38:02 AM

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Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, L USA

Overall today the fishing was really good for lots
of people who fished out of Sweetwater Marina
on Delacroix Island.  Plenty of beautiful Specs
(early limits) were seen on our fish cleaning
stations today.   Unfortunately Capt. Jack wasn't
one of them.  On his charter they caught 22
keeper Reds (and threw back 5 or 6 Bull Reds),
a beautiful 2 lb Flounder, 5 Sheephead, 4 Bass
and 2 Specs.  Doesn't sound like a bad day to
me but Capt. Jack was a bit disappointed
because they really wanted to catch some Trout.  
Everyone wants to know the hot spots for the
weekend.  Capt. Jack says the water is nice with
some of the cleanest being right on the inner
edges of Black Bay - beautiful water.  He thinks
that would be a good place to try, but there are
still a decent amount of Trout on the inside.  So
gather up some of your favorite family or friends
and make a trip down to see us at Sweetwater
Marina.  Please keep in mind that tomorrow is
Saturday and the water will be crowded.  So let's
all try to be courteous and respectful of others,
everyone is trying to do the same thing, have a
fun day on the water catching some fish.  Capt.
Jsck's Weekend tip - be courteous, stay
hydrated and put your sunscreen on before you
leave the dock.  So if you are looking to get in on
some action come on down, we are looking
forward to seeing you.  We will have live shrimp
for tomorrow.  If you would like to make a great
fishing trip call us.  Capt. Jack can take you
during the week and we have some great
Captains who can take you on the weekend.  So
come on down to the second launch on
Delacroix Island, Sweetwater Marina, and let
Capt. Jack, Mr. Ronnie, Tony and Jessie get you
started.  They will put your boat in the water, put
you on the fish, and when you return with an ice
chest full of fish they'll clean 'em and bag 'em for
you.  And while you are here ask to check out
our lodging.  It's the best deal in Delacrolix -
sleeps 6, free launch, kitchenette, cable, wifi.
BBQ pit - all for just $159 a night.  Just wake up
and fish.  Whatever you need to make your
fishing trip a success, we probably have it in our
baitshop, including maps and helpful tips from
Mr. Ronnie and Tony.  Anything we can do to
help make your trip fun, successful and safe -
just ask.  We would love to see you at
Sweetwater Marina, the marina that loves their
customers.  And remember we are the second
launch.

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

Friday, June 24, 2016 @ 7:30:12 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach, LA USA

ITALIAN STALLION STRIKES……..

I had the pleasure of fishing with John and Bart Peak, along with their friend, Antonino Maneschi, from Italy. All I can say is thank goodness Anto was on the boat. It took some training and a treble and he was in business, pulling the rest of the crew’s weight. We got on a decent bite then the fish turned tiny. Made a few moves there after, and eventually got on some nice fish on some oyster reefs in 8’ of water. The guys would catch the fish on all sides of the boat, here and there pecked their way till they finished it up. It was another great day fishing minutes outside of New Orleans.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp under corks.

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

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

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

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Friday, June 24, 2016 @ 5:27:12 PM

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Bub

Belle Chasse, LA USA

Does anybody have some recent info on
Elmer's Island?  Is the beach open on
weekdays and if so what time does it open?  
Also is a four wheel drive truck required
or needed?  What about Fourchon too?  Is
the area where the sunken barges are still
shut down to surf fisherman?  Thanks!

Friday, June 24, 2016 @ 4:25:26 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL DAY ON THE WATER WITH SOME GREAT FOLKS!

We had the pleasure to guide regular Billy Boykin and crew from Terry Services in Jackson, MS.

It was a two boat trip with Capt. Zach running the second boat.

We left out of Delta Marina in Empire early this morning with the wind calm and a rising tide.

The guys fished live shrimp under popping corks. Both boats had beautiful catches of Speckled Trout & Redfish!

CHECK OUT OUR PHOTOS!

GREAT JOB TODAY BY CAPT. ZACH & DECKHAND HEATHER!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

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Friday, June 24, 2016 @ 3:47:34 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

RodnReel.com established in the summer of 1995, the very beginning of the public Internet.

Time for change… After over 6 months of hard work by a team of great programmers and over $10,000.00 invested... we are near release.

