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eastofmrgo

slidell , LA USA

Wife and I made the slightly choppy,  ride to the Biloxi marsh Monday (10-20). Passed under the Rigolets car bridge at 5:36 and started castin in Lake Eugenie about 6:30. Bite started slow but as soon as the tide line showed itself the trout started hittin the box. Just like last week the shrimp were jumpin for their lives and we tried  to help them get away as much as we could. Soon as the bait hit the water the cork disappeared. The fish were a little bit bigger this week so fewer throwbacks made the box look better in a hurry.The bite lasted about an hour and then the shrimp and specks left us sayin,”which way did they go?“ Headed toward crooked byu with 17 trout in the ice.Tried at CB and Lake Eugenie without a bite, short run to Muscle Bay and the bite was on again. Made 3 shoreline drifts ,one of which was a request by wife,(nicer fish than my choices) and the counter showed 32. Made a couple of moves toward stump, but didn’t find the bite at any
spots in that area. Decided the last stop would be cutoff, good or bad, worked a shoreline for a few hundred feet without a bite and just about ready to call it a day and  Sue caught a nice spec and started the bite and number 50 hit the box at 1:59pm.Highlight of the day, Sue makes a nice throw to a point and after a couple of pops of the cork BAM, drag puller on, “Nice red” she says,, when it got close to the boat the red turned into a speck, after a great landing net job(if I must say so myself) a 20 “ speck is floppin around the floor, two fist bumps and a photo opp later ,back to the 12-15 inchers.Had a great catchin day with my favorite fishin partner, weather could not have been better, light ENE wind and tide moving all day(not sure weather it was fallin or comin in, looked different each area we fished, clarity 9 on 1-10 scale, water temp 68-70. Most fish caught on matrix Tiger bait and Lemon head under a poppin cork.Ended the trip with
50 specks 12-20 inches
1 white 12” max.
3 -14 “ reds ( throw backs)

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014 @ 9:41:35 AM

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Tommy J.

Sportsman Paradise, La Unknown

In response to Wayne

Nice picture.

I have heard several reports similar to yours. Seems like a No-Brainer on where to Launch in Delacroix.

I use the Second Launch on the Right, which opens up directly into Bayou Gentilly.

Sweetwater is the right name for the Marina that provides access for small boats as well as large ones to inside fishing during the fall months.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 @ 6:33:15 AM

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Tommy J.

Harvey, LA USA

Here's the latest Wind forecast for Wednesday 10:00am.

Not looking good for the home Team. Wind may be a little tough, but you may still be able to find some protected areas inside the marsh.

You gotta go to know!!!!!

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014 @ 6:23:04 AM

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foxcraft

terrytown, LA USA

To Oneofthepack.....Where did you get.
your.    notsofthepack off

Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 10:16:27 PM

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FishNetwork

Metairie, LA USA


Excerpts from article by Bob Marshall, back on October 21, 2011

I thought this article was interesting, considering it was 3 years ago, in October.

Excerpts from Bob Marshall's article and comments with Captain Jack Payne of Sweetwater Marina:

"Everything seems to be a little late this year -- the trout started showing up here a little late and, for that matter, they were still catching some outside," Payne said. "But inside fishing has been picking up every week, and this cool front will really kick things off all over the inside."

That includes spots like Four Horse Lake, Lake Fausan, Lake Batola, Lake John, Little Lake, Pointe Fienne and Oak River. Round Lake sits in that pantheon, and is worth the visit for several factor.

Small boat anglers can reach it through protected water, running down Bayou Terre aux Beoufs to Crooked Bayou and then around the southern end of Four Horse. Sitting on the southern end of those interior lakes and bays it sometimes gets less attention. The numerous bayous that empty from its shorelines make it a crossroads for currents that carry bait, and trout. Its bottom seems to be covered with oyster reefs. And, finally, Round Lake's new shape means it has plenty of "corners" to fish.

"You just look for one of those corners where the current is running past a point of the marsh," Payne said. "Put the boat against the marsh, cast out into the current, and you'll probably find trout."

Fishing it Pick a day when the wind is less than 10 mph and the tide range is over 7/10. Enter the lake at a slow speed, move about 25 yards off the shoreline and run parallel looking for those points wrapped by a current line. If you see one with signs of bait, even better. Anchor the boat about 20 yards outside that current line, cast the bait up-current and work them back with the flow. Give each spot 10 or 15 minutes before moving on to the next location. Some days you'll find the specks stacked in one location, but others they'll be spread around along all those points all the way around the lake. Don't ignore the reds. This broken shoreline is perfect for them, too.

And remember, Round Lake is a good starting point because it's surrounded by other good winter fishing water. Four Horse is on its northern side, and Pato Caballo is just to the east.

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Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 7:48:07 PM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

         TEAM JO-JO

         Sunday Trip

Saturday Big Curtis called just to see how things where gong, we did a little talking about fishing and what the action looked like, we agreed to talk next week. But after thinking about it all day Saturday, and our schedule for the up coming week, could not resist a Sunday trip. So Oneofthepack called Big Curtis back too see if he and Big May wanted to face the wind gods and make a trip early Sunday morning, yes says he.

SIGNS:

• Daughterofthepack took Loveofthepack and Oneofthepack out Saturday (early birthday present) for brunch, well talk about an unique place (The Country Club) to have brunch, (food was so/so) entertainment was just as unique as the food. All and all in was a great way to spend some one on one time with daughterofthepack.
• No wild life sightings
• Not many boats along Hwy
• Not many boats in gas stations
• Waffle House void of fisherpersons
• Met up (Waffle House) with my nephew Mike, he and other nephew (Jeremy) going out to try Bayou Bievenue area, seems the birds and the Silevrwonders have been very active at Bayou Thomas.
• Bay Flat Sr looked surprise to see us, after loading her up it was on to Lionel’s for some go juice, and dead bait.

