January – February 2012

January is usually Southeast Louisiana’s peak big redfish season and these pictures are proof.  February was tough this year with less then desirable weather but we managed to get a few good ones.[nggallery id=7]

November thru December Pictures

These months are some of the best months to target big bull redfish in both Plaquemines Parish and St Bernard parish. The water has cooled enough to clear up both fisheries and the big redfish have already made their way to the shallow marsh flats.
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September through October Gallery

This is the transitional time when big redfish start to move from offshore waters onto the beaches then into the interior marsh for fall. You can not only find big redfish but also cruising sharks, Jacks, tripletail, and even Tarpon at times.
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July through August Gallery

This time of year is hot! Not just temperature hot but fishing hot. The interior marsh redfish settle into their summer patterns and you can find them tailing, backing and pushing almost everywhere.
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