What do you get for that, first of all admiration for RodnReel Team 1.

What a website these people built!

My hats off to Mrs. Gaynell Lane, Mr. Helmut, Ermlich, Ms. Wanda Stewart, Mr. Kirk Foster, Mr. Bill Healy, Ms. Carol Rylee, Mr. Dave Carroll, Mr. Al Rogers, Ms. Lisa Winterburn. Mr. Kenny Vincent and Mike Lane at the helm every step of the way. What a dedicated group of wonderful people.

You can’t believe the hard work and dedication of everyone over a period of 20 years.

After the hundreds of hours to create RodnReel V2, the original authors need to be congratulated to the utmost!

RodnReel.com is very thankful for all our our readers, contributors and of course advertisers.

Our readers, contributors and advertisers make it all possible!

I also want to thank Gino Kalkanoglu, my TV partner. He is the best editor in the south! This man has the best work ethic and personal integrity I have ever known. Our Sportman’s Paradise TV show was great. The problem is/was we cannot sell water to a thirsty man.

The birth of RodnReel V2 is very near… weeks, not months.

Stay tuned!

Friday, June 24, 2016 @ 2:13:43 PM

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Gibbs

Baton Rouge, LA United States

Where can you get live shrimp to fish
Lake Ponchatrain?

Friday, June 24, 2016 @ 12:33:59 PM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

Anyone have any information on how to get the Motor(Aerator) on a BAITSAVER quiet again?
The motor works fine, but starts making a lot of Noise at times.
We can shake the motor and then the Noise goes away for a while, but always returns.
Is there a fix for this other than buying a new Motor?

I was wondering if there is a place to oil or clean out somewhere besides the bottom.
Any suggestions welcomed.

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Friday, June 24, 2016 @ 11:16:00 AM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

              TEAM JO-JO

As plan to day was Big Ronnie, (aka Wildman, aka Dago) chance to be first mate aboard the Bay Flat Sr., we made the milk run, (as Big Andrew calls it) in search of the elusive Silverwonders and reds.

SIGNS:

• Late start, Oneofthepack about 4 minutes late, not a good sign at all
• Deviated from regular route (re: Hwy 11) ran I-10 (271 mph) all the way to Chalmette exit, then a fast run down Paris road.
• No wildlife sightings, moving too fast to see any
• Big Ronnie already having breakfast at Waffle House, after a quick cup of go juice and a sausage biscuit we were on our way.
• Not many boats on Hwy, gas stations, and / or boat launches
• Passed on Last Stop, Big Melanie made sandwiches for me and first mate, thanks Big Mel
• Arrived at the Bay Flat Sr. resting area, she high in slings looking fresh (washed her down on last trip to get Big Mark scent / luck off her) for today’s trip.
• Yamaha Dream Machine fired right up purred like a new born kitten, she is a real smooth running girl, reminds me of Loveofthepack, got that pace that never quits.
• Motored on to Lionel’s for some go juice, Big Ronnie had ice, snacks, sandwiches, and drinks
• Off to spot # 14, problem is I got lost AGAIN, don’t know where I was at, but managed to find North/South pipeline and ran over to Oak River & North/South pipeline area to start the day.

CONDITIONS:

• Perfect
• N.W. wind calm, then 2-4 mph, then various wind directions, but none over 4-6 mph
• Sunny & clear
• Mild, warm, hot, hottest, called it a day at 11:00 am
• Water temp????????????????
• Water level down 6” below marsh line
• Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 3 minus, clear but had that brown look
• Tide slack ALL DAY, never did move, when the wind blew it moved, when the wind stopped it stopped
• Grass on top of the water
• Plenty of bait, (minnows, mullets, shiners, shrimp, crabs) all over, all spots.
• No boats in the areas we were fishing, none

TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY:

• Have fun
• Check out milk run, verify where some fish might be, have (3) ladies, (Daughterofthepack’ S tennis players) schedule for Monday, need to locate some fish so they can have a good time, we made a couple of trips last year, guess they enjoyed it requesting a repeat.
• Get Big Ron, back on the water, he doing fine with his balancing act, still asked that he sit down, which he did do for the whole trip, tis a good sign.
• Find a spot  with the four fundamentals / criteria of catching:
1 Wind at your back
2 Moving water
3 Water clarity
4 Holding fish
• Items 2, 3, and 4 where a challenge today, item 1 was not a problem, did not have much wind. We did find a mess of Silverwonders at spot # 64, but they were babies still growing up. Me think Item 2 was the biggest problem, water never did move in/out it was just slack all day, all the way up to 11:00 AM when we called it a day.
• Cast & retrieve caught all fish
• Oak River Troll noting
• Cork nothing

LURE DU JOUR:

If crabs where the quest, Matrix Shad Lemon would be the best, crabs love the tails.