CONDITIONS:

• Perfect
• E.N.E W. wind 15-18 steady all day long
• Sunny
• Cool to mild temps, great fishing weather
• Water temp in Lake  76F
• Tide coming in, looked like it got stronger as the day went along
• Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 2 to 3 minus, not good, best looking water was in Bay La Fauche.
• We did not get an early start, me think we missed the bites, was in first spot by 7:15 AM.
• 1.5 to 2 foot rollers in Bay La Fauche, thought we where going to tip over, we had 2 anchors out and the waves where coning from behind us, started to get sea sick did I.


TECHNIQUE:

• Game plan was to run to Bay La Fauche, as word was the area loaded with Silevrwonders feeding under the birds, this was a good choice, as the area was loaded with birds, most sitting on the water. We found 2 flocks hovering over the Silevrwonders, and managed to catch 90% of fish out of them. But the winds made it difficult for the birds to stay up, and/ or maybe the bait stop moving.
• Plan “B” was to stay out  in areas we don’t normally fish and see where we could find better looking water
• It was definitely a popping cork day, caught a few on tight line, but corks was the order of the day
• Throw out and pop the cork once or twice then reel them in
• We anchored up once but the bites stopped so we went back to moving
• Silevrwonders seem to be stacked up under the birds.
• Found (2) locations with birds, but the wind was so strong it seems the birds got tired and where just sitting on the water waiting. We did fish a couple of flocks where the birds where just sitting on the water, not much action.
• Fished in 4 to 6 feet of water all day

LURE DU JOUR:

• Matrix Shad Lemon Drop matched up with H&H ¼ oz round white head w/gold hook
• Purple H&H 3” betel matched up with H&H ¼ oz round white head w/gold hook.
• Both shared in the action equally


AREAS / SPOTS / NUMNERS ON THE MAP FISHED:

Started out at 27, then straight to Bay La Fauche, Oyster Bayou, an areas I never been in before, was surprise to see some of the Bays had some depth to them, found a lot of good looking spots that we will have to add new numbers to mapofthepacks inventory for future use and research. On the way in we fished spot #8,6,5,14,15,17, 21,22,23,24 and 2A called it a day around 1:40 pm, turned the Bay Flat Sr north for a quick, and not so bad ride across Little Lake back to the slip.

OUR REWARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• (10) Silevrwonders, 4 throw backs
• (1) White trout
• (1) Croaker
• (1) drum
• (1) extra poles
• (3) Tangled lines
• (1) bushel of grass
• Got to fish some new / and old areas looking for cleaner water, and some defined tide movement.
• Making a trip w/crew Big Curtis & Big May, Big may wanted to go to that spot where we caught a 22# plus Big Eye Carp; she said she really enjoyed eating him. Now we know how we can get ride of some of them their carp, just call Big May.
• Missed the Saints game, BIG reward was this
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.


FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

* If we included cat fish, and variety of fish, Big May would walk away with this honor. And if we counted the missed bites, (keep telling Big Curtis I’m from Missouri) Big Curtis would have taken the honors. And if Oneofthepack could have caught a few more Silevrwonders on the trip, could have been me. But the true fisherperson of the day was the Seagulls, they where all over those little delights on the surface of the water.

SUGGESTIONS:

They saying goes “Early bird gets the worm” me think this is what is needed now, you need to be in the spot just before daylight, look for the birds, and fish hard when you are on top of them.

It would also be nice if you have a trolling motor, and even nicer if it works, this way you can keep up with the bait and birds as they move down / up current.

Schedule for the week looks great, Monday work, Tuesday work, Wednesday fishing, Thursday work / fish???, and Friday fishing St Tammany HBA fishing rodeo, weight in from 3 – 4 PM (I think) stop by and see all the fish that will be weighted in it should be a real good showing of what’s biting out their right now.

See all you fisherper4son at the rodeo, until then:

Good Fishing

Team Jo-J & Oneofthepack

Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 6:43:03 PM

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Wayne

Delacroix, LA USA

Fished Delacroix Saturday with 3 boats and  6
friends. This is a trip we do quite often. Our boat
ended up with about 15 keepers and many,
many short trout. Good fun, good friends........

We launched at Sweetwater, a great bunch of
guys. They help you launch and recover your
boat and always have good advice about where
they are biting. Only problem today was that they
were out of live shrimp. No biggie, I usually fish
with artificial anyway. I had paid for my launch
already but I thought I might check down the
street at Serigne

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Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 6:30:20 PM

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todd (not a charter capt.) stephens

olive branch, MS USA

quick  report  from  this  past weekend     weather  and  seas  were  perfect    not  to hot  not  to cold  just  right      got   on   the   blackfin tuna  again   the   bite  was  not  as   hot   as  2 weeks  ago   but   i had  to   make  one  more  trip   to  make  sure      we  ended  up  with   24  blacks  and  1 yellow  in  2 days  of fishing     the  bite   was  slow   but   we  picked  at  them   all  day   1 here  1 there   we  worked  hard  and  went  through  50  hooks  on  bonita   sharks  and  blacks    chunked  around the  oil tankers  a  first  for  me   and   it  was  steady  action  all  day     around  1  pm    the   reel   screamed   400 yards  went  out   in  6  seconds   got  every one  out  of  the  way   reset  the  drag   mover  the  angler  to  the  frount  of  the  boat   and  ran  the   tuna   down    got   back   approx.  200 yards   of   line   and  went   to  work    the  tuna  went  through  all  of  us  3  times     we  fought   him  for  50  minutes   and   he  came  up  dead   at   the  dock  weight  was  153 lbs    my  biggest  on  my  boat   was  very happy with  the  way   my  season  ended       several   capts    had   big  tuna   on   thur.   my  drive  day     capt   eddie  had   a  165 yellow  capt   lee   got  a  164lb    capt  hunter  had  2   very  nice yellows  around  150 ish and  130lbs    capt   ed  had  several  yellows and  blacks   and   capt   james   had  lots  of  blackfin tuna  as  usual     these   capts   are   class   acts   and   if   you   want   to   get   on  the   tuna   it   is   on  NOW!!!!!    i know   you  want  to  hear   of   a  KING report  but  you will  have   to  wait  till  next   year   my  season  is  over    untill   wahoo season   and   i  cant  wait       catch  ya  next  year   todd(not a charter capt.) stephens    gettin jiggy!!!!

Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 5:13:09 PM

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Capt Jack

St bernard, LA USA

Today Capt. Chris went out and caught 50 trout. Capt. Nick also went out and caught reds and speckled trout. The trout were caught on the outer edges of Delacroix and the redfish were caught in the interior marsh of Delacroix. The redfish are biting everywhere.

The shrimp boat is going out tonight and we should have live bait in the morning but call before you come. We have some charters available so if your looking to go out give us a call to book your trip. We have lodging available also and a small deposit will hold your date. We have some covered boat storage spots available with water, electricity, and free boat launches with rental.

If you need help launching we have someone to help with that. ready to book?

just call 504-342-2368 and we will be happy to help. Remember we are the second Boat launch in Delacroix. Hope to see ya soon!

If you are coming down here are some hotspots, mark your map.

Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 3:05:25 PM

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CAPT MARK MUNSON JR. FIRST CAST CHARTERS

Shell Beach, LA USA

THIS IS WHAT FALL FISHING IS ALL ABOUT!!!!

    The last week and a half have been flat out
awesome!  Beautiful stable weather and pretty
water everywhere.  The fish must have noticed
because they were willing to eat at a moments
notice!  They've been gobbling up CAMPOS
SHRIMP as if it were their last meal and it was.  

    The tide has been a slow dribbly one the last
few days so we have been fishing any choke or
bottleneck spots we can find to give a little
assist.  Trout in the middle and reds on the
shore.  Biloxi marsh and the shores and drains in
lake borne have been very consistent.   If you
get into some mixed fish with smaller trout throw
a couple of old school sparkle beetles under a
cork while keeping at least one guy on shrimp.
They've been knocking the snot out of them.  
Chartreuse and clear in 2.25 inch have been the
ticket.  I know GUS's TACKLE in Slidell has a ton
of them in stock.  The lighter jig heads have
worked better lately as well.  They let the lure
float around and move more under the cork
when your pop it than the heavier ones giving
you more action.

    Now for the shameless self promotion and
pictures!  

    ZACHRY CONSTRUCTION had two groups
come down the last couple of weekends and it
was a knockout.  Some of the guys came in for
the first time and a few of them had never fished
saltwater before and some never at all.
Congratulation to big Ty on his first redfish and
the other 18 he caught that day as well.  He's a
quick learner!   These guys couldn't believe what
we have down here in southern La for fishing.

    We caught everything under the sea.  Bull
reds marsh reds puppy drum flounder
sheepshead hundreds of trout and a couple of
bass to boot.  After cleaning all of there fish up
for them we packed them up and shipped them
back them.  A few of the guys booked some trips
on their own at the lodge next month before they
left and we look forward taking them and their
families.

    I have some dates available for the end of
October as well as some in November.  This is
the most comfortable time of the year to be on
the water and the fishing is a horn of plenty.  If
you have any questions on pricing for the charter
or just the lodge itself please call me personally
at 504-234-0775.  I can send you some pictures
of the lodge  so you can see before you book.  
You won't be disappointed! If you want to bring
your own boat you can stay at the lodge and
there's space by the slips to park your boat along
with cleaning tables and electricity to carge
batteries and run knives.  A large cement parking
lot for trucks and trailers across the street and
you can GET A FREE BOAT LAUNCH AT
CAMPOS when you stay with us.

    Just give me one chance to show you why we
say ITS ALWAYS FIRST CLASS FROM THE
FIRST CAST!!  

     Thanks, Capt Mark Munson.   504-234-0775

The pictures say it all!!
    
 I'd like to give a special thanks to the captains that fish with me. You guys really do an exceptional job!!   














Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 11:49:31 AM

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Louis Rossignol - Venice Guide Service

Venice, LA USA

Northwest wind 25 mph....No Problem!!!

By 10 am. we had our 15 and then handgrabbed a cork swimming down the canal for a 16th one for the Captain.

Beautiful orange fish,

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ZZ's first ever redfish,

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Hand Grabbed

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Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 10:16:49 AM

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Ralph Leopold

Metairie, LA United States

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Shoul dhave been with Capt BRadley of FIsh COmmander guide service - he rhad several yellow fins - two over 150# - and a lots of black fins - he really knows how to find the fish!

Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 10:14:07 AM

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Louis Rossignol - Venice Guide Service

Venice, LA USA

I had the pleasure of fishing with Cole
and his dad on Saturday, and from the
get go, Cole was nailing those speckled
trout. We were fishing mostly plastic
in the beginning, and then to get on
the redfish bite, we started with dead
shrimp.

We only needed 3 more redfish, and when
one came up and bit the cork, but
passed on the shrimp, I knew we needed
another plan. I saw a bunch of finger
mullets swimming right next to the
boat, so I threw the cast net over
them, and 3 mullets later and we were
limited on reds, with a few flounders
and about 7 nice trout.

This is when they told me there was a
"Big Fish" bet with the other boat, for
$20.00 and that Cole has never landed a
Bull Red!!!

We ran for about 5 miles to my secret
Bull Red spot, the water was dirty, but
we had finger mullets, and don't you
know it, the big fish bit on Cole's
line again.

Good times guys,...

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Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 10:04:40 AM

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Louis Rossignol - Venice Guide Service

Venice, LA USA

Last Friday, the customers cancelled on
us down at the lodge, so my buddy Capt.
Frank and I went on a little killing
mission.

We had a blast.

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Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 10:00:01 AM

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Emile

New Orleans, LA USA

Captain Jody & Heather

On behalf of Brian and myself I want to THANK YOU for the trip of a life time!

It was an amazing trip, limits of trout and reds before noon and we got back to the dock cleaner than when in left.

We really enjoyed all Heather’s hard work and most of all her witty British humor and accent, she is a real asset to your team.

Both of you made a great fishing day even better by keeping us laughing!

I look forward to my next trip with “Captain Jody and Heather”!

