http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9gd5KdbfDg As we have been patiently waiting on our annual world series trout run big doormat flounder have kept us interested as the trout do not seem to know the world series has come and gone. The few trout that we have seen on the bridges this fall are very nice in the 2-5 lb class but the numbers have been way off. Some nice flounder catches have been common though and kept us focus of late. Trout seem to still be in the marshes and may move out to the bridge poles as temps drop more but unless they make game seven it looks like the world series run may be late this year. Redfishing has been nothing short of amazing so far this fall. All the marshes from seven lagoons all the way to Bayou Bievenue is chock full of redfish from 16-30″ catching 20-40 a day is very common right now and days following the fronts have been the real amazing trips. Look for the reds to stay on fire and the trout to pick up. For the reds the new “Spartacus” Vortex Shad has been hot and for trout the “Shrimp Creole” Matrix under a cork and the “Ultra Violet” on a 5/16 oz Golden Eye. For Flounder the “Green Horne”t and “Avocado” are a must and feel free to tip bait with a piece of dead shrimp. Fish west side of trestle from land to draw on north end. Good luck and I hope you saved all your sick days for november there is no better month. Until next time “Good Fishing” www.DockSideLA.com www.MatrixShad.com
Category: Tip of the WeekBy Chas Champagne
Author: Chas Champagnehttp://matrixshad.com
Capt. Chas Champagne is an avid angler, located in Slidell, LA. Capt. Chas owns and operates Dockside Bait & Tackle and also manufactures his own tackle producing the Matrix Shad fishing lure and the Golden Eye jig heads.