3” H&H purple beetle matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook, caught the most

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS ON THE MAP FISHED:

Spot #20,21,22,23,24,6,5,15,14,2,1,2A,17,18A,B,C,D,E(1)T, 61C, 64 (8)t, stopped fishing at 11:00 AM, reset red button, turned Bay Flat Sr. north for a quick smooth ride back to the home of the Bay Flat Sr.

On the way out the birds where diving all over the place right across from Sweetwater, one boat fishing them, but we decided to head on out, might have been a mistake.

OUR REWAARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• (9) throwback Silverwonders
• (3) Crabs
• (2) Oyster shells
• Sticks where hard to find
• (3) bushels of grass
• Saw (15) alligators, they are out and about, no fear they come right up to the boat, Big Ron had a hard time keeping his cork from them, we kept moving and they would follow us down the canal.
• Got Big Ronnie back on the water
• Spending the day with the best fisherperson I know, Big Ronnie
• Best sandwiches Oneofthepack had a in good while, nice to have something to eat when the fish are not eating, thanks Big Mel
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Me think it was the alligator, they caught more than we did for sure

SUGGESTIONS:

Don’t know why water not moving, may be best to fish evening tide, may be it will be moving faster than morning tide.

PONDER OF THE DAY:

Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy fishing gear, and that’s sort of the same thing.

Next outing Saturday crabbing trip, question is Seabrook or Delacroix?????????????????????decisions, decisions, what to do, any suggestions????????????

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 9:11:12 PM

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pat sanders

shreveport, LA USA

IN RESPONCE TO HUNTER:  i remember those
days of your post.was there and saw that
big charter boat.it's not any different
now except for all these idiot
restrictions on us.you can't tell me
fish stocks are endangered,or that
politics are not creating problems that
don't exist.if you know of a politician
or board member that is going along with
this crap,go to the polls or get in on a
class action suit to get these regs
stopped.there are just as many fish in
the gulf as there was in 1960. pat
sanders

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 9:10:07 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

ONE STOP SHOPPING IN THE BAY..…..

I had the pleasure of hosting the Marine Club Rodeo again. We thank the guys for coming back year after year. I had a great group of Captains that worked with me on the deal and more compliments than you could imagine. Capts Hook, Danny, Jonathan, Jimmy, Dane, and Jakamo pitched in and all boats kicked ass. In my boat I had Billy Rownd, Lewar Palmisano, and Richard Lofton. We fished one area off of a reef in 3 feet of water and made a couple drifts before getting on them good in the same 400 yd stretch. The crew went to work on the trout off the bat and steady pecked away boxing more limits of trout before 9 am. Look forward to the food and festivities again next year with this bunch.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp under corks.

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

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

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

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

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Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, L USA

Yesterday's fishing was spectacular down here
at Sweetwater Marina on Delacroix Island.  Capt.
Jack took his good friend Earl with Bayou
Concrete Pumping and a couple of his friends
out and they had a successful trip coming in with
125 Speckled Trout.  Today the fishing fishing
was good, not as good as yesterday, but most
folks still caught some fish.  Unfortunately Capt.
Jack's day got off to a rough start due to an
issue with the steering on his boat putting his
boat out of commission for the day.  Luckily he
was taking his buddy Jeff fishing so they jumped
on Jeff's boat and got started.  They ended the
day with 33 Trout, 9 Reds and 5 Sheepshead.  
For the weekend the weather is looking great.  
So if you are looking to get in on some action
come on down, we are looking forward to seeing
you.  We will have live shrimp for tomorrow.  If
you would like to make a great fishing trip call
us.  Capt. Jack can take you during the week
and we have some great Captains who can take
you on the weekend.  So come on down to the
second launch on Delacroix Island, Sweetwater
Marina, and let Capt. Jack, Mr. Ronnie, Tony and
Jessie get you started.  They will put your boat in
the water, put you on the fish, and when you
return with an ice chest full of fish they'll clean
'em and bag 'em for you.  And while you are
here ask to check out our lodging.  It's the best
deal in Delacrolix - sleeps 6, free launch,
kitchenette, cable, wifi. BBQ pit - all for just $159
a night.  Just wake up and fish.  Whatever you
need to make your fishing trip a success, we
probably have it in our baitshop, including maps
and helpful tips from Mr. Ronnie and Tony.  
Anything we can do to help make your trip fun,
successful and safe - just ask.  We would love to
see you at Sweetwater Marina, the marina that
loves their customers.  And remember we are
the second launch.