Thanks Again,

Emile Canale

Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 8:56:05 AM

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East of East

Eden Isles, LA USA

Late report from Fri....Me and a friend
played hookey from work, dropped our
kids off at school and jumped in the
boat to go fishing. Got 100 live shrimp
at Rigolets and made 3 stops in Lake
Catherine, tried Lake Borgne, Polecat
Bend without catching anything. Finally
at about 11:30 we went to Little Lake
by the mouth of Pearl River....first
cast got a 3 LB trout, then it slowed
down so we started drifting the
shoreline and that was the ticket. We
caught 22 keepers, about 15 throwbacks,
but the catch of the day was a 15 inch
croaker...haven't seen one that big in
a long time.  We left them biting at
2:30. Beautiful day on the water and
some fish made it even better.

Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 8:29:50 AM

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brother in law

Metairie, LA USA

Fished Saturday out of Bayou Bienvenue for the first time in a long time. Fish with my St. Bernard nephew, sunrise to noon. Hits some drains and points on the east side of MRGO, a few spots in the Bayou, and the rocks at the Violet cut into Lake Borgne at the castle. Live shrimp, dead shrimp, plastic. Had the most luck under a cork, but did catch a 19' trout and a good flounder on the bottom. Total for the day, 15 keeper trout, one big flounder, one keeper drum, one keeper red, various undersize fish of all species, and 3 green trout. A little surprised at the bass. Even saw a small flight of teal.

Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 4:34:05 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

For the last 2 days Capt. Jack, Capt.
Dave and Capt. Tony have had the  
pleasure of fishing with Bob
Mcreight’s group from Houston, Texas.
They had 3 boats go out on Saturday
and 3 again on Sunday.  On Saturday
Capt. Jack’s group caught 33 Speckled
Trout and 17 Reds.  The Trout were
caught in Bay Lafourche using Matrix
Shad Shrimp Creole under a popping
cork.  The Reds were caught on the
inside using dead shrimp under a
popping cork.  Today the guys needed
to come in early so they could head
home.  Capt. Jack’s group was in by
9:15 with the limit of Reds, 2 Black
Drum, a Speckled Trout and a Bass.  
Today they fished right behind
Delacroix, very close to the Marina,
and tried to stay out of the wind.  
They used dead bait under a popping
cork.  They fishing is really turning
on down here at Sweetwater Marina in
Delacroix.  Over the next few days it
should be spectacular.
For the duck hunters – on Wednesday
Capt. Jack saw 15 Grey Ducks.  Today
he saw 6 more Grey Ducks.  They flew
right past the boat definitely in
striking range.  He also saw about 200
Blue Wing Teal today.  So it looks
like we are starting to get a little
duck action.
Charters and lodging are available for
still available for fall. Call the
lodge for reservations, 504-342-2368.
Remember, 30% deposit is required upon
booking. You will not be sorry. The
faster you call the better.  And just
a reminder – we still have gift
certificates available the fisherman
or hunter in your life.
So come visit us in Delacroix at
Sweetwater Marina where customer
service is number one.
Need help launching your boat? No
problem.
Fish cleaning when available.
Looking forward to seeing you guys
here at the island and remembers we
are the second launch. 504-342-2368.  
PS – We still have one boat shed left
for rent.  $200.00 per month and your
launches are free.

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CAPT MOORE FISH WITH THE KING

SHELL BEACH, LA USA

BREEZY AT THE BEACH!!!!!!! Day 2 for the ibberville industry group started of 15 20 out the NE. The good news the water was high and the fish bit. Capt jonothan and captain Steve helped me again today. We had a good day catching 25 reds 57 speckled trout 8 puppy drum and a few heads. Everyone could not say enough about how much fun they had and how good the fishing and thec food was. Capt jakamo also fished with us today he got in a good trout bite catching 75 speckled trout. He called me over and we put some trout in the boat. Thanks jakamo It's really good to fish with a great bunch of fisherman that fish as a team. We have some openings and the fish are biting. Give usa call YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID !!!!!! >

Our lodge which is just steps from the boat features 2200 square feet of deluxe accommodations with a full kitchen four bed rooms, and two living rooms with flat screen plasma TV’s with over 100 channels. . Fish out of our boats or yours.

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

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

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Don's Outdoor Debacles

Metairie, LA USA

So far I'm still a way better cook and
farmer than fisherman, but I am working
on it.

Fish well fisher-persons.

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Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 2:15:14 PM

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Secret Formula

Algiers, La United States

In response to tigres

If you wear it once or twice you don't even know you
have to on.  I wear mine from the moment I step in
the boat until I have it back on the trailer.  ARRIVE
ALIVE!!!

Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 12:49:27 PM

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Always Lost

Marrero, LA USA

Fished hopedale Saturday. Fished Hopedale Lagoon,Crooket Bayou, Lake Robin, Oyster Bayou, and duck ponds.
14 Trout 1 Black Drum. Many 11 inch Trout.Great Day on the water and cuught a few fish as a bonus.

Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 11:57:57 AM

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tigres

Abita Springs, LA USA

Hey Pack I use a Inflatable Belt  real easy on you in summer ( don't even know  its there)  I don't believe I could handle a vest all day

Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 11:33:58 AM

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Capt. Jody Donewar

New Orleans, Empire, Buras, LA USA

WOW! WHAT A WEEK OF GREAT FISHING WE HAVE HAD

The weather has been absolutely beautiful with fish catching off the charts for us.

Our clients have been loading the boat with Speckled Trout, Redfish, Puppy Drum and Flounder.

CHECK OUT OUR PHOTOS!

WE HAVE A FEW DAYS STILL AVAILABLE IN NOVEMBER!

Capt. Jody Donewar

504-453- 1519

CaptainJodyDonewar.com

www.seatow.c om

Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 11:13:49 AM

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John Castelluccio, Jr.

WAS New Orlenas, THEN Chalmette and Now Metairie, LA United States

In response to Oneofthepack

Stanley Oneofthepack...check your e-mail
re"  Life Vests.  Detailed info---John
Castelluccio,Jr.

Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 10:24:07 AM

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Special K

Kenner, LA USA

Nothing like taking family on their first Louisiana fishing trip. My nephew Ron Romano and his son Dalton came in for the weekend and enjoyed a beautiful day down in Dularge chasing trout and redfish. Dalton had a ball muscling this nice red to the boat. Notice the smile on his face.

