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Key West

Well the weather was perfect, the tarpon were there, but we just couldn’t make it happen.  We did get this nice size bull shark to eat and also picked up a snook in the everglades on the way back.  So it wasn’t a complete failure.

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New Orleans Experience

With this trip option, you will not only be able to fish the remote Louisiana marshes, but you will also enjoy the food, culture, and nightlife in the New Orleans downtown area.
We will arrange a pick-up for you and your guests at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) or driving directions can be provided to the hotel.

Each night you will enjoy New Orleans’ world-renowned cuisine at one of our many fine-dining restaurants.

We will make hotel and restaurant reservations for you prior to your arrival. Here is a link to possible Hotel and Restaurant Options

In the morning following breakfast, we will provide transportation for you from your hotel to Southern Seaplane. From here, you will be flown out to the most remote areas of the Louisiana marshes where guides will be awaiting your arrival, ready to begin fishing immediately.
At the end of the day, guests have the option to fly back from the marshes to Southern Seaplane. However, we recommend fishing back to the marina in order to provide you with more area to fish.<

Transportation will be waiting to bring you back to your hotel from the marina or from Southern Seaplane.

The rate for this trip includes all transportation to and from the airport, marina and Southern Seaplane, hotel rate, Seaplane rate, guide fees, and lunch on the water (sandwiches, chips, drinks). Guests will be responsible for breakfast and dinner and any other miscellaneous costs not previously stated.

What to bring fishing

Biloxi Marsh Camping Trip


We can meet you at Penny’s Cafe in Violet, at Breton Sound Marina, or make other arrangements based on your convenience.

We will head out early in the morning and travel straight to the camping grounds to drop off our gear. After this, the fishing begins.

Camping in the remote Louisiana marshes will provide you with a unique view of our pristine wetlands and more opportunities to chase that trophy redfish!

After a successful day of fishing, your guides will set up camp and prepare dinner while you enjoy an amazing Louisiana sunset.

The following morning you will awake to hot coffee and a warm breakfast before beginning the next day’s adventure.

What to Bring Camping

750$ per person 4 max

Call (985)-264-7556

Half Day – $450

About 5-6 hours of on the water time. If you’re staying at a hotel in New Orleans, we can pick you up at the front door. If you are located elsewhere in or around the city, we can meet for breakfast at Penny’s in Violet, La.

We recommended half-day trips for Spring/Summer due to hot conditions and afternoon storms.

What to bring


Call 985-264-7556

Full Day – $575

About 7-8 hours of on the water time. Again, we can arrange to meet you for breakfast at Penny’s or pick you up in town.

We recommend full-day trips for Fall/Winter due to longer runs to the fishing grounds and cooler temperatures. Also in the fall and winter, the fish tend to be more active later in the day as the sun warms the flats.

What to bring


Call 985-264-7556