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

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Angie Stewart

New Orleans, LA USA

Island Marina

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

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

We are open from 5am - 5pm.

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

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

(504) 662-5741

26204 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70129

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 5:37:54 PM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans / Empire / Buras, LA USA

TWO GOOD DAYS BACK TO BACK!

Yesterday we had the pleasure to guide Leo Regan and friends.

Today we had the pleasure to guide Brad Chauvin and the TURN SERVICES crew.

Both days were lots of fun and fish.

CHECK OUT PHOTOS!

WE HAVE JUST A FEW OPEN DAYS IN AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER & NOVEMBER TO FISH WITH US!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453-1519

www.thedeltamarina.com

www.seatow.com

www.metroboating.com

www.finsfishing.com

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Capt. Gray Long

Baton Rouge, LA USA

Open boat Sunday!   Call today!

Go Long Charters
www.golongcharters.com
golongcharters@gmail.com
(225) 252-5315

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Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 4:10:52 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

DockSide TV “On Higher Tides”

DockSide TV Sequel to "Working with a west wind" This episode teaches you how to target reds on high tides.

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 4:05:15 PM

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Jim boy

Da point, LA USA

EI 33 caught my limit of trout der las week. Dis
week big crane der to take it down.  So goes
more habetat.  
Rip smi block 6
Rip Ei 74
Rip Ver 147
Rip Ver 187
Rip Ec 160
Rip Ec195
Rip Ec 220
Ec 270
Half of tiger shoals

All great spots where thousand of thousands of
fish lived and caught.  
Taken down for what?

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 2:07:58 PM

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Dave S.

Gretna, LA USA

Seabird? What happened to the rigs to
reef program!!

Or did BO say, "to hell with those people
and their guns, Bibles and fishing poles

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 1:38:20 PM

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MIke Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

I just received the phone call fromCharlie Melancon in regards to our hope of having statewide control of the snapper fishermen.

The short version of the conversation is that it all about money.

In order for manage our offshore fisheries on a state-by-state basis, it looks like we (LDWF) does not have to money accomplish this.

Mr. Melancon explained to me all the reasons that is can't be done now, its all about politics & money (my opinion).

He seemed to be to fair and honest. Most of the political stuff went over my head.

I offered my help in any way that would lead to the fair treatment of Louisiana Fishermen.

Please give him a call and see if there is any fair resolution to this unfair distribution of our abundant fisheries.

Secretary Charlie Melancon
(225) 765-2800

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 12:55:16 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

Melancon opposes move to give Louisiana authority over red snapper.

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Charlie Melancon stated Tuesday he is opposed to a push to transfer management authority of Gulf of Mexico red snapper from the federal government to the fisheries agencies of the five Gulf states. Please give him a call and let him know how you feel. (225) 765-2800

To read about this disgusting slam to anyone that wants to fish the fantastic snapper fishery off the Louisiana coast, not to mention the loss of revenue to marina operators, bait sales, tackle, ice and other related businesses.

Go to:

Read about this slap in the face

I placed my call to Charlie Melancon today and I am waiting on a return phone call.

I will report on the gist of our conversation and when it happens.

Please place you own call today. Please speak up!