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Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 10:07:17 AM

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robert gossen

rayne, LA USA

Found the shrimp boats in WD Field
along with every other boat. Only saw
one small blackfin caught.  Took the
boys and wore them out on kings. Caught
them every which way you wanted.
Finished with some 10 mile snapper.

Sunday, October 19, 2014 @ 9:18:11 AM

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Cast and Blast Charters-Captain Chris Pike

Delacroix, LA USA

Duck season is less than a month away and the books are open! I can't wait for this season, it looks to hopefully be an outstanding season for us down here in Delacroix and NOW is the time to book! We have been building blinds this week as I have a ton to build and our property is still looking incredible. We have a huge number of ducks this year on the breeding reports and with a cold winter ahead of us, Delacroix will be outstanding. We have a 60 day season this year and we will have plenty of room to accomodate you and your family or friends. I can accomodate up to 20 hunters with lodging and great meals available as a package as well. We work day in and day out to ensure our clients the best and most productive hunts and fishing trips possible. We offer "Cast and Blast" combos, but you absolutely can book a hunt exclusively. Ive had a few calls lately from clients that were under the impression that they had to book a "Cast and Blast" so I just wanted to clear that up. Also, we do quite a few evening hunts later in the season as they can definitely be more productive than the mornings when the weather is right so please keep that in mind. I am looking very forward to this season and I would love to have y'all down for some of the finest duck hunting and inshore fishing the south has to offer!

Quick Fishing report:
I had the pleasure of Sean, Mike, and Terry today for a morning of trout fishing and thats just what we did. We ran to the outer edges and started drifting tide lines throwing plastics double rigged under a popping cork. The first 45 minutes of fishing was every cast non-stop action. We did weed through some throwbacks and some white trout but definitely wasn't as many throwbacks as earlier in the week. We picked up 29 on the first drift and another 40 white trout, which we left biting to get back on the specks. I moved to another major point close to the river with a big current line and immediately started picking up all keeper specks, we boated 8 or so and they stopped. I decided to power pole down and switch to the live crickets and it was on! We finished up our 3 man limit on anchor with 9 out of 10 being keepers. It was a absolute beautiful day in Delacroix and I can't wait to do it all over in the morning! The fishing is HOT guys so get down here ASAP before the hard cold fronts start pushing through!

Whether you'd like to book a duck hunt, a fishing trip, or a "Cast and BLast", please check out my website at www.LaSaltwaterFishing.com and CALL NOW at 504-427-4973

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 10:01:46 PM

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Captain Brian Sherman

Venice, LA USA

Took the Skeeter out on an inshore
charter today, nice trout and lots of
Bulls!!!

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Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 9:13:02 PM

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CAPT MOORE FISH WITH THE KING

SHELL BEACH, LA USA

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FUN FUN FUN !!!!!!!! Iberville insulation invades the beach. They know how to do it right. They brought in the chief that fixed 2 outstanding meals. Fresh trout 1 night puppy drum the other with all the fixings. We had a group of 10 for 2 days of fishing and eating. In my boat were Danny Mitch Steve aka Fly. Capt Steve fished with rob Chris and Tim. Capt jonothan fished with joe David and Craig. All 3 boats had good a day catching a total of 210 speckled trout 6 reds along with heads and puppy drum. Check out the pictures and give us a call YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID !!!!!!

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!!!!!!.

WHY WOULD YOU DO ANYTHING BUT FISH WITH THE KING!!!!!!! .

ONE CALL THATS ALL!!!! WE WILL DO THE REST !!!!!!

GIVE US A CALL FOR PRICING AND TO BOOK YOURE 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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Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service

Delacroix Island, LA USA

Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service is now scheduling
hunts for the 2014- 2015  duck season. We are
excited to see what this year has in store for us, with
the marsh lands healthy and plenty of Hydrilla and
Widgeon grass, its sure to be a great year. Make sure
to come experience some of the finest duck hunting
Southeast Louisiana has to offer with St. Bernards
own Capt. Jimmy Corley.

The evening before each hunt we scout out all
properties in search of the best place to hunt that
holds the most birds to insure for a great time and
hunt.

All hunts are done from Gator Trax boats with pop up
blinds so you won't get cold,wet or muddy, and we
also have stationary blinds for when the birds get
educated late in the season. Also we have the camp
available with an option of some of Louisiana's finest
cajun cooking. The camp sleeps six people and has a
big walk around porch so you can relax and enjoy the
view of our pristine marsh lands.

Or if you would like to do some fall fishing now is
the time to do so. With the trouts moving inshore and
the abundance reds in the marsh, October makes for
a phenomenal month to fish.

The dates or set for November 15 through December
7 and December 20 through January 25 If you would
like to schedule a hunt or fishing trip, you can
contact Capt. Jimmy Corley by phone at (504)258-
4431,or by email at cap.jimmy.corley@gmail.com.
Also feel free to check out our web site
waterfowlspecialist.com

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 4:34:23 PM

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Andy

Madisonville, LO USA

To Mike Lane and Capt Jack:
You guys are fantastic!  Great video
showing where to go and the specific
spots to try--soooo helpful to guys
like me who can only get down there 3
or 4 times a year. Thanks to both of
you truly good guys.

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 12:39:36 PM

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Tommy J

Harvey, LA USA

I was using my Okuma Trios 40s reel yesterday.
After catching several trout, my reel felt like it was freezing up.
It got hard to reel.
The reel is relatively new.
Anyone else have a similar problem with the OKUMA Trios?
I may have to switch to a different reel.

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 10:52:39 AM

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Bikernurse

Slidell, LA USA

Hope to take advantage of the beutiful weather and go to Venice Saturday. Looking to hit some rigs and then bull reds on the way in. Would love specific advise on locations, I will most likely go out of South Pass, I have heard of the "mud lumps" but do not know the location. All advise will be appreicated. Thanks

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 10:38:42 AM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

          TEAM JO-JO

When nats about, try this suggestion,  “natsofthepack off” it works for me.

