Happy New Year

  Happy new year to all from Dockside TV we hope 2019’ turn out to be an epic year. The weather so far this year is starting off pretty dismal. The pearl river is already sky high pumping fresh water in the lake which could hurt our spring run. On days it isn’t blowing a…

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Big Trout On Hard Baits: By Todd Masson

https://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rouge/sports/outdoors/article_c4e3556c-c40f-11e8-b26e-7b0b2819ce0e.html   Big Trout On Hard Baits: By Todd Masson Make sure to read the article above for exactly how to target big trout right now in the Pontchartrain Estuary

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“Hard Bait Time”

Well September felt more like August making us crave October cool fronts more than normal. The good news is we look like we escaped the heart of hurricane season yet again and the trout have already started their move to the west. Usually we do not start making good trout catches until October but we…

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“Transition Time”

“Transition Time” August has past and gone and usually I am thrilled do get out of that dreadful month but this year was different. This August speckled trout unexpectedly showed up in several areas and I was pleasantly shocked. I personally started my mornings out in Lake Catherine each day drifting way off the banks…

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“Another Year Fighting Fresh Water”

It’s starting to be a common trend to be fishing a fresh Lake Pontchartrain during the spring months.   Now that the MRGO is completely closed the Pontchartrain basin is a tough place to target trout during the spawning month’s.   April-Sept trout really need high salinity levels to lay their eggs and out eco system simply…

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“Track Time”

After a brutally cold, rainy and windy January we rolled right into an abnormally warm and calm February.   A lot of anglers relate the bridges in Lake Pontchartrain as an April and May place to fish but nothing is further from the truth if these certain starts align.  If water temps get over 55…

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