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 11:47:31 AM

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seabird

metairie, LA USA

KNASH who posted below basically nailed it. To follow up on his post, Obama's Interior Dept had ordered the removal of an oil platform a day from the Gulf. I DO NOT KNOW IF THIS CONTINUES NOW. But it had been going on for a few years starting around 2012.  I read one article that said so far, of the 5,000 platforms in place, close to 800 have been taken out.  Granted some in deep water are cut off and then sunk, but the snapper/fish still lose 200' or more of structure serving as a vertical reef.  David Vitter with the help of info from Capt Al Walker and Louis Rossignol introduced a bill to stop this insanity but I don't think it got anywhere. Locally, on this issue, all legislators in B.R. were gutless unless this practice has been stopped.

So as KNASH posted, without the rigs, snapper wont be anything to fight over in a few short years.

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 11:24:58 AM

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FEA111

CHALMETTE, LA United States

RED SNAPPER LA.====The POINT missed by
ALL is that UNTIL YOU the voters get rid
of the "GOOD OLD BOY" LA legislature
NOTHING from coastal erosion to red
snapper is EVER going to change.
Remember the trailer brake tag scandal 3
years ago. Also remmber in a State where
35% election turn out is the norm the
"GOOD OLE BOYS"laugh all the way to the
BANK!!!!!

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 8:55:58 AM

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Rusty

Lafayette, LA USA

Red Snapper Management Destruction

On this forum we have had 6 comments,
with 1 being from the forum head,
Mike Lane, concerning the recent
action of our Louisiana democratic
leadership. The issue makes my blood
boil; however, does not seem to
affect many in the same manner.

All of the comments from the
gentlemen are correct !!!

Some say this is a fishing forum and
not about politics.  Well generally
so, but look at the politics
affecting the Red Snapper management.
The politics are killing the Red
Snapper industry for the recreational
fisherman and the associated economic
engine of our Louisiana business. The
same destruction is being repeated
throughout the gulf coast.

Just look at the Louisiana economic
situation and that of our country
from the past 7 1/2 years of the
liberal, socialist, democratic
leadership. Do you want 4 more years
of this ???

I was very proud of the action from
the Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries
and Louisiana Wildlife Commission
taken in the past few years,
protecting the interests of Louisiana
recreational fishermen.  Louisiana
had finally stepped up to the plate
with a loud voice staking our
positions, as well as, solutions to
the unfair federal policies.

Now, with this new administration,
Louisiana is again moving to the back
of the bus. For a few years we had
leadership in our state, combating
the disgusting federal policies.  
Today, we have politics answering to
the lobby dollars from the commercial
fishing interests. To hell with our
individual rights !!

I do not know where it will end and
at 67 years old my future is limited.  
I will never give in to the stupidity
and special interest of our career
politicians both in Washington and in
Louisiana.

Sorry for the long ranting !!
I am ready for a "real" change !!

Rusty    

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 8:37:17 AM

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Enough

Kenner, LA USA

to Mike Lane
Have you spoken with Ol Charlie re his
position.  I am sure he can put a
political spin, but he would have to
take your call.  Don Dubuq and Gary
Rispone will be addressing the issue
with him.

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 8:23:21 AM

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Bob woods

Mandeville, LA USA

I see that Island Marina is now an advertiser
here. I've been keeping my boat there for over a
year.  The marina has very courteous personnel
and is well staffed. Dave and Angie are
constantly upgrading and improving services and
facility. The grounds and facility are well
maintained and clean with plenty parking. There
are also camper hookups available. Hope to see
you there and trade fishing info.

Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 8:11:57 AM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

TEAM JO-JO

Today’s trip was a fish of a different color, Big T-Doc and Oneofthepack met up at 5:30 AM to go chase some perches aboard the Bay Flat Jr with the fly rods in hand.

SIGNS:

• Big Andrew took a ride Monday with Oneofthepack to be drug tested, need same for licenses
• Monday night spent at Surfer Rehab rest & bar, (Hwy 11) the grandkidsofthepack was singing in a karaoke outing.
• As we leaving Grand Champions, right before gate, what Crosse our path but a little bunny rabbit, WHAT a sign this is, just knew we were going to have a great day.
• Up early, Big T-Doc early loaded up the Bay Flat Jr, short ride to Big Don’s top secret fishing hole
• Hard time starting (25 hp) Yamaha Dream Machine, one of these days just going to undo turn buckles and toss her over to sleep with the fishes.
• Pull cod broke on trolling motor, now have a new task to take care of.