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 9:55:28 AM

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Hookiemonster

Metairei, La Unknown

In response to Oneofthepack

Bass Pro Shops has a good selection,good prices. They are a ways away from us, however if you find yourself near Baton Rouge go for it! Definitely try them on for fit and comfort. My understanding is that they are only considered to be "USCG approved" if you are wearing them,unlike the other types which can be stored away or draped over a seatback.They are pricey but what isn't these days!

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 9:45:05 AM

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Pat Fitzpatrick

Slidell, LA USA

Another Friday trip......today Haibo and Jerry joined me at Chef Pass. Tide movement (falling) was in the afternoon, so we launched at 10AM. Caught the end of the incoming tide at Chef Pass, just 1 trout. There was no wind, so I did something I love to do but usually can't....run to Proctor's Point.

We first fished the east side at an area which usually has current. We arrived and in the clear water could see a few reds under schools of mullet. Perfect! Got two reds but the piggy perch were like piranha's destroying our bait. Put a Lemondrop lure on and got 1 more red and a drum. Then it quit. Drifted further down, just one trout but a nice one....ah, World Series trout time. Hoped to find more later.

With the water still up (but falling) tried the ponds and bayous for an hour, just one more more trout, water was getting too low; a little sightfishing showed no visible reds, water getting too low.

Decided to get back on the Lake Borgne shoreline, west side. Fished the mouth of a cut with a current. Slow stick and drift. The corks started going down....World Series trout mixed with drum! Fun stuff. Finished with around 30 nice trout, 6 drum, 3 reds that filled up the ice chest. Fishing deep under a cork with live shrimp worked best.

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Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 9:43:08 AM

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Tommy J

Harvey, LA Unknown

In response to Oneofthepack


Information on Inflatable Vests
Probably best to go to West Marine or store close to you to try them on to see the actual fit.


Hope this helps.

Click Here for basspro shop reviews and info

Click Here for West Marine info on inflatables.

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 9:34:08 AM

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Oneofthepack

Slidell, LA USA

         TEAM JO-JO

        Thursday Trip

Today’s trip was that of a different Capt, and that of a different Bay Boat, for today we fished with Big Buddy (aka Eastofmrgo) aboard his 21 foot Nautilus matched up with Mercury 150 hp 4 stroke, and we traveled to lands of which Oneofthepack has never been exposed to before, far to the north / east of our Disney World known as Delacroix Island.

SIGNS:

• Big Andrew cancelled out on our trip to Delacroix, though it would be too windy.
• Big Buddy calls you ready says he, yes says I
• Early start 5:00 am
• Launch at Rigolets on west side of bridge, real nice launch
• 35 minute ride across a choppy Lake Borne
• Oneofthepack was out of his comfort zone, (aka I was a scardy cat) don’t like running in the dark, across open water, and especially when I don’t know the area. The years have  once removed my sprit for adventures such as this, but all was well, and I knew we had a season Capt on board who has made this run many times before.
• Nats where out, this meant the Silevrwonders should be biting too
• This to be a strictly lure trip, no dead and/or live bait allowed

CONDITIONS:

• Perfect
• N.W. wind 6-8 on the way out 1 foot chop, wind calm down to dead calm, then back at S.S.W 10-12 mph
• Sunny
• Cool to mild temps, glad I had extra shirt
• Water temp in Lake Borgne 71F
• Water temp in marsh 66F
• The air temp in Lake Borgne was 3 to 4 degs higher then the air temp in the marsh
• Tide coming in, stopped and then started to fall, took awhile to fall
• Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 6 to 7, best looking water I’ve seen in a long time, would love to have this at Delacroix.
• Early morning bites, bait were all over the water, had little ripple on the water but you could clearly see the bait.
• If you saw a shrimp jump throw in that direction and hold on


TECHNIQUE:

• Trolling motor troll  along shoreline, keep boat out about a cast distance  from shoreline, fish both sides of the boat, once you get the hit, both fish the same side
• It was definitely a popping cork day, caught a few on tight line, but corks was the order of the day
• Throw out and pop the cork once or twice then reel them in
• We also would throw the cork out, pop once, then reel in reel slow, this seem to work when the bites slowed down.
• We anchored up once but the bites stopped so we went back to moving
• Silevrwonders seem to be stacked up at the mouth of bayous / cuts as it entered a bay.
• Fished in 3 to 4 feet of water all day

LURE DU JOUR:

• Matrix Shad Lemon Drop matched up with H&H ¼ oz round white head w/gold hook
• Same as above, but matched up with a hook that you embed the head into the lure, it has a spring / wire that holds the bait on, Big Buddy was using this type
• Purple H&H 3” betel matched up with H&H ¼ oz round white head w/gold hook, put a few in the boat.


AREAS / SPOTS / NUMNERS ON THE MAP FISHED:

• Areas across Lake Borgne, I could not tell you where we were at, all I asked Big Buddy to do was not to die on me because I would never find my way back out the Biloxi Marsh. Now I know how other fisherpersons feel when they go with Oneofthepack out of Delacroix, so many cuts, pass, turns, you can get lost fast.
• Big Buddy had the GPS on  when we where crossing lake Borgne, but once we hit the marsh the real GPS, (Big Buds brain / mind) came on to guide us through the maze of lakes, canals, bayous, cuts, and channels through out the marsh.

OOUR REWARD:

• Lived to fish another day
• (102) Silevrwonders, 57 throw backs
• (4) White trout
• (1) drum
• (3) extra poles
• (2) Tangled lines
• (1/2) bushel of grass
• Got to fish a new area for Oneofthepack
• Spending the day on the water with one of the best cork fisherperson I know and he aren’t to bad tight lining either.
• Gave up a work day to go fishing, tough call
• Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.


FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

• Being the best cork fisherperson I know, and that we fished corks all day, one would think it would be Big Buddy, BUT!!!!!!!!!!!!! Big Eastofmrgo took the honors today.


SUGGESTIONS:


Oneofthepack thinking of buying a life jacket (one that inflates by itself) running in the dark, open water, me think it would be a good idea, any of you fisherperson have any suggestions on the type to buy. I weigh in at 280 #  so it would have to be a big life jacket.

Off the water Saturday, Daughterofthepack and family are taking Loveofthepack and Oneofthepack out for a lunch for birthdaysofthepacks.

