We are excited to announce that we will be teaming up with Yellow Dog to bring you the first annual Louisiana redfish school!!! Click the link below for more info… http://www.yellowdogflyfishing.com/blog/announcing-louisiana-redfish-school
I can’t complain about this summer’s Jack season. Although I had to deal with constant west winds and the floods in Baton Rouge pumping dirty water into my main Jack fishing area we had a very successful Jack season.
Although we have had constant west winds, which is our least favorite wind direction in Louisiana, the Jack fishing has been very solid. We have had some good pushing fish on the flats and lots of schooling action in open water. We boated a total of 35 jacks on fly in 12 days of fishing. […]
During the summer months we try to get an early start to beat the heat, fortunately summer is one of the best times to hunt pushing fish. Both Redfish and giant Jack Crevalle become very active at this time. Their mornings are spent cruising flats in search of bait. Although we start earlier with low […]
This has definitely been one of the best spring seasons I’ve seen in a while and it’s looking like the good fishing should continue into summer. The fish in the interior marsh have grouped up and a 20 + fish school has been a common occurrence. The temperature is the only problem with this time […]
It probably only happens a couple days a year but it happens… Light winds and blue bird skies… This makes for some incredible Louisiana fly fishing. The good weather makes areas fish able that otherwise would not be. Good weather mixed with anglers with the ability to get the job done is a recipe for […]
Starting in mid November and going through mid March is what I consider Sheepshead season. Not to say there are not sheepies here through the year it’s just easiest to fish for them during these times. This is due to the fact the water in the oyster ponds tend to get very clear during this […]
Although we have had a mild winter, we are still seeing a healthy amount of wintering redfish in the marsh.