CONDITIONS:


• Perfect
• Calm breeze
• Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 6 minus
• Sunny & clear
• Mild, warm, hot, hotter, we stopped fishing at 9:45 AM. It was hot enough to call it a day.
• No bugs
• No rain
• No pain no gain

TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY:

• Have fun
• Practice our fly fishing technique
• Catch & Release tip
• Prep ourselves for the upcoming fly fish trip for reds, will use the Bay flat Sr to track reds down in Delacroix Island.
• Find a spot  with the four fundamentals / criteria of catching:
1 Wind at your back
2 Moving water
3 Water clarity
4 Holding fish
• Item 2 was not a concern, as we were land locked, 1 & 3 was no problem, and item 4 was easy, but fish on a hungry strike. Strike they did but not good enough to hook up.
• Fly rod 3 fish
• Cork with Big Don’s top secret bait about a foot down caught 5 fish, yes Oneofthepack was fishing with a cork, fly rod action was a little; slow for me.

LURE DE JOUR:

• Fly’s caught 3
• Black grub, 1/32 head, 2 foot under cork caught 5

AREAS / SPOTS/ NUMNERS ON THE MAP:

# ONE of Big Dons; top secret fishing hole

OUR REWARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• Got to sleep a litter alter then normal start up
• (8) fish of a different color, caught a big Goggle Eye, first in many years
• Try a new ( to me) fishing technique, fly fishing, hope to be able to keep up with the pro Big T-Doc when we go out and chase the reds
• Spending morning with the best custom rod maker, and fly fisherperson I know, in a very relaxing body water, it is such a beautiful area to see and enjoy.
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Oneofthepack redeemed himself this trip, was able to keep pace with Big T-Doc, not for breaking the trolling motor, Big T-Doc would have almost been fisherperson of the day.

SUGGESTION:

Me think we did not have enough fly selections, need to bring a array of fly’s when you go out, next time I will have a green and one back sponge fly, know the preach love them.

PONDER OF THE DAY:

If you are lonely when you fish alone, you are in bad company.

All set up to fish with Big Ronnie, (aka Wildman, aka Dago) we heading to Delacroix in search of the elusive Silverwonders & reds, stay tune, until then:

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 10:25:06 PM

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Hookiemonster

Metairie, La Unknown

In response to Angie Stewart

If I return after 5pm can I still pick up my boat and head for home ? What does a launch cost ?
TKS

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 6:15:37 PM

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Mike Lane

New Orleans, LA USA

Melancon opposes move to give Louisiana authority over red snapper.

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Charlie Melancon stated Tuesday he is opposed to a push to transfer management authority of Gulf of Mexico red snapper from the federal government to the fisheries agencies of the five Gulf states. Please give him a call and let him know how you feel. (225) 765-2800

To read about this disgusting slam to anyone that wants to fish the fantastic snapper fishery off the Louisiana coast, not to mention the loss of revenue to marina operators, bait sales, tackle, ice and other related businesses.

Go to:

Read about this slap in the face

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 5:46:34 PM

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Angie Stewart

New Orleans, LA USA

Island Marina

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

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

We are open from 5am - 5pm.

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

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

(504) 662-5741

26204 Chef Menteur Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70129

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 5:41:54 PM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach, LA USA

OUTSTANDING TWO DAYS AT THE BEACH……

I had the pleasure of fishing with one of my long time regulars Harold Anderson along with his dad and two sons. First day we had to grind it out but the next was KATY BAR THE DOOR, the fish at up like there was no tomorrow at the second stop. 200 trout two days later and the crew headed back to Georgia with a shit ton of filets and stockpile of memories from this family event. Always a good time with Harold and crews and another great day killing fish minutes outside New Orleans!!

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp under corks.

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

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

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

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

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

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 4:22:24 PM

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Knash

River Ridge, LA USA

Response to Dave S.

No need to worry about the Texas commercial snapper boats to much longer. The rigs / endangered red snapper habitat will be gone soon!

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 3:59:43 PM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA

We launched out of Joshua's Marina in Buras, Louisiana.

Signs along the way.
No boats at Frelich's getting shrimp.
Normally, this place is packed.

Flag was not blowing, because the flag was not on the Pole for some reason.