Hope to see all you fisherperson out and about Sunday, until then:

Good Fishing

Team Jo-J & Oneofthepack

P.S.

Many thanks to Eastofmrgo for letting me join him on a great trip to new areas for fishing. we need to get you abroad the Bay Flat Sr for run to our Disney World known as Delacroix Island soooooooooooon!!!!!!!

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 6:18:07 AM

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Tommy J

Harvey, LA USA

My neighbor's boat was out last Monday and again last Wednesday.

I ask what's up neighbor.
Neighbor shows pictures of trout slay on both days.

So I tell fishing buddy, Fish On.
Let's Go.

Well, we missed the 1st Ferry Boat for 5:00am, no problem.
Next Ferry comes along 5:15

Fog getting thick and patchy.

Not fun trip to boat launch.

Many boats at boat launch.

Some boats waiting for Fog to lift, others say I am not waiting.

We launch.
We go very Slow down canal.

Sun slowly starting to rise and gradually burning off the Fog.

The birds are working, so we aim in their direction.

Fish On.

We caught White Trout and Specks.

All Fish Caught under a Popping cork with Green Plastics.

Nice beautiful day on the water.
No winds, a few knats.

A good time was had by all.

Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 9:23:34 PM

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Don's Outdoor Debacles

Metairie, LA USA

Fished Lake Ameda area with my neighbor
Ray.  Ray works so much he rarely gets
to take his boat out.  Fished spots on
the way in and on the way out, moving
frequently between points.  No moving
water, we sure were looking for it,
tide was non-existent.  Fished with
live shrimp under cork, where you
landed you stayed.  Got out just as the
heat hit.

What hit the boat:

1 nice red
(2 throwback reds)
2 specks
(4 throwback specks)
- and lots of grass.

Got to know my neighbor better and
spent a beautiful day on the water.
Grilled redfish is on the menu for
Saturday. Can't wait to go again.

Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 7:07:17 PM

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Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service

Delacroix Island, LA USA

Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service is now scheduling
hunts for the 2014- 2015  duck season. We are
excited to see what this year has in store for us, with
the marsh lands healthy and plenty of Hydrilla and
Widgeon grass, its sure to be a great year. Make sure
to come experience some of the finest duck hunting
Southeast Louisiana has to offer with St. Bernards
own Capt. Jimmy Corley.

The evening before each hunt we scout out all
properties in search of the best place to hunt that
holds the most birds to insure for a great time and
hunt.

All hunts are done from Gator Trax boats with pop up
blinds so you won't get cold,wet or muddy, and we
also have stationary blinds for when the birds get
educated late in the season. Also we have the camp
available with an option of some of Louisiana's finest
cajun cooking. The camp sleeps six people and has a
big walk around porch so you can relax and enjoy the
view of our pristine marsh lands.

Or if you would like to do some fall fishing now is
the time to do so. With the trouts moving inshore and
the abundance reds in the marsh, October makes for
a phenomenal month to fish.

The dates or set for November 15 through December
7 and December 20 through January 25 If you would
like to schedule a hunt or fishing trip, you can
contact Capt. Jimmy Corley by phone at (504)258-
4431,or by email at cap.jimmy.corley@gmail.com.
Also feel free to check out our web site
waterfowlspecialist.com

Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 5:52:22 PM

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Marsh Monster

Mamdeville, LA USA

To Sweetwater marina

      You guys not only run a great operation
down there but also keep everybody updated on
where your catching the fish, it's those kind of
things that cause me to launch at sweetwater
when I fish delacroix. Monster out………

Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 5:38:32 PM

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CAPT MOORE FISH WITH THE KING

SHELL BEACH, LA USA

FUN DAY AT THE BEACH !!!!!!! Had the pleasure of fishing today with a good group of guys from Atlanta Georgia Captain Steve and first mate Logan help me with the group .. Burt Neil Troy Chris Herron and josh Had a beautiful day of fishing and southeast Louisiana between the two boats the groups limited out on speckled trout we had a total of 191 speckled trout for rads two heads and a few puppies. Guys couldn't say nothing about how much fun they had Anna coming back next year. >

Our lodge which is just steps from the boat features 2200 square feet of deluxe accommodations with a full kitchen four bed rooms, and two living rooms with flat screen plasma TV’s with over 100 channels. . Fish out of our boats or yours.

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

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

E-mail: fishwiththeking@att.net

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Capt Jack

St bernard, LA USA

Yesterday Capt.Jack went out with his neighbor. They caught 40 big trout in Black Bay. Fishing by the wreck is probably even better Capt. Jack didn't get a chance to go there. The water is Beautiful by the Compressor Rig. There is lots of trout in Dead Duck Pass, Lake Campo and Bay Lafourche. People caught Fish all over. There is a good amount of trout mostly keepers very few throw backs in the interior marsh of Delacroix by Pointe Fienne. If your looking to make a charter trip give us a call. We have lodging available also 504-342-2368. The shrimp boat is going out tonight so hopefully we will have live bait tomorrow. Give us a call in the morning to make sure. Remember we are the second Boat Launch in Delacroix. Hope to see ya soon

Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 4:21:43 PM

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bayouboy

Belle Chasse, LA USA

Need some Help!!!

Looking to install LED lighting in the interior of my bay boat is there anyone located on the East/Westbank that does this.

Thanks in advance!!!

www.seatow.com

Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 9:38:14 AM

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Mike Lane - RodnReel.com

New Orleans, LA USA

OK here is my report about my first fishing trip in my new used boat.

Wanda and I went down to Sweetwater on Wednesday night and got a good nights sleep in one of Captain Jack's beautiful rooms. Very comfortable, clean, satellite TV and well furnished. These rooms are first class. The will sleep up to six people.

We went down to Jack's "office" and he did for us the same thing will do for anyone that needs a leg up getting started fishing Delacroix in the season. He marked up our map (Stand Mapping #302 Delacroix Island) and showed us the routes to take to get to each spot.

Below is the video I shot so you can take the class that we did. Be sure to watch it full screen and in high def.

We didn't have a gps so we used the laminated map. Found each sport with no problem.

On our initial ride east on Bayou Terre aux Boeufs we encountered a nice couple that had engine trouble.

