Rumbling With Rat Reds

Tis the season to target post front days. I like the cold low water bone chilling days this time of year. The water gets sucked out of the duck ponds making red fishing as easy as it gets. Shooting fish in a barrel becomes a true statement this time of year when water levels drop…

Bridge Season

November was pretty slow for a typical great month for the bridges but December looks like it is going to pick up the slack. This Christmas season is showing promise for the bridge bite. The trick to the bridges is to cover water. Put that trolling motor in the water and fish fast. It is…

The Best Month of the Year

October was a good one but look for November to be even better.  The trout should certainly get bigger.  All October all we did was chase down birds but look for the trout to settle in on structures during November such as the bridges and MRGO rocks.  Make sure to continue to look for birds…

August Heat Continues

Wow this has been the hottest summer I have ever seen. Water temps have been incredible along with relentless west winds. This has probably been the most difficult summer I have seen in years. Although this summer heat has been difficult, there is still some quality catches hitting the docks. On falling tides the LnN…

Fishing the Blazing Heat

Hot is an understatement to the summer so far. This had to be the hottest June on record. South Louisiana was plagued with brutally hot west winds making fishing very tough but do able. Me personally I targeted small bass in the man made canals on days where severe thunderstorms we forming and ran to…

Go Deep or Go Shallow

Deciding to go deep or shallow are your two options typically as we go into June.  What that means is the trout are going to start heading a little deeper looking for swifter currents and saltier water.  Typical trout depths we find them in June is 12-25’ of water and since they like swift current…