With the abnormal warm temperatures for this winter the typical spring patterns for the lake have started early this year. The size of the trout has been really nice up to 24″ so far. Also the Big Blue Catfish seem to be everywhere. We have been boating atleast one freshwater cat every trip. Typical trip…Details
With the recent record warm temps for the end of January its like the fish have been confused as trout and red fishing has been inconstant. Water temps for the end of January have spiked into the high 60’s. I personally have never seen water temps reach that high during the peak of the winter. …Details
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Happy New Year to all!!! With winter in full force now and water temps about bottomed out, don’t be afraid to keep up the chase. The reds will go crazy on low water days so look for them off the marshes of Alligator Point. Search canals holding 5+ foot of water and grass vegetation. On…Details
Merry Christmas to all!!! Bass, Bass and more Bass. Simply pick up some Matrix Spinners and focus on the marsh canals off Lake P such as Salt Bayou and Irish Bayou for amazing bass action. Trout and Redfish action has been fair but the Bass is second to none right now.
If you read the previous tip of the week well its about the same. The Lake has been slow and we have been making boat runs of atleast 10 miles from DockSide to fill our coolers. The By-Pass Canal off the Chef is holding reds and the Trout action around the “Great Wall of Chalmette”…Details
With water temps steadily dropping and fish moving the deeper waters, focus your efforts in areas that are surrounded with water depths of 30 plus foot. These deeper water depths allow the fish to survive when hard freezes come through in the winter. They will move to the shallows on the warmer winter days to…Details