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Wanda and I towed them back to the launch. Cost us an hour but we couldn't leave them paddling their boat back to the launch. We left your bait bucket with Jack, he said he would put it on the shelf for you. Tip Join Seatow and be safe.

The good news, they gave us their live shrimp and their bait bucket. Many thanks for the shrimp.

Now for the bad news - NO TIDE when we got out there. NO TIDE all day. Didn't catch a trout or red only two catfish. Did not see another boat catch a fish. we stayed ti 1:30 awaiting the falling tide of .97 feet (falling) all day. NO TIDE!

 
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The weather was beautiful and we enjoyed our maiden "voyage".

Jack promised (sort of) the next time would be bigger and better. Almost has to be. :)

God bless and enjoy our wonderful fishing till the diversions kill it all.

Jack, thanks for all the help. His marina is a fisherman friendly marina. Launch at Sweetwater when fishing in Delacroix.

Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 8:00:30 AM

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Capt. Phil Robichaux's Fishing Charters

Lafitte, LA USA

GOOD TIMES ARE STILL ROLLING DOWN IN LAFITTE!

Even with the front passing earlier this week, the fishing has remained pretty good. Here's a quick report from the past few days.

Evan Ours Trip (10/11)

On Saturday, I had Evan Ours and his crew out for a fun filled day. We started early looking for speckled trout and got on a pretty good bite. We boated 100 pretty trout then added 3 reds to go with them. All of our fish today were caught on Ghost Minnows 2ft under a cork.

Jeff and Walt (10/12)

On Sunday, I had regulars Jeff and Walt with me to sight fish some hungry Lafitte redfish. We quickly boated 15 reds working some shallow ponds deep in the marsh. Once the wind picked up, we moved out of the shallow stuff to look for some bigger reds. As a team, we went 6 for 9 on bulls and caught 14 nice trout to add to our catch. Slot reds were biting on spinnerbaits and bulls were caught on gulp under a cork.

Sam, Mike, Bryce and Trevor (10/13 & 10/14)

I had a fun bunch of guys fish with me on Monday and Tuesday. We had to battle some tough conditions, with 20+mph winds and crazy water levels. We had to work hard on Monday for our 14 reds, but we made up for it on Tuesday, boating our 25 redfish limit by 11AM and getting everyone to the airport in time to fly back home to Texas. All of our reds were caught on fresh shrimp under a cork.

New Bath Crew (10/15)

Yesterday, I had Adam, Larry, Mark and Alex from New Bath with me. It was more of a relaxed day as the guys wanted to get out, catch a few fish, talk a little business and have some fun. We started out early catching a bunch of nice speckled trout. After about 50 fish, the we decided to give the redfish a shot. After a quick move into the marsh, we were pummeled by rat reds at just about every stop. We managed 4 keepers and headed in early to grab lunch. All of our trout were caught on Ghost Minnows under a cork. The redfish wanted fresh shrimp.

Ryan and Leslie Becker (10/16)

Today, I had Ryan and Leslie Becker on board. They were celebrating their wedding anniversary. We started out early looking for redfish. This proved fruitless with no wind and no tidal movement. We quickly changed plans and went in search of speckled trout. We got on a decent bite at our first stop, but it quickly slowed as the sun got higher in the day. Since my guys had their hearts still set on reds, I made a move to see if we could find a few in more open water. We catch 2 big fish at our first stop, but an errant throw on the opposite side of the boat showed us where the rest of our trout were hiding. We quickly put the rest of our 75 trout limit in the boat and made it back to Seaway Marina for lunch. All of our fish today were caught on Ghost Minnows under a cork.

We still have Oct 20th, 21st and 27th open. Give us a call and come pass a good time with us in Lafitte!

WE HAVE 5 FULL TIME, HARD WORKING GUIDES AT YOUR SERVICE!

GIVE US A CALL AT 504-689-2006 OR SHOOT US AN EMAIL AT captainphil02@cox.net. WE HAVE NICE, CLEAN LODGING AVAILABLE AT A REASONABLE PRICE. OUR CHARTER PRICES HAVE REMAINED THE SAME FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS AND ARE AFFORDABLE AS WELL.

WE ARE ALSO HAPPY TO ARRANGE A MEAL FOR YOU AT JAN’S CAJUN RESTAURANT, CONSISTING OF YOUR CATCH FRESHLY SAUTEED OR FRIED AND GUMBO OR WHATEVER ELSE ON THE MENU TEMPS YOU. TRULY A MEAL AND AN EXPERIENCE YOU WONT SOON FORGET!

CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK AT CAPT. PHIL ROBICHAUX’S FISHING CHARTERS ON FACEBOOK

SEE YA’LL ON THE WATER!

Capt. Lane

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Thursday, October 16, 2014 @ 9:29:31 PM

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Tommy J

Harvey, LA USA

I needed my rod tip repaired.
I called Barataria Bait and Tackle and they said no problem.
As I was leaving the rod to be repaired, the guys were saying that the Trout have arrived in the PEN.
Not numerous but nice trout have been caught.
 14 - 16 Inch trout.

Fall Fishing is upon us.
Fishermen man your boats.

Thursday, October 16, 2014 @ 8:51:02 PM

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Legend

Kenner, LA USA

Easy trip to the Chef. Wanted to go to Delacroix, but couldn't find a crew.
Fished the marsh, water clear, no wind, incoming tide.
17 specs, 2 reds, 10 throw back specs.
one gar(go figure)
Love being retired and on the water any given day.
Love the new South Shore Launch, N.O. side of Chef bridge.
Legend

Thursday, October 16, 2014 @ 8:19:21 PM

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Captain Jack, Sweetwater Marina

Delacroix, LA USA

We want to clarify that we really have
no idea who vandalized the boat and at
this point really don't care. That's
between that person, God and hopefully
Karma someday. Capt. Jack is only
focused on getting the shrimp situation
rectified to make trips to Sweetwater
more convenient for his customers. Soon
in addition to getting his boat up and
running he will also have another
shrimper delivering live shrimp.

Thursday, October 16, 2014 @ 7:37:58 PM

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