Calm winds.
We did not make the run to the Gulf, but stayed close in.
We fished Bay Drake area.
The final count was 7 reds, and 6 trout.
Hat's off to Mr. Donald for backing down our boat when leaving.
He also backed the trailer down when we were ready to call it a day.

Water was dirty in many areas, but cleared up as the day went on.

We used Creole Shrimp plastics for the trout and live cacahoes for the reds.
All in all, a great day on the water.



Also, a big shout out to Forster's Trolling Motor repair on 4th St.


I dropped off trolling motor last Monday and it was ready today.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 3:25:04 PM

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Dave S.

Gretna, LA USA

And fund mitch landrieus sanctuary
city!!!

right john bell????

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 2:16:11 PM

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Dave S.

Gretna, LA USA

Response to Rusty!

It's NOT just the Dems anymore, but they
are the worst of the two. Cut TOPS to
LOUISIANA kids who have earned it, while
we house, educate and feed millions of
ILLEGALS and implement ObamaCare!!

CUT THE PENSIONS OF ALL POLITICIANS!!
They're ALL MILLIONAIRES already!!

Also, I recently heard Texas commercial
boats were all the way over into S.
Timbalier??

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 2:12:53 PM

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Paul

Cut Off, LA USA

The resturant association is juicing
the commissioners pocket. Lets get a
truth of menu law here is Louisiana
everybody is eating black drum anyway.
Mr Melancon has just set back Red
Snapper management 6-8 yrs, not to
mention what the other gulf states must
think about us. I voted for JBE and so
did my family and thats half the
parish.  He has lost our voting block

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 12:36:00 PM

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George

Grand Chenier, LA USA

It seems that Ol' Charlie has forgotten about the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on the crane project at the White Lake Facility.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 12:11:29 PM

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Pat

Oakdale, LA USA

Charlie Melancon is full of bull. He obviously is pressured by the governor to oppose the issue. The same gov that wants to cut TOPS, but instead expand medicaid at the tax payer's expense. What the jokers need to learn is that WE are the machine that drives the system---the tax payers. There is plenty of money to fund state managment of the red snapper fishery---you get it from the already increase in fishing license fee, and you get it from the commercial fishing industry. You make them purchase a hefty state license to fish!  
The big question are: Isn't the wildlife and fisheries commission in FAVOR of state management???? They were. Here's the real kicker: WE ARE ALREADY MANAGING SNAPPER AT THE STATE LEVEL (ie, state season).   

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 7:53:36 AM

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Rusty

Lafayette, LA USA

Do you see what Louisiana gets when you
elect democrats to office to govern our
affairs !!
Kill the economy and kill our God given
rights and freedom !!!

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 7:40:50 AM

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Enough

Kenner, LA USA

Give em enough rope, they all hang
themselves.  Make certain Mr.
Melancon is NEVER elected to any
political office again.  (I know he
was appointed)  His true colors are
showing.. tax and spend, we need more
money.  LA Creel is the model that's
working and supported and funded by
you until Ol Charlie decides its
not.. His cronie Edwards.....
No LSU football, no TOPS, anything
that can hurt citizens, but nothing
to hurt politicians.. cut every
departments staff and even eliminate
entire departments.  We waste lots of
money!
How about a recall petition to get
someone willing to do what's right?

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 6:54:43 AM

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Pat

Oakdale, LA USA

Sounds like ol Charlie Melancon is the
governor's puppet. Talking about "fiscal" issues-
sounds just like John Bell Edwards. What a
traitor.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 12:18:51 AM

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Capt. Kerry Audibert-Ought To Be Fishing Charters

Shell Beach , LA USA

GOOD DAY AT THE OFFICE……

I had the pleasure of fishing with Mel Duhon and two of his buddies from St. Louis area. As luck would have it, the fish did their thing at the first stop. Trout after trout and a training wheel and Wild Bill took the cake. I think it broke Mel’s heart as he thought he had it iced. 100 decent trout later and you can call it another fantastic day fishing minutes outside of New Orleans, Louisiana.

All fish were caught with 13 Fishing Green and Black Omen Rods teamed up with FINS WINDTAMER BRAID on Campo’s Live Shrimp under corks.

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

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

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

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